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Remembering conductor arranger John Fox

Beautiful music's legendary arranger/conductor/composer John Fox passed away 10 February, 2015 in a hospital near his lifelong home in Surrey, England, at the age of 91.
(above posted by broadcast producer Marlin Taylor on yahoo music group)

John Fox's natural talents for composing, arranging and conducting were tenderly nurtured in London's Royal College of Music where he achieved ARCM (Associate of Royal College of Music). John's undeniable genius forged in the crucible of toil, study and unremitting search for perfection has long been recognised by his peers. This autobiography contains the ups and downs of a lifetime in music some sad times, emotional and happy and some tragic disasters. Millions of listeners in the USA, Great Britain, Japan, South Africa and Germany, plus many other countries throughout the world, have found much pleasure and exhilaration in John's wonderful music including radio networks, his many record albums and live performances. Determination and hard work have seen him through some hard times, but it proves that if you have a talent (not only in music) that with a lot of hard study and love, the world will be at your feet!

 --Chris Morgan, BBC Executive Producer via

Eric Cook, conductor arranger

Eric Cook and his Orchestra... Cook is known for Breaker Morant (1980) and I Like Music (1971)... (arranger: "The British Grenadiers", "The Minstrel Boy", "Sarie Marais", "Land of Hope and Glory" (from Pomp & Circumstances No. 1))
  Credits, via Artists Direct
GUILD LIGHT MUSIC GLCD5166..."Highly Strung"
 AUDIO: French, George-Classical Composer | Group-Forty Orchestra-Orchestra | Cook, Eric-Conductor


Fausto Papetti (28 January 1923 – 15 June 1999) was an Italian alto saxophone player.

His recordings, sometimes under the pseudonym "Fausto Danieli", are also characterized by album art with sexy women posing half naked. His works have been widely well-known all over the world for the last six decades. He has played the majority of most famous world Hits and pop and jazz songs of 20th century, in 45 years of his career.


Arthur Greenslade (4 May 1923 – 27 November 2003) was a British conductor and arranger

He was most musically active in the 1960s and 1970s. Greenslade was born in Northfleet, Kent. In the 1950s, he was pianist and arranger with the Oscar Rabin Band. He has arranged for Jack Jones, Chris Farlowe, Serge Gainsbourg, Genesis, Cat Stevens, Diana Ross, Dusty Springfield, The Bachelors, and Kinderjazz. For Shirley Bassey, he arranged "Goldfinger" and "Send in the Clowns". He has conducted orchestras in the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall, and was Bassey's musical director. With Andrew Oldham he wrote "Headlines", the B-side of "Ride On Baby" (IM 038), by Chris Farlowe, which was released in 1966. Greenslade also conducted some easy listening recordings which can be heard regularly on the Internet station. He conducted the orchestra for Rod McKuen's first television special, which aired on NBC in May 1969. He also arranged Ireland's 1973 Eurovision Song Contest entry, Do I Dream, sung by Maxi_(singer). Greenslade died, aged 80, in Sydney, Australia.

VIDEO (Audio):In A Little Spanish Town - Arthur Greenslade and his Orchestra

Allan Alfonzo (Al) Capps (Arkansas, April 26, 1939) is an American music producer, arranger

He has produced and arranged albums for artists like Cher, Andy Williams, Helen Reddy, José Feliciano and Liza Minnelli, and has delivered film music for more than twenty films. As a musician he played on albums of The Everly Brothers, Gábor Szabó and Frank Sinatra. Lately, he has made music for commercials of international brands.


Conductor-arranger John Avery

John Avery was born in Surrey, England. He studied music at London University and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. His musical life has been varied and always busy. On leaving college, he went straight into London's West End Theatreland where he played the trombone in the musical "Canterbury Tales" for eighteen months. When the show went on tour, John Avery re-orchestrated it, and his is the version that is still used today. In his early twenties, he formed the Guildford Opera Company and was its conductor and musical director for some twenty years. During that time John Avery was responsible for the much acclaimed cycle of Verdi and Wagner operas. He was appointed as a staff conductor to a well-known broadcasting corporation in Britain for whom he conducted a weekly one hour live radio programme. He earned the affectionate nickname "the lightening conductor", not only because of his use of bright tempi, but also because he was always rushing from rehearsal halls to studios and to theatres. Apart from the principal concert venues in the U.K., he worked in Europe, especially France and Germany where he introduced a programme of English Music at the Beethovenhalle concert-hall, in the city of Bonn. At those times, it was not also unusual to see John Avery conducting a band at Wembley Stadium, for International football matches!

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