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Capano, Frank
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leluja, Christ is Risen, Christ Our Passover for mixed voices. Home: Mahwah, N.J. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Capano, Frank, author, singer, radio artist and director, publisher; b. Phila­delphia, Pa., June 16, 1899. ASCAP 1936. Educ: St. Mary Magdalen Grammar School and La Salle Coll. Began songwriting with school plays. Songs: "You Wanted Someone to Play With, I Wanted Someone to Love"; "Tears"; "That's My Way of Loving You"; "Who'll Take Your Place When You're Gone"; "Whisper You Love Me"; "Don't Say We're Through"; "Illusions"; "Mother"; "Daddy O'Mine"; "Blue Moments"; "Moonlight and Shadows"; "Dreamy Old New England Moon"; "Heart Breaker"; "Rockin' Horse Cowboy"; "Tea Leaves"; "Va Zap Pa." Home: Philadelphia, Pa. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Carazo, Castro, composer, bandmas­ter; b. San Jose\ Costa Rica, June 18, 1895. ASCAP 1940. Director, Louisi­ana State Univ. Cadet Band. Member, Music Teachers' National Assoc. Com­posed L.S.U. songs "Every Man a King"; "Darling of L.S.U."; "Touch­down for L.S.U."; "Fight for L.S.U."; also National Guard March, officially adopted by National Guard; R.O.T.C. Cadets March; Bonita. Home: 660 North 8 St., Baton Rouge 8, La.
Carbonara, Gerard, composer, con­ductor, violinist; b. New York, N.Y., Dec. 8, 1886. ASCAP 1946. Educ: Brooklyn, N.Y., public schools; Na­tional Cons., N.Y. (scholarship); Naples Cons.; and also with Martucci Dworzak. Operatic coach Milan, 1910, and concert violinist in Europe and U.S. Conductor of opera in Europe and U.S. General musical director and staff composer, motion picture studios. Wrote scores for the films Stage Coach (Academy Award 1940); The Kansan; The Promised Land; and many others. Works:
Armand (opera); Ode to Nature (symphonic poem); Concerto Orien­tate (for violin and orchestra); Scherzetto Fantasia (for wind quin­tet). For violin and piano: Aria; Serenata Gotica; Alia Tarantella; Dusk. For piano: Danse Fantastique; Rhapsodie (published in arrangement for organ); Scherzetto Fantasia; Hol­lywood Boulevard; An American Tone Sketch; Minuet; Petite Valse; Petite Gavotte; Dance of the Imps; Melody; By the Brook; The Spinning Wheel Songs: "Calm"; "Song to Pierrot"; "Waiting"; "Dusk of Roses"; "Fan­tasia"; "Soirs d'Ete"; "Lullaby." Home: Los Angeles, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Carey, Bill, author, b. Hollister, Calif., May 20, 1916. ASCAP 1946. Educ.: High School of Commerce, San Fran­cisco, Calif. In armed forces World War II, 1941-45. Started musical career as vocalist with popular or­chestras; then stage and motion-picture actor. Songs: "Who Wouldn't Love You"; "It Started All over Again"; "Fool Am I"; "Where Is Our Love"; "You've Changed"; "How Cute Can You Be"; "When You Trim Your Christmas Tree"; "Did a Tear Fall"; "Could Ja." Home: 4527 Elmer Ave., N. Hollywood, Calif.
Carle, Frankie, composer, pianist, conductor, recording artist; radio, stage, motion picture, and dance hall attraction; b. Providence, R.I., March 25, 1903. ASCAP 1940. First piano lessons with uncle, Nicholas Colan-gelo. Began professional career as pianist at nine, playing in ballrooms. Early ambition to become pugilist gave way to music; at fourteen or­ganized own band; toured as musical director of vaudeville unit featuring May Yohe. Pianist with name orches­tras. Co-leader of Heidt-Carle orches­tra 1942. Organized own orchestra 1944. Currently organizing piano in­struction studios throughout country;






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