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Bernard HerrmannBeneath The 12 Mile Reef ... CD
Kritzerland, 1953. New Copy ... $19.99
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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Bernard HerrmannMusic From Great Film Classics (UK pressing) ... LP
Phase 4/Decca (UK), Late 60s. Very Good+ ... $3.99
Features music from Citizen Kane, Snows Of Kilimanjaro, Jane Eyre, and Devil & Daniel Webster – all conducted by Bernard Herrmann! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannMysterious Film World Of Bernard Herrmann ... LP
Phase 4/London, 1975. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannObsession ... LP
London/Phase 4, 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Herrmann's back in fine form on this mid 70s score for a Brian DePalma thriller – lots of swirling orchestral themes, handled here with a good degree of space, which makes the stronger musical statements really pack a punch! Titles include "Court's Confession", "The Church", "Airport", "Struggle", "The Tomb", "The Ferry", and "The Tape". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Bernard HerrmannMusic From The Great Movie Thrillers ... LP
Phase 4/London, 1969. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
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(Promo. Cover has a promo sticker.)
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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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VariousKill Bill Vol 1 – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Maverick, 2003. New Copy (reissue)... On December 4, 2015
The soundtracks to Tarantino films have yet to go wrong – especially when it comes to the mad mad mix of wild, pulpy pop obscurities and 60s/70s soundtrack bites! Kill Bill features tunes by as wide of a variety of performers as Nancy Sinatra, Luis Bacalov, Isaac Hayes, Bernard Herrmann, "Master Of The Pan Flute" Zamfir, tongue-in-cheek Japanese mod rockers The 5,6,7,8's and. . .of course, the one and only RZA. As with the soundtracks to Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, Tarantino has done a terrific job of assembling wildly disparate types of music that still manage to work very well together in a single set, and it's generally held together by the mood established by RZA's ability to meld funky soul beats with Asian strings and sound bites. Includes Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazlewood's "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", "That Certain Female" by Charlie Feathers, "Twisted Nerve" by Bernard Herrmann, "Run Fay Run" by Isaac Hayes, "Greet Hornet" by Al Hirt, "The Flower Of Carnage" by Meiko Kaji, "Ode To Oren Ishii" and more by RZA, "Woo Hoo" by The 5,6,7,8's and more! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousMusic From The Films Of Orson Welles Vol 1 ... CD
El (UK), 1940s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A collection of work from soundtracks to Orson Welles films of the 40s – some from rare studio recordings, others from even rarer live performance! The first segment of work on the set is especially nice – and features the suite "Wells Raises Kane" – comprised of music from The Magnificent Andersons and Citizen Kane, played by the CBS Radio Orchestra conducted by Bernard Herrmann! Next up are 5 more titles by Herrmann – sweeter tunes from the soundtrack to Jane Eyre – followed by Anita Ellis' great dubbing of "Please Don't Kiss Me", used for Rita Hayworth's performance in The Lady From Shanghai. Remaining themes include "Macbeth" by Jacques Ibert, "Mr Arkadin/Confidential Report" by Paul Misraki, and 3 selections from "The Third Man" performed by zitherist Anton Karas – not really Welles-directed material, but still essential, given his role in the film! CD

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