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Hi, my name is Craig Richard Lysy. I have been with my life partner Segundo since 1994 and we currently reside in North Hills California. I obtained a BS degree in Biology from Michigan State University and currently supervise a cardiopulmonary diagnostics services department at a local hospital. In addition to my passion for music, I enjoy tennis, hiking, my rose garden, traveling and socializing with friends.

The first score I recalled that made an impression was Bernstein's "To Kill a Mockingbird". I was very young and was greatly moved by the tenderness and sadness of the piano in the main title. I began collecting LPs in the 70s and transitioned to CDs in the 80s. I have at present over 2,810 CDs, and my collection has reached 5,600 scores. I am a frequent movie-goer as I wish to first experience the score within the context of the movie for which it was written.

I am a reviewer at Jon Broxton's wonderful Movie Music UK site with a portfolio to review Silver Age, Golden Age, re-recordings and archival release film scores. I have also launched a series call Fathers Of Film Music. I offer biopics for the great composers of the Golden Age, that includes a discussion of compositional style, legacy, awards, filmography and CD recommendations for those that wish to explore their canon. I am also a member of the International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA).

I try to find beauty in everything, as such I am able to appreciate and enjoy the efforts of all film score composers. I treasure all musicians as they provide us with beauty. As for my personal favorites, I love Miklos Rozsa as my favorite composer, as well as Horner, Williams, Delerue, Steiner and Barry for their melodic sensibilities and ability to evoke deep feelings in me.

I enjoy dialogue with my fellow score collectors as well as socializing with them and hope to meet you some day.

All the best.





Craig Richard Lysy



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