Oh, there are so many that it's impossible to tell. But I have to say that Bernard Herrmann was a complete genius and his score for VERTIGO is probably the most hauntingly beautiful score of all time. I also love Maurice Jarre's work for David Lean (Lawrence of Arabia is his first and his best), but also some of his more "modern" work, like the theme of Dead Poets Society, which is beautiful. James Horner is sometimes almost as good as John Williams. Star Trek 2 is awesome, and Legends of the Fall is very, very beautiful, much better than the film itself! Willow is fantastic. I like Randy Newmans' score for "Awakenings". What else? Patrick Doyle's "Henry V" and "Much ado about Nothing" are tremendous pieces of music. Danny Elfman is always repetitive, but always good. Edward Scissorhands and Nightmare Before Christimas are his masterpieces. And I have to add japanese composer Jou Hisaishi, who is a genuine master. His scores for Hayao Miyazaki's films are wonderful. If you never heard of him, do try to listen to his work. "Kaze no tani no Naushika", "Laputa", "Tonari no Totoro", "Mononoke Hime", etc are real masterpieces. As I said before....it's impossible to list all.