Christophe Beck

Christophe Beck is a Canadian film and television composer who won an Emmy Award in 1998 for his work on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He has also worked on Angel and The Practice. Some of his current films include, The Hangover, I Love You, Beth Cooper, Drillbit Taylor, All About Steve, Hot Tub Time Machine, Death at a Funeral, Red, Due Date, Burlesque and Disney's Frozen.

Beck worked on many Buffy episodes seasons two through six. Some of his most well known tracks for such scores follow:

"Ampata's Kiss"
"Mark of Eyghon"
  • Buffy: 2x11 - Ted
"Robot Rampage"
"Buffy-Angel Love Theme"
"Moment of Happiness"
"What's That Do"
"Buffy Rat"
"Mob Rush"
"Twice the Fool"
"Angel Waits"
"Remembering Jenny"
"Love is Forever"
"As Angel Becomes"
"Devil Child"
"Show Me Your world"
"Close Your Eyes"
"Vision of Jenny"
"Waking Willow"
"The Mask Theme"
"Sugar High"
"Tai Chi"
"Loneliness of Six"
"Bizzaro Sunnydale"
"Blood machine"
"Slayer's Elegy"
"Dreaming Of"
"Magic Snow Music"
"A Father's Love"
"Kralik's House"
"Dead Guys With Bombs"
"Alternate Willow"
"Into the Mayor's Lair"
"Class Protector"
"Dearly Beloved"
"The Beginning of the End"
"Faith's End"
"Poison Arrow"
"Drink Me"
"Little Miss Muffet"
"One Last Look"
"One Last Moment"
"Demon Got Your Tongue"
"Golf Claps"
"Hush Suite"
"The Princess Screams"
"Fyarl in the Morning"
"From the Grave"
"A Really Big Sandbox"
"Body Paint"
Anthony Stewart Head, Christophe Beck and Four Star Mary - "Giles' Epiphany"
"Restless Suite"
(Christophe was also the pianist on stage at the Bronze when Giles sings)
"Xander's Nightmare"
"Losing Battle"
"Sacrifice (Alternate Version)
"The Tower"
Along with Joss Whedon, orchestrations, arrangements, incidental music:
Buffy Summers - "Going Through the Motions"
Scooby Gang - "I've Got A Theory/Bunnies/If We're Together"
David Fury - "The Mustard"
Tara Maclay - "Under Your Spell"
Xander Harris/Anya Jenkins - "I'll Never Tell"
Marti Noxon - "The Parking Ticket"
Spike - "Rest in Peace"
Dawn Summers - "Dawn's Lament"
Dawn Summers - "Dawn's Ballet"
Sweet - "What You Feel"
Rupert Giles - "Standing"
Tara Maclay/Rupert Giles - "Under Your Spell/Standing Reprise"
Scooby Gang - "Walk Through the Fire"
Buffy Summers - "Something to Sing About"
Sweet - "What You Feel Reprise"
Scooby Gang - "Where Do We Go From Here"
"End Credits"

"Main Title"



Emmy Awards:

  • Outstanding Music Direction

for: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" For episode "Once More, With Feeling" - 2002 - NOMINATED

  • Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

for: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" For episode "Becoming", part I. - 1998 - WON

Gemini Awards

  • Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series

for: "F/X: The Series" For episode "Quicksilver" - 1998 - NOMINATED

  • Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series

for: "F/X: The Series" For episode "Requiem for a Cop" - 1996 - NOMINATED


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