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  • Fred Steiner
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  • Fred Steiner (auch Frederick Steiner,* 24. Februar 1923 in New York, † 23. Juni 2011 in Jalisco, Mexiko) war ein US-amerikanischer Komponist, Orchestrator und Arrangeur für Filme, Fernsehserien und Radio. In Sachen Star Trek arbeitete er an der Musik [[]] und [[]]. Er wurde für die Musik zum Film Die Farbe Lila für den Oscar nominiert. Außerdem war er Sohn von George Steiner, der ebenfalls Komponist war.
  • right|thumb|200px|Fred Steiner 24/02/1923 - Nueva York (Estados Unidos) * Fallecido 23/06/2011
  • Steiner was born in New York City. He received a degree in music composition from the Oberlin Conservatory at Oberlin College in Ohio. His professional composing career began when he composed scoring and theme music for programs such as the CBS Radio Workshop, Suspense, and This is Your FBI in the 1940s and 1950s. Besides his work on Star Trek, Steiner also composed scoring for other television series including Lost in Space, Gunsmoke, Have Gun – Will Travel, Hogan's Heroes and The Twilight Zone.
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  • Fred Steiner (auch Frederick Steiner,* 24. Februar 1923 in New York, † 23. Juni 2011 in Jalisco, Mexiko) war ein US-amerikanischer Komponist, Orchestrator und Arrangeur für Filme, Fernsehserien und Radio. In Sachen Star Trek arbeitete er an der Musik [[]] und [[]]. Er wurde für die Musik zum Film Die Farbe Lila für den Oscar nominiert. Außerdem war er Sohn von George Steiner, der ebenfalls Komponist war.
  • Steiner was born in New York City. He received a degree in music composition from the Oberlin Conservatory at Oberlin College in Ohio. His professional composing career began when he composed scoring and theme music for programs such as the CBS Radio Workshop, Suspense, and This is Your FBI in the 1940s and 1950s. Besides his work on Star Trek, Steiner also composed scoring for other television series including Lost in Space, Gunsmoke, Have Gun – Will Travel, Hogan's Heroes and The Twilight Zone. One of his best known compositions, aside from his Star Trek scores, was the theme song for the Perry Mason TV series. Steiner's Park Avenue Beat was used as the title song for the popular courtroom drama for its entire nine year run. As a film composer, Steiner received an Oscar nomination for his work on the 1985 film, The Color Purple, which starred Whoopi Goldberg and featured Leon Rippy. Fred Steiner is the son of George Steiner, who was also a composer, primarily of musical numbers in cartoon shorts of the 1930s. Fred Steiner's daughter is the folk/rock singer-songwriter, Wendy Waldman. Steiner passed away on June 23, 2011, after suffering a stroke. He was 88 years old.[1]
  • right|thumb|200px|Fred Steiner 24/02/1923 - Nueva York (Estados Unidos) * Fallecido 23/06/2011
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