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Composer Credits List - Movies
2005
"The Trouble With Frank" Starring Jon Bon Jovi and Estella Warren, National Lampoon Productions. Directed by Arthur Hiller, Written by William Dozier, Sal Catalano, J.D. Shapiro and Matty Simmons. Executive Producer L. Charles Grimes.

2005
"Lovewrecked" Starring Amanda Bynes, Media 8 Entertainment. Directed by Randall Kleiser, Written by Stephen Langford. Executive Producers James Lance Bass, Derek F.C. Elliot, Kelli Konop and Matthew F. Leonetti Jr.

2004
"I Am David" Starring Jim Caviezel and Ben Tibber, Walden Media/Lions Gate. Directed by Paul Feig, Written by Paul Feig and Anne Holm. Producers Davina Belling, Lauren Levine, and Clive Parsons.

2002
"Deuces Wild" Starring Stephen Dorff and Brad Renfro, MGM. Directed by Scott Kalvert, Written by Paul Kimatian and Christophen Gambale. Executive Producers Eberhard Kayser, Mario Ohoven and Marc Sferrazza.

2001
"On the L" Starring Lance Bass and Joey Fatone, Miramax/Zomba. Directed by Eric Bross, Written by Eric Aronson and Paul Stanton. Executive Producers Robbie Brenner, Jeremy Kramer, Bob Osher, Andrew Panay and Johnny Wright.

2000
"Sunset Strip" Starring Simon Baker, Anna Friel and Nick Stahl, 20th Century Fox. Directed by Adam Collis. Written by Randall Jahnson and Russell DeGrazier, Executive Producer James Dodson.

2000
"Skipped Parts" Starring Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Jason Leigh, Trimark. Directed by Tamra Davis. Written by Tim Sandlin, Executive Producers Mark Amin, Tamra Davis and Mike Elliott.

2000
"Boys and Girls" Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs, Miramax/Dimension. Directed by Robert Iscove, Written by The Drews, Executive Producers Jeremy Kramer, Jill Sobel Messick, Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein.

1999
"Simpatico" Starring Nick Nolte, Jeff Bridges and Sharon Stone, Fine Line. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Written by Sam Shepard, Matthew Warchus and David Nicholls. Executive Producers Sue Baden-Powell, Joel Lubin and Greg Shapiro.

1999
"She's All That" Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr and Rachael Leigh Cook, Miramax. Directed by Rob Iscove. Written by R. Lee Fleming Jr. Executive Producers Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein.

1999
"More Dogs Than Bones" Starring Joe Mantegna and Peter Coyote, Dream Entertainment. Directed by Michael Browning. Written by Michael Browning, Producers Ehud Bleiberg, Yitzhak Ginsberg, Miriam Leffert and Brittany Taylor.

1999
"Made Men" Starring James Belushi, Michael Beach and Timothy Dalton, Silver Pictures. Directed by Louis Morneau. Written by Robert Franke, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. Executive Producers Dan Cracchiolo and Steve Richards.

1998
"Very Bad Things" Starring Christian Slater and Cameron Diaz, Polygram. Directed by Peter Berg. Written by Peter Berg. Executive Producers Ted Field, Michael A. Helfant, Scott Kroopf and Christian Slater.

1998
"Pecker" Starring Edward Furlong and Christina Ricci, New Line. Directed by John Waters. Written by John Waters. Executive Producers Joseph M. Caracciolo Jr, Mark Ordeseky, Joe Revitte and Jonathan Weisgal.

1998
"Four Days in September" Starring Alan Arkin, Miramax. Directed by Bruno Baretto. Written by Ferrnando Gabeira and Leopoldo Serran. Producers Lucy Barreto and Luiz Carlos Barreto.

1997
"Little Boy Blue" Starring Ryan Phillippe, Nastassja Kinski and John Savage, Warner Bros. Directed by Antonio Tebaldi. Written by Michael Boston. Executive Producer Virginia Giritlian.

1997
"Gridlock'd" Starring Tupac Shakur and Tim Roth, Columbia Tristar/Polygram. Directed by Vondie Curtis Hall. Written by Vondie Curtis Hall. Executive Producers Ted Field, Scott Kroopf and Russell Simmons.

1997
"Good Burger" Starring Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson, Paramount/Nickelodeon. Directed by Brian Robbins. Written by Dan Schneider, Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert. Executive Producer Julia Pistor.

