Bernard Herrmann - The Marvellous Film World Of Bernard Herrman Vol. 2 - A Hatful Of Rain - On Dangerous Ground - Hangover Square FLAC album
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Title: The Marvellous Film World Of Bernard Herrman Vol. 2 - A Hatful Of Rain - On Dangerous Ground - Hangover Square
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The Marvellous Film World of Bernard Herrmann, Volume 2 released: 1995. The Marvellous Film World of Bernard Herrmann released: 1995. Fahrenheit 451 released: 1995. Citizen Kane released: 1994. The Devil and Daniel Webster released: The Fantasy Film World Of Bernard Herrmann (National Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor Bernard Herrmann) released: Night Digger released: The View From Pompey's Head released
Concerto macabre after Bernard Herrmann: Hangover Square for piano and orchestra. Music From Citizen Kane: No. 27: Leland's Dismissal, No. 28: New Dawn Music, No. 29: Xanadu, No. 07:15. Music From Hangover Square: No. 1: The Dealer, No. 2: Murder and Fire, No. 3: Confession. 7: Galop, No. 8: Dissolve Thatcher Reading Document, No. 9: Second Ma. 07:20.
Bernard Herrmann was arguably the most innovative film composer of the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, even though he actually rejected the term "film composer," preferring to call himself a composer who sometimes wrote film scores. That was an apt description for a musician who, in addition to his film wor. .It was finally given its world premiere by the Portland Opera Company in November 1982. Also in 1951, CBS, bowing to the decline in radio listening with the rise of television, disbanded the CBS Symphony, putting him out of work. As a result, he moved to California and, after more than ten years of dabbling in film composing, finally turned to it as his main occupation. Herrmann's second film score for that year came with the drama A Hatful of Rain in the summer. He had three movies in release in 1958.
Your typical Bernard Herrmann score. Actually, this is the kind of musical atmosphere I was hearing in my mind while reading . cott Fitzgerald's novel on which this movie is based. Volume 1 concludes with "A Hatful of Rain". It is comparatively quite stark and brooding. Here is the flip side of "Benny" Herrmann: relentless, obsessive scoring. Of the forty-nine original feature film scores, eighteen, more than one-third of the total were written for films made at 20th Century-Fox. TENDER IS THE NIGHT", rich and expressive score with twenty tracks of "Pure Herrmann" compositions, featuring muted, unresolved pattern in the violins, first in the lowest register, repeating in an octave higher, then an octave even higher, strings build to a screeching crescendo, creating a very effective scene, which Herrmann nailed.
On Dangerous Ground is a 1951 film noir directed by Nicholas Ray and produced by John Houseman. The screenplay was written by A. I. Bezzerides based on the novel Mad with Much Heart, by Gerald Butler. The drama features Ida Lupino, Robert Ryan, Ward Bond, and others. Bitter, cynical police detective, Jim Wilson (Robert Ryan), is known for beating information out of suspects and witnesses. His violent tendencies are noticed by both his partners and the police chief.
Bernard Herrmann, Soundtrack: Taxi Driver. The man behind the low woodwinds that open Citizen Kane (1941), the shrieking violins of Psycho (1960), and the plaintive saxophone of Taxi Driver (1976) was one of the most original and distinctive composers ever to work in film. He started early, winning a composition prize at the age of 13 and founding his own orchestra at the age of 20. After.
The impish Bernard Herrmann stepped forward to create the bold scores featured in this anthology, which would push the boundaries of what film music might be., For The Day the Earth Stood Still, Herrmann essayed a brilliantly unconventional score which anticipated the explorations into the world of electronic sound by Stockhausen and Varese, and even the Beatles; a panorama of sound; a melange of harps and vibraphones, theramins, electronic violins, bass guitars and backwards tapes, offsetting a huge brass section, while for the deeply exotic Seventh Voyage of Sinbad .
Bernard Herrmann is a world renowned film composer, so if you're a music buff use this list to find the names of Bernard Herrmann soundtracks that you haven't heard before. The list you're viewing is made up of movies like Psycho and Taxi Driver. This Bernard Herrmann films list can help answer the question, "Which movies were scored by Bernard Herrmann?" 1. 5 Fingers Michael Rennie, Danielle Darrieux, Walter Hampden. 5 Fingers, known also as Five Fingers, is a 1952 American spy film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and produced by Otto Lang. The screenplay by Michael.
|A Hatful Of Rain (Giftiger Schnee)|
|1||Main Title/Mother/Lost In The Night||6:17|
|4||Coming Home/The Escape/Finale||5:22|
|Selections From On Dangerous Ground|
|5||On Dangerous Ground||1:29|
|6||On Dangerous Ground||2:17|
|7||On Dangerous Ground||2:42|
|8||On Dangerous Ground||2:22|
|9||On Dangerous Ground||1:51|
|10||On Dangerous Ground||2:03|
|11||On Dangerous Ground||1:48|
|12||On Dangerous Ground||2:30|
|13||On Dangerous Ground||5:10|
|Selections From Hangover Square|
- Remastered At – Misiak Mastering
- Conductor – Bernard Herrmann
NotesAll music composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann.
Tracks 5-13 and 14-18 are all untitled.
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