Vangelis, Greek composer renowned for ‘Chariots of Fire’ score, dies at 79 • FRANCE 24 English

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Vangelis, the Greek composer whose rousing electronic theme music for the Oscar-winning ‘Chariots of Fire’ was one of the best-known film scores of the 1980s, has died at the age of 79, the Athens News Agency said on Thursday.

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