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- Alan Marks is an English artist and illustrator.
- born in (58 years ago) in London
- nationality: England
- written works: "The thief's daughter", "Le Cavalier Tempête", "Study Guide to Accompany Social Psychology", "Journey to the Volcano", "Sid and Sadie", "Skyraiders", "Commando Attack", "The Golden Slipper", "Ring-A-Ring O' Roses & A Ding, Dong, Bell", "The Enchanted Gazelle", "The Glass Palace"
- Alan Marks a.k.a. Alan C. Marks is a film editor.
- read more about Alan C. Marks
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The Pianist's Dictionary (2004)
by Maurice Hinson
Students include Gregory Allen, Meade Crane, Max Lyall, Alan Marks, Nelita True, and Watts. Flight, The. Felix Mendelssohn, op. 53, no.
by the late Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler
Cousin, Alan Marks, was classical pnst. and infl. on him. Began on pno. at age 7. At 13 met Bernard Peiffer and took lessons fr. him. At 16 stud. comp. w. George Rochberg; George Crumb. While in hs pl. w. Bootsie Barnes; also Philly Joe ...
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