Maurice Jarre, left, bows after receiving the European Achievement in World Cinema Award in 2005 from German director Volker Schloendorff, right, and Hungarian director Istvan Szabo at the annual European Film Awards in Berlin. Jarre, who began his musical career as a kettledrum player, became known for his use of ethnic instruments and synthesized sounds. He received worldwide recognition with "Lara's Song" from "Doctor Zhivago."
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