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Leonard Rosenman

About Leonard Rosenman

Born in 1924, Leonard Rosenman is an American film composer whose most notable scores include 1954's East of Eden, 1955's Rebel Without a Cause and two Academy Award-winning scores: 1975's Barry Lyndon and 1976's Bound for Glory. He also scored a pair of Planet of the Apes movies and the second installment in the Robocop trilogy. In the mid-'90s, Rosenman was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative brain condition, which ended his creative output.

Listen toLeonard Rosenmanon Rhapsody

Born in 1924, Leonard Rosenman is an American film composer whose most notable scores include 1954's East of Eden, 1955's Rebel Without a Cause and two Academy Award-winning scores: 1975's Barry Lyndon and 1976's Bound for Glory. He also scored a pair of Planet of the Apes movies and the second installment in the Robocop trilogy. In the mid-'90s, Rosenman was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative brain condition, which ended his creative output.

About Leonard Rosenman

Born in 1924, Leonard Rosenman is an American film composer whose most notable scores include 1954's East of Eden, 1955's Rebel Without a Cause and two Academy Award-winning scores: 1975's Barry Lyndon and 1976's Bound for Glory. He also scored a pair of Planet of the Apes movies and the second installment in the Robocop trilogy. In the mid-'90s, Rosenman was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative brain condition, which ended his creative output.

About Leonard Rosenman

Born in 1924, Leonard Rosenman is an American film composer whose most notable scores include 1954's East of Eden, 1955's Rebel Without a Cause and two Academy Award-winning scores: 1975's Barry Lyndon and 1976's Bound for Glory. He also scored a pair of Planet of the Apes movies and the second installment in the Robocop trilogy. In the mid-'90s, Rosenman was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative brain condition, which ended his creative output.