Biography

David Schwartz is a composer, noted for his scoring the music for the multiple Emmy Award-winning television series, Arrested Development, Deadwood, and numerous others. He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

He began composing music for television and film in 1990. The theme he wrote for his first network television series, Northern Exposure, resulted in a Grammy nomination. He ultimately scored every episode of Northern Exposure for its entire six seasons.

More recently, he has scored themes for numerous television productions, notably including Two of Us, Deadwood, Arrested Development, and Beverly Hills 90210.

MP3 versions of some of David’s work are available for free from his site: http://www.davidschwartzmusic.com/.

Edited by jmerry7 on 30 Apr 2010, 00:40

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