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Buy Valium Boots GENERAL INFO Description: Max Steiner was a famous soundtrack composer. He wrote compositions for more than three hundred films, such as King Kong or Gone with the Wind. Max won three Oscar Academy awards for the best soundtrack, and one Golden Globe. In his compositions, he brought classical symphonism to its maximum splendor. Sex: Male. Occupation: Composer, Arranger, Conductor. Place of Birth / Death: Vienna, Austria / Hollywood, California. Country Tags: Austria Periods: 19th Century, 20th Century. Genres: Orchestral music, Chamber music, Instrumental music, Vocal music, Symphonic music, Opera, Music for cinema, Music for theater. Styles: Soundtracks, Classical music. source School / Group: University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
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