Larry Groupé

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Lawrence Nash Groupé, born April 1957, best known as Larry Groupé, is an American film score composer for Immediate Music's offshoot label, Imperativa Records. His most popular works include the score for Rod Lurie's movies Deterrence and The Contender. In 2004, he was nominated for the Emmy Award to the best original score for the TV series Line of Fire. He later won the Emmy with the score for documentary film Jonas Salk: Personally Speaking.

In the early 2000s (decade), Groupé has collaborated with British progressive rock band Yes for their 2001 Magnification album. He also toured with Yes for part of their promotional tour for the album, Yessymphonic.

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