Goldsmith, Jerry (1929-2004) 高德史密斯


Goldsmith, Jerry (1929-2004) 高德史密斯


Jerrald King "Jerry" Goldsmith (February 10, 1929 – July 21, 2004) was an American composer and conductor most known for his work in film and television scoring.

He composed scores for such noteworthy films as The Sand PebblesPlanet of the ApesPattonChinatownThe Wind and the LionThe OmenThe Boys from BrazilAlienPoltergeistGremlinsHoosiersTotal RecallBasic InstinctRudyAir Force OneL.A. Confidential,MulanThe Mummy, three Rambo films, and five Star Trek films. He was nominated for six Grammy Awards, nine Golden Globes, fourBAFTAs, and seventeen Academy Awards. In 1977 he was awarded an Oscar for The Omen.

He collaborated with some of the most prolific directors in film history, including Robert Wise (The Sand PebblesStar Trek: The Motion Picture), Howard Hawks (Rio Lobo), Otto Preminger (In Harm's Way), Joe Dante (GremlinsThe 'BurbsSmall Soldiers), Roman Polanski(Chinatown), Ridley Scott (AlienLegend), Steven Spielberg (PoltergeistTwilight Zone: The Movie), and Paul Verhoeven (Total RecallBasic Instinct). However, his most notable collaboration was arguably that with Franklin J. Schaffner, for whom Goldsmith scored such films asPlanet of the ApesPattonPapillon, and The Boys from Brazil.