From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Richard Stephen Robbins (December 4, 1940 – November 7, 2012) was an American-born composer, best known for his motion picture scores for the Merchant Ivory films. Robbins was born in South Weymouth, Massachusetts. In November 2012, he died of Parkinson's disease at the age of 71.
Richard Robbins may refer to: . Richard Robbins (anthropologist) (born 1940), teaching professor of anthropology at SUNY Plattsburgh Richard Robbins (composer) (1940–2012), American film score composer
The special features include an on-camera interview with the Merchant-Ivory team: Ismail Merchant, James Ivory, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and composer Richard Robbins. The DVD also includes: Sweet Sounds (1976), a 29-minute documentary film directed by The Europeans' composer Richard Robbins.
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American composer and pianist, director of the Music School at Rivers (Weston, Massachusetts, 1980-1984), famous for scoring Merchant-Ivory films.
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Richard Robbins (anthropologist) (born 1940), American anthropology professor Richard Robbins (artist) (1927-2009), British sculptor Richard Robbins (composer) (1940-2012), American film score composer
Mini Bio (1) Richard Robbins was born on December 4, 1940 in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA as Richard Stephen Robbins. He was a composer, known for The Remains of the Day (1993), A Room with a View (1985) and Howards End (1992). He died on November 7, 2012 in Rhinebeck, New York, USA.
She introduced the composer Richard Robbins, who went on to score music for almost every production by Merchant-Ivory beginning with The Europeans in 1979, to the duo after meeting him while he was the director of Mannes College of Music, New York. Madame Sousatzka (1988) was the one film she wrote which was not produced by Merchant Ivory.
[Wikipedia on Richard Robbins]: He graduated from the New England Conservatory in Boston, and later received a fellowship through a fund established by the philanthropist Frank Huntington Beebe to continue his studies in Vienna.
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