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Looking for work azithromycin jaki antybiotyk The German Franz Waxman (1906-1967), with his gift for the ominous, worked with Hitchcock four times: on his breakthrough score for Rebecca (1940), and then Suspicion (1941), The Paradine Case (1947) and Rear Window (1954). The last opens with jazzy inconsequence – it’s light, summer’s day music, lulling us into letting our guard down. But Waxman knew how to send chills down your spine too – listen to his immortal score for James Whale’s Bride of Frankenstein (1935), with the famous three-note motif for the Bride, rising an octave and then descending a minor second.
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