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Bernard Herrmann Film Scores

Elmer Bernstein, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Recorded at St. Mary's Church, Petersham, London, December, 1992
Released 1993 by Milan (more); Liner notes by Steven C. Smith and Elmer Bernstein


Album cover cues

(F) Citizen Kane (1941) - suite [11:01]
  1. Prelude (2:42)
  2. The Inquirer (Polka) (2:44)
  3. Finale (3:02)
  4. End Cast (arr. Conrad Salinger) (2:25)

(F) All That Money Can Buy (1941) (The Devil and Daniel Webster)
  1. The Devil's Concerto (1:39)

(F) The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
  1. Cantata - The Storm Clouds (Arthur Benjamin, arr. Bernard Herrmann) (9:15)

(F) Psycho (1960) - suite [6:32]
  1. Prelude (3:28)
  2. The Murder (1:02)
  3. Finale (1:56)

(F) The Wrong Man (1956)
  1. Prelude (2:05)

(F) Vertigo (1958)
  1. Scene d'Amour (6:41)

(F) North by Northwest (1959)
  1. Prelude (3:02)

(F) The Bride Wore Black (1967) - a musical scenario (arr. Christopher Palmer)
  1. Prelude/Femme Fatale/The Accident/Love and Death/Funeral/Finale (11:27)

(F) Fahrenheit 451 (1966)
  1. Finale (The Book People) (4:34)

(F) Taxi Driver (1975) - a night piece for orchestra (arr. Christopher Palmer)
  1. Prelude/Blues/Night Prowl/Bloodbath/Finale (8:32)

Bernard Herrmann on Film Music
  1. Interview recorded early 1970s (4:42)


releases
[Rec. all]
CD
CD: Bernard Herrmann Film Scores (1993)
Milan/BMG 73138 35643-2 (USA; DDD; Stereo)

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[Rec. all]
CD
CD: Bernard Herrmann Film Scores (1993)
Milan/BMG 74321 14081-2 (Europe; DDD; Stereo)

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[Rec. all] MC: Bernard Herrmann Film Scores (1993)
Milan/BMG 74321 14081-4 (France; Stereo)

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