Hans J. Salter, Frank Skinner - Universal's Classic Scores Of Mystery And Horror album mp3
All of this material was written (or co-authored) by either Frank Skinner or Hans J. Salter, who frequently worked together on these Universal horror and mystery titles, to the point where it is often difficult for the outside observer to say who did what, or which. The other scores represented all have widely varying characters, despite being associated with horror and suspense films of the same era and having been written by the same composers - Son of Dracula's main title is actually rather wistfully romantic.
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Now several tunes from the universal golden horror/thriller time of the 1940s. The main soundtrack on this disc is . Salters Ghost of Frankenstein. This is one of the best in the whole series excellent. Both the conductor and orchestra are in top form here. This is the complete Ghost score;but. They are here joined by the lesser known talents of Frank Skinner and Hans . alter, who scored many of the classic Universal horror films of the 30s and 40s. Complete music written for Ghost of Frankenstein and a shorter suite from Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror are accompanied by a few other themes. The quality of the performance and production are at the usual high standards we expect from the team.
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The contents of this disc comprise three film scores, for Son of Frankenstein (1939), The Invisible Man Returns (1940), and The Wolf Man (1941), that were composed by Frank Skinner and Hans J. Salter or composed by Skinner and orchestrated by Salter (Son of Frankenstein). Man, was written by neither Skinner nor Salter, but by Charles Previn; and that the second most memorable theme, "The Kill," was a collaboration between Salter and Previn.
Frank Skinner, Hans J. Salter Composer. The Invisible Man Returns, film score Work. Moscow Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, William T. Stromberg Conductor. Spellbinding Classics: Classical Music for the Witching Hour. Hans Salter, Frank Skinner, Charles Previn, & Jimmy McHugh: Monster Music. William T. Stromberg. Moscow Symphony Orchestra. Monster Music: Classic Horror Film Music. Max Steiner: The Lost Patrol; Virginia City; The Beast With Five Fingers. Steiner: They Died With Their Boots On.
classic horror films. Wien, Austria (1896 – 1994). Hans J. Salter (January 14, 1896 – July 23, 1994) was an American film composer. Salter gained his education from the Vienna Academy Of Music, and studied composition with Alban Berg, Franz Schreker, and others. He was Music Director of the State Opera in Berlin before being hired to compose music at UFA studios.
He composed mainly for Universal, most famously for horror and science fiction films but also for other studios and for television. His most celebrated scores include The Wolf Man (1941), Scarlet Street (1945), Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) and The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957). Salter was nominated for an Academy Award for several films, including Christmas Holiday (1944) and This Love Of Ours (1945).
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