Louis De Francesco

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Ales, Sardinia, Italy
Composer, songwriter ("Daddy"), and conductor, educated at the Conservatory of Naples (with a Maestro diploma). He came to the USA in 1910, and toured the country as a conductor of light operas, later joining a film studio as its music director, and then doing film composing and arranging. Joining ASCAP in 1930, his other popular-song compositions and film themes include "Cavalcade", "The White Parade", "Ah, Love, But a Day", "Should She Forget Me Not", "Heart, My Heart", and "The Sun Shines Brighter". Read more...