Song: Coney Island Fun – from “Sophie’s Choice” (Film, 1982) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch
FILM: SOPHIE’S CHOICE (1982) – Musical Score by Marvin Hamlisch. Song: “Coney Island Fun”
“Alan J. Pakula made a powerful, tender, exquisitely crafted film, with excellent performances by Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Peter McNichol, and emotional score. This is a great scene, but the entire film is poetry.” – Vena B.
Original Soundtrack Recording of “Sophie’s Choice” produced by John Steven Lasher for Southern Cross Records in 1982. Marvin Hamlisch received an Oscar nomination for his elegiac score. – Source: Fifth Continent ( Fifth Continent Music Classics publishes and uploads music composed by John Steven Lasher as well as selected recordings of motion picture scores produced by him. Interested subscribers may purchase certain recordings on iTunes or Amazon. Inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sophie’s Choice is a 1982 film based on the novel by American author William Styron. The novel was published in 1979. It concerns a young American Southerner, an aspiring writer, who befriends the Jewish Nathan Landau and his beautiful lover Sophie, a Polish survivor of the German Nazi concentration camps. The plot ultimately centers around a tragic decision which Sophie was forced to make upon entering the concentration camp..Read more…