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New Video created by Mark Ford showcasing TFC albums

Friday, May 11th, 2012 by Anna

Click here to view TFC Highlights Video

A big thank you from the TFC gang to Mark Ford for creating this video showcasing highlights from Tribute Film Classics’ albums.

Herrmann Reviews from MusicWeb International

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 by Anna

Rob Barnett reviews THE KENTUCKIAN, FAHRENHEIT 451, and MYSTERIOUS ISLAND for MusicWeb International. Click the link to read more….


Friday, January 27th, 2012 by Anna

Hot off the presses! Announcing a new compilation CD from Tribute Film Classics available now at Screen Archives. This is a limited release offered at only $4.95!

This Highlights TFC sampler also contains tracks from the forth-coming 2CD release of ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN and ARCENIC AND OLD LACE by Max Steiner.

William Stromberg conducts The Moscow Syphony Orchestra. Music reconstruction and preparation by Anna Bonn, John Morgan and William Stromberg.

Herrmann albums highlighted on Ray Harryhausen website

Friday, November 28th, 2008 by Anna

Our dear friend Ray Harryhausen has featured our Bernard Herrmann albums, THE KENTUCKIAN, FAHRENHEIT 451 and MYSTERIOUS ISLAND on his news and events page. Read more here… gives Fahrenheit 451 an “A”

Thursday, March 27th, 2008 by Anna reviewer A.L. Sirios reviews Bernard Herrmann’s score to Fahrenheit 451. Read the review here…

TFC featured on

Friday, March 21st, 2008 by Anna

Scott Holleran writes about Tribute Film Classics releases of MYSTERIOUS ISLAND and FAHRENHEIT 451. Read all about it here…

TFC Wins a 2008 Sammy Award!

Sunday, February 10th, 2008 by Anna

Tribute Film Classics has won a Sammy Film Music Award from American Music Preservation.  Bernard Herrmann’s score to FAHRENHEIT 451  has won in the Preservation Award for Best Restored Film Score.

These movie awards are named in the honor of lyricist, Sammy Cahn 1913-1993.  The Sammys are announced each year for the best film music related CDs, and are chosen by Roger Hall, a respected film music historian, ASCAP composer, and author of  A Guide to Film Music, and editor of Film Music Review.