epa02558597 File photo of British film music composer John Barry attending a Musical Celebration in honour of Elizabeth Taylor at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Britain, 26 May 2000. Composer John Barry, famous for his work on Born Free, Out of Africa and the James Bond films, has died aged 77 of a heart attack. Born John Barry Prendergast in 1933, the York-born musician first found fame as leader of the John Barry Seven. His arrangement of Monty Norman's James Bond theme led to him composing scores for 11 films in the series, among them Goldfinger and You Only Live Twice. His work saw him win five Oscars, while he received a Bafta fellowship in 2005. EPA/STR UK OUT
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