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old in his native Toronto.
"I rented a clarinet because of
Benny Goodman," he said. "Actually,
my mother rented me one. It came in
a shoebox with tissue paper because
we couldn't afford a case. My mother
played piano, and I played clarinet."
Shore's family was very active in the
Toronto Jewish community, where his
father was the founding president of
Beth Shalom Synagogue on Eglington
Street in 1953.
In the late 1960s, Shore entered
Berklee School of Music in Boston.
Afterward, he began playing success-
fully in a rock band. In 1975, he was
the foundinc, music director of

Saturday Night Live.
"Film music was my third career. I
had always been composing," Shore
said. "I chose film as a way to have
my compositional ideas recorded.
His more than 50 film scores
include those for Panic Room, Analyze
This, Dogma, That Thing You Do!,
Seven, Ed Wood, M Butterfly, Mrs.
DoubOre, Philadelphia, The Silence of
the Lambs, Big and The Fly.

But the Rings scores, according to
Shore, are different. "The most excit-
ing thing for me is the Tolkien lan-
guages," he said.
For The Fellowship of the Ring,
Shore wrote choir music in five dif-
ferent languages created by Tolkien,
who was an Oxford University lin-
guistics professor.
For The Two Towers, Shore added a
sixth language: "Most of the singing
in Rohan and Helm's Deep (locations
in the film) is Old English. It is
essentially Beowulf," he said.
The Lord of the Rings scores are
Shore's largest-scale soundtracks to
date.
Of the filmed versions of the story,
he said, "We know that we carry
great responsibility to do justice to
this literary classic. We are all at the
service of the ring." ❑

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