Despite some good moments, this period chiller gives in too often to modern schlock tactics.
In 19th-century France, Baron Jean Octavie (Lev Prigunov) is arrested for murder while composing a "Devil's Symphony," which he hides before his execution. His mansion is inherited by his niece, Gabrielle (Jennifer Burns), who finds the unfinished work and, unaware of its true nature, sets out to
have it completed. The only composer who will take the job is choirmaster Marius Carnot (Ben Cross), who moves into the mansion. As he works on the music, the housekeeper Carlotta (Beverly Garland)--the Baron's old lover--is visited by the Baron's ghost, who tells her that they ...