Bernhard Kaun

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Bernhard Kaun
Born(1899-04-05)April 5, 1899
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
DiedMarch 1, 1980(1980-03-01) (aged 80)
Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany
Occupation(s) Composer

Bernhard Kaun (5 April 1899 – 3 January 1980) was an American composer and orchestrator. [1] He is known for Frankenstein (1931) theme.

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References

  1. Mera, Miguel; Sadoff, Ronald; Winters, Ben (25 May 2017). The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound. Routledge. p. 476. ISBN   9781317398974.