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Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1992)

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North by Northwest
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Composed by Bernard Herrmann
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One the best filmmusic composers of all time or just simply the best?

What can you say about the man whose first score is Citizen Kane and his last Taxi Driver? One the best filmmusic composers of all time or just simply the best? This is also an excellent documentary about the scores he made inbetween. Amongst them Psycho, Vertigo, Fahrenheit 451, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, All that money can buy, The Day The Earth Stood Still and many others. Interviews with people who worked with him, other filmmusic composers and film directors who admired him. This is a must see for people who love dramatic filmmusic at its best and the way he conceived it.


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