Jerry Goldsmith (Jerry Goldsmith)( Music.)
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Biography Jerry Goldsmith (Jerry Goldsmith)
First, Jerry Goldsmith, he studied composition and piano class, intending to become a pianist. Then the University of Southern California led by Hollywood veteran Miklos Grove he began to study "kinonauku". Style teachers still can be caught in the works of Jerry's radio and television, especially in the love of the use of bass drums and strings in the scenes of action or tension. Film debut was the music for Westerns "black stripe" ( "Black Patch") in 1957. Since then he has countless times been nominated for an Oscar for the work to a variety of films, until finally, in 1976, has not received the treasured golden statuette for the music for the thriller "The Omen". Among his best works include "Gremlins," "Rambo: First Blood 2", "Total Recall" and "Basic Instinct". And one of the most favorite projects is working on the classic TV series Rod Sterling's Twilight Zone. "