Thursday 8 Mar 2018, 7.30pmDe Montfort Hall, Leicester

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Carl Davis conductor

Steiner Gone with the Wind, Tara's Theme

Jarre Doctor Zhivago, Lara's Theme

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21, K467 (II. Andante), from Elvira Madigan

Davis Pride and Prejudice, Opening Title

Brahms Symphony No. 3 (III. Poco allegretto), from Goodbye Again

Davis Suite, Ethel & Ernest

Lai Love Story, Theme

Rota Romeo and Juliet

Bernstein Overture, West Side Story


Bart From Russia with Love

Barry You Only Live Twice

Hamlisch Nobody Does It Better, The Spy Who Loved Me

Hupfield As Time Goes By', Casablanca

Legrand I Will Wait For You', The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Hurwitz La La Land

Williams Princess Leia's Theme, Star Wars

Andersson & Ulvaeus The Winner Takes It All

Andersson & Ulvaeus Mamma Mia

Lennon-McCartney All You Need is Love', Yellow Submarine

Chaplin Smile', Modern Times

Max Steiner: Gone with the Wind

Maurice Jarre: Dr Zhivago

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Andante, Piano Concerto No. 21, K467 (from Elvira Madigan)

Carl Davis: Pride and Prejudice

Johannes Brahms: Poco allegretto, Symphony No. 3 (from Goodbye Again)

Carl Davis: Ethel & Ernest

Francis Lai: Love Story

Nino Rota: Romeo and Juliet

Leonard Bernstein: West Side Story


Lionel Bart: From Russia With Love

John Barry: You Only Live Twice

Marvin Hamlisch: The Spy Who Loved Me

Herman Hupfield: ‘As Time Goes By’, Casablanca

Michel Legrand: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Justin Hurwitz: La La Land

John Williams: Star Wars

Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus: Mamma Mia!

Conducted by Carl Davis, Philharmonia at the Movies returns with a concert of some of the most iconic film scores and unforgettable love songs from the greatest romantic films of all time. The themes of love, passion and romance shine through in the instantly recognisable yearning melody to 1970 film Love Story and the soaring notes that set the tone to Margaret Mitchell’s sweeping emotional epic Gone with the Wind, heard alongside soundtracks to Dr Zhivago, La La Land and the most tragic love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet.

This concert is part of the Philharmonia at the Movies series