Ep. 43 - Harry Manfredini's 'Friday the 13th'
It's Halloween! • Horror, Music, V (Violence), R, 30-Oct-2020
In this special Halloween episode of Film Music Fridays, Justin breaks down Henry Manfredini's chilling and fun score to the 1980 cult classic Friday the 13th, directed by Sean S. Cunningham.
Harry Manfredini is an American film composer and jazz soloist, who has scored more than one hundred films. He has had years of classical training, as well as twenty years in the popular music scene.
Where to watch: https://letterboxd.com/film/friday-the-13th/
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