Richard Hayman

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Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Composer, conductor, songwriter ("Dansero"), arranger and harmonica player, educated at Winthrop High School and a member of (and writer for) the Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals. He was a soloist and arranger for the Vaughn Monroe Orchestra, and arranged and directed for Bobby Wayne. He has made many popular recordings. Joining ASCAP in 1956, his other popular-song and instrumental compositions include "Serenade to a Lost Love", "Suzanne", "Valse d'Amour", "Pops Hoe-Down", "Tambourine", "Tango for Two", "No Strings Attached", "Carriage Trade", and "Skipping Along". Read more...