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  1. I missed this, Terry Teachout wrote a fairly recent article on some of Bernard Herrmann's non-Hitchcock scores in The Wall Street Journal: Bernard Herrmann, Beyond Hitchcock Though the film composer is best known for scoring suspense classics like ‘Psycho’ and ‘Vertigo,’ his work for directors such as Orson Welles, Nicholas Ray and Martin Scorsese is equally fine. Bernard Herrmann is by common consent the greatest of all film composers—but one whose name is firmly attached to the work of a single director. Between 1955 and 1964, he scored seven films for Al
  2. A good question to pose even if I am not overly keen on Williams's sequel scores - none of my favourite Williams scores are for sequels. What makes a great sequel score is impossible to say, but I generally prefer it to have as much fresh material as possible. Leonard Rosenman didn't score the first Planet of the Apes - Jerry Goldsmith did. I maybe consider Rosenman's Beneath the Planet of the Apes to be the best sequel score of all time. It took the adventurous spirit of the first score to new heights. It is certainly a high point for avant-garde scoring in film music
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