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Old October 10 2009, 11:44 PM   #19
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Re: Favourite sci-fi/fantasy composer?

In no order:


John Williams
"E.T."
"Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
First three "Star Wars" films


Jerry Goldsmith
"Capricorn One"
"Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend"
The first four Trek films he scored
"Explorers"


Christophe Beck
"Buffy the Vampie Slayer" (TV series, for which he won an Emmy for his work)


Velton Ray Bunch
"Qauntum Leap"
"Enterprise"

James Horner
"Willow"
"Star Trek 2"
"Star Trek 3"
"Something Wicked This Way Comes"


And of course other Trek series work, and Trek films (excluding Nemesis onward, and Brian Tyler's "Enterprise" efforts)

Elmer Bernstein
"Ghostbusters"

Danny Elfman
"Edward Scissorhands"

Trevor Jones
"Dark City"

David Newman
"Serenity"
"Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure"
"Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey"

Basil Poledouris
"Conan the Barbarian"

Graeme Revell
"Pitch Black"
"The Chronicles of Riddick"

Mark Snow
"The X-Files"

James L. Venable
"Samurai Jack"


The work on "Batman: The Animated Series", which I loved so much, I created this site:
http://www.btasscores.150m.com

Probably others I have forgotten. How broad a range is "fantasy"?
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