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.

Selected Works

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:

"Buffy Saves Friends"
"Smashing the Bones"
"Ampata’s Kiss"
"Philip Asks for Giles"
"Mark of Eyghon"
"She’ll Come Around"
"I Hit Him"
"Ted Attacks Buffy"
"Robot Rampage"
"Buffy–Angel Love Theme"
"This Is Nice"
"Buffy Meets Judge"
"Yesterday on Buffy"
"Moment of Happiness"
"Spike My Boy"
"Get Out"
"What’s That Do"
"Buffy Rat"
"Mob Rush"
"Twice the Fool"
"You’re So Sweet"
"Angel Waits"
"Remembering Jenny"
"Love Is Forever"
"Show Me Your World"
"Devil Child"
"As Angel Becomes"
"Waking Willow"
"Vision of Jenny"
"Close Your Eyes"
"The Mask Theme"
"Sugar High"
"Tai Chi"
"Loneliness of Six"
"Bizzaro Sunnydale"
"Blood Machine"
"Slayer’s Elegy"
"Dublin 1938 / Dreaming Of / Magic Snow Music"
"Betrayal / Kralik’s House / A Father’s Love"
"Dead Guys With Bombs"
"Alternate Willow"
"Into the Mayor’s Lair"
"Dearly Beloved / Beginning of the End / Class Protector"
"Poison Arrow / Faith’s End"
"Aftermath / Drink Me / Little Miss Muffet / War / One Last Moment"
"I’m Game"
"Demon Got Your Tongue"
"Golf Claps"
"Silent Night / First Kiss / Enter the Gentlemen / Schism"
"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"
"Willow’s Nightmare / First Rage / Chain of Ancients"
"Xander’s Nightmare"
"Oh God, My Leg"
"The Construction"
"Xander’s Proposal"
"Spike’s Love"
"Buffy Confronts Glory"
"Buffy Fights Glory"
"More Fighting"
"Buffy Dies"
"Losing Battle"
"Sacrifice (Alternate Version)"
"The Tower"
Along with Joss Whedon, orchestrations, arrangements, incidental music:
"Going Through the Motions"
"I've Got A Theory / Bunnies / If We're Together"
"The Mustard"
"Under Your Spell"
"I'll Never Tell"
"The Parking Ticket"
"Rest in Peace"
"Dawn's Lament"
"Dawn's Ballet"
"What You Feel"
"Under Your Spell / Standing Reprise"
"Walk Through the Fire"
"Something to Sing About"
"What You Feel Reprise"
"Where Do We Go From Here"
"End Credits"
"Main Title"



  • Emmy Awards winner as “Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)” with episode "Becoming, Part One" (1998).[1]
  • Emmy Awards nominee as “Outstanding Music Direction” with episode "Once More, With Feeling" (2002).[2]


External Links

  1. "50th Emmy Awards Nominees and Winners". Television Academy. Retrieved February 20, 2018.
  2. "54th Emmy Awards Nominees and Winners". Television Academy. Retrieved February 20, 2018.