Robert "Bob" Cobert (born October 26, 1924) is an American musical composer who has written for television and movies. He is best known for his work for the TV mini-series The Winds of War and War and Remembrance. Together, the film scores for these two movies constitute the longest film score ever written for a movie. Cobert is also known for his early work as the composer for the soap opera Dark Shadows and for composing the score for the 1972 TV movie The Night Stalker, together with The Night Strangler, which would become the pilots for the TV series Kolchak: The Night Stalker.
He has written several pieces for violist John Peskey including "Concert Piece for Viola and Small Orchestra" (which Peskey commissioned and premiered with the South Dakota Symphony). "Contrasts" for Viola and Cello, "Three Moods for Two Violas" and "Music for Only One Lonely Viola" also for Peskey.