|Years active 1973-present|
Name Bruce Smeaton
|Born 5 March 1938 (age 77) (1938-03-05) Australia|
Albums Roxanne, Iceman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Awards AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score
Music director Roxanne, The Cars That Ate Paris, Iceman, Evil Angels, The Great MacArthy
Similar People Fred Schepisi, John Romeril, Peter Weir, Steve Martin, Barry Humphries
Bruce smeaton 432 hz 12 octaves iceman movie main title theme 1984
Bruce Smeaton (born 5 March 1938) is an Australian composer who is well known for a variety of Australian film and television scores in all genres, including features, shorts, television, documentaries and advertisements. His scores include Picnic at Hanging Rock, Seven Little Australians, Roxanne, Iceman, and Circle of Iron. He has won the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Best Original Music Score award for The Cars That Ate Paris (1974), The Great Macarthy (1975), The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) and Street Hero (1984, shared with Garth Porter and others).
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- Bruce smeaton scores the iceman
- Feature films
- Short films
- Television shows
Bruce smeaton scores the iceman
Smeaton was born in Brighton, Victoria. His music has been championed by the Southern Cross Records and 1M1 Records labels.
In 1964 he spent time as a public school music teacher, at Fawkner Technical School (then an all-boys school) in the Moomba Park area of North Fawkner, a suburb of Melbourne. At the time he had a passionate interest in vintage cars which he would often bring to school.
His ground-breaking synthesized score for Wendy Cracked a Walnut was nominated for an ARIA Award in 1991 for Best Soundtrack / Cast / Show Album.
He currently lives in Binalong, New South Wales. He has been married twice & has three adult children.
Listed here is a selection of works for which Smeaton composed music.