Composer and lyricist Dana Suesse was a kid prodigy, offering her initial concert, a Rachmaninoff prelude, in age 9. At 16 she transferred to NY and started composing songs. 2 yrs later the strike songs “Syncopated Like Melody” and “Ho-Hum” implemented and shortly she was playing piano in Paul Whitehman’s Orchestra. After many years of “educational” composing she begun to compose well-known songs, included in this the music for the nightclub revue, The Casa Manana Present along with the scores for just two movies, SON USING A Horn and Special Surrender. For an interval Suesse also examined in Paris with Nadia Boulanger before eventually time for composing full-time.