This Biography is about one of the best Songwriters David Rose including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of David Rose|
|Real Name||David Rose|
|Profession||Lyricists & Songwriters|
|Personal life of David Rose|
|Born on||15 June 1910|
|Died At Age||80|
|Born in||London, England|
|Died on||23 August 1990|
|Place of death||Burbank, California|
|Spouses/Partners||Betty Bartholomew (m. 1948-1990), Judy Garland (m. 1941-1944), Martha Raye (m. 1938-1941)|
|Children||Melanie Lee Rose|
|Personal Fact of David Rose|
David Rose was a renowned songwriter, music composer, arranger, and orchestra leader of America. He is better known for his scores of The Stripper, Holiday for Strings and Calypso Music. His composition of Calypso Music was an instant hit and was given a gold disc. He started his career as part of a dance band. Later, he acted as a pianist, arranger and conductor for the NBC radio. During the World War II, he played the role of a composer and conductor for the U.S. Army where he got recognition for his work of Winged Victory, a musical.
His meeting with Red Skeleton was a turning point of his career. Skeleton’s radio program helped to popularize his song Holiday for Stringsâ. His remarkable contribution towards music industry includes his creation of theme music for more than twenty television series. For 14 years, he was the music composer of a classic television series âBonanzaâ for which he won several Emmy awards.
He released more than 50 albums among which the name of âThe Stripperâ deserved special mention for his mastery of using jazz music style. This work of Rose featured in several films like âSlap Shotâ and âThe Full Montyâ. Television programmes like âLittle Britainâ and âScrubsâ used this musical composition successfully.
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