Patrick Williams (born April 23, 1939) is truly a composer for the 21st century. Over the past three decades, he has won acclaim in every realm of American music: jazz, popular, concert hall, film and television.
Biography: Nominated for the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for composing the groundbreaking orchestral work An American Concerto, he has won two GRAMMYs for his jazz arrangements, four Emmys for his television music, an Oscar nomination for film composition, and the prestigious Richard Kirk Award from… read more
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