Knowledge Identifier: +Maurice_Jarre
He became director of the "Théâtre National Populaire" and recorded his first film score in France in 1951
Frederic Rossif - Several of his 1960s films were scored by the celebrated French composer Maurice Jarre
Edouard Lalo - In 1962, composer Maurice Jarre used a theme from Lalo's "Piano Concerto" for the exotic score to "Lawrence of Arabia"
In 1965, he married French actress Dany Saval
Laura Devon - In 1967, she married film composer Maurice Jarre and retired from acting
In the 1970s and 1980s, Jarre turned his hand to science fiction, with scores for "The Island at the Top of the World" , "Dreamscape" , "Enemy Mine" , and "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome"
Jerry Goldsmith - Goldsmith earned more critical praise with his score to the 1975 epic period adventure film "The Wind and the Lion", which, true to the style of such Golden Age scores as Maurice Jarre's "Lawrence of Arabia", relied upon a diverse ensemble including many Moroccan instruments and a large percussion section
In 1990 Jarre was again nominated for an Academy Award scoring the supernatural love story/thriller "Ghost"
Ghost (1990 film) - The soundtrack album was issued on Milan Records ; it was subsequently reissued in 1995 with two extra tracks, and later as part of Milan's "Silver Screen Edition" series with the extra tracks and an interview with Maurice Jarre
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
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome - A double CD containing only Maurice Jarre's original music was issued in 2010 on Tadlow Music/Silva Screen Records