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Rosemont, Walter Louis
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"Raindrop Serenade"; and Helen of Troy (instrumental). Address: Es­tate, c/c ASCAP.
Rosemont, Walter Louis, composer, conductor, producer, teacher; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 16, 1895. ASCAP 1925. Educ: Univ. of Pa. Studied piano with mother and Robert Tempest; piano in Leipsic with Martin Krausc; instrumentation with Richard Hofmann; graduate in theory and conducting, Karl Schroe-der, Sondershausen Cons. Conducted opera and symphony orchestras in Europe. Returned to U.S.; directed American Philh. Soc, New York; also musical productions under auspices of Victor Herbert. Conducted Sixth Regiment Pa. Band; later directed own orchestra and taught music. Foreign correspondent for musical magazines, Concert-Goer New York and musical editor for music publish­ers. Producer of numerous operettas and revues. Translator of plays and lyrics from France, Italy, Spain, Ger­many. Musical comedies: Mr. Battling Butler; A Night in Spain, Rosemont Troubadours; The Precious Maid; Dolores; The Love Hunters; Good Night Suzette, What's the Idea? Works: Orch. tone poems: Troilus and Cressida; Over Hill and Dale; Fughetta; Regrets in a Garden; Scene Orientate; Bird Ballet; The Prophet­ess. Songs: "The Lord's Prayer"; "The Lord is My Shepherd"; "Florita"; "Why Cant I Sell Myself to You?" Also music for motion picture trav­elogs, piano and chamber music. Home: New York, N.Y. Address: Hotel Salisbury, 123 W. 57 St., New York, N.Y.
Rosen, Milton S., composer; b. Yon-kers, N.Y., Aug. 2, 1906. ASCAP 1941. Educ.: in music, Inst, of Musi­cal Art, Pietro Floridia, Vladimir Baka-leinikoff. Member S.C.A. Standard compositions performed by Boston, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Rochester,
Hollywood Bowl, N.B.C., W.O.R., and other standard symphonies. Writer of some one hundied fifty songs for about seventy-five motion pictures; composed and conducted underscoring for some fifty motion pictures. At present time assistant to head of music dept. of motion-picture companv. Home: Sherman Oaks, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Rosenberg, Jacob (Jack), composer; b. Austria, Feb. 15, 1896; d. New York, N.Y., July 31, 1946. ASCAP 1943. Began career as drummer, member of Philh. Symph. Orch. lor twenty years, also N.B.C. Symph. From 1938 active in union of Assn. Musicians of Greater New York, presi­dent of Local 802, I.A.M., at death. Active politically. Mayor La Guardia's consultant on civic music programs, advisory staff W.P.A. music projects. Works "AH tor Love"; "On the Sands of Time", "The Same Little Woids", "Any Day Now"; "Paris Will be Paris Once Again"; "Let's Put Our Dreams Together." Address: Estate, (/<, ASCAP.
Rosey, George (George Rosenberg), composer; b. Diisseldorf, Germany, April 18, 1864; d. New York, N.Y., Feb. 19, 1936. ASCAP 1931. To U.S. 1883. Educ: in Germany; teachers, Radcke, others. Active in music pub­lishing business as composer, arranger, also executive. A contemporary of Sousa in composition of music for bands; pioneer in modern orchestra­tion of popular music. Works: "The Honeymoon March"; "The Handicap March"; "The Anniversary March", "King Carnival"; "Maybe"; "Believe"; "Lovely Caprice"; "I Love My Girl." Address: Estate, c/o ASCAP.
Rosey, Joe, composer; b. New York, N.Y., Oct. 29, 1882; d. New York, N.Y., Dec. 20, 1943. ASCAP 1919. A jeweler in New York theatrical dis­trict for many years, with music his






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