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Bernard HerrmannBattle Of Neretva (Southern Cross) ... LP
Entracte/Southern Cross, 1970/1975. Sealed ... $1.99
A dramatic score by Herrmann – written for this 1970 film about a key battle in WWII. Herrmann directs the London Philharmonic, and the whole thing's very action-packed – less edgey than some of Bernard's more famous scores, but strongly voiced nonetheless. Titles include "Prelude", "The Retreat", "Chetnik's March", "Separation", "Farewell", "Death Of Danica", and "Turning Point". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small cutout hole.)

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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannFilm Music Of Bernard Herrmann – Twisted Nerve/Bride Wore Black/Hangover Square ... LP
Cinema, Late 60s. Near Mint- ... $19.99
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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannFantasy Film World Of Bernard Herrmann (Original Master Recording) ... LP
Mobile Fidelity/London, 1974. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannPsycho ... LP
Doxy (Italy), 1960. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most famous pieces of music ever composed by legendary soundtrack artist Bernard Herrmann – well-known for its classic use of sharp string passages to evoke the knife-stabbing scene in the shower! This version of the score is divided up into separate passages, which each circle around specific scenes – extremely evocative, even away from the chilling images on the screen! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannWrong Man ... LP
Doxy, 1956. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An overlooked 50s soundtrack from the legendary Bernard Herrmann – one of his lesser-remembered collaborations with director Alfred Hitchcock – but one that's every bit as wonderful as his more famous scores! The songs here are relatively short, but extremely evocative – these powerful scene-setters that really get at the spirit of the film's dark narrative of mistaken identity – often brooding with an acoustic bassline that has this slow, plodding quality that's quite different than usual for Herrmann. Other passages sparkle with a few jazzy touches – again a bit different, almost Elmer Bernstein in feel – and together, the music works to create a picture that's almost as vivid as the images on the screen! Titles include "Hitchcock", "The Car", "The Store", "Fingerprints", "Alibi", "The Mirror", and "Stork Club". LP, Vinyl record album
(Pressed on 140 gram virgin vinyl!)

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✨✧ Bernard Herrmann & The London Festival Recording EFour Faces Of Jazz (Original Master Recording) ... LP
Mobile Fidelity/London, 1973. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannTaxi Driver – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Arista, 1976. Used ... Out Of Stock
Herrmann's original score to the film is pretty compelling – almost in the mode of some of his work for Hitchcock – and it's conducted here by Herrmann himself and by Dave Blume. The album's got 2 especially noteworthy tracks – "Diary Of A Taxi Driver", which features a cool monologue by Robert DeNiro, and "Theme From Taxi Driver", which features alto sax work by Tom Scott. Other titles include "Betsy In A White Dress", "Sport & Iris", "The .44 Magnum Is A Monster", and "God's Lonely Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Nice 180 gram pressing – on Simply Vinyl!)

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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannBeneath The 12 Mile Reef ... CD
Kritzerland, 1953. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really cool soundtrack from the great Bernard Herrmann – every bit as watery as you might guess from the title! The tracks are short, but have this beautifully vivid feel – strings used in this way that's kind of pre-electric, but which almost has this electronic feel overall – given the use of color and tone. Other moments are more conventional, but equally captivating – and there's these dark currents that run through the music that are pure Herrmann all the way through. 30 tracks in all – including "The Undersea Forest", "The Marker", "The Harbor", "The Reef", "Escape", "Sorrow", and "The Octopus". CD
(Limited edition of 1000!)
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✨✧ Antoine DuhamelMississippi Mermaid (La Sirene Du Mississippi) ... CD
Music Box (France), 1969. New Copy ... $22.99
A gem of a score from Antoine Duhamel – a French film composer who never got as big of acclaim on this side of the Atlantic, but who really shines at his best with work like this! The score is dramatic, but in a very particular way – with a style that often uses gliding woodwinds alongside plucked and percolated strings – so that there's this bumping, flowing sense of melody in the music – but with a tenseness that comes from the inherent rhythm – a bit in the way that Bernard Herrmann could create with some of his best 50s scores for Hitchcock. Yet Duhamel also brings some individual flavors to the mix, too – a tonal sensibility that really makes the whole thing special, and creates unusual moments from familiar instrumentation. Titles include "Le Port", "Refuge Et Meurtre Dans La Maison De Provence", "Louis Mahe Attend La Fiancee Inconnue", "Qui Est Reellement Julie", and "Querelle Et Angoisse". CD
(Limited edition of 500!)

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