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The Twilight Zone (The Complete Scores of Bernard Herrmann)

Bernard Herrmann

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How could Bernard Herrman do so much with so little?

For those of us who remember the original works, these unforgettable tunes keep knawing at the edges of our memories. Similar works include "The Day the Earth Stood Still", "Cape Fear", and "Farenheit 451". The really interesting question is how Bernard Herrmann was able to create this unforgettable music using such a smalll orchestra (13-20 musicians). Obviously his singular abilities allowed him to create these memorable sequences using limited counterpoints and orchestrations. Could anyone else do so much with so little? I think not.

tonight, he will enter a place called the twilight zone!

The twilight zone is terrifying, it gives me nightmares, and that's why I love it! The music is pleasantly wierd and chilling, yet very full and complete. The only thing I don't like is that there are sooo many songs on the album. It gets a little boring after a while. But the Twilight Zone really is one of the best and most haunting shows ever created. So all in all, if you've got a ton of room on your iPod, some money to spend, and an obbsession with the Twilight Zone, get this album!!!!! Oh, and... Happy Halloween! Muahahahahaha!!!

really good

awsome show with awosome music. This is good!


Born: June 29, 1911 in New York, NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

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 work, also composed works in a variety of other forms including opera, symphony, musical comedy, and concert music, as well as writing extensively for radio and television, while maintaining a concurrent conducting...
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