Jane Eyre - Complete Score- Limited 1000 - Bernard Herrmann


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The studio attempted to persuade classical composer Igor Stravinsky to make his film debut with Jane Eyre, but that didn’t happen. Bernard Herrmann really wanted to score the film but didn’t think he had a chance, but happily, Alfred Newman, head of the Fox music department, was a fan of Herrmann and he gave him the assignment, thus beginning Herrmann’s long and brilliant association with Fox.
Herrmann could not have made a more auspicious debut at Fox than with Jane Eyre, a perfect marriage of film and composer. The score captures the Bronte world right from the main title, which, unlike today’s abbreviated main titles, immediately draws you in and sets the tone of the film. His incredible string and reed writing is especially evident in this score, and his themes are simply stunning. The Herrmann musical signature is in evidence in every bar of the score – his music never sounds like any other composer and is instantly identifiable. Jane Eyre remains one of the cornerstones of his film-scoring career, as fresh, mysterious, beautiful, and vibrant today as it was back in 1943.
Jane Eyre was previously released in the Varese Sarabande Bernard Herrmann at Fox box set, that sold out almost instantly. It’s been great to be able to make so much of the contents of that box available in separate releases for those who missed out.
Track Listing
Jane’s Departure
Jane Alone
Elegy/Jane’s Sorrow
Time Passage
The Letter
Thornfield Hall
Valse Bluette/Adele
The Piano
Rochester’s Past
The Fire
The Door
Mr. Mason
The Room
The Rattle
The Garden
Jane’s Confession
The Storm
The Wedding
The Life
Jane’s Farewell
The Letter Burns
Jane’s Return
Bonus track
Prelude (alternate)

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Weight 200 g


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