Schindler’s List by John Williams

Title: Schindler’s List
Date: 1993
Era: Film and TV

Composer: John Williams
Born: 8 February 1932, New York, United States
Nationality: American

Williams is a composer, pianist, and conductor regarded as the greatest film score composer of all time. He has composed some of the most popular, critically acclaimed, and most recognizable film scores in cinematic history and won 25 Grammy Awards, 7 British Academy Awards, 5 Academy Awards, and 4 Golden Globe Awards. Williams’ film scores include Star Wars, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. the Extra Terrestial, Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, and Indiana Jones.

2 thoughts on “Schindler’s List by John Williams

  1. Written some brilliant scores, but I think Hans Zimmer gives him a run for his money; I’m thinking especially of inception ! Quite a few orchestras will have concerts with a program purely of scores between the two composers , if you get a chance it’s well worth a visit, though perhaps you’ve already been….

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