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Composer, songwriter (“Where May be the 1?”), pianist, arranger and instructor, informed at Columbia College or university and students of Otto Luening, George Antheil, and John Cage. He was a jazz pianist and later on an arranger for a number of dance orchestras. He had written the stage history rating for “Crimson Roses FOR ME PERSONALLY”, as well as the stage rating for the film edition of “George White’s Scandals”. From 1950, he taught in the Brook College in Short Hillsides, New Jersey. Becoming a member of ASCAP in 1959, his additional popular-song compositions consist of “Celebrity Burst”, “Keep Us Jump”, “Up and Atom”, “Bolero Boogie” and “Un Mundo”.
Known for movies
|The Drummer Man||1947||Short writer: "Leave Us Leap"|
|Follow That Music||1947||Short writer: "Up An Atom"|