The Devil and Daniel Webster Music

Danses Macabres: An American Halloween

Copland Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes Kubik Music for Dancing Gould Tap Dance Concerto Alex Dugdale, tap dancer Stern Spirits of the Dead (world première) Edmund Stone, speaker Herrmann The Devil and Daniel Webster  .

Herrmann in Britain

  Introduction New York born Bernard Herrmann had a long relationship with Britain, especially London, which he made his second home in 1961 and primary residence in 1964 after he seperated from his second wife Lucy Anderson.

The Classic Film Scores of Bernard Herrmann

When Bernard Herrmann died in the early hours of Christmas Eve 1975, he left behind a body of work that would go on to transcend the medium for which it was originally written.

Made in New Hampshire

Bernstein: Selections from West Side Story Bernstein: Meditation No. 1 from Mass Herrmann: The Devil and Daniel Webster Schwantner: Chasing Light Gershwin: Selections from Porgy & Bess.

John Williams & The Los Angeles Philharmonic

A Tribute to Bernard Herrmann Introduction by Martin Scorsese On Dangerous Ground The Inquirer from Citizen Kane Ballad of Springfield Mountain from The Devil and Daniel Webster Gallop the Whip (from Currier and Ives Suite) Scene d'Amour from Vertigo Psycho Medley (with film.

John Williams with the New York Philharmonic

Death Hunt, from On Dangerous Ground (1950) EARLY YEARS IN HOLLYWOOD The Inquirer, from Citizen Kane (1940) Ballad of Springfield Mountain, from The Devil and Daniel Webster (1940) Gallop.

John Williams and the New York Philharmonic

April 24, 2006, was the first performance of The New York Philharmonic under the direction of John Williams in a program of selections from the conductor's and Bernard Herrmann's film scores. The Herrmann selections, hosted by Martin Scorsese, were played in the first half of the program, and the rest of the program was devoted to music by John Williams.

The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941)

The Devil and Daniel Webster ($39.95) Jabez Stone is a hard-working farmer trying to make an honest living, but a streak of bad luck tempts him to do the unthinkable: bargain with the Devil himself. For seven years of good fortune, Stone promises Mr. Scratch his soul when the contract ends.