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I have reformatted, and in the process cut down a huge list of recordings Sax was involved in. In order that it not be lost, i'll paste it here, so should someone feel i have missed something important it is easy to find.
Victor Silvester 1938, including on the recoriding Slow Slow Quick Quick Slow. Is This What I Get for Loving You? Marianne Faithfull 1967 The movie The Boys from Brazil, 1978, music by Jerry Goldsmith and recorded by the National Philharmonic Orchestra at Anvil Studios, Denham, England. A day in the life The Beatles, Lennon-McCartney, 1967, released as Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Yesterday The Beatles, 1965. String Quartet comprised Sidney Sax and Tony Gilbert (violins), Kenneth Essex (viola), and Francisco Gabarro (cello). All you need is love The Beatles, 1967. Violinists on the recording session were Sidney Sax (leader), Patrick Halling, Eric Bowie, Jack Holmes. Eleanor Rigby The Beatles 1966. Sting backing musicians were Tony Gilbert, Sidney Sax, John Sharpe, Jurgen Hess (violin), Stephen Shingles, John Underwood (viola), Derek Simpson, Norman Jones (cello) Help The Beatles, 1965 I am the Walrus The beatles, 1967 The Sea Hawk, re-recording of the soundtrack by Erich Korngold to the movie. The National Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Charles Gerhardt. The Pink Panther Strikes Again, the movie, 1973 Paper Tiger, the movie 1975 Grizzly, the movie 1976 Obesession, the movie 1976 Pony Express Rider, the movie 1976 Jesus of Nazareth, the movie ] March or Die, the movie 1977 Valentino, the movie 1977 Capricorn One, the movie, music scor by Jerry Goldsmith 1978 Where's Willy?, the movie 1978 Die Blechtrommel, aka The Tin Drum, the movie 1979 The Elephant Man, the movie 1980 Night Crossing, the movie 1981 Dragonslayer, the movie, ] The Dead Zone, the movie 1983. Music composed and conducted by Michael Kamen, performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra, recorded at EMI Abbey Road Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road, London. Supergirl, the movie 1984 Night Shadows, the movie 1984 The Falcon and the Snowman, the movie 1985 Legend, the movie 1985 Santa Claus, the movie, score by Henry Mancini 1985 Brazil, the movie, 1985. Recorded by the National Philharmonic Orchestra with Sid Sax playing the violin solos. Highlander, the movie, 1986 Mona Lisa, the movie 1986 Sky Bandits, the movie, 1986 Licence to Kill, the movie 1989 Total Recall, the movie 1989 Tom and Jerry: The Movie, 1992 Benny Hill, the 1992 CD recording "The Best of Benny Hill" Powder, the movie, score by Alexander Courage 1995 The Ghost and the Darkness, the movie, 1996 Fierce Creatures, the movie, soundtrack score by Jerry Goldsmith 1997 Crossed Swords, the David Lean movie with a soundtrack by Maurice Jarre. Pee Wee's Big Adventure, the movie, score composed by Danny Elfman 1998 Sidney Sax also contributed to light music broadcasts for the BBC with an ensemble named 'Sidney Sax and the Harlequins' Sidney Sax also contracted by Roy Budd for his orchestra to record several (unidentified at this stage) films with music scores by Roy Budd.
Cheers, Lindsay 14:26, 27 November 2009 (UTC)