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🎼 Paul Mercer - The Hands Of Orlac (1924) Album
Ambient, Neo-Classical, Soundtrack
  • Performer:
    Paul Mercer
  • Title:
    The Hands Of Orlac (1924)
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Ambient, Neo-Classical, Soundtrack
  • Release date:
    16 Apr 2013
  • Size FLAC version
    1644 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1823 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1969 mb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    662
  • Record from:
    12 × File, MP3, 320 kbps

Tracklist

1The Hands Of Orlac 44:36
2The Hands Of Orlac 19:37
3The Hands Of Orlac 124:44
4The Hands Of Orlac 61:59
5The Hands Of Orlac 314:17
6The Hands Of Orlac 84:58
7The Hands Of Orlac 74:02
8The Hands Of Orlac 104:41
9The Hands Of Orlac 112:43
10The Hands Of Orlac 52:08
11The Hands Of Orlac 94:33
12The Hands Of Orlac 210:07

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
nonePaul Mercer The Hands Of Orlac ‎(12xFile, FLAC)Not On Label (Paul Mercer Self-released)none2013

Credits

  • Composed ByPaul Mercer
  • Engineer, ProducerBruce Bennett
  • Percussion, Piano [Additional]Bruce Bennett
  • Violin, Viola, PianoPaul Mercer

Companies

  • Engineered At – Bruce Bennett Studio
  • Produced At – Bruce Bennett Studio

Album

The Hands of Orlac German: Orlacs Hände is a 1924 Austrian silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Conrad Veidt, Alexandra Sorina and Fritz Kortner. The film was also released as Die Unheimlichen Hande des Doktor Orlac. The film's plot is based on the book Les Mains d'Orlac 1920 written by Maurice Renard. Wiene had made his name as a director of Expressionist films such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1920, and in The Hands of Orlac combined expressionist motifs with more. The Hands of Orlac - P. Emerson Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Hands of Orlac 1. Paul Mercer. The Hands of Orlac. CD Baby CD Baby Sync Publishing. Hands of Orlac 2. The story: his hands are all-important to concert pianist Paul Orlac, and they are damaged beyond repair in a terrible train crash. His surgeon is able to transplant new hands from a freshly executed killer. Orlac's over-active imagination and a malevolent predator plunge him into madness and despair. Then comes the startling conclusion. Play album. Get album. Paul was formerly in the group, The Changelings and has since moved on to other great works. He plays ancient violins and violinas even from XVII century He is well known around Atlanta and is worshiped by many fans. Paul played live with Faith & The Muse's most recent tour. This is Paul Mercer's original soundtrack to the 1924 silent film The Hands of Orlac. It was composed and performed by Mercer himself on a variety of instruments. The soundtrack conveys the expressionist atmosphere, creating a brooding and spooky soundscape perfect for long nights filled with shadows. released April 16, 2013. Music composed by Paul Mercer. Violin, Viola, Piano- Paul Mercer Percussion, Additional Piano- Bruce Bennett. Engineered and Produced by Bruce Bennett at Bruce Bennett Studio. When a murderer's hands are transplanted onto him, he has an overwhelming urge to kill. Like his more famous The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Robert Wiene's The Hands of Orlac is ponderous but indelible. February 18, 2008 Full Review Fernando F. Slant Magazine. Oct 28, 2009. It's that often told story of a musician who loses his hands and gets a new set transplanted from a murderer. Paul Orlac. as Veidt. Alexandra Sorina. Yvonne Orlac. as Sorina. Fritz Strassny. Der alle Orlac. as Strassny. Paul Askonas. Der Diener. At least that version had some pace, some sense of cinematic flow and was not subjected to the wild silent screen acting that all but consumes THE HANDS OF ORLAC. Even a great actor like CONRAD VEIDT cannot save this one from looking absurd much of the time. The players all suffer from silent screen direction which means they hold their frantic poses for long stretches of time while the camera focuses only on them. Even the train wreck scene suffers from lengthy excesses before the camera even gets to the victim. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise by Robert Wiene. The Hands of Orlac 1924. Not rated. 92 MIN. Orlac is a world famous pianist. One day he is badly hurt in a big train wreck. He is in danger of losing his both hands so his wife begs the doctors to save them. They eventually manage to transplant his hands with those of another deceased person. After his recovery Orlac discovers that there is something seriously wrong with his new pair of hands-it is as if they had a will of their own. But Orlac doesn't know that they actually belonged to a dangerous murderer