1996
"The Pallbearer" Starring David Schwimmer and Gwyneth Paltrow, Miramax. Directed by Matt Reeves. Written by Jason Katims and Matt Reeves. Executive Producers Meryl Poster, Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein.

1996
"The Leopard Son" Documentary, Discovery Films. Directed by Hugo Van Lawick. Eecutive Producer Tim Cowling. -

1996
"Boys" Starring Winona Ryder, Interscope. Directed by Stacy Cochran. Written by Stacy Cochran and James Salter. Executive Producers Ted Field, Robert W. Cort and Scott Kroopf.

1994
"Surviving the Game" Starring Ice-T and Rutger Hauer, New Line. Directed by Ernest R. Dickerson. Written by Eric Bernt. Executive Producer Kevin J. Messick.

1994
"Silent Fall" Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Linda Hamilton and John Lithgow, Warner Bros. Directed by Bruce Beresford. Written by Akiva Goldsman. Executive Producer Gary Barber.

1994
"Rapa Nui" Starring Jason Scott Lee, Esai Morales and Sandrine Holt, Warner Bros. Directed by Kevin Reynolds. Written by Kevin Reynolds and Tim Rose Price. Executive Producers Guy East and Barrie M. Osborne.

1994
"Fresh" Starring Sean Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson, Miramax. Directed by Boaz Yakin. Written by Boaz Yakin. Executive Producer Lila Cazes.

1994
"Airborne" Starring Shane McDermott, Warner Bros. Directed by Rob Bowman. Written by Bill Apablasa and Stephen McEveety. Producers Bruce Davey and Stephen McEveety.

1993
"The Wide Sargasso Sea" Starring Karina Lombard, New Line. Directed by John Duigan. Written by Carole Angier, John Duigan, Jean Rhys and Jan Sharp. Executive Producer Sara Risher.

1993
"Raining Stones" Starring Bruce Jones and Julie Brown. Directed by Ken Loach. Written by Jim Allen. Producers Sally Hibbin. -

1991
"Riff-Raff" Starring Robert Carlyle and Emer McCourt. Directed by Ken Loach. Written by Bill Jesse. Producer Sally Hibbin. -

1991
"Highlander II" Starring Sean Connery and Virginia Madsen, Miramax/Columbia TriStar. Directed by Russell Mulcahy. Written by Gregory Widen, Brian Clemens, William Panzer and Peter Bellwood. Executive Producers Guy Collins and Mario Sotela. -

1990
"The First Power" Starring Lou Diamond Phillips, MGM. Directed by Robert Resnikoff. Written by Robert Resnikoff. Executive Producer Robert W. Cort.

1990
"Taking Care Of Business" Starring James Belushi and Charles Grodin, Touchstone. Directed by Arthur Hiller. Written by Jill Mazursky and Jeffrey Abrams. Executive Producer Paul Mazursky.

1990
"Men at Work" Starring by Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez. Directed by Emilio Estevez. Written by Emilio Estevez. Executive Producers Moshe Diamant and Irwin Yablans.

1990
"Hidden Agenda" Starring Frances McDormand, Brian Cox, Brad Dourif and Mai Zetterling, MGM. Directed by Ken Loach. Written by Jim Allen. Executive Producers John Daly and Derek Gibson.

1989
"See No Evil, Hear No Evil" Starring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder, TriStar. Directed by Arthur Hiller. Written by Earl Barret, Arne Sultan and Marvin Worth. Executive Producers Earl Barret, Burtt Harris and Arne Sultan.

1988
"Talk Radio" Starring Eric Bogosian, Universal. Directed by Oliver Stone. Written by Eric Boogosian and Oliver Stone. Executive Producers Greg Strangis and Sam Strangis.

1987
"Wall Street" Starring Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen and Daryl Hannah, 20th Century Fox. Directed by Oliver Stone. Written by Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone. Producer Edward R. Pressman.

1987
"She's Having a Baby" Starring Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth McGovern, Paramount. Directed by John Hughes. Written by John Hughes. Executive Producer Ronald Colby.

1984
"Rumblefish" Starring Matt Dillon, MCA/Universal. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Written by S. E. Hinton and Francis Ford Coppola. Executive Producer Francis Ford Coppola. [Best Score Golden Globe nominee]

Composer Credits List - Television
2005
"The Life and Times of Juniper Lee" The Cartoon Network. Created by Judd Winick.

2005
"Riding the Bus with My Sisiter" Starring Rosie O'Donnell and Andie MacDowell, Hallmark Hall of Fame. Directed by Anjelica Huston. Written by Rachel Simon and Joyce Eliason. Executive Producers Rosie O'Donnell and Larry Sanitsky.

