David Carbonara

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David Carbonara is a film and TV composer as well as a music editor. Most recently his music has been featured in the TV series Mad Men, for which he is the series composer.

As a film music editor he has worked with several composers, including Rachel Portman, Michel LeGrand and Howard Shore. He has worked on such films as The Lake House, The Cider House Rules, Chocolat and Jonathan Demme's The Truth About Charlie.

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As a composer he has produced soundtracks for the several, mainly indie, films:

  1. Giuliani Time (2006 documentary)
  2. The Guru (2002)
  3. Fast Food Fast Women (2000)
  4. Amélia (2000)
  5. The Young Girl and the Monsoon (1999)
  6. Spanking the Monkey (1994)

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