Australian music stars deceased in Natural causes

Here are 1 famous musicians from Australia died in Natural causes:

Tristram Cary

Tristram Cary (May 14, 1925 Oxford-April 24, 2008 Adelaide) a.k.a. Tristam Cary, Cary, Tristam, Cary, Tristram, Tristram Ogilvie Cary, OAM, Tristram Ogilvie Cary, Tristram Carry or Carry, Tristram was an Australian composer and film score composer.

His albums: Blood From the Mummy's Tomb, Doctor Who: Devils' Planets, It's Time for Tristram Cary (Works for Film, Television, Exhibition & Sculpture) and The Quatermass Film Music Collection.

Cary was born in Oxford, England and developed an interest in music at a young age. During World War II, he served as a radar operator for the Royal Navy and later studied at Trinity College, Cambridge. He became interested in electronic music and helped establish the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, where he worked on music for television and radio programs including the sci-fi series Doctor Who.

In addition to his work in electronic music, Cary composed music for films such as The Ladykillers, Quatermass and the Pit, and Blood from the Mummy's Tomb. He was also a pioneer of musique concrete, a form of music that utilizes recorded sounds as musical elements.

Later in his career, Cary taught at universities in England and Australia, and continued to compose music until his death in Adelaide in 2008. Cary received many honors and awards, including the Medal of the Order of Australia for his contributions to music.

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