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The Sound of Hitchcock

Matthew Sweet with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Timothy Brock, present concert performances of classic scores from the films of Alfred Hitchcock, including "Rebecca", "North By Northwest", "Dial M for Murder", "Vertigo", Psycho" and "Spellbound".

1 hour

Last on

Sat 15 Aug 2015 14:00

Music Played

  • Bernard Herrmann

    The Man Who Knew Too Much - Music For The Film

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Charles‐François Gounod

    Funeral March Of A Marionette In D Minor

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Franz Waxman

    Rebecca - Music For The Film [1940]

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Dimitri Tiomkin

    Dial M For Murder - Music For The Film

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Bernard Herrmann

    Vertigo - Suite From The Film Music

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Bernard Herrmann

    North By Northwest - Music For The Film

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Bernard Herrmann

    Psycho - Suite From The Film Music

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.
  • Miklós Rózsa

    Spellbound - Music For The Film

    Orchestra: BBC Scottish S O. Conductor: Timothy Brock.

Alfred Hitchcock: Murder, mayhem...and music

As a successful director, Alfred Hitchcock got the pick of Hollywood's finest composers. And, as MATTHEW SWEET shows, knew exactly what he wanted from them. Unsurprisingly, their creations have become some of the most famous - and well-loved - scores ever recorded. In a special concert the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Timothy Brock, brings them thrillingly to life.

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