Fanfare Magazine has published two reviews for John Mauceri’s “Music for Alfred Hitchcock”. You can read the full review at Fanfaremag.com.
John Mauceri: MUSIC FOR ALFRED HITCHCOCK on TOCCATA
Huntley Dent – published 10 December 2014
“[Hitchcock] found in Bernard Herrmann a soul mate of suspense. The two were masters of much more than suspense—anxiety, foreboding, suspicion, menace, melancholy, erotic mystery, and pure cold dread. Together, they provided an extended Liebestod for American innocence. It was never more luscious to be scared out of your wits.”
Arthur Lintgen – published 19 December 2014
“There have been several compilations of music from Alfred Hitchcock films, the best of which, by far, is the Decca Phase 4 recording with Bernard Herrmann conducting his own music, including Vertigo, Psycho, and North by Northwest, also included on this CD. John Mauceri’s interpretations are, as expected, uniformly good…”