The most important, previously unreleased, John Williams score finally comes to CD, and it only took 34 years! Here it is … John Williams' 1976 score for Alfred Hitchcock's final film - Family Plot. Only the film's spirited End Title has ever been released previously. At long last, the entire magical, mischievous and macabre score is available. Family Plot is a very important score for Williams in that it established a certain approach and tone of writing that he would further explore in such diverse later scores as Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Home Alone, The Witches of Eastwick and Harry Potter, among others.
On connaît dans le monde entier le nom du grand metteur en scène Alfred Hitchcock, son visage poupin, orné d'un triple menton et éclairé de deux yeux malicieux. ….
The first master pieces of Alfred Hitchcock. "The Ring" - A local prizefighter loses everything after being defeated by a champion in the ring and embarks on a quest to set up a rematch… and revenge. "The Manxman" - After mistaken reports of a young sailor's death who drives his fiancee into the arms of his best friend, the sailor returns home to face those who betrayed him. "Murder!" - An actress is sentenced to death after being convicted of murder, but an unconvinced juror sets out to find the real killer in time to save the innocent woman. "The Skin Game" - A poor family must resort to blackmail to get their land back after a wealthy land developer buys the family estate at an auction. "Rich And Strange" - A newly rich couple with marital problems find themselves stranded at sea after being swindled and must rekindle their love to survive the trip home.