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Kasha, Al

LC control no.n 83160819
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Personal name headingKasha, Al
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Birth date1937-01-22
Death date2020-09-14
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathLos Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityMotion picture music Popular music Pastoral theology
AffiliationOasis Christian Fellowship
Profession or occupationComposers Clergy
Found inHis If they ask you, you can write a song, 1984: CIP t.p. (Al Kasha)
LC data base, 11/15/83 (hdg.: Kasha, Al)
Film composers guide, c1990 (Al Kasha; b. 1-22-1937, New York, N.Y.)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Sept. 18, 2020 (in obituary dated Sept. 15, 2020: Al Kasha, who partnered with Joel Hirschhorn to write Oscar-winning songs such as "The Morning After," a ballad for the disaster epic "The Poseidon Adventure"” that became an unexpected pop hit, died Sept. 14 in Los Angeles. He was 83; born in Brooklyn on Jan. 22, 1937. He became an ordained minister and, together with his wife, Ceil, founded a church known as Oasis Christian Fellowship)
Associated languageeng