Table of contents for Hitchcock's music / Jack Sullivan.

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Chapter 1. The Music Starts
Chapter 2. Waltzes from Vienna: Hitchcock¿s Forgotten Operetta
Chapter 3. The Man Who Knew Too Much: Storm Clouds over Royal Albert Hall
Chapter 4. Musical Minimalism: British Hitchcock
Chapter 5. Rebecca: Music to Raise the Dead
Chapter 6. Waltzing into Danger
Chapter 7. Sounds of War
Chapter 8. Spellbound: Theremins and Phallic Frescoes 
Chapter 9. Notorious: Bright Sambas, Dark Secrets
Chapter 10. The Paradine Case: The Unhappy Finale of Hitchcock and Selznick 
Chapter 11. Hitchcock in a Different Key: The Post-Selznick Experiments
Chapter 12. The Band Played On: A Tiomkin Trio
Chapter 13. Rear Window: The Redemptive Power of Popular Music 
Chapter 14. Lethal Laughter: The Fifties Comedies
Chapter 15. The Man Who Knew Too Much: Doris Day versus the London Symphony 
Chapter 16. The Wrong Man: Music from the Dark Side of the Moon 
Chapter 17. Sing Along with Hitch: Music for Television
Chapter 18. Vertigo: A Symphony of Longing and Loss 
Chapter 19. North by Northwest: Fandango on the Rocks
Chapter 20. Psycho: The Music of Terror 
Chapter 21. The Birds: Aviary Apocalypse 
Chapter 22. The Music Ends: Hitchcock Fires Herrmann
Chapter 23. Topaz: The Music Is Back
Chapter 24. Frenzy: Out with Mancini, Hold the Bach 
Chapter 25. Family Plot: Hitchcock¿s Exuberant Finale 
Finale: Hitchcock as Maestro

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion picture music -- History and criticism.
Television music -- History and criticism.
Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980 -- Criticism and interpretation.