John Williams (componist) John Towner Williams ( New York, 8 februari 1932) is een Amerikaans componist van filmmuziek. Hij is een van de bekendste naoorlogse filmcomponisten. Tevens wordt hij verantwoordelijk geacht voor de heropleving van de klassieke filmmuziek. [bron?] Hij was tevens dirigent van het Boston Pops Orchestra .
John Towner Williams (born February 8, 1932) is an American composer, conductor and pianist.In a career that has spanned seven decades, he has composed some of the most popular, recognizable, and critically acclaimed film scores in cinematic history.
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John Towner Williams (* 8. února 1932) je americký hudební skladatel, který proslul jako autor filmové hudby. Složil hudbu k více než stovce filmů a získal celou řadu ocenění. Má 25 cen Grammy. Do roku 2020 byl 52krát nominován na Oscara, což je druhý nejlepší individuální výsledek, po Waltu Disneym.
John Edward Williams (August 29, 1922 – March 3, 1994) was an American author, editor and professor. He was best known for his novels Butcher's Crossing (1960), Stoner (1965), and Augustus (1972), which won a U.S. National Book Award.
John Williams (15 April 1903 – 5 May 1983) was a Tony Award-winning English stage, film, and television actor. He is remembered for his role as Chief Inspector Hubbard in Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder, as the chauffeur in Billy Wilder's Sabrina (both 1954), and as the second "Mr. French" on TV's Family Affair in its first season (1967).
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American military figures
1. John Williams (Medal of Honor, born 1828)(1828–1886), American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient 2. John Williams (Medal of Honor, born 1832)(1832–?), American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient 3. John F. Williams(1887–1953), Army National Guard general 4. John Foster Williams(1743–1814), Continental Navy officer during the American Revolutionary War 5. John G. Williams Jr.(1924–1991), US Navy admiral 6. John J. Williams (soldier)(1843–1865), Union soldier, last bat...
British military figures
1. John Williams (British Army officer)(1934–2002), British army officer 2. John Williams (VC)(1857–1932), born John Fielding, recipient of the Victoria Cross 3. John Henry Williams (soldier)or Jack Williams (1886–1953), Welsh recipient of the Victoria Cross 4. John Lloyd Williams (RAF officer)(1894–?), World War I fighter ace 5. John Williams Wilson(1798–1857), English-Chilean sailor and politician
Other military figures
1. John Edwin Ashley Williams(1919–1944), Australian air force officer, murdered in 1944 following "The Great Escape" 2. John Scott Williams(1893–1944), Canadian military officer and aviator
1. John Williams (Caswell County, North Carolina)(1740–1804), North Carolina state senator 2. John Williams (Continental Congress)(1731–1799), North Carolina delegate to Continental Congress 3. John Williams (Pitt County, North Carolina)(1735–1789), American revolutionary from North Carolina, served in state Assembly and House of Commons 4. John Williams (Rochester, New York)(1807–1875), US Representative from New York 5. John Williams (Salem, New York)(1752–1806), US Representative from New...
1. John Williams (Australian senator)(born 1955), Australian senator from New South Wales 2. John Williams (New South Wales colonial politician)(1821–1891), member of the New South Wales Legislative Council 3. John Williams (New South Wales state politician)(born 1948), member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly 4. John Williams (South Australian politician)(1824–1890), pastoralist and member of the South Australian House of Assembly 5. John Williams (Western Australian politician)(19...
1. John Williams (MP for Bedford) (c.1519 – c.1561), sat 1554–55 2. John Williams, 1st Baron Williams of Thame(1500–1559), Lord Chamberlain 3. John Williams (MP for Dorset) (c. 1545–1617), English Member of Parliament (MP) for Dorset, 1604 4. Sir John Williams, 2nd Baronet, of Llangibby(1651–1704), MP for Monmouth Boroughs and Monmouthshire, 1698–1705 5. Sir John Williams, 2nd Baronet, of Eltham(1653–1723), MP for Herefordshire, 1701–1705 6. John Williams (Wales MP), Welsh politician who sat...
1. John Williams (footballer, born 1901)(1901–?), English professional footballer 2. John Williams (footballer, born 1960), English footballer 3. John Williams (footballer, born 1968), English footballer 4. Johnny Williams (footballer, born 1947)(1947–2021), English footballer 5. Johnny Williams (footballer, born 1935)(1935–2011), English footballer
Australian rules footballers
1. John Williams (Australian footballer, born 1940)(1940–2019), Australian footballer for Carlton 2. John Williams (Australian footballer, born 1947), Australian footballer for Essendon and Collingwood 3. John Williams (Australian footballer, born 1988), Australian footballer for Essendon
1. John Williams (first baseman)(1922–1973), American Negro leagues baseball player 2. John Williams (pitcher)(born 1904; death unknown), American Negro leagues baseball player 3. Johnnie Williams (baseball)(1889–1963), Major League Baseball pitcher 4. Johnny Williams (baseball)(born 1916), American Negro leagues baseball player