Alfred Hitchcock People

An Interview with Bernard Herrmann

In a Hollywood studio where Bernard Herrmann had been supervising the recording of his score for Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver , it had been suggested that the session be finished the following day. Herrmann insisted, however, that it be completed.

New Hitchcock Scores… ‘following on from Herrmann’

Rarely seen, silent Alfred Hitchcock films are to have new orchestral scores composed for them as part of screenings for the London 2012 Festival:

BBC: Composers to create Alfred Hitchcock silent film scores

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Volume 1

Contains music from the Alfred Hitchcock Hour Episodes  A Home Away From Home You'll Be the Death of Me Nothing Ever Happens in Linvale Behind the Locked Door Body in the Barn Change of Address Water's Edge The McGregor Affair.

Herrmann and Hitchcock – The Torn Curtain

Hitchcock, in his American period, had often remarkable success with his choice of musical collaborators, notably with Miklos Rozsa, Franz Waxman and, in particular, with Dimitri Tiomkin, who seemed able to echo the sense of urgency and nervous agitation associated with Hitchcockian dilemmas.