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    Max Steiner was born on May 10, 1888, in Austria-Hungary, as the only child in a wealthy business and theatrical family of Jewish heritage. He was named after his paternal grandfather, Maximilian Steiner (1839–1880), who was credited with first persuading Johann Strauss II to write for the theater, and was the influential manager of Vienna's historic Theater an der Wien.

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    1907–1965. Maximilian Raoul Steiner (May 10, 1888 – December 28, 1971) was an Austrian-born American music composer . Steiner composed over 300 movie scores with RKO Pictures and Warner Bros., and was nominated for 24 Academy Awards, winning three: The Informer (1935); Now, Voyager (1942); and Since You Went Away (1944).

    • Composer, arranger, conductor
    • December 28, 1971 (aged 83), Hollywood, California
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    Considered the father of film scores in Hollywood. He began the practice of including music throughout movies in Hollywood talkies, not just at the credits or during the dance numbers.

    If someone wants to work on referencing (and possibly expanding) the article, some of the biographical facts could be documented from Geoffrey O'Brien, "Interrupted Symphony: A Recollection of Movie Music from Max Steiner to Marvin Gaye", p. 90–102 in Eric Weisbard, ed., This is Pop, Harvard University Press, 2004. ISBN 0-674-01321-2 (cloth), ISBN 0-674-01344-1 (paper). There's about three pages on Steiner there. - Jmabel | Talk23:35, 14 August 2007 (UTC)

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    I removed quote from the section Beginning Music Career section, Broadway career, symphony of six million...and early life. Wikipedia articles should be for information that readers can glean at a glance. It does not depend on the exact wording of Max Steiner. I paraphrased the quotes in order to be more concise and only provide vital information. Encyclopedias don't necessarily need a lot of quotes. Amgisseman(BYU) (talk) 18:23, 7 April 2016 (UTC)

    All the links to youtube are not in compliance with the external link guidelines (WP:EL). They're convenient and it was obviously a lot of trouble to put them there, so I'm reluctant to delete them. thoughts? Rachel Helps (BYU) (talk) 18:02, 4 April 2016 (UTC)

    I tried to find a source that mentioned anything about other film composers Steiner influenced, since I noticed that a user keeps trying to add that unsourced information. I didn't have any luck with the Encyclopedia of Film composers or the notes to his collection we have here at BYU. Undoubtedly he influenced other composers, so please add that information if you can find a source. Rachel Helps (BYU) (talk) 16:17, 24 October 2016 (UTC) 1. Hi Rachel Helps (BYU) - I couldn't find a source either, which is why I reverted the addition. I thought that might prompt the ip editor to include their source. Onel5969 TT me 16:32, 24 October 2016 (UTC) 1.1. makes sense to me! Rachel Helps (BYU) (talk) 17:03, 24 October 2016 (UTC)

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    Max Steiner gilt als einer der produktivsten und erfolgreichsten Komponisten Hollywoods. 2003 brachte die US-Post eine 37-Cent-Briefmarke mit Steiner als Motiv heraus. Max Steiner starb im Alter von 83 Jahren in Beverly Hills und fand seine letzte Ruhe im Great Mausoleum des Forest Lawn Memorial Park , Glendale (Kalifornien) .

  7. Max Steiner – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre › wiki › Max_Steiner

    Max Steiner ( Viena, 10 de maio de 1888 - Hollywood, 28 de dezembro de 1971) foi um compositor do cinema americano que arquivou um lendário status como o criador de centenas de clássicos temas para filmes americanos. Nascido Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner, Max Steiner, entre as décadas de 1930 e 1960, foi um dos mais notórios compositores ...

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    Steiner is afkomstig uit een familie die nauwe banden met het theater had: zijn grootvader Maximilian Steiner (1839-1880) was onder andere directeur van het Theater an der Wien en zijn vader Gabor Steiner (1858-1944) was in Wenen eveneens theaterdirecteur. Als kind kwam zijn muzikaal talent al naar voren en hij begon zijn studie aan de Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien in Wenen op 16-jarige leeftijd. Tot zijn leraren behoorden Johannes Brahms (piano) en Gustav Mahler (compositie). Steiner was nog maar 15 jaar oud toen in 1903 zijn eerste operette Die schöne Griechin in première ging. Na zijn studie tot het begin van de Eerste Wereldoorlog werkte hij meestal in Londen als dirigent en arrangeur. In december 1914 emigreerde hij naar de Verenigde Staten. Gedurende de volgende 15 jaren werkte hij als arrangeur, orkestrator en dirigent van operettes en musicals van Victor Herbert, Jerome Kern, Vincent Youmans en George Gershwin aan Broadway. In 1929 vertrok hij naar Hollyw...

    In totaal werden 26 van zijn filmmuziekwerken voor een Academy Award genomineerd. Zoals boven vermeld kreeg hij drie keer deze prestigieuze prijs. Voor de muziek die hij zelf als zijn meest authentieke beschouwt, de muziek voor de film Gone with the Wind uit 1939, won hij geen Academy Award. Hij schreef voor honderden Hollywoodfilms de muziek.[bron?] Soms werd hij ook als vader van de filmmuziek gezien. In 1995 werd hij postuum in de zogenoemde Songwriters Hall of Fame opgenomen, een afdeling van de National Academy of Popular Music. Steiner heeft voor zijn bijdragen aan de film een ster op de Walk of Fame, gelegen aan 1551 Vine Street in Hollywood.

