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Saturday, October 31, 2015
Music Review: Danny Elfman's Music from the Films of Tim Burton
Her is a wonderful presentation from PBS. I mean this is very good. This is mostly orchestral, music for many Tim Burton movies including Corpse Bride, batman, Pee Wee Herman, Alice in Wonderland. Edward Scissorhands we experience a terrific violin solo, and the music box style music for this show is exquisite. The vocals for the most part are oo's and ah's, until we arrive at "The Nightmare Before Christmas." In this portion, the composer, who sang the vocals for Jack and for the Boogie Man in the original, sings for the concert. It is a delight. He talks about not liking singing in public, but this is just superb. What wasn't superb as the female vocalizing Sally's song. I couldn't understand the words. With the music there are interviews mixed in; with Johnny Depp, Tim Burton and the composer, and a few others.