Top Elliot Goldenthal Albums
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The Glorias (Original Motion Picture Score)
The Glorias (Original Motion Picture Score)
[2020]
A Midsummer Night's Dream
A Midsummer Night's Dream
[2017]
Goldenthal: The Tempest (Music from the Motion Picture)
Goldenthal: The Tempest (Music from the Motion Picture)
[2010]
The Tempest (Music from the Motion Picture)
The Tempest (Music from the Motion Picture)
[2010]
S.W.A.T. (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
S.W.A.T. (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2003]
Frida (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Frida (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
[2002]
Final Fantasy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Final Fantasy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2001]
In Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
In Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2000]
The Green Bird (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
The Green Bird (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
[2000]
Titus (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Titus (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[2000]
Othello (Suite from the Ballet)
Othello (Suite from the Ballet)
[1998]
Sphere (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Sphere (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[1998]
Batman Forever (Original Motion Picture Score)
Batman Forever (Original Motion Picture Score)
[1995]
Interview With the Vampire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Interview With the Vampire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[1994]
Golden Gate (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Golden Gate (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[1994]
Demolition Man (Original Motion Picture Score)
Demolition Man (Original Motion Picture Score)
[1993]
Related Information for Elliot Goldenthal
Elliot Goldenthal (born 2 May 1954 in Brooklyn, New York, USA) is an acclaimed Oscar and Golden Globe winning American composer of contemporary classical music.He was a student of Aaron Copland and John Corigliano, and is best known for his ability to blend various musical styles and techniques in original and inventive ways. Atonal and brutal in his action music, sometimes in underscore and tends to use very fast French horn bending tones/whining; although Goldenthal himself has said that he doesn't "hear" atonal and tonal, rather "…I don't have any differentiation in my head between tonal and atonal, I either hear melody or I hear sonority — I don't hear atonal or tonal so much."Biography:Bo... read more