Score Productions is an American musical production company specializing in background music and themes for television programs. Started in 1963 by music producer Robert A. Israel, Score has created some of the most recognizable tunes in America — most identifiable by just a few notes.
Among the composers who worked for Score Productions are Charles Fox, Walt Levinsky, Ken Bichel, Jonathan L. Segal, Arthur B. Rubinstein, Dick Lieb, Michel Camilo, Chuck Loeb, Billy Barber, Steve Siler, Deborah Hurwitz, Jim McHugh, Irving "Benny" Robbin, Bob Cobert, Charles Gross, Glen Daum, Herb Harris, Paul Epstein, Birch Johnson, Richard Sussman, Doug Cuomo, Greg Reitan, Les Fradkin and Gary M. Anderson. Edd Kalehoff, a pioneer in the use of the Moog synthesizer, also composed music for Score.
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