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Thomas Newman

A second-generation member of Hollywood's preeminent musical dynasty, composer Thomas Newman carried on his family's legacy through a series of Academy Award-nominated film scores. He was born in Los Angeles on October 20, 1955, the son of Alfred Newman and the nephew of Lionel and Emil Newman, all three renowned composers and conductors from Hollywood's golden age. (Thomas' brother David also followed in the family business, as did their cousin, the sardonic singer/songwriter Randy Newman.) Thomas studied piano and violin as a child, following a two-year stay at the University of Southern California by earning a master's degree in music from Yale. Although his early musical theater project Three Mean Fairy Tales was championed by Stephen Sondheim, Newman spent the better part of the late '70s playing keyboards in the rock band the Innocents and the improvisational combo Tokyo 77. In 1983, he broke into the film industry by orchestrating a John Williams cue from Return of the Jedi, composing his first full score, Reckless, the following year.

Newman's ethnic-inspired score to the 1985 Madonna vehicle Desperately Seeking Susan proved his breakthrough, and he further honed his distinctive electro-orchestral approach on subsequent projects including 1987's The Lost Boys and Less Than Zero. Films including Fried Green Tomatoes, The Rapture, and Scent of a Woman followed before Newman earned a pair of Oscar nominations in 1994 for his work on The Shawshank Redemption and Little Women; a year later, he received another Academy Award nomination for Unstrung Heroes. Newman's fourth Oscar bid arrived with 1999's American Beauty, which did not win the composer an Oscar for best score, but the soundtrack album, released by DreamWorks, did win the Grammy Award in its category. Newman received further Academy Award nominations in successive years for his work on Road to Perdition (2002), Finding Nemo (2003), and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004). He won another two Grammy Awards for his theme for the television series Six Feet Under, best instrumental composition and best instrumental arrangement. His eighth Oscar nomination came with The Good German (2006). ~ Jason Ankeny & William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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sonyarundber g
surprised nobody commented this one was on twilight lol
Sunny June day. Heat rising off the late afternoon sand. Cool drink at my lips. Young again.
I knew it! Six Feet Under!
This sounds similar to something from Greys Anatomy, House, Criminal Minds and American Beauty. lol. like ithough.
I can see the dancing bag from American Beauty.
This is definitely in House, right?
like right now cameron is going to tell some parent her baby's dying
while House is staring at something sadly
Awesome...
beautiful
gfel7
This song calms me.
gfel7
@sxyangel164 Read it.Not doing it.
Beautiful
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in two days now you've started reading so don't it's so scary put this on 5 songs in 143 minutes when done press f6 and your lovers name will come on the screen in big letters.
I love this movie!
This definitely sounds like the halo soundtrack
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in two days now you've started reading so don't it's so scary put this on 5 songs in 143 minutes when done press f6 and your lovers name will come on the screen in big letters.
The movie Revolutionar y Road with Leonardo
soooooo beautiful. I unfolds like the most delicate narrative.
Everybody says Nemo, but this song was used repeatedly on "House" episodes.
ahhh yes this was in finding nemo lol
They are right about the Newman dynasty. Randy Newman is also in the top echelon. One heck of a musical family !
mrsmusiq
Like it won't come on
HOUSE MD. Someones dying,
NEMO!!!!!
OMG nemo!!!
Its in finding nemo as well
I dont think theres anything worse than being ordinary.
rhino326
I have a Teacher named mrs. Newman
This is in A Series of Unfortunate Events
sabre28mk1
I think this was used in an Ansel Adams Documentary as well! Beautiful piece
lancecampers 3 0 3 6
Sounds like FInding Nemo to me...
this sounds like the soundtrack to American Beauty …is it?
Any Other Name was in American Beauty.
What is "Any Other Name, Cafe Del Mar 8" ??? Is it from a movie?? I've heard this song but I dunno what it is!! HELP!!!!!
mslene1110
Yes, this is so soft refreshing music, nice with a little red wine chillin.
imagine Morgan Freeman speaking... This was from the Shawshank Redemption.. .
lyfrc
:)
Also in the Horse Whisperer
^_^
trellaruby
I just watched White Oleander, I KNEW I RECOGNIZED THOMAS NEWMAN!!! love him��
love
Yeah I remember this from Six Feet Under
This is either from nemo or halo
A light and airy sound is Thomas Newman's trademark. All of his scores consist of a sweeping orchestra with either piano, flute, or marimba almost always taking lead melody, blending sweetly together in an ambient, almost dreamlike quality. Whether it is dark like Road to Perdition or a whimsical children's film like Finding Nemo, Newman never fails to create a score that tugs my heartstrings !
Road to Perdition with Tom Hanks
Does anyone else think this sounds like Nemo? When the whale eats Marlin and Dory. Or when Marlin finds out Coral died and he sees Nemo in the beginning.
I know this is partly from Halo but it sounds like it should be used in Zelda
Actually, that Youtube video states:
The Halo 3 ending, edited slightly to go with the song Any Other Name By Thomas Newman. Enjoy Halo fans! :)
Yep, at least a portion of this song was definitely used in halo:https:/ / w w w . y o u t u b e . c o m / w a t c h ? v = D C 9 c 2 L f A 2 U Y
@etk1998
Love Thomas Newman! He scores the best films. Any Other Name played on Trent Reznor/Attic u s Ross Radio dubbed Movie Sounds.
It sounds like the show H2o: Just add water!
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