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Don Walker

Orchestrated Broadway musicals including “The Music Man,” “Fiddler on the top,” and many more. He went to the Wharton College at the School of Pa. He apprenticed with Potential Dreyfus of Chappell Music. He was nominated for an Academy Prize in 1965 for credit scoring the film “ONE THOUSAND Clowns” starring Jason Robards. His family members was surviving in Lambertville, NJ, when he was created. He previously two children along with his wife Audrey, Anne Liebgold and David. His focus on “Carousel” was reported to be “most likely the greatest orchestration I have you ever heard in my lifestyle” by Stephen Sondheim.

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