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The Lifetime Achievement Award is an award given each year at the World Soundtrack Awards. Like other awards at other award academies, this award recognizes lifetime dedication and excellence in a specific field, in this case TV and film score (and sometimes just music in general). It has been given to at least one person each year since the Awards' debut in 2001.

Recipients[edit]

Year Name Nationality
2001 Elmer Bernstein  United States
2002 George Martin  United Kingdom
2003 Maurice Jarre  France
2004 Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman  United States
2005 Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller  United States
2006 Peer Raben  Germany
2007 Mikis Theodorakis  Greece
2008 Angelo Badalamenti  United States
2009 Marvin Hamlisch  United States
2010 John Barry  United Kingdom
2011 Giorgio Moroder  Italy
2012 Pino Donaggio  Italy
2013 Riz Ortolani  Italy
2014 Francis Lai  France
2015 Patrick Doyle  United Kingdom
2016 Ryuichi Sakamoto  Japan
2017 David Shire  United States

References[edit]

World Soundtrack Awards at IMDb[unreliable source?]

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