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  1. Christophe Beck | Buffyverse Wiki | Fandom

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    Christophe Beck is a film and television composer whose work included original score for television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Beck has also made an appearance in episode "Restless", as the pianist on stage at the Bronze while Giles sang one of his compositions.

    Beck was the main composer for Buffy the Vampire Slayer through the years of 1997 to 2001. He later returned to compose for the key episodes "The Gift" and "Once More, with Feeling", though he had signed for the musical earlier before his departure. Some of his most well known tracks for such scores follow:

    • 1972
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    • Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    • Jean-Christophe Beck
    • Christophe Beck - Willow and Oz (from Buffy episode "Wild At Heart")
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    • Apocalypse by Christophe Beck (Buffy Score 5x22 The Gift)
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    • Angel Waits by Christophe Beck (Buffy Score 2x17 Passion)
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    • Christophe Beck-Sacrifice (BTVS-The Gift)
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  2. Christophe Beck - IMDb

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    Christophe Beck, Composer: Frozen. Christophe Beck was born in 1972 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as Jean-Christophe Beck. He is known for his work on Frozen (2013), Ant-Man (2015) and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997).

  3. Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Christophe Beck

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    SURPRISE (Christophe Beck) 11. This Is Nice 12. Buffy Meets Judge. INNOCENCE (Christophe Beck) 13. Yesterday on Buffy 14. Spike My Boy 15. Get Out. PHASES (Shawn Clement and Sean Murray) 16. Meeting Cain 17. Werewolf Crashes Party 18. Cain Prepares 19. The Chase. BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BEWILDERED (Christophe Beck) 20. You’re So Sweet ...

  4. Christophe Beck - Wikipedia

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    Beck received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for his score to the Buffy episode, “Becoming, Part 1.” In 2000, the cheerleading comedy Bring It On launched Beck's film career, which includes such diverse credits as Under The Tuscan Sun, Edge of Tomorrow, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Pitch Perfect, and the Hangover trilogy.

  5. The infamous love theme of Angel and Buffy.

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  7. This is the music from Season 5, Episode 22, when Buffy makes the decision to sacrifice herself to save her sister and the world. The saddest Buffy music ever!

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  8. Various Artists - Soundtracks, Christophe Beck - Buffy The ...

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    Various Artists - Soundtracks, Christophe Beck - Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album (1999 Television Series) - Amazon.com Music

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  9. Christophe Beck Appreciation Post : buffy

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    Christophe Beck Appreciation Post Buffy 's acting, writing, etc., often get a lot of praise (and deservedly so!) but one thing I don't hear mentioned as much is its phenomenal musical score. I think the way compositional music is used narratively in Buffy is brilliant (and highly effective).

  10. Canadian composer Christophe Beck started piano lessons at five, and by eleven he was learning Bee Gees songs by ear and performing with his first-ever band, the unfortunately-named Chris and The Cupcakes. During high school he studied piano, saxophone, and drums, and wrote many tender 80’s love ballads.

  11. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Every Real-Life Band That Played ...

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    Aug 10, 2020 · The series has two soundtrack albums, as well several releases showcasing Christophe Beck’s iconic score, and of course, the soundtrack to the musical episode, "Once More with Feeling". Buffy featured music by bands as varied as Rasputina, Azure Ray, The Sundays, and Alison Krauss. As for the Bronze, the local club would occasionally host ...