Prolific composer who worked mainly in TV and film, but began concentrating on traditional and jazz composition in 2000. His initial film rating was for “Divorce American Style” from 1967. His music research took place on the College or university of Colorado at Boulder that he graduated using a bachelor’s level in 1956. He constructed the theme tracks for “IT REQUIRES a Thief,” “Maude,” “Baretta,” “St. Somewhere else,” “The Name of the overall game,” and various other classic American Television shows. His dad Henri was a Latvian immigrant and a violinist, and his mom, Rosabelle, was a pianist. He have scored the 1975 politics thriller “Three Times of the Condor,” starring Robert Redford.