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Jarre Nabs Prize

Maurice Jarre was honored as composer for “Ghost,” the top boxoffice film of 1990, at the sixth American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers Film & Television Music Awards April 22.

ASCAP president Morton Gould also presented a posthumous award to David Ross, whose credits included “The Stripper” and “Holiday For Strings,” as well as themes for the tv series “Little House On The Prairie” and “Bonanza.”

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