"Dedicated to the memory of Henry Mancini
- who gave, and gave, and gave."
(Listed at the end credits of "A Memory For Tino").
Henry Mancini, late 1980s.
Henry Mancini is someone who certainly needs no introduction to anyone familiar with his television and motion picture scores which he wrote year after year for five decades. Hank was simply one of the most prolific American composers, ever. As a small child, I grew up listening to his record albums being played in the home, which led me to start purchasing them for myself once I graduated from high school. I hope visitors to the site will take the time to read a story about this on the page entitled "My Favorite Composer". After starting work on a larger collection-based site, I decided instead to change direction and present as many works I could find of Henry's right here, as that is what some other Mancini fans wanted and expressed to me in email.
A special note of thanks to José Sanches Perez
and Mike Newcomb, who both went above and beyond the call of
duty with scanning in many album covers I did not own myself,
as well as giving other support and assistance for the site's
completion. Others who have generously done research and as a
result, contributed items for inclusion in this site include
Ezshwan Winding, William Kenlon, Dennis
Marcellino, Doug Payne,
Peter Bay, Edgar Soberón Torchia, Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Ithamara
Koorax, Eumir Deodato, Jose Domingos Raffaelli, Sean Baker,
Randy Kosht, Massimo Milano, George Townsend, Fernando
Gelbard, Alex Sanguinetti, Leonid Bogdanov, Gregory Flores,
Ted Strong, Dan Miles, Byron Caloz, Allan Waterhouse, G. Underhill,
Manchester UK, Wally
Gerassimoff, Ivan Santiago, Wolfgang Weissbrodt, "Jazzcorner" Willie from Germany, Hans-Peter Huebschen, "Mr.
Mike" Mike Quigley, David Schecter of Monstrous Music &
Gary Corben of whatmusic.com
as well as Nate.
you to all.
Enjoy the site!
--B.J. (Barbara J.) Major
Introduction amended on 5/10/13.
Including LPs, CDs, 45 rpm, EP, 12" Singles, CD Singles, & EPs, Tape;
Broadcast/Cable TV, LD, VHS, DVD, DVD-Audio, Blu-Ray Disc & YouTube
Concert Programs, Newspaper Articles, Magazine Articles and Movie Booklets--HERE
ADVERTISING and BOOKS:
Mancini's "Sounds and Scores" Book/Audio Set--HERE
The Thorn Birds - Case History Book/CD Set--HERE
Autobiography ("Did They Mention The Music?")--HERE
Henry Mancini: Reinventing Film Music--HERE
SHEET MUSIC and SONGBOOK COVERS:
Individual Sheet Music Covers--HERE
Or go directly to a specific interview:
"People on Parade" Magazine Interview with Henry Mancini, Fernando Gelbard Interview
Henry Mancini's Music "In
as sung by Monica Mancini--HERE
Mancini's Music Used in Foreign Films--HERE
Below you will find a PayPal button for your
convenience to donate funds so that I can meet my costs for
keeping the sites online. I am a verified member of
PayPal. I neither accept nor solicit outside
advertising to be placed on any of the artist pages, nor
will I ever do so. Advertising totally intrudes on
what I want to achieve with these sites. I am most
happy to provide my time and energy in adding to and
updating these sites on a daily basis, but I need help in
paying for the internet space, internet provider, and domain
name registration year after year. These costs are not
insignificant. My discographies - which now span many music artists as well as two
music journalists - make up
well over 500 pages of internet information!
They are the largest discographies of their kind on the
entire internet. Please consider donating if you have
found these discographies to be a worthwhile resource for
yourself or for your organization. Thank you.
Original site layout and
textual content of this site Copyright © 2000-2014, B.J. Major. Interview transcriptions, if present, have not
been edited for content. Pictured album cover photos, record
label images and CD booklet pages are copyright of their
respective record labels and are used here only for
information and illustration purposes. Mancini Rehearsal
photos belong to Mike Newcomb and are used on this site with
permission. This is a private site and is not owned in part
or whole by any company or corporation. This site has
no official connection with the Henry Mancini estate.