May he rest in peace!!

‘Dean of Canadian film composers’ dies at 92
A New Brunswick-born composer who wrote music for hundreds of films while working for the National Film Board in Ottawa died over the weekend at age 92.
Eldon Rathburn became unofficially known as the “dean of Canadian film composers” during his three decades at the NFB and was himself the subject of a 1995 NFB documentary called Eldon Rathburn: They ShootÖ He Scores.
Rathburn was born in Queenstown, N.B., and later moved to Saint John, where he played in Don Messer’s band before the legendary fiddler became a television folk icon.
Rathburn started working for the National Film Board in 1947 and went on to score 250 short and feature films. He composed the soundtrack for the 1977 film adaptation of W.O. Mitchell’s novel Who Has Seen the Wind.
He continued to compose after retiring 30 years later.
Rathburn became a member of the Order of Canada in 1998.