A Selected and Representative List of Movie and Television Scores Recorded by Gary Gray

Ron Jones
"Family Guy" television series

Walter Murphy
"American Dad" television series

Bruc Babcock
"Murder, She Wrote"** television series
"Matlock"* television series

David Bell
"Murder, She Wrote"** television series
"Star Trek...Next Generation"* television series

Roger Bolton
Their Eyes Were Dry*

Bruce Broughton
Disney Theme Park & TV music
Bambi 2
"Warm Springs" for HBO
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids*

Christopher Caliendo
Major Dundee

Alf Clausen
"Moonlighting"* television series
"The Simpsons"* television series

Don Davis
"Beauty and the Beast"* television series
Jurassic Park III*
Behind Enemy Lines*
Matrix I, II & III*

John Debney
Bruce Almighty*
Cats &amspan ; Dogs
Emperor's New Groove*
Scorpian King
Snow Dogs
Spy Kids 2

George Del Barrio
"Pancho Villa"** HBO television

Danny Elfman
Nightmare Before Christmas* (some of the solos)
Good Will Hunting*

Charles Fox
The Last Married Couple in America* (featured on the Mozart Concerto, first movement)
9 to 5*

Elliot Goldenthal
Public Enemies*
Batman I & II*


Miles Goodman
What About Bob*
He Said/She Said*
Dunston Checks In*

Dave Grusin
On Golden Pond*

James Horner
Cocoon I &amspan ; II*
Star Trek 2-6*
Searching for Bobby Fisher*
Field of Dreams*
Swing Kids*
Perfect Storm*

James Newton Howard
Prince of Tides
The Fugitive**
My Best Friend's Wedding*
Vertical Limit
Perfect Murder

Damon Intrabartolo
Superman Returns

Rolfe Kent
Just Like Heaven
Legally Blonde I and II*

Henry Mancini
"Remington Steele" TV Theme
"The Thorn Birds"* TV mini-series

Allen Menkin
(Disney projects)

The Little Mermaid*
Beauty and the Beast*

Randy Newman
A Bug's Life
Toy Story I & II
Monsters Inc.

Thomas Newman
Cinderella Man
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
The Horse Whisperer*
Meet Joe Black*
American Beauty*
The Shawshank Redemption*
The Green Mile*
Road to Perdition*
Finding Nemo*
Angels in America*
John Ottman
Superman Returns

Basil Poledouris
Free Willy I & II*
Hunt for Red October*
Quigley Down Under* (featured)
Starshispan Troopers*

Lalo Schifrin
After the Sunset
Rush Hour I & II*
Bringing Down the House*

Marc Shaiman
City Slicker I &amspan ; II**
Sleepless in Seattle
Patch Adams

Alan Silvestri
Back to the Future I, II, III
Forrest Gumspan *
Mouse Hunt*
Parent Traspan *
Stuart Little I & II*
The Mummy Returns
What Women Want

Shirley Walker
"Batman" television series
Final Destination*

Mark Watters
Kronk's New Groove

John Williams
Empire of the Sun
Home Alone I & II
Schindler's List
The Patriot

Alex Wurman
Hollywood Homicide**

Christopher Young
Rounders* (screen credit)
Murder at 1600*
Wonder Boys**

Jerry Goldsmith
Psycho II
Star Trek I*
Gremlins I & II*
Air Force One

*Prominent solos&nbsspan ; **Featured on some of the solos.
Note: on some soundtracks, more than one clarinetist may be heard in prominent roles.

Other Television Credits

Gary Gray's recording of the Copland Clarinet Concerto recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London was used as underscoring for segments of "The War." This PBS documentary on World War II by Ken Burns first aired on September, 2007.

"Family Guy"
"American Dad"
"The Simpsons"
"King of the Hill"*
"Beauty and the Beast"
"Desperate Housewives"

"Hawaii Five-0"
"Knot's Landing"
"L.A. Law"
"Marcus Welby, M.D."
"Murder, She Wrote"
"The Rockford Files"
"The Waltons"
"West Wing"
"Hart to Hart"

Sting DVD of US Tour - 2010
Andrea Bocelli - West Coast Tour - Dec. 2009
Josh Groban - 2009
Shirley Jones - 2009
Bernadette Peters - 2008
Beyonce - 2008
2008 Grammy's
Paul McCartney - 2007
Aretha Franklin
Dixie Chicks
Brad Meldau
Gregory Smith
Music for Disney Theme Park in Hong Kong



Recorded new music for the submarine ride at Disneyland. The ride has been re-designed for the first time since Disneyland opened. It's now called Nemo's Submarine Voyage.

