| ||Miklós Rózsa interviews|
Throughout the course of his career Miklós Rózsa gave many interviews. Although a number are repetitive regarding content and some are archival in sound quality, they are, none the less, important enough to preserve for their historical value. Some sources are from private recordings and others from programmes recorded in the past for radio or television.
First, this presentation by Miklós Rozsa of a radio program for USA war veterans on behalf of the Veterans association is probably the earliest recording of Rózsa's voice available to date. The rare transcription disc from around 1954 from which this file originates was made available to the Miklós Rózsa society through the generosity of Jos and Jan Graumans from the Netherlands. All the music cues in this program are now available on modern digital recordings.
This 1970s filmed interview appears on youtube
Part 1. interviewed by Andre Previn. Part 2. Miklós Rózsa conducts Ben-Hur
Unknown source or time frame
Miklós Rózsa discusses his double life
The following interviews courtesy of Alan Hamer
1950s articles by Rózsa as they appear in the publication of the National Film Music Council