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LEW BROWN, MORTON GOULD, DOROTHY LAMOUR, DON SEBESKY

1893 - LEW BROWN, (Death: February 5, 1958) was a lyricist for American popular songs. He was one third of a successful songwriting and music publishing team with Ray Henderson and Buddy De Sylva from 1925 until 1929. Brown also wrote or co-wrote several Broadway shows.

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Good News! (1995 Studio Cast)Good NewsThe Varsity Drag (from the musical Good News) Choral Octavo Choir Words and music by B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson / arr. Larry Shackley
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1913 - MORTON GOULD (Death: February 21, 1996) was an American composer, conductor, arranger, and pianist. Born in Richmond Hill, New York, Gould was recognized early as a child prodigy with abilities in improvisation and composition. During the Depression, Gould, while a teenager, worked in New York City playing piano in movie theaters, as well as with vaudeville acts. When Radio City Music Hall opened, Gould was hired as the staff pianist. By 1935, he was conducting and arranging orchestral programs for New York's WOR radio station, where he reached a national audience via the Mutual Broadcasting System, combining popular programming with classical music.As a conductor, Gould led all of the major American orchestras as well as those of Canada, Mexico, Europe, Japan, and Australia. With his orchestra, he recorded music of many classical standards, including Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" on which he also played the piano. He won a Grammy Award in 1966 for his recording of Charles Ives' first symphony, with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. In 1983, Gould received the American Symphony Orchestra League's Gold Baton Award. In 1986, he was president of ASCAP, a position he held until 1994. In 1986 he was elected to the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.

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Star Dust Symphony [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]Morton Gould: Orchestral MusicGould: American Ballads / Foster Gallery / American SaluteMorton Gould at the Piano

1914 - DOROTHY LAMOUR (Death: September 22, 1996) was an American singer and film actress. She is probably best-remembered for appearing in the 'Road to...' movies, a series of successful comedies co-starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Rudy Vallee, then a popular singer, helped her get a singing job at a popular New York City night club, El Morocco. In 1935, she had her own fifteen-minute weekly musical program on NBC Radio. She also sang on the popular Rudy Vallee radio show and the Chase and Sanborn Hour.

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I Go For ThatQueen of the Hollywood IslandsDorothy Lamour: A Photo Gallery: More Than A Sarong (Volume 4)Dorothy Lamour Signed Autographed 8 x 10 Photograph, Authentic with COALovelight In The Starlight [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]

1937 - DON SEBESKY born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He is an American jazz trombonist and arranger. He is the winner of three Grammy Awards, and he also won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Orchestrations for Parade (1999) and Kiss Me, Kate (2000). He played with Kai Winding, Claude Thornhill, Tommy Dorsey, Warren Covington, Maynard Ferguson, and Stan Kenton. In 1960 he began devoting himself primarily to arranging and conducting; one of his best-known arrangements was for Wes Montgomery's 1965 album Bumpin'. Other credits include George Benson's The Shape of Things to Come, Paul Desmond's From the Hot Afternoon, and Freddie Hubbard's First Light. His 1973 release, Giant Box, hit #16 on the U.S. Billboard Jazz Albums chart.

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DAVID ROSE

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David Rose (June 15, 1910August 23, 1990) was a British-born American songwriter, composer, arranger, and orchestra leader. His most famous compositions were "The Stripper", "Holiday for Strings", and "Calypso Melody". He also wrote music for the television series Little House on the Prairie and Bonanza. In addition, Rose was musical director for the Red Skelton show during its 21-year-run on the CBS and NBC networks. He was a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, the national fraternity for men in music.

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This web page is dedicated to the memory of composer-conductor DAVID ROSE and his contributions to popular music With many standards including "Holiday For Strings", "Our Waltz", and scores for TV's "Bonanza" and "Little House On The Prairie".

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