Nosferatu (1922), a silent film, originally had no specific theme song or soundtrack as we understand them today. Silent films were often accompanied by live music, varying from performance to performance. The music for “Nosferatu” would typically have been improvised or compiled from classical and contemporary compositions of the time, tailored to enhance the film’s haunting atmosphere.
The movie itself is a seminal work in the horror genre, directed by F.W. Murnau. “Nosferatu” is an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” with Count Orlok as the terrifying vampire. The film is known for its eerie and expressionistic cinematography, which captures the haunting tale of Orlok’s move from his ruined castle in the Carpathians to a small German town, bringing with him death and plague. This early exploration of the vampire mythos set a precedent for horror films, combining gothic horror with a chilling, atmospheric visual style.
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