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The End of St. Petersburg + Live Accompaniment from HarmonieBand

The End of St. Petersburg was planned to grace the 10th anniversary of the Revolution. The director’s plans were ambitious: Pudovkin wanted it to cover the two centuries of the city’s history. In the end, the film is a boots level narrative about a naïve youth who is forced to seek work in the city.

 

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HarmonieBand have an international reputation for presenting specially composed scores for silent films. Paul Robinson’s score for this silent classic was presented in September in Eindhoven’s Plaza Futura and the Amsterdam ‘Eye’.

Adam Robinson: Viola
Dai Pritchard: Clarinet/Saxophone
Paul Robinson: Keyboards/Accordion