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Jeff Alexander

Jeff Alexander (given birth to Myer Goodhue Alexander was a classically-trained composer, arranger, and conductor who all enjoyed a 28 season profession in Hollywood and on tv (where his function included such popular series seeing that My 3 Sons and shows from the Twilight Area). Throughout his movie function, he composed some music in a favorite idiom, including “Soothe My Depressed Center”, “The Wings of Eagles”, and “Blues About Manhattan”, and in addition wrote classical items for the concert hall. Alexander was also in charge of organizing the choral music on some theater-related recordings from the 1950’s, like the 1951 solid recording from the Vagabond Ruler, reissued on Compact disc in the first twenty-first hundred years by Decca.

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