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James Newton Howard to receive ASMAC Golden Score Award
2-Aug-2006 - One of Hollywood's most acclaimed composers, 55-year old James Newton Howard, will receive the Golden Score Award for Film Composition by the American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers (ASMAC) on September 29. Howard has scored over 80 motion pictures and is known for his versatility: he has scored big action adventures such as "King Kong" and "Waterworld," highly suceesful romantic comedies like "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "Pretty Woman," horror films like M. Night Shyamalan's "The Sixth Sense," "Signs" and "Lady in the Water," and acclaimed dramas such as "Grand Canyon" and "The Prince of Tides."

Recent Golden Score Award winners include Lalo Schifrin, Michel Legrand and Patrick Williams. ASMAC are also honoring Jeremy Lubbock with the Irwin Kostal Tribute Award for arranging.

(Source: Mikael Carlsson)

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