- The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962) [TV Series]
|Disc 1: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Volume 3|
|1.||MAIN TITLE (Composed by Charles gounod, Arranged and Conducted by Bernard Herrmann): "Funeral March of a Marionette"||0:24|
|2.||WHO NEEDS AN ENEMY? (Composed and Conducted by Lyn Murray): Suite 1 - Chapter Title / Scene One / Danielle / Steering Post / Poco Mort||3:48|
|3.||Suite 2 - Act II Opening / Laundry Bag / Inner Sanctum / Dummy #1 / Dummy #2 / Danielle Revisited / Blink||5:08|
|4.||Suite 3 - Act III Opening / Eulogy / Lawyer / Parnter||1:09|
|5.||Suite 4 - Morris Bond / Mon Dragon / Bad Bourbon / End Title||4:24|
|6.||LONELY PLACE (Composed and Conducted by Lyn Murray): Suite 1 - A Lonely Place / Squirrel / Untitled / Tarnished Love / Cracker / Dirt Road||6:01|
|7.||Suite 2 - Black Hills / Gamboling Man / Georgia Knife / End Title||4:49|
|8.||TRIUMPH (Composed and Conducted by Lyn Murray): Suite 1 - Songkhla / Taratao / Redang / Khota Baru / They Lied||3:12|
|9.||Suite 2 - Samui / Batu Pakat #1 / Batu Pakat #2 / Kuala / Star Song / Trengganv||9:19|
|10.||Suite 3 - Pyre / Ramna / Kuantan / Chukai / Kra / By Prayer||4:41|
|11.||Suite 4 - Phangan / Grave Scene / Car #1 / Car #2 / End Title||6:42|
|12.||THANATOS PALACE HOTEL (Composed and Conducted by Lyn Murray): Suite 1 - On the Ledge / Mr. Smith / Ariane / Three Days||7:00|
|13.||Suite 2 - Private Palace / Thanatos / Imminent Guest||5:51|
|15.||Suite 4 - Morning Surprise / All In My Mind / Sunset Blood / All In My Mind / End Title||5:05|
|Disc 2: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Volume 3|
|1.||BEAST IN VIEW (Composed and Conducted by Leonard Rosenman): Suite 1 - Chapter Title / Concerned Helen / Photographer's Studio / Note||2:58|
|2.||Suite 2 - Out of Commercial / Dejected Dorothy / Dorothy Watching / Dorothy Searching / Jack Shot||4:07|
|3.||Suite 3 - Card Game / Blood Bills / Elevator / Mrs. Clarvoe / Bad Girl, Helen / Dorothy's Image||6:22|
|4.||Suite 4 - End Title||4:07|
|5.||MEMO FROM PURGATORY (Composed and Conducted by Lalo Schifrin): Suite 1 "Memo From Purgatory" Memo From Purgatory / Malt Shop Twist / Philene / Purgatory Twist / Dark Room / I Volunteered||8:40|
|6.||Suite 2 - Initiation / Cool Off, Man / Candle / Jukebox / At Your Funeral / Let Flyers Do It||5:56|
|7.||Suite 3 - Escape / Baron's Blues / End Title||3:46|
|8.||CRIMSON WITNESS (Composed and Conducted by Benny Carter): Suite 1 - Chapter Title / Barbara Baldwin / Fight/Relaxing||4:20|
|9.||Suite 2 - Madeline / Farnum / To Commercial #1||1:32|
|10.||Suite 3 - Mexican Talk / Twisting Dial #1 / Twisting Dial #2 / Hacksaw/Farnum's Desk / Killing Farnum||2:52|
|11.||Suite 4 - Ernie's Plan #1 / Empty Office / Ernie's Plan #2 / Ernest & Judy Embrace / End Title||4:47|
|12.||ONE OF THE FAMILY (Composed and Conducted by Leonard Rosenman): Suite 1 - Chapter Title / Frieda and Baby / To Commercial #1||4:20|
|13.||Suite 2 - Nervous Joyce / To Commercial #2||1:30|
|14.||Suite 3 - Dexter Leaving / Joyce Phones / Joyce Studies Newspaper / Joyce Reacts to Phone / To Commercial #3||2:07|
|15.||Suite 4 - Joyce Reacts to Doorbell / End Title||1:58|
|16.||END TITLE (Composed by Charles Gounod, Arranged and Conducted by Bernard Herrmann): "Funeral March of a Marionette" - Chancy Ride / Black Rider / Hot Pursuit #1 / Hot Pursuit #2 / Thanatos Bridge / Taped Vapor||0:38|
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From the Manufacturer
Our historic series of releases of music from The Alfred Hitchcock Hour continues! The first two volumes of music from the series focused solely (just as they should have) on the music of Bernard Herrmann. Having released every note of all 17 Herrmann-scored episodes, it was time to move on to other composers, and we couldn't be more excited about it.
The first disc of this special 2-CD set presents 75 minutes of music by the Hitchcock Hour's most prolific composer, Lyn Murray! Murray's scores were exceptional and varied. As you would expect, they have a very different feel from Bernard Herrmann's music and each of the four Murray scores we include here ("Who Needs An Enemy?," "Lonely Place," "Triumph" and "Thanatos Palace Hotel") show a completely different side of the composer. His music can be breezy, beautiful, exotic, adventurous ... Lyn Murray could really do it all and we're thrilled to devote our first CD ever to his music.
The aficionados who know these episodes will realize immediately how exciting this release is. For those not familiar with these scores and perhaps have no Lyn Murray in their collections at all, you are in for such a treat.
Featuring over two hours of premiere music from this television classic, this landmark release is an absolute must for fans of each of the four composers.
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