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Shore, Howard (1946)

Howard Shore (2013). Picture by Sam Santos. Canadian Film Centre. Creative Commons License

Alternative last name spellings: Leslie
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GENERAL INFO

Description: Howard Shore is a Canadian Soundtracks composer. He has composed the soundtrack of known films like The Silence of the LambsMrs. DoubtfirePhiladelphiaEd WoodSeven or Dogma. But most notably he composed the soundtrack for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and he won three Oscar Academy Awards. In 2011 he was nominated for the soundtrack of the film Hugo, directed by Martin Scorsese. Shore has been awarded and nominated for his work on many occasions for the Golden Globes Awards or the Grammy Awards.
Sex: Male. Occupation: Composer, conductor, flute and trumpet player, saxophonist.
Place of Birth / Death: Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Country Tags: Canada.
Periods: 20th Century, 21th Century. Genres: Orchestral music, Chamber music, Instrumental music, Vocal music, Symphonic music, Music for cinema, Music for theater, Opera.
Styles: Soundtracks, Classical music. School / Group: Berklee College of Music
Instruments: Sax, Flute and Trumpet. Relatives: Ryan Shore (nephew)
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