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Reel Music Halloween!
Monday, 10/31, 7 p.m.

HorrorGet set to enjoy a Reel Music Halloween “Fright Fest."  The subject is horror movies, one of the most popular genres in filmmaking, and one which has given us some truly remarkable scores. You’ll hear excerpts from classics such as Bride of Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Wolfman, as well as from landmark entries into the horror film canon such as Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist.  Film music scholar Neil Lerner is also on hand to talk about the avant-garde musical techniques that are commonplace in horror movie scores, as well as their roots in – of all things – the 19th century art song of Franz Schubert. Hosted by Frank Dominguez.

Get suggestions for film books and recordings at the Reel Music Fun Stuff page.

Monday, 7 p.m.
Program Schedule
October 31, 2011
Franz Waxman – Main Title, The Tower Explodes and Finale from The Bride of Frankenstein
The Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra, Kenneth Alwyn, conductor
“The Bride of Frankenstein”

Franz Waxman – Suite from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri, conductor
“Hollywood Nightmares”

Frank Skinner & Hans J. Salter – Universal Theme and Main Title from The Wolfman
Moscow Symphony Orchestra, William T. Stromberg, conductor
“The Monster Music of Hans J. Salter & Frank Skinner”

Hans J. Salter & Paul Dessau – Main Title from House of Frankenstein
Moscow Symphony Orchestra, William T. Stromberg, conductor
“House of Frankenstein”

Jerry Goldsmith – Ave Satani, Killer’s Storm and The Altar from The Omen
The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Lionel Newman, conductor
“The Omen”

Jerry Goldsmith – The Picture Album from The Haunting
Jerry Goldsmith, conductor
“The Haunting”

Jerry Goldsmith – Carrie Anne’s Theme and End Credits from Poltergeist
Jerry Goldsmith, conductor
“Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Poltergeist”

Krzysztof Komeda – Main Title from Rosemary’s Baby
Mia Farrow, vocal
“Rosemary’s Baby - Original Soundtrack Recording”

Mike Oldfield – Excerpt from Tubular Bells (used in The Exorcist)
Mike Oldfield
“Tubular Bells”

Wojciech Kilar – The Brides from Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Anton Coppola, conductor
“Bram Stoker’s Dracula Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”

Elliot Goldenthal – Lestat’s Recitative from Interview with the Vampire
“Original Motion Picture Sountrack – Interview with the Vampire”

Max Steiner – Overture from King Kong
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri, conductor
“Hollywood Nightmares”

Howard Shore – End Titles from The Fly
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Howard Shore, conductor 
“Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - The Fly

Roy Webb – Selections from Cat People and I Walked with a Zombie
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, William T. Stromberg, conductor
“Webb: Cat People – Classic Music for the Val Lewton Films”

Alan Silvestri – Main Title and Panic Attack from What Lies Beneath
What Lies Beneath - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” 

James Newton Howard – Run to the Church and De Profundis from The Sixth Sense
“Original Sountrack – The Sixth Sense

Howard Shore – Finale from The Silence of the Lambs
Munich Symphony Orchestra, Howard Shore, conductor
“The Original Motion Picture Score – The Silence of the Lambs

Bernard Herrmann – Psycho (A Narrative for Orchestra)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernard Herrmann, conductor
“The Great Hitchcock Movie Thrillers”


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