    Hij is begraven in het grote mausoleum in de Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, Californië.


    1. 1932 Cimarron 2. 1932 A Bill of Divorcement 3. 1933 Christopher Strong 4. 1933 King Kong (1933) 5. 1933 Rafter Romance 6. 1934 The Little Minister 7. 1934 The Gay Divorcee(Academy Award nominatie) 8. 1934 The Lost Patrol(Academy Award nominatie) 9. 1935 The Informer (Academy Award) 10. 1936 Chatterbox 11. 1936 The Garden of Allah(Academy Award nominatie) 12. 1936 The Charge of the Light Brigade 13. 1937 A Star Is Born 14. 1937 That Certain Woman 15. 1937 The Life of Émile Zola 16. 1938 Jez...

    Regina Schlagnitweit: Ich schreibe, was ich sehe. Max Steiner Musik, Wien/Beverly Hills. in: Christian Cargnelli und Michael Omasta (Hrsg.): Aufbruch ins Ungewisse. Österreichische Filmschaffende i...
    Raimund Saxinger: Max Steiner zum 100. Geburtstag – Symphonie für Millionen, in: Filmharmonische Blätter. Heft 8/Februar/März/April 1988, S. 30-35
    Prof. Dr. Horst-Jürgen Gerigk en Prof. Dr. Dorothea Redepenning: Gefühle hinter Wort und Bild: Musik im Hollywood-Film, in: Internetartikel over filmmuziek
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    Fu nipote di Maximilian Steiner (1839-1880), gestore del Theater an der Wien di Vienna, e figlio di Gabor Steiner (1858-1944), influente membro del Carnevale viennese e direttore di fiere. Suo padrino di battesimo fu Richard Strauss. Come compositore di musica fu un bambino prodigio e si accostò allo studio del pianoforte sotto la guida di Johannes Brahms. All'età di quindici anni entrò all'Accademia Imperiale di Musica ed Arte Scenica di Vienna (ora Università di Musica ed Arte Scenica) dove ebbe come insegnante Gustav Mahler. Le sue grandi capacità di apprendimento della musica gli consentirono di completare in un solo anno i quattro anni del corso. All'età di sedici anni, compose e diresse l'operetta Die schöne Griechin (in italiano, La bella greca). All'inizio della prima guerra mondiale si era trasferito a Londra dove per la sua nazionalità venne considerato ostilmente ma, essendo amico del duca di Westminster, ottenne un lasciapassare per gli Stati Uniti. Arrivò a New York nel...

    Nel 1929 Steiner si trasferì ad Hollywood per orchestrare la versione cinematografica dello show Rio Rita di Florenz Ziegfield per la RKO Radio Pictures.La sua colonna sonora per il film King Kong del 1933 gli diede grande reputazione. Diresse inoltre le musiche per diversi show di Fred Astaire e Ginger Rogers, compresi Cappello a cilindro e Roberta. Scrisse centinaia di colonne sonore e fu il più importante compositore della Warner Brothers. Per la sua attività ricevette 26 nomination al Premio Oscar per la migliore colonna sonora e ne vinse tre, ma non per il suo film più famoso, Via col vento.Tra le sue partiture più famose, vanno ricordate: Il traditore (R.K.O., 1935, John Ford), che gli valse il primo Oscar e Casablanca, solamente candidata all'ambita statuetta. Il primo film musicato alla Warner Bros. è l'epico La carica dei seicento (1936), per il quale Steiner compose una marcia che funge da leitmotive e un pezzo di oltre nove minuti di musica ininterrotta che accompagna la...

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    1. The Case of Sergeant Grischa, regia di Herbert Brenon(1930) 2. The Runaround, regia di William James Craft(1931) 3. Kept Husbands, regia di Lloyd Bacon(1931) 4. The Royal Bed, regia di Lowell Sherman(1931) 5. I pionieri del West (Cimarron), regia di Wesley Ruggles(1931) 6. Pericolosa partita (The Most Dangerous Game), regia di Irving Pichel e Ernest B. Schoedsack(1932) 7. A che prezzo Hollywood? (What Price Hollywood?), regia di George Cukor- musiche e direzione (1932) 8. I conquistatori (...

    Adolph Deutsch, Friederich Hollaender, Franz Waxman, Max Steiner: Film Noir (The Maltese Falcon, All Through The Night, The Verdict, Dark Passage, White Heat - BMG (Contiene la suite de La furia um...
    Max Steiner: The Adventures of Mark Twain; Erich Wolfgang Korngold: The Prince And The Pauper- BMG
    Max Steiner: The Lost Patrol, Virginia City, The Beast With Five Fingers - Marco Polo (Naxos Records)
    Max Steiner: King Kong- Marco Polo (Naxos Records)
    (EN) Max Steiner, su Enciclopedia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
    (EN) Max Steiner, su Discogs, Zink Media.
    (EN) Max Steiner, su MusicBrainz, MetaBrainz Foundation.
    (EN) Max Steiner, su Internet Movie Database,
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