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Stephen Warbeck

Stephen Warbeck
Born (1953-05-03) 3 May 1953
Southampton, Hampshire England
Genres classical music, film music
Occupation(s) composer
Website /stephen-warbeck.uk.counitedagents

Stephen Warbeck (born 3 May 1953) is an English composer, best known for his film and television scores.

Warbeck was born in Southampton, Hampshire. He first became known for the music for Prime Suspect and won an Academy Award for his score for Shakespeare in Love. He won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music in a Play in 1994.

Warbeck attended Bristol University, and began his career as an actor. He plays the accordion and co-leads the group The hKippers (the 'h' is silent)[1] with Paul Bradley.

Film scores

Awards and nominations

Academy Awards

Academy Award for Original Music Score-Best Original Score-Musical & Comedy Score

BAFTA Awards

BAFTA Award for Best Film Music-Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music

BAFTA TV Award for Best Original Television Music

BMI Film & TV Awards

BMI Film Music Award

Cannes International Film Festival Awards

Jury Prize for Feature Films

European Film Awards

Best Composer Award

Ghent International Film Festival Awards

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 'THE IMPACT OF MUSIC ON FILM'-Georges Delerue Award for Best Music

Grammy Awards

Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

Other

References

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  2. ^ Simorgh coveted prize for Oscar-winning composer Warbeck Iran Daily

External links

Stephen Warbeck at the Internet Movie Database


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