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  1. ‎Stripes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Elmer Bernstein on Apple Music Album · · 20 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  2. Elmer Bernstein, Composer: Far from Heaven. Elmer Bernstein was educated at the Walden School and New York University. He served in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. A prolific and respected film music composer, he was a protégé of Aaron Copland, who studied music with Roger Sessions and Stefan Wolpe. Bernstein worked in various artistic endeavors, including painting and the theatre.
  3. One of the seminal scores of the s, "Stripes" was a huge hit and featured a score by one of film music's greatest legends, yet still there was no soundtrack release. Elmer Bernstein's score for "Stripes" is a classic. For it he composed a march that was every bit as memorable as the one he wrote for "The Great Escape."/5(17).
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Stripes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Elmer Bernstein Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  5. Check out Stripes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Elmer Bernstein on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on terdinninayamoogunris.xyzinfo5/5(1).
  6. "Stripes" is the soundtrack album from the film Saturday Night Fever from Released: July 19, Genre: Soundtrack by Elmer Bernstein - Topic. Depression by Elmer Bernstein.
  7. Legendary composer/conductor Elmer Bernstein provided scores for some of Hollywood's greatest dramas (Cecil B. DeMille's Ten Commandments, The Magnificent Seven) but he was equally at home playing the straight man to comedy classics like Animal House, Airplane, and terdinninayamoogunris.xyzinfo he took on the Ivan Reitman military spoof Stripes with the utmost seriousness, crafting a rousing Patton 8/
  8. Jul 19,  · Overall, the CD is a satisfying experience, finally getting a long in demand score from Elmer Bernstein's great and illustrious career, during one of his high points, and for us "thirty-somethings", from our favorite period of movie memories.

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