Person    | Male  Born 28/10/1936 

Carl Davis

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: USA

Carl Davis

Conductor and composer who has lived in the UK since 1961. Born New York City. He has written music for more than 100 television programmes, but is best known for creating music to accompany silent films, such as Abel Gance's epic Napoléon (1927).

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