Franz Waxman is best known for the 150+ film scores he composed in Hollywood beginning at Universal Pictures in 1935 with The Bride of Frankenstein. During his Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer period (1936 – 1942), he wrote the music for The Philadelphia Story and seven Spencer Tracy films including Captains Courageous and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.
The CD includes a six minute suite of Waxman's music for The Invisible Ray as a bonus , the only other fantasy film that he scored while at Universal; it isn't in the same league as The Bride of Frankenstein's score, but it is entertaining. Biography, history of the Los Angeles Music Festival, external links, and bibliography > NEWS Recent releases, performances, awards, & media coverage > UPCOMING PERFORMANCES DISCOGRAPHY Searchable database of music and films > FOR PERFORMANCE List of Concert Works, Film Scores, & Songs available for performance on tnv.net > CONTACT For further inquiries > Start studying Music 355 Thomas Sharp Midterm 1Study Guide CSUF. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.