2005
"Desperate Housewives" Starring Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross, Eva Longoria and Nicollette Sheridan, ABC/Touchstone. Created by Marc Cherry. Executive Producer Marc Cherry.

2003/4
"Dead Like Me" (multiples) MGM TV/Showtime. Created by Bryan Fuller EP

2003
"Dead Like Me" (pilot) MGM/Showtime. Created by Bryan Fuller. Directed by Scott Winant. Emmy nomination Best Score -

2002
"Breaking News" Starring Tim Matheson, New Line Television, Pilot/Episodes TNT. Created by Gardner Stern and Rhonda L. Moore.

2000
"Brutally Normal" Touchstone/The WB Network. Written by Stephen Chbosky, Michael Goldberg, Will McRobb, Tommy Swerdlow and Chris Viscardi.

1999
"The Amanda Show" (Main Title) Starring Amanda Bynes, Nickelodeon. Created by Dan Schneider.

1998-2003
"Spyro the Dragon" I, II, III, IV Universal Interactive/Sony Computer Entertainment America

1998
"The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3" Starring Edward James Olmos, Vincent D'Onofrio and Donnie Wahlberg, ABC Trilogy/MGM. Directed by Felix Alcala. Written by John Godey, Peter Stone and April Smith. Executive Producers Pen Densham, Richard Barton Lewis and

1998
"Legalese" Starring James Garner, New Line/ TNT. Directed by Glenn Jordan. Written by Billy Ray. Executive Producer J. Paul Higgins.

1998
"Futuresport" Starring Dean Cain and Vanessa Williams, ABC/Amen Ra/Dove. Directed by Ernest Dickerson. Written by Steve De Jarnatt and Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Executive Producers Deborah Raffin, Michael Viner and Ron Ziskin.

1995
"White Dwarf" Starring Paul Winfield and Neal McDonough, Cabin Fever Entertainment. Directed by Peter Markel. Written by Bruce Wagner. Executive Producers Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Halmi Sr. and Bruce Wagner.

1995
"Tyson" Starring Michael Jai White and Paul Winfield, HBO. Directed by Uli Edel. Written by Jose Torres and Robert Johnson. Executive Producers Ross Greenburg and Edgar J. Scherick.

1993
"Babylon 5" (2 hr pilot) TNT/Warner Bros. Directed by Doug Netter Richard Compton. Created by J. Michael Straczynski. Executive Producers Douglas Netter and J. Michael Straczynski.

1993
"Afterburn" Starring Laura Dern, HBO. Directed by Robert Markowitz. Written by Elizabeth Chandler. Executive Producer Steve Tisch. [Cable Ace Award: Best Score, 1993]

1992
"Fugitive Among Us" Starring Peter Strauss and Eric Roberts, ABC. Directed by Michael Toshiyuki Uno. Written by Mike Cochran and Gordon Greisman. Executive Producer Andrew Adelson.

1990
"TV101" (pilot) Starring Sam Roberts and Brynn Thayer, GTG. Created, Directed and Executive Produced by Karl Schaefer.

1989
"After Midnight" (pilot) Starring Marg Helgenberger, Marc McClure and Ed Monaghan, MGM/ABC. Directed by Tony Richardson. Written by Ken Wheat and Jim Wheat. Executive Producers Allan Dennis and Barry J. Hirsch.

1986
"The Equalizer" (pilot) Starring Edward Woodward and Robert Lansing, Studios USA/CBS. Created by Michael Sloan. Executive Producers Stuart Cohen, James Duff McAdams and Michael Sloan.

1985
"The Ewoks and the Droids" ABC/ Lucasfilm. Created by George Lucas

Composer Credits List - Other
2008
"Indeepandance", Milano

2003
"La Notte della Taranta" Melpignano, Puglia

2002
"Orchestralli" Orchestra Ueca, Milano

1999
"Caya, Eve and Grace" Catania Music Festival

1994
"Casque of Amontillado" Libretto: David Bamberger

1993
"Noah's Ark, Solcheeka" Seattle Symphony Orchestra

1992
"Horse Opera" Opera for Channel 4, UK

1989
"Holy Blood and the Crescent Moon" Cleveland Opera

1988
"Emilio" Trento Ballet Co, Italy

1986
"King Lear" San Francisco Ballet, Michael Smuin Domani sera controllo la discografia
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