Danny Elfman: Hitchcock [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Track List

>Hitchcock: Logos
>Hitchcock: Theme from Hitchcock
>Hitchcock: The Premiere
>Hitchcock: Paramount / Out the Gate
>Hitchcock: Mommy Dearest
>Hitchcock: In Bed
>Hitchcock: Impulses
>Hitchcock: The Censor
>Hitchcock: The Swim
>Hitchcock: Peeping
>Hitchcock: Sacrifices
>Hitchcock: Walk with Hitch
>Hitchcock: Celery
>Hitchcock: Telephone
>Hitchcock: Suspicion
>Hitchcock: Explosion
>Hitchcock: Selling Psycho
>Hitchcock: Fantasy Smashed
>Hitchcock: The Sand
>Hitchcock: It's a Wrap
>Hitchcock: Busted
>Hitchcock: Saving the House
>Hitchcock: Finally
>Hitchcock: Home at Last
>Hitchcock: End Credit No. 1
>Hitchcock: End Credit No. 2
>Funeral March for a Marionette: [Excerpt]

Album Notes

Audio Mixer: Dennis Sands.

Liner Note Author: Sacha Gervasi.

Recording information: Air Studios, London, England.

Arranger: T.J. Lindgren.

Director Sacha Gervasi's 2012 Alfred Hitchcock biopic was less of a proper biography and more of a breakdown of the events leading up to the release of 1959's Psycho. Composer Danny Elfman's elegant score reflects that sense of minutia, offering up a scant 38 minutes of material, much of which clocks in at under a minute. Elfman's signature blend of dread, whimsy, and mischief serves the tone of the story well, and while it may not be as stocked with memorable themes as some of his better-known works, it dutifully conveys the pathos, unpredictability, and humor of its source material. ~ James Christopher Monger


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