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'''Paul Baillargeon''' ([[Star Trek birthdays|born]] {{y|1944}}) is a composer who wrote music for {{s|DS9}}, {{s|VOY}}, and {{s|ENT}}. He shared an [[ASCAP Award]] for his work on ''Enterprise'' in {{y|2002}} with [[Dennis McCarthy]], [[Jay Chattaway]], [[David Bell]], and [[Diane Warren]]. Some of Baillargeon's DS9 scores were released as part of the ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Collection]]''.
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'''Paul Baillargeon''' ([[Star Trek birthdays|born]] {{y|1944}}) is a composer who wrote music for {{s|4}}, {{s|5}}, and {{s|6}}. He shared an [[ASCAP Award]] for his work on ''Enterprise'' in {{y|2002}} with [[Dennis McCarthy]], [[Jay Chattaway]], [[David Bell]], and [[Diane Warren]]. Some of Baillargeon's DS9 scores were released as part of the ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Collection]]''.
   
 
Born in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Baillargeon worked as composer, conductor, and music arranger since 1970 with credits such as the drama ''Love in a 4 Letter World'' (1970), the comedy ''Loving and Laughing'' (1971), the comedy ''Keep It in the Family'' (1973), the television series ''The Big Blue Marble'' (1977) and ''Curious George'' (1980), the comedy ''Les chiens chauds'' (1980), the drama ''Yesterday'' (1981), the television drama ''The Brass Ring'' (1983), the drama ''Somewhere, Tomorrow'' (1983), the science fiction film ''Anna to the Infinite Power'' (1983, directed by [[Robert Wiemer]]) in which he also had a cameo part, the television drama ''The Night Train to Kathmandu'' (1988, with [[Kavi Raz]]), and the mini series ''Piège infernal'' (1989) and ''La misère des riches'' (1989).
 
Born in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Baillargeon worked as composer, conductor, and music arranger since 1970 with credits such as the drama ''Love in a 4 Letter World'' (1970), the comedy ''Loving and Laughing'' (1971), the comedy ''Keep It in the Family'' (1973), the television series ''The Big Blue Marble'' (1977) and ''Curious George'' (1980), the comedy ''Les chiens chauds'' (1980), the drama ''Yesterday'' (1981), the television drama ''The Brass Ring'' (1983), the drama ''Somewhere, Tomorrow'' (1983), the science fiction film ''Anna to the Infinite Power'' (1983, directed by [[Robert Wiemer]]) in which he also had a cameo part, the television drama ''The Night Train to Kathmandu'' (1988, with [[Kavi Raz]]), and the mini series ''Piège infernal'' (1989) and ''La misère des riches'' (1989).
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