The musical score of the film “Jack the Ripper” authentically recaptures the special flavor of turn-of-the-century London. The exciting mood of the film is brilliantly reflected in the powerful, spine-chilling music by Jimmy McHugh and Pete Rugolo.
Pete Candoli, Ollie Mitchell, Manny Klein, Uan Rasey, Don Fagerquist (tp)
Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, Dick Noel, Vern Friley, Harry Betts
(tb)Cappy Lewis (flgh), George Roberts (b-tb),
Vince De Rosa, John Cave, James Fox, Sinclair Lott, Harry Schmidt (frh),
Sam Rice (tuba), Bud Shank, Harry Klee, Sylvia Ruderman, Arthur Gleghorn (fl)
Dominick Fera, Paul Horn, Chuck Gentry (cl),
Bob Cooper (oboe), Chales Gould, Kennett Lowman (bassoon),
Ray Sherman (p), Bob Hammack (org), Red Mitchell, Joe Mondragon (b)
Bernie Mattinson, Frank Flynn, Louis Singer, Gene Estes (perc)
plus 6 violins; 4 violas, 6 cellos; 2 harps; 3 oboes; 2 clarinets.
Jean Loulie Norman and Mae Jacqueline Allen (vcl).
Recorded at Goldwyn Studio, Hollywood, on November 18 & 19, 1959.
01. Main Title
02. Love Theme
03. Killed in the Elevator
04. Ann Is Chased
05. Ripper Kills Gateman
06. Mary Clarke Theme
07. To the Operating Room
08. Ripper Gets Mary Clarke
09. Ann and Mary
10. Chase the Hunchback
11. Barmaid Starts Home
12. Ann Is Trapped
14. Blood on My Hands