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The World's Greatest Music
Learn more about the films and the music of the legendary 1960s in this gallery including Maurice Jarre's Dr Zhivago and Henry Mancini's Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Having impressed with Lawrence of Arabia, David Lean commissioned Maurice Jarre to write the score for Dr Zhivago in 1965. Like Lawrence of Arabia, Jarre's score for Dr Zhivago won him an Oscar and earned a place in the American FIlm Institute's list of all-time greatest film scores. The most memorable moment of Jarre's score is the beautiful 'Lara's Theme'.
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