by Danny Elfman
Released: Oct 2006
Label: Sony Classical
For all his work scoring Hollywood blockbusters, "Serenada Schizophrana" marks composer Danny Elfman's first non-cinematic work for symphony orchestra. And like many of his scores, the work here paints a haunting yet somewhat whimsical picture -- almost (as in the case of "A Brass Thing") like a funeral march during Mardi Gras. The movements contained herein are fantastic flights of fantasy, and brooding glimpses into the musically absurd. Entertaining any day of the week, but "Serenada Schizophrana" is a future Halloween classic.
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