Ray Bloch

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Alsace-Lorraine, France
Composer, songwriter ("When Love Has Gone"), conductor, pianist, author and arranger, he came to the USA during World War I. He was a pianist in New York Ballrooms, then organized his own orchestra and toured the US in vaudeville. He was a pianist on radio, then a music director and arranger for radio and for television networks. He joined ASCAP in 1939, and his chief musical collaborators included W. Edward Breuder and Paul Rusincky. Read more...