Carl Davis - Last Train to Tomorrow
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Label: Carl Davis Collection
Cat No: CDC025
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 29th September 2014
ArtistsChildren’s Opera Prague
Czech National Symphony Orchestra
Last Train to Tomorrow tells the story, in words and music, of the 10,000 children from Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia who were put on the Kindertransport rescue trains to Liverpool Street station, London and made it to safety.
It tells the story from their perspective, mostly in their voices, mixing past and present as they struggle to make sense of what has happened and is happening, leaving their families to face the accumulating Nazi atrocities while they journey towards the unknown, alive.
Last Train to Tomorrow
Composed and Conducted by Carl Davis
Written by Hiawyn Oram
2. Before This
3. Night of Breaking Glass
4. Train Rumours
5. A Big Adventure
6. The Journey Begins
7. A Ring in the Heel of a Shoe
8. Goodbye to our Treasures
9. Sudden Love and Kindness
10. Sun Rising on Another World
11. English Trains
12. Finale and Reprise: Sun Rising on Another World
Liberation: A Film Suite
13. i. Overlord
14. ii. Annihilation
15. iii. German Aggression
16. iv. Massacre of Children
17. v. Gathering Forces
18. vi. The Death Camps
19. vii. Free at Last: Liberation
20. La Marseillaise
21. Rule Britannia
Total Time: 76.18
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