Knowledge Identifier: +Dimitri_Tiomkin
In 1920, while working for the Petrograd Military District Political Administration , he was one of the lead organizers of two revolutionary mass spectacles, the "Mystery of Liberated Labor," a pseudo-religious mystery play for the May Day festivities, and "The Storming of the Winter Palace" for the celebrations of the third anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution
During the ceremonies in 1955, Tiomkin humorously thanked all of the earlier composers who had influenced him in writing the music for the Wellman film, including Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and other names from the European classical tradition
Jimmie Haskell - He entered the motion picture soundtrack industry in 1960 as an uncredited orchestrator for Dimitri Tiomkin's "The Alamo" and composed his first score the following year "Love in a Goldfish Bowl"
Mitch Miller - In 1961, Miller provided two choral tracks set to Dimitri Tiomkin's title music on the soundtrack to "The Guns of Navarone"
The song carried on in a 1976 David Bowie's cover
In 1981, a shorter version of Bowie's recording was released as a single, which became a hit in the UK charts
Hollywood Symphony Orchestra - Composers represented in 2006 included Miklós Rózsa, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Maurice Jarre, Victor Young, Dimitri Tiomkin, Craig Armstrong, Clint Eastwood, Henry Mancini, Elmer Bernstein, Dave Grusin, Alex North, John Scott, Sergei Prokofiev, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Max Steiner, Don Davis, Ernest Gold, Bernard Herrmann
The Wild Wild West - In On July 11, 2017, La-La Land Records released a limited edition 4-disc set of music from the series, featuring Richard Markowitz's theme, episode scores by Markowitz, Robert Drasnin, Dave Grusin, Richard Shores, Harry Geller, Walter Scharf, Jack Pleis and Fred Steiner, and Dimitri Tiomkin's unused theme music