Albert Hay Malotte
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Who is Albert Hay Malotte?
Albert Hay Malotte was an American pianist, organist, composer and educator.
- also known as A.H. Malotte; Malotte; Mallotte; Malotte, Albert Hay; Albert Malotte
- born on (120 years ago) in Philadelphia, child of Charles Malotte and Katherine Donavon Malotte
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film score composer, pianist, organist, composer
- died on (51 years ago) in Los Angeles of pneumonia
- buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills
- written work: "Sing the Lord's Prayer with Orchestra for Low Voice"
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The Disney Song Encyclopedia (2009)
by Thomas S. Hischak, Mark A. Robinson
“Ferdinand the Bull” is the Spanish-flavored title song written by Albert Hay Malotte (music) and Larry Morey (lyric) for the 1938 film short, but only the music survived the final cut of the Oscar-winning movie. The narrative song relates the story ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R.G. Young
from Charles Strong's novel PHOTOG: Ellsworth Hoagland SPCL-FX: Farciot Edouart & Wallace Kelley MUSIC: Ernst Toch, Gerard Carbonera & Albert Hay Malotte "...the film has good moments, such as the efforts of the (little people) to train ...
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