James Horner

Horner in 2010 James Roy Horner (August 14, 1953 – June 22, 2015) was an American film composer and conductor. He worked on more than 160 film and television productions between 1978 and 2015. He was known for the integration of choral and electronic elements alongside traditional orchestrations, and for his use of motifs associated with Celtic music.

Horner won two Academy Awards for James Cameron's ''Titanic'' (1997), which became the best-selling orchestral film soundtrack of all time. He also wrote the score for the highest-grossing film of all time, Cameron's ''Avatar'' (2009). Horner's other Academy Award-nominated scores were for ''Aliens'' (1986), ''An American Tail'' (1986), ''Field of Dreams'' (1989), ''Apollo 13'' (1995), ''Braveheart'' (1995), ''A Beautiful Mind'' (2001), and ''House of Sand and Fog'' (2003). Horner's other notable scores include ''Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan'' (1982), ''Willow'' (1988), ''The Land Before Time'' (1988), ''Glory'' (1989), ''The Rocketeer'' (1991), ''Legends of the Fall'' (1994), ''Jumanji'' (1995), ''Casper'' (1995), ''Balto'' (1995), ''The Mask of Zorro'' (1998), ''Deep Impact'' (1998), ''The Perfect Storm'' (2000), ''How the Grinch Stole Christmas'' (2000), ''Troy'' (2004), ''The New World'' (2005), ''The Legend of Zorro'' (2005), ''Apocalypto'' (2006), ''The Karate Kid'' (2010), and ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' (2012).

Horner collaborated on multiple projects with directors including James Cameron, Don Bluth, Ron Howard, Joe Johnston, Edward Zwick, Walter Hill, Mel Gibson, Vadim Perelman, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Nicholas Meyer, Wolfgang Petersen, Martin Campbell, Phil Nibbelink and Simon Wells; producers including Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, David Kirschner, Brian Grazer, Jon Landau, and Lawrence Gordon; and songwriters including Will Jennings, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. Adding to his two Academy Awards win, Horner also won six Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes, and was nominated for three BAFTA Awards.

Horner, who was an avid pilot, was killed in a single-fatality crash while flying his Short Tucano turboprop aircraft. He was 61 years old. The scores for his final three films, ''Southpaw'' (2015), ''The 33'' (2015) and ''The Magnificent Seven'' (2016), were all completed and released posthumously. Provided by Wikipedia
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