Brian May (Australian composer)

Brian May
Brian May (28 July 1934 – 25 April 1997) was an Australian film composer and conductor who was a prominent figure during the Australian New Wave.wikipedia
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Mad Max 2

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He is perhaps best known for his scores to Mad Max and Mad Max 2. He composed more than 30 feature film scores, including Gallipoli, Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Dr. Giggles and one episode of Tales from the Crypt.
The musical score for Mad Max 2 was composed and conducted by Australian composer Brian May, who had previously composed the music for the first film.

Australian New Wave

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Brian May (28 July 1934 – 25 April 1997) was an Australian film composer and conductor who was a prominent figure during the Australian New Wave.

Mad Max

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He is perhaps best known for his scores to Mad Max and Mad Max 2. He composed more than 30 feature film scores, including Gallipoli, Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Dr. Giggles and one episode of Tales from the Crypt.
The musical score for Mad Max was composed and conducted by Australian composer Brian May (not to be confused with the guitarist of the English rock band Queen).

Rush (1974 TV series)

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A breakthrough for May was the drama series Rush, set on the 19th-century Victorian goldfields.
The theme to the series, was released as a hit single in Australia by Brian May and the ABC Showband (b/w The Theme from Seven Little Australians) on the Image record label in 1974.

Return to Eden

May changed this by writing and arranging the themes for television programmes, including Bellbird, Return to Eden, The Last Frontier, A Dangerous Life and Darling of the Gods.
A soundtrack album for the series, featuring music composed by Brian May (not to be confused with the Queen guitarist) was released on vinyl during the show's original airing.

Snapshot (film)

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The musical soundtrack was produced for release by Brian May and Phillip Powers for the 1M1 Records label many years later on CD under its overseas title.

A Dangerous Life

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May changed this by writing and arranging the themes for television programmes, including Bellbird, Return to Eden, The Last Frontier, A Dangerous Life and Darling of the Gods.

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

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He composed more than 30 feature film scores, including Gallipoli, Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Dr. Giggles and one episode of Tales from the Crypt.
On September 3, 1991, Varèse Sarabande released an album of Brian May's score.

Gallipoli (1981 film)

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He composed more than 30 feature film scores, including Gallipoli, Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Dr. Giggles and one episode of Tales from the Crypt.
The original music was provided by Australian composer Brian May (who had also scored Mad Max).

Patrick (1978 film)

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The musical score for Patrick was composed and conducted by Australian composer Brian May, who previously composed the music for Franklin's The True Story of Eskimo Nell and was produced by Philip Powers for release on CD with a few short cues of additional music not on the initial LP album.

Countdown (Australian TV series)

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May also composed the theme to the highly successful Countdown television series launched by the Melbourne Show Band.

AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score

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Dr. Giggles

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He composed more than 30 feature film scores, including Gallipoli, Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Dr. Giggles and one episode of Tales from the Crypt.

Sky Pirates

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The music in Sky Pirates was composed by Brian May, who also scored the first two Mad Max films.

Death Before Dishonor (film)

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