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Edward L. Alperson Jr. (Edward Lee Alperson Jr.)

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Biography

Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Composer, author and songwriter, educated at Coll. Business School. He joined ASCAP in 1955, and his chief musical collaborators included Paul Herrick, Dick Hughes, and Jerry Winn. His popular song compositions include "One Finger Symphony"; "Dreamer"; "Love Plays the Strings of My Banjo"; "Angelita"; "Never Alone"; "Black Sunday"; "Give Me Love"; "Lost, Lonely, and Looking for Love"; "I'm Gonna Be by You"; "Passing By"; "Pistolero"; and "The Ring". His film themes include "Magnificent Matador" and "Ride on a Dead Horse". Read more...

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