Already so famous in his lifetime, Alfred Hitchcock was the only director whose name appeared above the title of the film on the pediment of cinemas. He used to denigrate the actors and hate filming that he thought hurt the film. Yet it was in Hollywood that he made his finest films in collaboration with great composers whom he admired.
Alfred Hitchcock was well aware that music was his best ally in making suspense movies. From Arthur Benjamin's cantata of the 1934 version of 'The Man Who Knows Too Much' to the legendary theme of 'Psychosis' composed by Bernard Herrmann, music has always been a central part of Hitchcock's films. John Williams wrote the music for the director's latest movie 'Family Plot' in 1976, leaving a generation of movie buffs with memories of their favorite Alfred Hitchcock film and the incredible music that goes with it.
This superb edition presents the most famous themes of Alfred Hitchcock's films specially arranged for piano.
Skill Level: Intermediate / Advanced