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Cailliet, Lucien
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Shoes. Songs: "Rhythm in My Nur­sery Rhymes"; "Shoe Shine Boy"; "Until the Real Thing Comes Along"; "If It's the Last Thing I Do"; "Posin "; "Please Be Kind"; "I've Heard That Song Before"; "Victory Polka"; "Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are"; "I'll Walk Alone"; "There Goes that Song Again"; "Saturday Night Is the Loneliest Night in the Week"; "I Should Care"; "Day by Day"; "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow"; "It's Magic." Home: Los Angeles, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Cailliet, Lucien, composer, arranger; b. France, May 22, 1897. ASCAP 1946. Educ: Conservatoire of Dijon; studied privately with Paul Fauchet, Georges Caussades, Gabriel Pares. Doctor of Music, Philadelphia Mu­sical Acad. 1939. To U.S. 1918; Citizen 1923. Officier d'Academie, France 1935. Arranger for Philadel­phia Orch.; conductor and professor of composition Interlochen, Mich. Prof, of Music and conductor Univ. of So. Calif. Conductor Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Scores films in Holly­wood, and for publications. Films in­clude: Red Stallion in the Rockies; Harpoon; Winner Circle; Special Agent; Captain China; Tripoli. Works: Romantic Tone Poem; American Holiday Overture; Festivity Over­ture; Fantasia and Fugue on Oh Su­sanna; Variations on Pop Goes the Weasel; Rhapsodie for violin and orch.; Campus Chimes; Processional March; The Voice of Freedom; para­phrases on "You're in the Army Now"; "Lady of Spain"; "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair"; "Grandfather Clock Overhauled"; "I've Been Work­ing on the Railroad"; "Happy Birth­day." Home: Pacific Palisades, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Cain, Noble, composer, organist, con­ductor, lecturer; b. Aurora, Ind., Sept. 25, 1896. ASCAP 1939. Educ.: Univ. of Chicago and American Cons, of
Music; pupil of Navas, Madrid, and Spencer, Chicago; Bachelor of Arts, Friends Univ., Wichita, Kans.; Master of Arts, Univ. of Chicago; Bachelor of Music, American Cons, of Music, Chicago. Honorary Doctor of Music, Lawrence Coll., Appleton, Wis. and Friends Univ. Organized Senn High School chorus, Chicago, and the Chicago A Cappella Choir for con­certs throughout the country as well as radio performances. Choral director and producer N.B.C., 1932-39. Guest conductor at music festivals directing large choruses. Conducts in schools and colleges for clinics, lectures, demonstrations, and music festivals. Choral works incl.: Christ in the World (oratorio); Evangeline; The King and the Star; Paul Reveres Ride; Ode to America. Anthems: "Holy Lord God"; "Our Father Who Art in Heaven"; "The Twenty-Third Psalm"; "Ye Servants of God"; set­tings of Seven Famous Hymn Texts. Also arrangements of Negro spirituals and American folk-tunes. Author: Choral Music and Its Practice. Home: Hollywood, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Cale, Johnny (John A. Calabro), composer, author; b. Providence, R.I., Oct. 16, 1909. ASCAP 1950. Songs: "My Ma She Told Me So"; "At Last I Lost My Heart"; "Evening"; "I Heard a Tale Like That"; "The Huckster." Home: Woodside, N.Y. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Callahan, J. Will, author; b. Colum­bus, Ind., March 17, 1874; d. New Smyrna Beach, Fla., Nov. 15, 1946. ASCAP 1924. Educ.: Columbus High School. As young accountant, became protege of neighbor, James Whit-comb Riley. Failing eyesight forced him to leave accounting, and, after four years as pioneer in singing il­lustrated songs, left the stage to create lyrics. Songs: "Smiles"; Tell Me"; ''After All*; "Patches"; "A Little






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