Alexander Courage Pt 4 of 4





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Published on Aug 18, 2006

Part 4 looks at Courage's TV career including scores to Lost in Space, Judd for the Defense and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea before focusing on his most known composition...the theme to Star Trek. After the awards presentation, stick around for the campy Ann Margaret singing Everything Makes Music from The Pleasure Seekers.

Best known as the composer of the Theme from Star Trek, Alexander Courage worked for over 5 decades in Hollywood as a composer, orchestrator, arranger and conductor for classic films from Some Like it Hot through The Mummy. He helped create the classic sound of the MGM Musical and contributed to the very best of the genre. The Malibu Celebration of Film awarded him their first annual award, named in his honor in 2005. John Williams hosts this tribute documentary which I had the great pleasure to put together... I hope you like it.

  • Category

  • Song

    • Banjo Trek
  • Artist

    • Steve "Rabbit" Easter
  • Album

    • Friends
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • Matter Music (on behalf of Daywind Records), and 1 Music Rights Societies


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