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Newman (Alfred) film scores
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This collection chiefly contains musical scores by American composer and conductor Alfred Newman (1901-1970). Materials include scores of original motion picture music, and published operatic and instrumental scores, bound vocal scores and bound conductor books of film scores. Also present are screenplays, music notes, books on music, song books and sheet music, and tapes of film scores by Newman and his contemporaries.
Alfred Newman (1901-1970) was an American composer and conductor active during the 1930s-1960s known for his film scores. He received 45 Oscar nominations and won 9 Academy Awards for Best Music Scoring of a Motion Picture. Newman may be best known for composing the fanfare which accompanies the studio logo at the beginning of 20th Century Fox's production.
47.625 Linear Feet 32 boxes
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