“The Rule-Breaking Maestro of Noir’s Sound”
Tim Greiving writes about composer Miklós Rózsa at the Criterion blog. “Rózsa was the musical counterpart to Billy Wilder, Raymond Chandler, and James M. Cain, the film’s writers, and Double Indemnity the ur–noir score.” Read more here.
Tagged as: Billy Wilder, biography, composers, Double Indemnity, film history, James M. Cain, Miklós Rózsa, music, music history, noir, Raymond Chandler, soundtracks
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