Hungarian-born concert and film composer Miklos Rózsa collaborated only once with Alfred Hitchcock, on the David O. Selznick-produced Spellbound (). In fact, the word "collaboration" may be an overstatement: according to Rózsa’s witty autobiography A Double Life, the men met only twice during the entire production.
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· Miklós Rózsa (18 April – 27 July ) was a Hungarian-American composer trained in Germany (–), and active in France (–), England (
· Miklós Rózsa - Spellbound ConcertoCarolina Eyck, Theremin SoloistMusic from Copland HouseCaramoor Center for Music and the ArtsJRoni Gal-ed, oboe.
- The See See, The Young Sinclairs, Triptides, Frankie And The Witch Fingers - Stroll On 4-Way Split (