Lee Holdridge
Intrada Signature Edition ISE1023
I Have Never Forgotten You
The Life & Legacy Of Simon Wiesenthal

(2007, Limited edition of 1000 copies)
Filmharmonic Orchestra of Prague
Lee Holdridge, cond.
World premiere of original soundtrack to Richard Trank documentary feature chronicling "driving force" behind famed Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal. Lee Holdridge places gentle love theme for Wiesenthal & his beloved wife Cyla at heart of incredibly moving score, then creates sobering, powerful ideas for famous names & exploits: German invasion of Poland, the Holocaust, Anne Frank, capture of Eichmann, Mengele, other dramatic episodes. Lengthy cues allow substantial musical development. Holdridge scores for large orchestra but often spotlights rich, sobering strings against haunting solo woodwinds. Complete score is showcase for some of composer's all-time finest work!
01 Main Title (01:27)
02 A Survivor (06:10)
03 The List (03:12)
04 Sugar Cube (02:23)
05 Simon and Cyla (02:14)
06 Germany Attacks Poland (06:17)
07 Sketches (01:59)
08 Paulinka is Born (01:05)
09 Pursuing Eichmann (07:13)
10 Vienna (04:29)
11 Anne Frank and So Many (10:59)
12 M-Box (01:31)
13 False Accusations (04:22)
14 Their War Never Ended (03:38)
15 Mengele (06:39)
16 Simon’s Legacy (04:55)
17 End Credits “Mayn Shtetele Belz” (02:24) (Traditional Polish-Jewish Song, Arranged by Lee Holdridge)
Directed by Richard Trank
Writing credits : Marvin Hier, Richard Tank
Produced by Marvin Hier, Inbal B. Lessner, Carey Ann Strelecki, Richard Trank
Original Music by Lee Holdridge
Cinematography by Jeff Victor
Film Editing by Inbal B. Lessner
Cast (in alphabetical order)
Frederick Forsyth : Himself
Marvin Hier : Himself
Nicole Kidman : Narrator
Ben Kingsley : Himself
Simon Wiesenthal : Himself (archive footage)
Bill Clinton : Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Robert F. Kennedy : Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ronald Reagan : Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Sinatra : Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Elizabeth Taylor : Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)