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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category is for films featuring music scored by Dimitri Tiomkin. Pages in category "Films scored by Dimitri Tiomkin" The following 100 pages are in this category, out of 100 total.

    Category:Films scored by Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia

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  2. Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia

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    Dimitri Zinovievich Tiomkin was a Russian empire-born American film composer and conductor. Classically trained in St. Petersburg, Russia before the Bolshevik Revolution, he moved to Berlin and then New York City after the Russian Revolution. In 1929, after the stock market crash, he moved to Hollywood, where he became best known for his scores for Western films, including Duel in the Sun, Red River, High Noon, The Big Sky, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, and Last Train from Gun Hill. Tiomkin recei

  3. Category:Films scored by Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category is for films featuring music scored by Dimitri Tiomkin. Pages in category "Films scored by Dimitri Tiomkin" The following 100 pages are in this category, out of 100 total.

    • Early Life and Education
    • to America
    • Death and Legacy
    • Awards and Nominations
    • External Links

    Dim­itri Tiomkin (Russ­ian: Дмит­рий Зи­но­вье­вич Тёмкин, Dmitrij Zinov'evič Tjomkin, Ukrain­ian: Дми­тро́ Зино́ві­йо­вич Тьо́мкін, Dmytro Zynoviy­ovyč Tomkin) was born in Kre­menchuk, Russ­ian Em­pire. His fam­ily was of Jew­ish de­scent; his fa­ther Zi­novy Tiomkin was a "dis­tin­guished pathol­o­gist" and as­so­ci­ate of Pro­fes­sor Paul Ehrlich, and later a no­table Zion­ist leader. His mother, Marie Tartakovskaya, was a mu­si­cian who began teach­ing the young Tiomkin piano at an early age. Her hope was to have her son be­come a pro­fes­sional pi­anist, ac­cord­ing to Tiomkin bi­og­ra­pher, Christo­pher Palmer.Tiomkin de­scribed his mother as being "small, blonde, merry and vivacious." Tiomkin was ed­u­cated at the Saint Pe­ters­burg Con­ser­va­tory, where he stud­ied piano with Felix Blu­men­feld, teacher of Vladimir Horowitz, and har­mony and coun­ter­point with Alexan­der Glazunov, men­tor to Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich. He also stud­ied piano with Is­abelle Ve...

    In 1925 the duo re­ceived an offer from the New York the­atri­cal pro­ducer Mor­ris Gest and em­i­grated to the United States. They per­formed to­gether on the Keith/Albee and Or­pheum vaude­ville cir­cuits, in which they ac­com­pa­nied a bal­let troupe run by the Aus­trian bal­le­rina Al­bertina Rasch. Tiomkin and Rasch's pro­fes­sional re­la­tion­ship evolved into a per­sonal one, and they mar­ried in 1927. While in New York Tiomkin gave a recital at Carnegie Hall that fea­tured con­tem­po­rary music by Mau­rice Ravel, Alexan­der Scri­abin, Fran­cis Poulenc, and Alexan­dre Tans­man. He and his new wife went on tour to Paris in 1928, where he played the Eu­ro­pean pre­miere of Amer­i­can George Gersh­win's Con­certo in F at the Paris Opera, with Gersh­win in the au­di­ence. After the stock mar­ket crash in Oc­to­ber 1929 re­duced work op­por­tu­ni­ties in New York, Tiomkin and his wife moved to Hollywood, where she was hired to su­per­vise dance num­bers in MGM film musicals. He wo...

    Dim­itri Tiomkin died in Lon­don, Eng­land in 1979. He was in­terred in For­est Lawn Memo­r­ial Park Ceme­tery in Glen­dale, Cal­i­for­nia. Dur­ing the 1950s Tiomkin was the high­est-paid film com­poser, com­pos­ing close to a rate of a pic­ture each month, achiev­ing his great­est fame dur­ing the 1950s and 1960s. Be­tween 1948 and 1958, his "golden decade," he com­posed 57 film scores. Dur­ing the sin­gle year of 1952, he com­posed nine film scores, in­clud­ing High Noon, for which he won two Acad­emy Awards. In the same decade, he won two more Os­cars and his film scores were nom­i­nated nine times. He was hon­ored in the So­viet Union and Rus­sia. In 1967, he was a mem­ber of the jury of the 5th Moscow In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. In 2014, his theme songs to It's a Won­der­ful Life and Giant were played dur­ing the clos­ing cer­e­mony for the 2014 Win­ter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Be­gin­ning with Lost Horizon in 1937, through his re­tire­ment from films over four decades...

