I'll have to consult IMDB for this, I'm afraid, but my favourites are:
THE DAY OF THE JACKAL - Delerue CHARIOTS OF FIRE - Vangelis THE REMAINS OF THE DAY - Robbins MUNICH - Williams
The typical picks, in other words. I realize I've seen very few of his films, but there are others beyond the ones mentioned - only they don't have scores I care for, or no score at all. An example of the latter is the excellent DES HOMMES ET DES DIEUX. No score, as far as I remember. THE NAME OF THE ROSE has an interesting score, but not something I put on very often. And I'm no big fan of Bond or Barry's Bond music, so no MOONRAKER on my list.
Lonsdale’s Papa scenes in "Munich" are, from memory, I think un-scored; but they are so beautifully played, equally charming and menacing, and the cooking scenes never fail to make my tummy rumble. 'We are tragic men. Butcher's hands. Gentle souls.'