Adler, Lawrence Cecil

Born: Feb 10, 1914 AD
Died: 2001 AD, at 87 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Musicians

1914 - Lawrence Cecil Adler was born in Baltimore, Maryland on February 10, 1914.


1934 - Adler performed for film soundtrack and appeared in concert.


1939 - Became an harmonica soloist with many of the world's major symphony orchestras and was particularly noted for his interpretations of Darius Milhaud and Ralph Vaughan Williams.


1941 - Formed an association with tap dancer Paul Draper.


1953 - Adler was nominated in Oscar nomination for his work on the soundtrack of the movie Genevieve.


1985 - Wrote an autobiography entitled "It Ain't Necessarily So" and worked as a food critic for Harpers and Queen.


1994 - Produced an album entitled "The Glory of Gershwin".


2001 - Died in St Thomas' Hospital London on August 7, 2001.

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