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Young, Victor
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become concert master large motion picture theater. Returned to Chicago as concert master, Central Park Theater. Musical supervisor vaude­ville productions. From late Twenties active in radio. To New York for increasing radio activities 1931. To Hollywood to organize own orchestra 1935, score pictures and direct radio network musical performances, and orchestral accompaniments for re­cording stars. Songs: "Sweet Sue"; "Street of Dreams'; "The Old Man of the Mountain"; "Too Late"; "Cant We Talk It Over"; "Love Me To­night"; "My Romance"; "Ghost of a Chance"; "Love Is the Thing"; "Love Letters"; "Golden Earrings"; "Stella By Starlight"; "Song of Surrender"; "You Are Wonderful", "My Foolish Heart"; "Our Very Own"; "Song of Delilah"; "All American Rainbow." Home: Beverly Hills, Calif. Address: c/o ASCAP.
Young, Victor, composer; b. Bristol, Tenn., April 9, 1889. ASCAP 1934. Educ: Coll. of Music, Cinn.; New York Univ. Studied with I. Philipp and P. Le Flem in Paris, and in New York with M. Wilson, F. Schleider and A. Schmid; also with L. V. Saar and Romeo Gorno. Debut as piano concertist with Russian Symph. Orch. Toured U.S., Canada and Europe as soloist and accompanying artist. Thos. A. Edison's personal musical director, 1919-27, in Edison Phono. Laboratory, West Orange, N.J. Au-
thor numerous articles on American music, contributed to textbooks on choral singing. Made piano rolls and Edison records. Director of Music, Miami Military Inst., Ohio; Sweet­water Coll. in Tenn., and Henderson-Brown Coll., Ark. Conducted Cinn. Festival Orchestra and directed one of first commercial radio programs. Composed music for one of first sound movies, In Old California. Member Sinfonia Mus. Frat., Edison Pioneers, Composer-Authors Guild, Natl. Assn. for American Composers and Con­ductors, Dutch Treat Club. Works for orch.: Scherzctto; Jeep; In the Great Smokies; Charm Assembly Line Ballet; A Fragment for string orch. Songs: "Gossip"; "Little Patch o' Land"; "Tea Kettle's Song"; "Cuckoo Clock"; "Red Rosey Bush"; "Sleepy House"; "Don't Talk to Me of Spring"; "Ridn." Operetta, A Happy Week; piano pieces include Under a Spanish Moon. Home: Rt. 1, Putnam Valley, N.Y.
Youse, Glad Robinson, composer; b. Miami, Okla., Oct. 22, 1898. ASCAP 1946. Educ.: Stephens Coll., Colum­bia, Mo.; majored in voice and piano. Songs: "Hear Me Lord"; "As Long as Children Pray"; "Thou Wilt Light My Candle"; "Red Bird"; "Wild Honey"; "This Would I Keep"; "Splendor Ahead"; "A Memory." Home: 532 E. 12 St., Baxter Springs, Kan.
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Zador, Eugene, composer, teacher; b. Bataszek, Hungary, Nov. 5, 1895. ASCAP 1939. To U.S. 1939. Educ.: composition with Heuberger, Vienna Acad.; advanced studies with Max Reger, Leipzig Cons.; musicology with Abert, Schering and Volbacn; Muenster Univ., Doctor of Music 1921. Teacher of composition, Vienna Cons. 1922; co-president 1934-38.
Honorary professor, Academy of Music, Budapest 1934. Winner, Hun­garian State Grand Prize for cham­ber music 1934; also other awards. Works: Diana, The Isle of Death, Rembrandt, Azra, Christopher Colum-lms, operas; two ballets; symphonic poem, Bank-Ban; Romantic Sym­phony; Rondo for Orchestra; Hun­garian Caprice; Dance Symphony;






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