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The City - Bernard Herrmann - ;Psycho; - Complete Film Music (Cassette, Album)


  1. Zulukasa says:23 rows · Nov 15,  · Bernard Herrmann, National Philharmonic Orchestra - Psycho (Complete /5().
  2. Gronos says:Psycho, an Album by Bernard Herrmann. Released in on Unicorn-Kanchana (catalog no. RHS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Film Score, Cinematic Classical, Modern Classical. Featured peformers: Bernard Herrmann (composer, conductor), National Philharmonic Orchestra (orchestra), Christopher Palmer (producer), Bob Auger (recording engineer), Philip Warr (cover design).
  3. Babar says:out of 5 stars This is the REAL original soundtrack of Bernard Herrmann's score of the film, not a re-recording! Reviewed in the United States on September 14, This review is for the gram LP.4/5(37).
  4. Brakinos says:London , with 8 page booklet of notes in English. Bernard Herrmann conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra in music from film scores he composed for Alfred Hitchcock. 5 tracks: 1. Psycho (A narrative for Orchestra) 2. Marnie 3. North by Northwest 4. /5(14).
  5. Grotaur says:Bernard Herrmann: Film Scores Citizen Kane: The Essential Bernard Herrmann Film Music Collection KANE and DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER (a fascinating score for a very fey film) are given brief due, then a complete minute performance of Arthur Benjamin's gloriously kitschy (Elgarian pipe organ and unhesitant cymbalist included) "Storm /5(13).
  6. Meztilkis says:Bernard Herrmann () was an American composer and conductor, widely recognized for his film scores. His music for Psycho () has remained a paragon of suspense-film sound tracks. Herrmann was born into a family of Russian immigrants.
  7. Samukazahn says:Bernard Herrmann was an American composer who composed the music for Psycho, among several films directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
  8. Dujind says:Psycho, film score by American composer Bernard Herrmann for the film of the same name, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Although Herrmann wrote many acclaimed film scores over his long career, none is as recognizable as the score he wrote for Hitchcock’s thriller; the shrieking string theme that.
  9. Gur says:Herrmann changed the idea of the film score from "incidental music" to one employing bare melody-like gestures (motifs, patterns, "cells") in pure theme-and-variations form. His music for Hitchcock's classic thriller, conducted by the composer on this CD, is a perfect example of that technique. Herrmann chose a string orchestra to make "black-and-white music" in a total of 39 "cues."6/

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