The music was composed by Ed Kalnins, who orchestrated for Bruce Broughton on previous Disney projects. It was dejavu for me because I played for the Disney/Pixar movie of Finding Nemo for composer, Thomas Newman.


"The Brothers Warner"

A feature documentary written and directed by Cass Warner (grandaughter of Harry Warner) with music by David Campbell. Clarinet solos in the underscoring by Gary Gray.


Additional Credits

Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Andrea Bocelli, Summer
Kenny Loggins, Summer
Played solo clarinet for the "Russian Concerts" series
John Mauceri/Conductor
with the Moisev Dance Company of Moscow

Stephen Hartke, "Sextet" on Für Wolfgang Amadeus CD
" Gary Gray handled the clarinet solos with stunning ease and as mellow and gorgeous a sound as may be possible on that instrument."
—Daniel Cariaga

"The happy peak of this concert was Gray's effortless, elegant and energetic playing of the Copland Clarinet Concerto."
—Daniel Cariaga

"The composer gave a clarinetist of Gray's caliber ample opportunity to float long, limber lines, which he did with effortless poise and eloquent point."
—John Henken

"Mozart's Clarinet Quintet K581 was sparked by Gray's stylish eloquence and technical dazzle."
—John Henken

"In Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Gary Gray astonished with his liquid clarinet solos."
—Mark Swed

Mozart, Concerto K622 with the San Francisco Symphony
" Clarinetist Gray is a musician right to the heart...his inspired phrasing made the music alive with conversation. His performance was an exemplar of superior American wind playing."
—San Francisco Chronicle

Santa Monica Symphony
" Gray proved a lively soloist, technically at ease and affectionately shaping the singing lines. His playing of the second movement of the Weber Concerto had particular beauty, with single-breathed phrasing and hushed legato."
—Los Angeles Times

Aspen Music Festival
" Gray displayed strong control and rich softness of tone in the Poulenc Sonata. Brooks Smith's accompaniment throughout was perfection; his lightness of touch never obscured Gray. The audience loved their Poulenc!"
—Aspen Times

Japan Tour 1990
" Guest Artist Gary Gray expressed the romanticism of the Brahms' E flat Clarinet Sonata with persuasive power at last night's Tsuda Hall Concert. He made an excellent case for his instrument as a solo vehicle and contributed much to the success of the All-Brahms Evening."
—Tokyo Monthly Concert Review

San Leandro Symphony
" Gray seemed one with his instrument during the Clarinet Concerto...his performance was flawless."
—Oakland Tribune

"I imagine a talk with Gary Gray would be a rewarding experience. If his clarinet playing is a guide, he would be a perfect conversationalist, as ready to listen as to contribute a well-turned phrase. The jazzy wit of copland and the urbane good humor of Arnold both benefit from Gray's subtle artistry."
—Which Compact Disc Magazine

"Gray's exemplary performance of the Rossini variations is a new B flat Clarinet version...he is a first-rate player!"
—Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine

"A gifted colorist, this soloist exhibits with rare intelligence his instrument's large palette of sonorities, particularly in the Dance Preludes of Lutoslawski. Gray is a musician who deserves our special attention."
—Diapason Magazine, France

"Gray's tender and varied version of the Copland Concerto gives equal prominence to the work's lyric spans and its more obvious jazz's a terrific recording."
—Los Angeles Times

"Gray may have the best sound of any clarinetist in the music business. I recommend this Sonata CD which is a highly-polished piece of work and enjoyable throughout."
—Fanfare Magazine

"An album of twentieth century favorites which received fine performances from this accomplished American artist. His warm round tone is used to maximum effect on works such as the Debussy Rhapsodie and the Saint-Saëns Sonata, whilst pieces such as the Bernstein Sonata and Malcolm Arnold Sonatina are brimming with excitement and display Gray's impressive technique. Clifford Benson's accompaniments are, as usual, superb."
—Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine