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Herbert "Herb" Rehbein (15 April 1922 – 28 July 1979) was a German songwriter, composer and arranger of light orchestral music.

He was born in Hamburg, and studied classical violin and composition at the Hamburger Konservatorium. At the age of 19 he was conscripted into the German Army, but was assigned to the Music Corps and stationed in Crete. Later, he became a prisoner of war in Belgrade, where he stayed after the end of the war. There he became musical director of the Belgrade Radio Orchestra, until he left Yugoslavia in 1952. Returning to Germany, he worked as composer, arranger and violinist with radio orchestras, and met fellow musician and songwriter Bert Kaempfert. The pair became friends and songwriting partners, encouraged by Milt Gabler of Decca Records. Several of their songs together, including "Lady," "The World We Knew (Over and Over)," and "Sweet Maria," became international successes and were recorded by such singers as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin and Al Martino. He produced three albums of instrumentals with his own orchestra, including Music to Soothe That Tiger (1964), in a highly romantic style. He also won the competition to provide the official theme music for the 1972 Summer Olympics.  Together with his friend and collaborator Bert Kaempfert, he was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1993.
 He died of cancer in Basel, Switzerland, in 1979 at the age of 57.

Prisoner Of Love, taken from A 1964 released album "Music To Soothe That Tiger" (Decca DL 4584)

Peter Yorke ( London , December 4 1902 - there, February 2 1966 )

YORKE was a British composer , conductor , organist and pianist . For certain works he used the pseudonyms: Ivor Gould, Michael Sefton, Barbara Denham. "Sweet Serenade", "Our Kind of Music" and "The Peter Yorke Melody Hour" became very popular by the BBC radio, allowing listeners to day enjoy refined versions of popular tunes of his own pieces of light music. Peter Yorke Concert Orchestra consisted of 30 to 40 musicians and he introduced the saxophone register as an important group of Freddy Gardner as leader of the registry.

Peter York was thus conductor of one of the most popular radio orchestras in the UK until the 1960s. He was also a very prolific composer and his works have been published in leading music publishers  [Chappell, Francis Day and Hunter, Bosworth, Harmonic, Conroy, Paxton, Josef Weinberger]. Yorke was the son of a printer in London and already at the age of 16 as an organist and choirmaster linked to a London church. He studied at the Trinity College of Music in London. His early musical career began as a pianist in an orchestra in the West of London. His skill as an arranger was so striking that his arrangements were played in a few years at the most important bands in London. In 1927 and 1928 he played as a pianist and worked as an arranger for several British dance bands, eg Percival Mackey and then with George Fisher (1928), Jay Whidden (1928), Jack Hylton (1929 to 1933) and Henry Hall (1932-1933 ). In further collaboration with Jack Hylton he found the constant traveling through the country too much stress and founded his own orchestra, with which he concentrated on recordings for European radio stations. In 1936 he began a fruitful collaboration as chief arranger Louis Levy, one of the pioneers of British music for films. Yorke's experience and skills are ideally suited for large, lush sound evoked by Louis Levy and his Gaumont-British Orchestra in their many recordings and broadcasts. In 1940, Peter York was a member of the Royal Air Force and for six months he was transferred to the three services department of broadcasting. After the Second World War in 1946 he returned to composing and arranging, and formed his own big concert orchestra, which was based on the symphonic sound that he had developed for the war under Louis Levy.

 VIDEO (Audio)...Coffee Bar Composer: Peter Yorke, KPM Music

Armando Trovajoli, composer-pianist

Armando Trovajoli (also Trovaioli) (2 September 1917 - 28 February 2013), was an Italian film composer and pianist with over 300 credits as composer and/or conductor, many of them jazz scores for low-budget exploitation films of the Commedia all'italiana genre. He collaborated with Vittorio De Sica on a number of projects, including one segment of Boccaccio '70. Trovajoli was also the author of several Italian musicals: among them, Rugantino and Aggiungi un posto a tavola. Trovajoli was the widower of actress Pier Angeli. He died in Rome at the age of 95 on 28 February 2013. WIKIPEDIA

VIDEO: (Audio) Title: Decisione Artist(s): Armando Trovajoli Composer(s): Armando Trovajoli Album: Easy Tempo, Vol. 7: Bikini Beat Released: 1999 Recorded: 60's/70's Genre: Easy Listening...

Charles Randolph Grean (October 1, 1913 – December 20, 2003) was an American producer and composer.

Grean's first work was as a copyist in several big bands, including Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, and Charlie Spivak. He worked at RCA Victor Records under Steve Sholes, producing country and Western recordings by such artists as Eddy Arnold, Pee Wee King, the Sons of the Pioneers, Texas Jim Robertson and Elton Britt. He was the arranger for the Nat King Cole recording of "The Christmas Song." In 1950, he wrote "The Thing," a popular song which reached number one on the charts in a version sung by Phil Harris. The same year he became the head of A&R at RCA Victor Records, passing over his previous superior, Sholes. In the early 1950s he formed a production company with Joseph Csida called Csida-Grean, a management company which had handled Arnold's career and produced his syndicated television show, Eddy Arnold Time.He passed away on December 20, 2003 at the age of 90. Quentin's Theme - The Charles Randolph Grean Sounde

Albert "Al" Nevins, born Albert Tepper (3 May 1915 – 25 January 1965), was an American musician, producer, arranger, guitarist and violinist.

He was also a member of a pop trio called the Three Suns, and is considered one of the major forces behind the evolution of the 1950s music into the early 1960s pop/rock music.
He continued solo, recording three albums: Escapade in Sound, Lights and Shadows and Dancing with the Blues, the last arranged by Charles Albertine. Some releases were under the name Al Nevins and Orchestra.

VIDEO: Beyond The Blue Horizon soundie, performed by The Three Suns, an American instrumental and exotica group popular in the 1940s and 1950s. The group was formed in 1939 by brothers Al Nevins (guitar) and Morty Nevins (accordion) and their cousin, radio and vaudeville veteran Artie Dunn (vocals, electronic organ). They were signed in New York City to appear in nine short musical films for the Soundies movie jukeboxes. 

Lee Elwood Holdridge (born March 3, 1944) is a Haitian-born, American composer and orchestrator.

Holdridge was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, of a Puerto Rican mother and an American father, the botanist and climatologist Leslie Holdridge. While living in Costa Rica, at age ten, he studied the violin with Hugo Mariani, who was at the time the conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica. Holdridge then moved to Boston, where he finished high school and studied composition with Henry Lasker. As an adult, Holdridge moved to New York City to continue his music studies and begin his career as a professional composer. There, he composed chamber works, rock pieces, songs, theater music and background scores for short films, and eventually came to Neil Diamond's notice. Diamond then brought Holdridge with him to Los Angeles to write arrangements for his forthcoming albums. After several gold and platinum hits, the two collaborated on the Grammy Award winning film score for Jonathan Livingston Seagull. WIKIPEDIA

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