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  1. Roy Webb - Wikipedia

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    Roy Webb (né Royden Denslow Webb; October 3, 1888 – December 10, 1982) was an American film music composer. Webb has hundreds of film music credits to his name, mainly with RKO Pictures. He is best known for film noir and horror film scores, in particular for the films of Val Lewton

  2. Roy Webb filmography - Wikipedia

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    Roy Webb (3 October 1888 – 10 December 1982) was an American film music composer. Webb has hundreds of film music credits to his name, mainly with RKO Pictures. Webb orchestrated and conducted for the Broadway stage, before moving to Hollywood in the late 1920s to work as music director for Radio Pictures, later RKO Pictures.

    Year
    Title
    Role
    Production Co.
    1920
    Art director
    Whitman Bennett Productions
    1920
    Art director
    Whitman Bennett Productions
    1920
    Assistant director
    Realart Pictures
    1920
    Assistant director
    Realart Pictures
  3. Roy Webb — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Born in Man­hat­tan, New York, Webb or­ches­trated and con­ducted for the Broad­way stage, be­fore mov­ing to Hol­ly­wood in the late 1920s to work as music di­rec­tor for Radio Pic­tures, later RKO Pic­tures. He re­mained at RKO until 1955, then worked free­lance for sev­eral years, in­clud­ing scor­ing sev­eral episodes of Wagon Train. Webb is cred­ited as com­poser or arranger on more than 200 films, and re­ceived Acad­emy Award nom­i­na­tions for Qual­ity Street (1937), My Fa­vorite Wife (1940), I Mar­ried a Witch (1942), Joan of Paris (1942), The Fallen Spar­row (1943), The Fight­ing Seabees (1944), and The En­chanted Cot­tage (1945). His piano con­certo from The En­chanted Cottage was per­formed by the Los An­ge­les Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra, con­ducted by Con­stan­tin Bakaleinikoff, in con­cert at the Hol­ly­wood Bowl in 1945. In 1961, a house fire de­stroyed Webb's man­u­scripts in­clud­ing film scores and un­pub­lished con­cert music, after which Webb ceased com­pos­ing. W...

    Roy Webb: music for the films of Val Lewton (A.K.A. Cat people: classic music for the Val Lewton films) / Marco Polo 8.225125– liner notes by Scott MacQueen, with Robert Wise and John Morgan.

  4. Category:Films scored by Roy Webb - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Films scored by Roy Webb" The following 170 pages are in this category, out of 170 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  5. Roy Webb — Wikipédia

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    Roy Webb (parfois crédité Roy K. Webb) est un compositeur américain, né le 3 octobre 1888 à New York (État de New York) et mort d'une crise cardiaque le 10 décembre 1982 à Santa Monica (Californie).

  6. Roy Webb - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Nació en la ciudad de Nueva York y estudió en la Universidad de Columbia. Trabajó como compositor y director en Broadway antes de trasladarse a Hollywood en los años veinte para trabajar como director musical de Radio Pictures, más tarde RKO Pictures. Permaneció en la RKO hasta 1955, desde entonces compuso música para cine y televisión. Webb es el autor o arreglista de más de 200 bandas sonoras de películas. Recibió siete nominaciones para los premios Óscar: Quality Street (1937), My Favorite Wife (1940), I Married a Witch (1942), Joan of Paris (1942), The Fallen Sparrow (1943), The Fighting Seabees (1944) y The Enchanted Cottage (1945). Su concierto para piano de The Enchanted Cottage fue interpretado por la Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, dirigida por Constantin Bakaleinikoff, en concierto de 1945 en el Hollywood Bowl. En 1961, decidió dejar la composición después de un incendio en su casa que destruyó sus manuscritos entre los que se encontraban sus bandas sonoras y composici...

    Roy Webb: music for the films of Val Lewton (A.K.A. Cat people: classic music for the Val Lewton films) / Marco Polo 8.225125- liner notes by Scott MacQueen, with Robert Wise and John Morgan.

  7. Ernie Haase & Signature Sound - Wikipedia

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    Origin

    The Cathedral Quartet announced their farewell tour in 1999. Lead singer Glen Payne died on October 15, 1999 before the end of the tour. Upon request of Glen Payne, the remaining members finished the tour with pianist Roger Bennett performing Payne's vocals. Following the tour Bennett and baritone Scott Fowler formed Legacy Fivewhile Ernie Haase continued his solo career. Subsequently, former Cathedrals bass George Younce and Jake Hess, along with Bill Gaither formed The Old Friends Quartet w...

    2003–04

    Later Shane Dunlap left Signature Sound to start a solo career after release of their third album Glory to His Name in 2003. Wesley Pritchard took Dunlap's position while the group searched for a full-time lead. Jones and Haase dissolved their business relationship after the first year and Roy Webb was chosen as pianist. Later, they found Ryan Seaton and hired him as the new lead singer. Haase's father-in-law George Younce became co-owner of the quartet and helped the group have an affiliatio...

    Name change

    In 2004, the group changed its name to Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, reportedly in order to avoid confusion with other similarly titled regional groups.[citation needed] They released their self-titled album in October 2005. They signed with the Gaither Music Group and became regular performers with the Gaither Homecoming tours and videos. In May 2007, pianist Roy Webb left the band to be with his father, who was dying of cancer. On May 29, 2007, it was announced that Webb had resigned fro...

    Stand by Me(2002)
    Building a Bridge – Great Quartet Songs of the Last Century Vol.I(2003)
    Glory to His Name – Great Quartet Songs of the Last Century Vol.II(2003)
    The Ground is Level – Great Quartet Songs of the Last Century Vol.III(2004)

    Appearances on other DVDs

    1. 2005: Give It Away, Gaither Vocal Band; "Glory, Glory Clear The Road", "Heavenly Parade", "Give It Away"

  8. Roy Webb Wiki - Everipedia

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    Roy Webb Roy Webb (né Royden Denslow Webb; October 3, 1888 – December 10, 1982) was an American film music composer. Webb has hundreds of film music credits to his name, mainly with RKO Pictures. He is best known for film noir and horror film scores, in particular for the films of Val Lewton.

  9. Gold City - Wikipedia

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    Later in 2010, however, Roy Webb opted to leave the group to fully pursue a solo career. Josh Simpson filled in on the piano while a new pianist was found. After the National Quartet Convention, it was announced that Perry's pianist, Bryan Elliott, would be filling the piano bench.

  10. Roy Webb | Discography | Discogs

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    4 versions. 8.225125. Roy Webb / Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Roy Webb / Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra - Cat People: The Music For The Films Of Val Lewton ‎ (CD, Album) Marco Polo. 8.225125.

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