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James Horner
August 14, 1953 - June 22, 2015
Los Angeles, California

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Posted by: Zoe Potter - columbia, MO
Sep 30, 2017

The day you left this world caused the biggest blow for me because you are my favorite musician and you were taken too soon :( You have made countless memories in movies with your music and that will last a lifetime. You will always be an inspiration for me and this loss is going to be difficult for me to get over. Thank you very much for everything, Maestro. My prayers are with the friends and family of James Roy Horner (August 14, 1953- June 22, 2015)

Posted by: Manna - Silver Spring, MD - Fan
Sep 23, 2015


I would like to take this opportunity to first say I am so sorry for your lost to the Horner family and friends. And to thank you Mr. Horner for your amazing gift of music you so graciously shared with us that will always be here long after we all are gone. The music you had yet to write is now shared with our Lord in the heavens for all eternity..Rest now on angels wings Mr. Horner..

Posted by: Emily Hampton - austin, TX
Jul 13, 2015


James, you were a great composer and person. You're music still resonates through us. I wish I could have met you. Maybe we will meet in another life. For now, Rest in Peace.

Posted by: Tom Bowman - Northville, MI
Jun 29, 2015

James is the reason I play music. I am still young and growing up still but I live his music and as long as I live I want to be a composer like him. Even though I don't know James his music will always hold a special place in my heart. I'm always constantly listening to his music from Titanic and Avatar. When James Cameron said the orchestra loved him I believe it because I live him and I am in a schools orchestra in my third year.

Posted by: Zoe Potter - Columbia, MO - Friend Violinist fellow Composer
Jun 27, 2015

Although I never knew James I always admired him and held him responsible for me wanting to play violin everyday. His music was as big as his heart. I will never forget his score for Titanic

Posted by: Zoe Potter - Columbia, MO - Admirer
Jun 27, 2015


God Bless You...

Posted by: ALTEN MENDEZ - SC - Friend
Jun 26, 2015

I grew up listening to his music...chose Music composition because of his influence and think i am a better composer because I was indirectly taught by him. The first 'song' I fell in love with was his 'Somewhere out there' when i was a young boy. Kept following him ever since.

Sincere condolences from Malta

Posted by: Steven Psaila - Malta - Fellow Composer
Jun 25, 2015

Very sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to the Horner family and friends. (Hosea 13:14, Revelation 21:3,4)

Posted by: NM - AZ
Jun 24, 2015