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Lillenas, Bertha Mae
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Lillenas, Bertha Mae, composer, au­thor; b. Hanson, Ky., March 1, 1889; d. Tuscumbia, Mo., March 13, 1945. ASCAP 1941. Educ: elementary schools, Kentucky and Calif.; Lone Beach, Calif., High School; voice and piano private tutors, Mo. Ordained minister Church of the Nazarene 1912. Pastor various churches sixteen years. Songs: "Jesus Took My Bur­den"; "Jesus Is Always There ; "He Will Not Forget"; "Are You Watching His Star?"; "Saved by the Blood"; "Sing on, Dear Heart"; "Leave Your Burden at the Place of Prayer"; "My Burdens Are His Burdens Too"; "It Surely Will Be Lovely in the Morn­ing"; "We Shall Know Them in the Morning"; "Christ is Risen"; "His Grace is Mv Strength and My Song." Address: Estate, c/o ASCAP.
Lillenas, Haldor, composer, author, publisher; b. Bergen, Norway, Nov. 19, 1885. ASCAP 1938. To U.S. 1887. Educ.: elementary schools Oregon; four-year course in chemistry and chemical analysis, private tutors; Deets Pacific Bible College, Los An­geles; voice at Lyric School of Music, Los Angeles; with Daniel Protheroe and Adolph Rosenbecker. Honorary degree Doctor of Music, Olivet Naz­arene Coll., Kankakee, 111. Elder, Church of the Nazarene 1912; pastor fifteen years; singing evangelist ten years. Member Eugene Field Literary Society Headquarters, St. Louis. At present music editor of own music publishing house, and also of another music publishing house. Songs: "Won­derful Grace of Jesus"; "It Is Glory Just to Walk with Him"; "Jesus Will Walk with Me"; "How Can I Be Lonely?"; "Jesus Has Lifted Me"; "Wonderful Peace"; "Where They Need No Sun"; "The Garden of My Heart"; "Peace that My Saviour Has Given"; "The Theme of My Song"; "I Know a Name"; "I Have Settled the Question"; and more than three thousand other numbers including
many cantatas for Easter and Christ­mas, Special Day services and editor and compiler of over fifty song books for church and Sunday school. Home: Lee Summit, Mo. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Lilley, Joseph J., composer, author; b. Providence, R.I., Aug. 16, 1913. ASCAP 1947. Educ.: New England Cons.; Juilliard School of Music; ad­vanced studies at Nice, France. Songs: "I've Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle"; "Friendly Mountains." Home: No. Hollywood, Calif. Address: r/0 ASCAP.
Link, Harry, composer; b. Philadel­phia, Pa., Jan. 25, 1896. ASCAP 1930. Educ.: Wharton School, Univ. of Pennsylvania. Entered music field as business executive, serving as gen­eral manager of several popular music publishing houses, New York. Songs. "I'm Just Wild About Animal Crack­ers"; "IVe Got a Feeling I'm Falling"; "Until We Meet Again, Sweetheart"; "The Kiss That You've Forgotten Is the Kiss That I Can't Forget"; "Tell Me While We're Dancing"; "These Foolish Things Remind Me of You"; "You're the One I Care For"; "Hello, Suwannee"; "I've Got a New Love Affair"; "The Miracle of the Bells." Home: North Hills, N.Y. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Lippman, Sidney, composer; b. Minneapolis, Minn., March 1, 1914. ASCAP 1943. Educ.: Univ. of Minn., Bachelor of Science 1936. Awarded Juilliard fellowship in composition 1937. Studied composition with Bernard Wagenaar. Arranger for mu­sic publishers 1937-41; from 1941, free-lance writer. Scored musical show, Barefoot Boy With Cheek. Songs: "These Things You Left Me"; "I'm Thrilled"; "Little Lulu"; "It Couldn't Be True (Or Could It?)"; "Chickery Chick"; "Laroo Laroo Lili Bolero"; "My Sugar Is So Refined"; "After Graduation Day"; "A—You're






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