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Bregman, Buddy

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Personal name headingBregman, Buddy
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Variant(s)Bregman, Louis Isidore
Biography/History noteconductor
Birth date1940-07-09
Death date2017-01-08
Place of birthChicago (Ill.)
Place of deathLos Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityJazz Television music Conducting Arrangement (Music)
Profession or occupationTelevision producers and directors Authors, American Composers Conductors (Music) Arrangers (Musicians)
Found inPorter, C. The Cole Porter songbook. [SR] p1976.
All music guide WWW site, Feb. 3, 2005 (Buddy Bregman; b. July 9, 1930 [sic], Chicago, IL; arranger, conductor, leader; "in the Encyclopedia of jazz, published in 1960, Bregman's year of birth is listed as 1930, more than a decade off the mark")
U.S. copyright file, Feb. 3, 2005 (Bregman, Buddy, 1940- )
Buddy Bregman WWW site, Feb. 3, 2005
Internet Movie Database, Feb. 3, 2005 (Buddy Bregman; b. July 9, 1940, Chicago, Ill., USA; producer, director, writer, composer, conductor, arranger, and musical director)
IMDb, viewed Jan. 11, 2017 (Buddy Bregman; b. July 9, 1930, Chicago, Ill.; d. Jan. 8, 2017 (age 86), Los Angeles, Calif., USA)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Jan. 11, 2017 (Buddy Bregman, a Hollywood musical arranger and conductor who worked alongside some of the top entertainers of the 1950s and 1960s, died Jan. 8 [2017] in Los Angeles; he was 86; precocious and prolific, he scored a No. 1 hit for singer Gogi Grant in 1956 with his version of "The Wayward Wind"; Louis Isidore Bregman was born July 9, 1930, in Chicago; wrote his first orchestrations when he was 11; became the musical director for singer Eddie Fisher's television show from 1957 to 1959)
Biography and genealogy master index, via WWW, viewed Jan. 11, 2017 (Buddy Bregman (c. 1937- ))
Not found inGrove music online, Feb. 3, 2005