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Partners in Suspense: Critical Essays on Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock

  • Editor: Donnelly, Kevin J.
  • Editor: Rawle, Steven

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Contents

  • Introduction - K. J. Donnelly and Steven Rawle
  • 1. Bernard Herrmann: Hitchcock's secret sharer - Jack Sullivan
  • 2. Hitchcock, music and the mathematics of editing - Charles Barr
  • 3. The anatomy of aural suspense in Rope and Vertigo - Kevin Clifton
  • 4. The therapeutic power of music in Hitchcock's films - Sidney Gottlieb
  • 5. A Lacanian take on Herrmann/Hitchcock - Royal S. Brown
  • 6. Portentous arrangements: Bernard Herrmann and The Man Who Knew Too Much - Murray Pomerance
  • 7. On the road with Hitchcock and Herrmann: sound, music and the car journey in Vertigo (1958) and Psycho (1960) - Pasquale Iannone
  • 8. A dance to the music of Herrmann: a figurative dance suite - David Cooper
  • 9. The sound of The Birds - Richard Allen
  • 10. Musical romanticism v. the sexual aberrations of the criminal female: Marnie (1964) - K. J. Donnelly
  • 11. The murder of Gromek: theme and variations - Tomas Williams
  • 12. Mending the Torn Curtain: a rejected score's place in a discography - Gergely Hubai
  • 13. The Herrmann-Hitchcock murder mysteries: post-mortem - William H. Rosar
  • 14. How could you possibly be a Hitchcocko-Herrmannian?: Digitally re-narrativising collaborative authorship - Steven Rawle
  • Index