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Musician

Charles Henderson

born on 19/1/1907 in Massachusetts/MA, United States

died on 7/3/1970 in Laguna Beach, CA, United States

Charles E. Henderson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Charles Edward Henderson (19 January 1907 7 March 1970) was a songwriter, arranger, vocal coach and lyricist.

Henderson was born in Massachusetts and died in Laguna Beach, California.

Notable works

  • Bambi (1942) (choral arrangements)
  • The Bishop's Wife (1947) (vocal director)
  • The Enemy Below (1957) (vocal supervisor)
  • The Music Man (1962) (vocal arranger)
  • "Deep Night" (composer)
  • "The Right Kind" (composer)
Broadway theatre
  • Blackouts of 1949 (1949); music also by Royal Foster
Film music
  • The Rage of Paris (1938)

Bibliography

  • How to Sing for Money (1939)[1]

References

  1. "How to sing for money: The art and business of singing popular songs professionally", Amazon. Retrieved 28 December 2011.

External links

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