Val Goldsack is a singer and guitarist from the UK who writes instrumental compositions that are delicate, soft, and often infused with a melancholy sadness. She also writes dark and sinister material like "Aftermath," which would fit well in crime shows, medical mysteries, Globe Trekker, soap operas, and much more. Val is a liturgical composer of contemporary psalm settings, canticles, and sacred songs who publishes her work in the UK. Very active in several parishes at home, she plays and sings on a regular basis, much to the delight of her followers.
Theme (melody based upon): "Funeral March of a Marionette" This classical novelty was composed in 1872 by Charles Gounod, while he was living in England, and was first published there. This is a shorter version - playing just the Hitchcock theme. Instrumental, Comedy, Comedy Music, Charles Gounod