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.
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Nov 07, 2012 · 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.
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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. Trivia (2)
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Richard Robbins, Composer: The Remains of the Day. Richard Robbins was born on December 4, 1940 in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA as Richard Stephen Robbins. He is known for his work on 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.
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May 28, 2018 · Richard Robbins is an American composer for Merchant Ivory Film mainly. Born 4 December 1940 in South Weymouth, Massachusetts.DayListenersSunday 10 January 20211Monday 11 January 20212Tuesday 12 January 20214Wednesday 13 January 20215
Richard "Skip" Bronson (brother-in-law) Isadore Familian (stepfather) Aaron Richard Baskin (born December 1, 1948)   is an American film composer and producer, best known as the writer of several songs for the Robert Altman film Nashville , and other creative film scores in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Early life and education
Born into a Jewish family in Queens, New York, Rodgers was the son of Mamie (Levy) and Dr. William Abrahams Rodgers, a prominent physician who had changed the family name from Rogazinsky. Rodgers began playing the piano at the age of six. He attended P.S. 166, Townsend Harris Hall and DeWitt Clinton High School. Rodgers spent his early teenage summers in Camp Wigwam (Waterford, Maine) where he composed some of his first songs. Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, and later collaborator Oscar Hammerstein II...
Relationship with performers
Rosemary Clooney recorded a version of "Falling in Love with Love" by Rodgers, using a swing style. After the recording session Richard Rodgers told her pointedly that it should be sung as a waltz. The 1961 doo-wop arrangement of the Rodgers and Hart song "Blue Moon" by The Marcels so incensed Rodgers that he took out full page newspaper ads urging people not to buy it. His efforts were unsuccessful as it reached #1 on the charts. After Doris Day recorded "I Have Dreamed" in 1961, he wrote to...
Advocacy for writers' rights
In 1943, Richard Rodgers became the ninth president of the Dramatists Guild of America .The Internet Movie Database lists 276 film and TV soundtracks using songs by Rodgers, as well as 46 films and TV events that credit him as the composer.In 1960, the saxophonist John Coltrane recorded a jazz version of "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music whose rich modalimprovisations proved germane. The tune became a regular part of his r...The entry "You'll Never Walk Alone" (from Carousel) discusses in detail the many cover versions of this song, and its extraordinary popularity with professional soccer teams and their fans. It was...Jerry Lewis ended his Labor Day telethon by singing "You'll Never Walk Alone".
Secrest, Meryle (2001). Somewhere For Me. Alfred A. Knopf, a division of Random House, Inc. ISBN 1-55783-581-0.