Doyle did write more music in the line of this score
Posted by: PeterK <Send E-Mail> Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2010, at 5:50 p.m. IP Address: cab.s19.coopenet.com.ar
He did, though for brief instances in subsequent scores: the chasing music for A Little Princess has much to do with with Frankesntein. His score for Jekyll & Hyde is more prominent in Doyle's exploration of his dark side and regrettably never saw the light of day in album format. We can't ignore either his work in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: "Dark Mark" features a brutal overture-like outset that takes you back to Frankenstein with its bold use of brass, winds and swirling strings. Some passages of "Voldemort" also show Doyle's view on the dark side.