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  1. Bear McCreary – Official site

    Contrary to completely unfounded rumors of a cancellation, Trauma returns TOMORROW to NBC, and airs every Monday at 9/8c, beginning the completion of our first season! To celebrate our return, I’ve decided to write a blog entry about my favorite cues I’ve written for the series thus far, including audio snippets.

    • Bear McCreary - TRAUMA (2009 - 2010) - Soundtrack Suite
    • Composing for Battlestar Galactica | Bear McCreary More | Talks at Google
    • Bear McCreary "Battlestar Galactica"
    • Outlander 5x01 Soundtrack - Moch Sa Mhadainn (feat. Griogair Labhruidh) BEAR MCCREARY
  2. Bear McCreary – Official site

    Tonight’s second episode of Trauma will actually be the first one to feature my original “Trauma Main Title Theme.” As far as I know, this is the only new series this fall with a theme song in 7/4. Come to think of it, this TV show theme is the only one in 7/4 I can think of! Is there one I’m forgetting about?

  3. Bear McCreary - IMDb

    Bear McCreary, Composer: Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Bear McCreary is a degreed graduate of the prestigious USC Thornton School of Music (in 'Composition and Recording Arts'). Bear McCreary was one of a small and select group of proteges of the late, many-honored film composer Elmer Bernstein. Although he is now firmly in the mainstream of film composition, many of McCreary's earliest ...

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  4. Exclusive Interview - Bear McCreary (Human Target)

    If you’ve been watching TV the last decade, chances are you’ve heard Bear McCreary’s music. He was the composer behind Battlestar Galactica, Trauma, and now Caprica and The Walking Dead.

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  6. Bear McCreary | Sonicwb Wikia | Fandom
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    McCreary was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and spent most of his formative years in Bellingham, Washington. He is the son of author Laura Kalpakian and professor Jay McCreary of University of Hawaii. His brother, Brendan McCreary, is also a musician. Bear has directed and produced several music videos for Brendan's band, Young Beautiful in a Hurry. He graduated from Bellingham High Schoolin 1997. He is a classically trained pianist and self-taught accordionist. He studied under the renowned film score composer Elmer Bernstein during which time he reconstructed and reorchestrated Bernstein's 1963 score for Kings of the Sun. Their collaboration allowed for the complete score to be available as a soundtrack album for the first time in 40 years.


    McCreary made his theatrical feature film scoring debut with Step Up 3D and has scored several direct-to-video features, including Rest Stop, Rest Stop: Don't Look Back, and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End. Bear has scored three films with director Joe Lynch (of Wrong Turn 2), the latest being Everly which includes "Silent Night", a duet with his spouse, Raya Yarbrough. McCreary's latest feature film scores are for The Cloverfield Paradox, released February 4, 2018, Tau, 2018, and Godzilla: King of th...

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    McCreary made an eight-bit rendition of the Dark Void theme, which was, originally, an April fools joke. However, the theme was used for the prequel, Dark Void Zero. He composed all the songs in an eight-bit fashion by connecting the wires on an actual NESconsole and cartridge to create authenticity. He arranged James Rolfe's The Angry Video Game Nerd "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" parody "You're a Mean One, Mr. Nerd" for the 2010 Christmas special, with orchestra and eight-bit audio element...

    McCreary is married to singer/songwriter Raya Yarbrough, with whom he worked on the music of Battlestar Galactica, Defiance, Da Vinci's Demons, and several other projects. They have a daughter together named Sonatine, after the musical term sonatina.

    McCreary credits composers Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, Danny Elfman, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, Shirley Walker as being key to his growing up adoring film music. They were his heroes while he was growing up. Contemporary composers continue to inspire his growth and is a self-avowed fan of Hans Zimmer.

  7. Bear McCreary | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

    Bear McCreary (born 1979) is an American composer of score and soundtrack music. He studied music at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music, and his mentor was Elmer Bernstein. McCreary learned piano, and taught himself accordion. His style of music is unconventional compared to other scores, featuring a mix of classical instruments, ethnic instruments, rock ...

  8. Trauma (American TV series) - Wikipedia

    The Trauma team is put into a hostage situation when an irate former employee goes on a shooting rampage in an office building, the same building where Boone's wife Sela is held hostage. The event forces Nancy and Rabbit to work together for the first time since the helicopter accident.

  9. Bear McCreary - Wikipedia

    Bear McCreary (born February 17, 1979) is an American musician and composer of film, television, and video games scores based in Los Angeles, California.He is best known for his work on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series, as well as Outlander and The Walking Dead.

  10. FSM Board: Outlander - Bear McCreary

    Ortega's credits include Terminator, Human Target, Trauma, Dark Void, Caprica, The Cape, Eureka, The Walking Dead, Defiance (both the TV show AND the video game), and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Yeah, I guess it makes sense, with so many projects, so many deadlines and so many scenes that Bear probably doesn't find particularly interesting to score ...