Erich Kunzel & Cincinnati Pops Orchestra's Chiller (CD)

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Many of the film cues, particularly those by the classic Hollywood composers, are more compellingly presented and surprisingly potent in musical interest, like the short reconstructed suite from Franz Waxman's The Bride of Frankenstein that ends up in the air. In "Sleigh Ride" from The Devil and Daniel WebsterBernard Herrmann does inventive things with a fiddle tune that Copland famously used in "Rodeo," and his music for Psycho has already earned lots of respect in many circles (watch out for the over-the-top sound effects in the notorious shower scene!). It's an engaging idea for an album, executed with dignity and some cunning.

1. Opening Sequence
2. Overture - (from "Phantom Of The Opera")
3. Night on Bald Mountain
4. Danse Macabre
5. March to the Scaffold - (from "Symphonie Fantastique")
6. Pandemonium - (from "The Damnation Of Faust")
7. In the Hall of the Mountain King - (from "Peer Gynt")
8. Synthesizer Effects
9. Theme - (from "The Twilight Zone")
10. 12,000 Volts
11. The Bride of Frankenstein
12. Sleigh Ride - (from "The Devil And Daniel Webster")
13. Prelude
14. The Mad House
15. Murder
16. Overture - (from "Sleuth")
17. Television Noise
18. Light, The - (from "Poltergeist")
19. Super Sleuth - (from "Without A Clue")
20. Funeral March of a Marionette (Theme) - (from "Alfred Hitchcock Presents")