Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at herrmann.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The actor / producer John Houseman once recalled Herrmann as "consumed with rage and envy and malice and hatred .... you couldn't spend an evening with Benny without his spending half of it in terrible diatribe about one of the young musicians who'd gotten a job."


  • "We moved out into the night with nothing," recalls Herrmann, "only a handful of horses."

    North Adams Transcript Most Viewed

  • The Herrmann is the first half of big racing weekend doubleheader that concludes with the 34th Falling Leaves Road Race Sunday.

    The Observer-Dispatch Home RSS

  • International Communications Research conducted the surveys, and Melissa Herrmann and David Dutwin demonstrated high professionalism and exceptional skill, generosity, and forbearance in responding to our endless queries.

    American Grace

  • Or Matthew (Sports) slow-dancing with Iris, a sick moment of pimp manipulation set to the romantic Bernard Herrmann score (on their phonograph), that manages to be creepy/gross and lovely all at once.

    Kim Morgan: Pilgrim, Cowboy, Indian: Taxi Driver

  • Another experiment that cast doubt on the efficiency of costly punishment in promoting cooperation was performed by Benedikt Herrmann, Christian Thöni, and Simon Gächter.


  • The work it most reminds me of is the scary 1943 radio play Sorry Wrong Number by Lucille Fletcher (wife of the composer Bernard Herrmann), in which a bed-ridden woman only communicates with people on the phone and comes to the horrific discovery someone is out to kill her.


  • • A profile of the composer Richard Rodney Bennett made reference to the fact that his score for the film Murder on the Orient Express will feature in a prom next month, alongside work by Bernard Herrmann, who wrote the music for Citizen Kane, not as we had it – Citizen Caine 23 July, page 10, Review.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • He began to set on the kitchen counter graphs and charts, the results of a Herrmann International brain dominance survey.

    Why Do We Fight? Blame It on Our Brains.

  • If memory serves, I got into Bradbury via the film version of Fahrenheit 451, which was on TV quite a bit for a while, and which I liked mainly for the glorious music by Bernard Herrmann.

    Fifteen books that given the way my life has turned out I probably shouldn't have read


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.