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us: Gray, Barry, 1908-1984

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        (naf) Blackburn (England)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Guernsey
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) London (England)
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        (lcsh) Composition (Music)
          (lcsh) Arrangement (Music)
            (lcsh) Conducting
              (lcsh) Motion picture music
                (lcsh) Television music
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                  (lcsh) Composers
                    (lcsh) Arrangers (Musicians)
                      (lcsh) Conductors (Music)
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                    • found: Anderson, G. Supercar [SR] 196-?: label (Barry Gray, composer, arranger, conductor)
                    • found: Encyc. of pop. mus., 3rd ed. (Gray, Barry; b. 1925 [sic]; Blackburn, Lancashire, England; d. April 26, 1984; Guernsey, Channel Islands, Britain; Gray's professional career started with London publishers B. Feldman & Co., where he gained much experience arranging for large and small orchestras in variety theatres; he also worked pre-war for the commercial station Radio Normandy [etc.])
                    • found: Barry Gray Archive website, 6 Jan. 2015: about us (dedicated to the life and work of the late composer, conductor, and musical arranger, Barry Gray; he had a long and varied musical career, however it is his scoring for the television series and films of British producer Gerry Anderson that he will always be known) biog. (Barry Gray was born on 18th July 1908, in Blackburn, Lancashire; he died in Guernsey on April 26th, 1984)
                    • found: Wikipedia, 6 Jan. 2015 (Barry Gray, born 18 July 1908, died 26 April 1984, was a British musician and composer best known for his collaborations with television and film producer Gerry Anderson; on the evening of 8 November 2008, to mark the centenary year of Gray's birth, a concert was held in the Royal Festival Hall at London's South Bank Centre)
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