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Antheil, George
House"; "Stay Well." Home: New City, N.Y. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Anderson, R. Alex, composer, author; b. Honolulu, Hawaii, June 6, 1894. *ASCAP 1939. Merchant in Honolulu; made music chief avocation. Wrote many songs in the Hawaiian idiom and published many of his own works. Songs: "Alohaland"; "Hula Moon"; "The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakau-kai"; "Lovely Hula Hands"; "Mali-hini Mele"; "White Ginger Blossoms"; "Soft Green Seas." Home: Honolulu, Hawaii. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Andre, Fabian, composer, conductor, arranger, radio and recording artist; b. La Crosse, Wis., Jan. 8, 1910. ASCAP 1941. Educ: La Crosse pub­lic schools, St. Joseph's Coll. and Marquette Univ. Studied harmony and orchestration with Joseph Schil-linger and Carl Eppert. Began musical career as arranger of own songs for orchs. and became staff arranger pop­ular orchs. and for N.B.C., Chicago. Became specialist in Latin American music orchestration. Organized own orch.; made recordings. Disbanded orch. on entering armed forces. Works: A Windy Day on the Outer Drive; Pedigree on Pomander Walk; The Maid with the Slight Swiss Ac­cent; The Man Who Came to Rumba (instrumental); Lullaby for Latins (tone poem). Songs. "Dream a Little Dream of Me", "From Me to You"; "When They Played the Polka"; "An­tonio." Also wrote book, Rhythms of Latin-America. Home: Mexico, D.F. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Andrews, Mark, composer, organist, teacher, choral conductor; b. Gains­borough, Lincolnshire, Eng., March 31, 1875; d. Dec. 10, 1939. ASCAP 1937. To U.S. 1902. Educ: in music with Sir John Thomas Ruck, West­minster Abbey. Organist and choir­master churches, Montclair, N.J. Offi­ciated as judge at musical competi-
tions; member Examination Commit­tee of the American Guild of Or­ganists. Works: two Organ Sonatas, String Quartet; Cantatas Galilee, The Highwayman; many songs, sacred songs, "Rock of Ages," and anthems. Address: Estate, c/o ASCAP.
Anson, Bill, composer, author, b. Chicago, 111., Nov. 15, 1907. ASCAP 1950. Songs: "When I Write My Song", "The Loveliness of You*, "Some Things Will Never Change"; "How Could We Ever Have Been Strangers"; "I Got a Frame Without a Picture"; "Dancing My First Waltz With You." Home. Hollywood, Calif. Address: <"v ASCAP.
Anstine, Carl T., composer, organist; b. York County, Pa., Jan. 24, 1893. ASCAP 1950. Educ.: public and high schools, Dallastown, Pa.; Svracusc Univ., 1913-17, B.M.; West Chester College 1922, Syracuse Univ. 1932, Carnegie Inst, of Tech., Pittsburgh, 1939. Studied piano, Mary Haines Taylor, Adolf Frey, organ, Geo. A. Parker, theory and composition, Wil­liam Berwald, also studied composi­tion with Harvey B. Gaul. World War I, U.S. Army Medical Corps. Super­visor of Music, Connellsville, Pa., High School, 1919-44; also at same time choirmaster St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Uniontown, Pa. At present, head of Music Dept. in the Missouri School for the Blind and also oiganist and choirmaster, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, St. Louis, Mo. Piano works: Valse Piquante, Tokens of Love, Santa's Music; Chimes at Yuletide. Anthems: "Lord We Pray Thee"; "Collect for Social Justice", "All Glory Laud and Honour*, "Blessed Lord." Home: St. Louis, Mo. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Antheil, George, composer; b. Tren­ton, N.J., July 8, 1900. ASCAP 1945. Grandson of Polish political exile; accompanied father from U.S. to Po-

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