BBC Concert Orchestra Orchestra/Ensemble


Vertigo live to film  .

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.

London on Film

Bernard Herrmann: Hangover Square John Barry: The Ipcress File Howard Shore: Eastern Promises Alexandre Desplat: The King's Speech Pete Townshend: Quadrophenia Burt Bacharach: Alfie Hans Zimmer: Sherlock Holmes  .

Prom 38: Film Music Prom

Herrmann: The Man Who Knew Too Much Herrmann: Citizen Kane Herrmann: North by Northwest Herrmann: Psycho Morricone: Cinema Paradiso - theme Walton: Henry V - suite (arr. Muir Mathieson) Williams: Star Wars Williams: Schindler's List Williams: Harry Potter (14 mins) Greenwood.


Andre Jolivet: Suite Delphique Jonny Greenwood: Smear Bernard Herrmann: The Day the Earth Stood Still Will Gregory: Journey into the Sky Otto Luening: Poem in Cycles and Bells Miklos Rozsa: Spellbound Kraftwerk.

Nightmare Romance – Bernard Herrmann & Alfred Hitchcock

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Nightmare Romance – Bernard Herrmann & Alfred Hitchcock

A very unusual Herrmann event at the Barbican in London on March 17 2006. And here's a very short report. The Music (performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra unless indicated).

BBC Proms 2001: The Great Escape: Hollywood’s Golden Age

Bernstein | Hollywood and the Stars (3 mins) Rózsa | Overture and 'Parade of the Chariots' from Ben-Hur (11 mins) Korngold | 'Old England' and 'Robin Hood and his Merry Men' from Robin Hood (7 mins) Steiner | 'Tara's Theme' from Gone with the Wind (4 mins) Tiomkin | 'Red River', 'Duel in the S.

BBC Encounters – A Concert Report from London

On October 24 2000 the BBC Concert Orchestra gave a concert showcasing the talents of one of the great saxophonists of our time, John Harle. This was the first of a series of concerts running under the title "Revelations".


Hall: Queen Elizabeth Hall The first concert of a new series by the BBC Concert Orchestra called REVELATIONS. John Harle on Saxophone. Reduced rates for Bernard Herrmann Society members! (contact , +44 (0)20 7765 0646). Program.