14 Nominations

1 Win

Michel Legrand

Michel Legrand (born in Paris, France, February 24, 1932, died January 26, 2019), a composer, conductor and jazz pianist, composed the score for French movies like The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) by Jacques Demi. He wrote the score and the music for songs with lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman, “The Windmills of Our Minds” for The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) by Norman Jewison, “What Are You Doing the Rest Of Your Life?” for The Happy Ending (1969), “Breezy’s Song” for Breezy (1973) by Clint Eastwood, “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?” for Best Friends (1982) by Norman Jewison, “The Way He Makes Me Feel” and “Papa, Can You Hear Me?” for Yentl (1983) directed by and starring Barbra Streisand. He wrote the score and the song “Yesterday’s Dream” for Falling In Love Again (1980). He composed the score for Wuthering Heights (1970) with Timothy Dalton, Le Mans (1971) with Steve McQueen, Summer of ’42 (1971) with Jennifer O’Neill, The Go-Between (1971) by Jospeh Losey, Lady Sings the Blues (1972) with Diana Ross, Atlantic City (1980) by Louis Malle.

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