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Composer Billy Goldenberg Death – Dead | Passed Away – Obituary

Billy Goldenberg Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. Billy Goldenberg was an Emmy Winning American composer and songwriter who was best known for his great works on films and television series. He passed away on August 3 at the age of 84.

friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Billy Goldenberg.

Billy Goldenberg has passed away. He was the Musical Director of Elvis Presley’s 1968 television special. He was 84 years old. Goldenberg, shared his memories of Elvis at Graceland during Elvis Week 2018.

William Goldenberg
(February 10, 1936 – August 4, 2020)

Goldenberg also served as the Musical Director for the The Ann-Margret Show, An Evening with Diana Ross and others. He received an Emmy Award in 1975 for the CBS miniseries Benjamin Franklin and again in 1978 for the NBC miniseries King. He received 22 Emmy nominations in total. Goldenberg served as musical accompanist for An Evening with Elaine May and Mike Nichols as well as for Bea Arthur on Broadway: Just Between Friends. He was also the composer of the Michael Bennett-directed Broadway musical Ballroom, based on the television special Queen of the Stardust Ballroom, which he also composed.

One of the great regrets of my Hollywood career is that I never got to work with Billy Goldenberg, one of my favorite composers for film and television. He wrote the sweet, lyrical score for the TV movie SILENT NIGHT LONELY NIGHT, as well as music for, among many other series and films, NIGHT GALLERY, QUEEN OF THE STARDUST BALLROOM, RED SKY AT MORNING, DUEL, and THE NAME OF THE GAME (one episode, “All the Old Familiar Faces,” featured a modern-day Greek chorus, and another, the powerful science fiction parable “L.A. 2017,” was greatly enhanced by Goldenberg’s eerie, futuristic theme). My friend Gary Gerani is working on a documentary about his often underappreciated career (and I say “underappreciated” because even doesn’t have a complete list of his voluminous credits). R.I.P. to a master of his craft.

I am devastated! I just got the news that my dear lifelong friend Billy Goldenberg just passed away! Billy and I became close friends immediately when I directed “Hullabaloo” for NBC’s “Hullabaloo” in 1965. We continued our close friendship ever since. Sharon and I went to see Billy in Palm Springs right before the pandemic hit to see his and his collaboration with Alan and Marilyn Bregman’s wonderful musical “Ballroom” and he was so excited about their musical returning to Broadway! Billy was the sweetest, most talented and creative talent that I ever had the privilege to know and collaborate with in my career! Billy was responsible for the amazing comeback of Elvis and without his arrangements and score on the 1968 NBC Elvis Special, Elvis’ career might have ended right there’and then! I’m still in shock and will miss him dearly for the rest of my life!

Such sad news! Billy was my neighbor in NYC for many years & we stayed close friends. I first met him standing distraught in the hallway when he‘d accidentally set off his smoke alarm while grilling salmon & didn’t know how to turn it off! I showed him how. #BillyGoldenberg

So sad to learn that the great Billy Goldenberg has died. He was my favorite TV composer. Columbo. Duel. Kojak. Night Gallery. I just learned tonight he called his distinct style “Romantic Mysticism,” the subject of a documentary coming soon. RIP.

Billy Goldenberg, a four-time Emmy-winning composer whose vast body of work includes the themes for KOJAK and RHODA and the scores for theatrical and television films including THE LAST OF SHEILA, HELTER SKELTER and DUEL, has died at the age of 84. #RIP

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