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Thread: Jerry Goldsmith :10th of Feburary 1929 - 21st of July 2004

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    Jerry Goldsmith :10th of Feburary 1929 - 21st of July 2004

    It's with great sorrow I write this post to you here on MIMF. As I've just recently learned that the composer Jerry Goldsmith, who's been making music for movies for over 50 years, died 2 days ago, on wednesday the 21st of June from cancer.

    Long live his memory, and music.

    For information on his music:
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000025/
    http://www.jerrygoldsmithonline.com/

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    Re: Jerry Goldsmith :10th of Feburary 1929 - 21st of July 2004

    This is indeed very sad news! Jerry Goldsmith was one of the absolutely greatests film-composers in history - and one of my personal favorites, if not the. It's a great loss, but luckily his memory will live for ever through his wonderful music.

    Rest In Peace

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    Re: Jerry Goldsmith :10th of Feburary 1929 - 21st of July 2004

    Jerry Goldsmith was a really great composer and musician.
    I guess i am little bit late to agree on this, but then again i just got here and it would be a shame to let this thread die and be forgotten. Let us carry the memory of ole' Jerry a little bit further by listening to his great music a little bit more often.
    I personally enjoy the music he made for the movie The 13th Warrior

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    Re: Jerry Goldsmith :10th of Feburary 1929 - 21st of July 2004

    I know his work with Star Trek (as my parents are both Trekkies) and I always thought it was brilliant.

    It's so tragic...

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