Bernard Ebbinghouse

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Bernard Ebbinghouse (born March 18, 1927 in Düsseldorf , † February 24, 2012 in West Molesey , Surrey ) was a British jazz and entertainment musician , who was also known for his film scores .

Ebbinghouse, who moved to England in 1935, arranged for Geraldo , Kurt Edelhagen , the NDR big band , Caterina Valente and Placido Domingo . He also directed his own studio orchestra, with which he accompanied pop singers like Cliff Richard . He also composed for television ( John Barry played his theme tune for The Human Jungle with his Seven ), for Edgar Wallace films and numerous other feature films. In the 1960s and 1970s he released soundtrack albums and easy listening music.

Filmography (selection)

  • 1961: The Clue of the Silver Key
  • 1961: Attempt to Kill
  • 1961: Man Detained
  • 1962: Diamonds of Death: Solo for Inspector Sparrow (Scotland Yard accepts the Challenge)
  • 1962: The Dagger in the Back (Death Trap)
  • 1962: Scotland Yard takes its Revenge
  • 1963: mixed up partners (change partners)
  • 1963: Edgar Wallace: One can win (On the Run)
  • 1963: Kisses for the Killer (Ricochet)
  • 1963: Accidental Death
  • 1968: The pill was to blame for everything (Prudence at the Pill)
  • 1970: Homicide (Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly)
  • 1973: Tales That Witness Madness

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Individual evidence

  1. Eddi Fiegel John Barry: A Sixties Theme: From James Bond to Midnight Cowboy London 2001