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David Rose

David Rose was probably one of the most well-known and unique mainstream instrumental pop composers from the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s, composing several items that became area of the nation’s collective memory space. From “Vacation for Strings” to “The Stripper,” his music was generally distinguished by way of a loose, …

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Edward White

b. 21 August 1910, London, Britain, d. 1994, Majorca, Spain. Prolific author of light orchestral music, whose ‘Puffin’ Billy’ can be immediately recognisable in Britain and the united states through its make use of as a personal tune – in the united kingdom for the BBC’s Kids’s Favourites, and in …

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