Harry Manfredini

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Harry Manfredini (born August 25, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American film composer and jazz-soloist, who has scored more than one hundred films, most notably perhaps being the Friday the 13th film series.[1] He has had years of classical training, as well as twenty years in the popular music scene.[2] His style of music compares to Bernard Herrmann.

He is still active in Hollywood.

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