Harry Gregson-Williams (born December 13, 1961) is a Golden Globe and Grammy-nominated British film score composer. Early in his career, Harry Gregson-Williams held a position in the 1980s as a music teacher to pupils at the Amesbury School in Hindhead, Surrey, England (his brother Rupert, also a film composer, also taught at Amesbury School during this period). He later taught music at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he had been a pupil, and also for a short period in Egypt.
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Andrew Adamson (liner notes), Andrew Adamson (producer), Harry Gregson-Williams (producer), Peter Cobbin (recording), Kirsty Whalley (editor), Lisbeth Scott (vocal), John Warhurst (editor), Meri Gavin (editor), Richard Allen Harvey (instrument), The Apollo Voices (vocal), The Bach Choir (vocal), Peter Cobbin (mix), Peter Cobbin (producer), Crouch End Festival Chorus (vocal), Richard Allen Harvey (instrument), Hugh Marsh (instrument)