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Published on Apr 24, 2012
A performance of Korngold's rarely heard masterpiece, Tomorrow, Op. 33, by Bonnie Snell Schindler, mezzo-soprano with the AISOI Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Jeffrey Schindler, conductor. Originally written as the centerpiece of the 1943 film "The Constant Nymph" starring Charles Boyer and Joan Fontaine, it is the only music that the composer extracted in its entirety from a film score and awarded an opus number in the canon of his concert works.