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February 16, 2007
Dallas Composer Jerrold Immel Celebrated at 70
Journal focuses on respected TV scorer's life and career; new collection at UCLA

The Cue Sheet, Vol. 21, No. 3 (July 2006)
Jerrold Immel at 70, a deluxe double-issue of The Film Music Society's acclaimed quarterly journal The Cue Sheet, Vol. 21, No. 3/4 (July/October 2006), is now available.

Immel, one of Hollywood's most respected composers for more than three decades, made lasting contributions to the art of television scoring with his themes and scores for Dallas, Knots Landing, Paradise, How the West Was Won and other series.

This special issue of The Cue Sheet explores Immel's life and career through unique reminiscences by Dallas and Knots Landing creator David Jacobs; and anecdotes by colleague and fellow composer Bruce Broughton about their early days at CBS. Immel himself shares some personal reflections about his upbringing and growth as a young composer; and a Q & A conducted by journalist Jon Burlingame offers historical insights into Immel's contributions and experiences in the world of television and film music.

The issue also features a detailed inventory of music manuscripts and related production documents from The Jerrold Immel Collection, catalogued by historian Marilee Bradford on behalf of The Film Music Society for UCLA Music Special Collections.

The Jerrold Immel at 70 issue of The Cue Sheet has now been shipped to all FMS members and is available to the general public for $15 plus s/h. Current FMS members can purchase additional copies for $12 plus s/h. A subscription to The Cue Sheet is free with membership to The Film Music Society. Memberships are tax-deductible. Please visit the Society's membership page to learn more about supporting the preservation of film and television music history.


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