American music arranger known for scoring television programs and films, as well as for serving as the choir director on the Railroad Hour. He went to the College or university of Chicago and Central University and then do a graduate fellowship while he was also performing and taking part in radio applications. He set up his own submitting business, Walton Music Company, and his very own choir, the Norman Luboff Choir, which documented over 75 albums and earned a Grammy. His wife, Gunilla, donated his collection towards the Collection of Congress in 1993, six years after his loss of life. That they had one boy and one girl. He caused many notable performers of his period, including Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby.