Danny Elfman’s “Batman Returns” Full Orchestral Score

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This book has all the hallmarks of a classic Elfman score. He brings back the familiar Batman march for the sequel, but also invents two new themes: one for Penguin and the other for Catwoman. The order of the day was “operatic.” — more grand in scope than the original and more dramatic. Elfman certainly delivered! This score is over 400 pages of brilliant and nuanced orchestration, and whether you’re a veteran, or just starting out composing, there’s something to be learned in these pages for everyone.
410 pages, 9×12 inches. Paperbound, printed in U.S.A.

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Contents

1. Birth Of A Penguin
2. Titles
3. We Wish You A Merry Christmas
4. Penguin Spies
5. Shadow
6. Clown Attack
7. Introducing The Bat
8. The Zoo
9. The Zoo
10. The Lair
11. Caught In The Act
12. Uh-oh Max
13. Kitty Party
14. Selina Transforms
15. Penguin’s Grand Deed
16. The List Begins
17. The Cemetery
18. Catwoman Saves Joan
19. New Woman
20. Penguin’s Surprise
21. Bad, Bad Dog
22. Batman Vs. Circus
23. Selina’s Shopping Spree
24. Cat Chase
25. Cat Chase (Alternate Ending)
26. Candidate Cobblepot
27. The Plan
28. Kidnapping
29. Sore Spots
30. Batman’s Closet
31. The Plot Unfolds
32. Rooftop Encounters
33. Wild Ride
34. Fall From Grace
35. Fall From Grace Alternate Ending
36. Revealed
36. Party Crasher
37. Children’s Hour
38. War
39. Final Confrontation
40. Finale
41. Shadow
42. End Credits

1 review for Danny Elfman’s “Batman Returns” Full Orchestral Score

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David McCaulley (verified owner)

    Wow! After receiving my copy of the “Batman Returns” score, I can’t put into words the newfound respect that I have for Danny Elfman and for Omni Music Publishing. Danny Elfman’s score here is incredible with all of its intricacies, complex orchestrations, and off-the-wall ideas. Omni’s presentation of this score is also extremely well-engraved and thorough. The inclusion of alternate cues and a cue-by-cue analysis really helps seal the deal here. I have nothing but praise here for Danny Elfman’s score and Omni Music Publishing’s quality presentation of it. Thank you for making this wonderful book available to us!

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