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“Alan Williams is an accomplished composer and conductor whose film and television scores provide a fluidity of melody and enough varied nuances of texture and style to make his work defy categorization.” – Randall Larson Soundtrack Magazine

As a graduate from Brigham Young University, receiving a Bachelor of Music in Composition, and graduate work from the University of Southern California , Alan has provided unique and memorable musical scores to more than 50 motion pictures and television films in the past decade including the Academy Award nominated IMAX film, “Amazon”, Sony Pictures Classics’ “Mark Twain’s America” and some of the highest rated movies made for television. Alan composed the award-winning score to the animated film, “The Princess and the Pea” and also co-wrote the original songs with Grammy Award winning Lyricist David Pomeranz. He has been awarded the Insight Award for Excellence for his score to “Kilimanjaro: To the Roof of Africa” as well as 7 Accolade Awards for Best Original Score.

Hollywood Reporter, Daily Variety, Los Angeles Times, Box Office Magazine and LA Weekly have applauded Alan’s scores as, “relentlessly spectacular”, “exceptional”, “pure emotion”, “stirring adventure-movie score”, “tender melodies”, “thrilling”, “richly melodic”, “charming and romantic”, “touching”, “heartfelt”, “full of delight”, “a remarkable gift for melody and large-form orchestration”, “powerful, beautifully melodic, and abundantly textured.”

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  • nDroae

    redirected yay :)

    2 Feb 2009 Reply
  • nDroae

    John Williams? How about Alan Wiliams, there's a good wrong tag!

    6 May 2008 Reply

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