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David Bell (composer)

David Bell (born April 17, 1954) is an American composer, known for his music for television shows. From 1984 to 1991 he contributed music to 79 episodes of Murder, She Wrote, 5 episodes of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman", followed by 66 episodes of Star Trek shows from 1994 to 2003. In 2002 he won the ASCAP Award (Top TV Series) for Enterprise, shared with the series' other regular composers.

Television scores (partial)

"Episode(s)" denotes the listing may be incomplete.

Year Title Info On CD?
1984 Murder, She Wrote 80 Episodes:
Seasons one to seven
NO
1987 In the Heat of the Night 53 Episodes (included: one TV movie):
Season two to last season, and one TV movie ("Season 8") "Grow Old Along With Me", the finale of the whole thing.
NO
198 Jake and the Fatman Episode(s):
"Put Your Dreams Away"
"You Turned the Tables on Me"
"Out of Nowhere"
NO
1993 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman All Episodes:
"Rite of Passage"
"Heroes"
"The Operation"
"The Secret" (additional music; Olvis main composer)
"Portraits" (main composer; theme and additional by Olvis; season finale)
NO

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • David Bell at Star Trek Soundtracks


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