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Bernard Herrmann’s score for Jane Eyre was completed in 1943. It was his fourth film score and, like The Magnificent Ambersons before it, saw collaboration with Orson Welles. Not only is Jane Eyre Hermann’s longest film score, it is one of his most sumptuous, romantic and eerily evocative. He features a marvellous array of sonic effects – high winds, celesta, and muted brass – all designed to deepen and colour the characterisation, and orchestrated with his customary brilliance. This recording of the score restores, for the first time, cuts made during the recording or editing of the original film.
Bernard Herrmann: Jane Eyre
Dreaming - Vanity
Elegy - Jane's Sorrow
Time Passage - The Letter
Thornfield Hall - Valse Bluette
The Piano - Promenade
Rochester's Past - The Fire
Duo - The Door
The Room - The Rattle
Song: Jane's Confession - The Storm
The Wedding - The Wife
Jane's Farewell (Rochester's Confession)
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