    Academy Awards

    1. 1972 - nominated for "Best Music, Scoring Adaptation and Original Song" Score for Tchaikovsky(1969) 2. 1965 - nominated for "Best Music, Score - Substantially Original" for: The Fall of the Roman Empire(1964) 3. 1964 - nominated for "Best Music, Original Song" and "Best Music, Score - Substantially Original" for 55 Days at Peking(1963) 4. 1962 - nominated for "Best Music, Original Song" for Town Without Pity (1961) and for "Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture" for The Guns...

    Golden Globe Awards

    1. 1965 for "Best Original Score" for The Fall of the Roman Empire(1964) 2. 1962 for "Best Motion Picture Score" for The Guns of Navarone(1961) 3. 1962 for "Best Motion Picture Song" for Town without Pity(1961) 4. 1961 for "Best Original Score" for The Alamo(1960) 5. 1957 he received the "Special Award" as "Recognition for film music" 6. 1955 he received the "Special Award" "For creative musical contribution to Motion Picture" 7. 1953 for "Best Motion Picture Score" for High Noon(1952)

    Dimitri Tiomkin on IMDb
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  4. Dimitri Tiomkin – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Dimitri Tiomkin (Ucrânia, 10 de maio de 1894 - Londres, 10 de novembro de 1979), foi um compositor estadunidense de origem judaica ucraniana.

  5. Wild Is the Wind (song) - Wikipedia

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    Wild Is the Wind" is a song written by Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington for the 1957 film Wild Is the Wind. Johnny Mathis recorded the song for the film and released it as a single in November 1957. Mathis' version reached No. 22 on the Billboard chart.

    • November 1981
    • R&B
  6. Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia

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    Tiomkin s-a născut Dimitri Zinovievich Tiomkinîn Kremenciuk, Imperiul Rus(astăzi Ucraina) pe 10 mai 1894. Mama sa, Marie (născută Tartakovsky), a fost profesoară de muzică iar tatăl său, Zinovie, a fost medic.

  7. Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre

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    Dimitri Zinovievich Tiomkin, (en ruso, Дмитрий Зиновьевич Тёмкин, en ucraíno Дмитро́ Зино́війович Тьо́мкін), nado en Kremenchuk (hoxe en Ucraína) o 10 de maio xul. / 22 de maio de 1894 greg. e finado en Londres o 11 de novembro de 1979 foi un compositor cinematográfico de Hollywood de orixe ucraíno.

  8. Dmitri Tjomkin – Wikipedia

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    Tiomkin vuonna 1957. Dmitri Zinovjevitš Tjomkin (ven. Дмитрий Зиновьевич Тёмкин, engl. Dimitri Tiomkin; 10. toukokuuta 1894 Krementšuk, Ukraina – 11. marraskuuta 1979 Lontoo) oli venäläis - yhdysvaltalainen elokuvamusiikin säveltäjä.

  9. Dimitri Tiomkin - Wikipedia

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    Dimitri Zinovievich Tiomkin (ukrajinski Дмитро́ Зино́війович Тьо́мкін) (10. svibnja 1894. – 11. studenog 1979.) bio je američki skladatelj ukrajinskog podrijetla, trostruki dobitnik nagrade Oscar i jedan od najcjenjenijih skladatelja filmske glazbe u Hollywoodu.

  10. Rawhide (song) - Wikipedia

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    "Rawhide" is a Western song written by Ned Washington (lyrics) and composed by Dimitri Tiomkin in 1958. It was originally recorded by Frankie Laine.The song was used as the theme to Rawhide, a western television series that ran on CBS from 1959 to 1966.

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