David Rose
British musician
David Rose
David Rose was an American songwriter, composer, arranger, pianist, and orchestra leader. His most famous compositions were "The Stripper", "Holiday for Strings", and "Calypso Melody". He also wrote music for many television series, including It's a Great Life, The Tony Martin Show, Little House on the Prairie, Highway To Heaven, Bonanza, and Highway Patrol under the pseudonym "Ray Llewellyn.
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Special program to mark Rose Dance School's 2nd anniversary - Saipan Tribune
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Rose Dance School will mark its second anniversary with a program on Sept. 3, highlighting the significance of dance in achieving a sound mind and body. Carol Wong Chan, who co-manages the family-owned dance school located on the
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Colony Theatre Presents SHOOTING STAR, Previews 9/14 - Broadway World
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The Colony Theatre will present the third production of its 37th season of shows - the West Coast Premiere of SHOOTING STAR, written by Steven Dietz and directed by David Rose. SHOOTING STAR will preview on Wednesday, September 14; Thursday,
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Many skills and talents sweep new Federated Farmers board - Wanganui Chronicle
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Southland sheep and beef farmer David Rose is excited about the opportunities in his industry at the moment and about making ideas in the recently released Red Meat Strategy happen. This topic has been close to his heart since 1995 when he did a
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Farmers not expecting adverse effects from snow - Otago Daily Times
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Federated Farmers adverse events spokesman, David Rose, who had about 3cm of snow on his Southland sheep farm yesterday, said the MetService gave plenty of warning, which allowed farmers to shift stock to shelter. While there were pockets of lambing
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Sigal Marks First Birthday - Patch.com
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Town Crier David Rose led the procession of fife and drum, an Easton Fire Company squad and Civil War re-enactors into Centre Square in downtown Easton Saturday morning to deliver the news: The Sigal Museum was a year old
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Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Life would be dull without the risk of bear deaths - Telegraph.co.uk
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Photo: David Rose By Tim Walker Sir Ranulph Fiennes, who has inspired many schoolboy adventurers over the years, says the horrific death of his fellow Etonian Horatio Chapple should not be allowed to deter others from venturing off the beaten track
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Report: US blew deal to wire Afghanistan in 1999 - CBS News
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The network would have been linked to the NSA's headquarters in Fort Meade, Md., which could have logged every call made by every subscriber, the number called and a recording of the call, the magazine's contributing editor David Rose reports
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Metro Messenger Publisher Leaves Trail of Debt in Louisville - WFPL
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In June, David Rose explained to WFPL News that he created the Messenger to fill the void of 'good news' in Louisville media. “We wanted to come up with print that focuses on stories that are positive, but also that impact the community,” Rose said
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age rise will hit rural areas - Stuff.co.nz
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Federated Farmers adverse events spokesman and former Southland provincial president David Rose said yesterday the organisation believed the age change would be hard on rural families. Instead of an age change, Federated Farmers supported moves to
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HORWITZ--Arthur Jay, 87, of New York City, passed away July 10th in East Hampton, NY. He is survived by his long-time love, Brenda Ballin, of New York City and East Hampton, his sister Melodye (Horwitz) Kinkead, his three children: Jan (Horwitz) Abraham and her husband David of Pennsylvania, R. Jay Horwitz and his wife Lisa Desrosiers-Horwitz of
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I fell out with Johann Hari – then 'David Rose' started tampering viciously ... - Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
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As David Allen Green describes on his Jack of Kent blog, this David r – who was operating from an Independent computer – later identified himself as an Independent sub called David Rose, a friend of Hari's. Hari also refers in emails to his friend
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Follow Australia's literacy example: iLIVE - Times LIVE
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An Aborigine community, with no interest in learning, had the situation turned around by a remarkable man, Dr David Rose, who devised an incredible methodology to teach reading and writing called Reading to Learn (R2L). It turned the Aborigine youth
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Johann Hari, Wikipedia and a porn site: an extraordinary new development - Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
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[Update: since Jack of Kent's post appeared there has been a thorough hunt for a "David Rose" matching the description of the Independent sub with First from Cambridge, expert on climate change
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Rodeo royals: Kate and William visit Calgary - The Guardian
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Photograph: David Rose/Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the last full day of their week-long tour of Canada in Calgary at the annual stampede and rodeo – which locals like to bill "the greatest outdoor show on earth"
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Nick Robinson highlights Robert Peston's Vanity - Telegraph.co.uk
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Photo: David Rose By Tim Walker Nick Robinson, the BBC's political editor, and Robert Peston, its business editor, have an on-screen chemistry these days that rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford's in the film Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
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Philosophie Hair Studio to hold second annual 'Hairitage' Day Cut-a-Thon - The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
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By Emily Cummins Express-Times Photo | BRUCE WINTER David Rose reads the Declaration of Independence to the crowd gathered on Heritage Day in 2009 in Easton's Centre Square. To accommodate large crowds, the studio's stylists will be aided by a number
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Chris Packham urges protest against badger cull - Telegraph.co.uk
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Photo: DAVID ROSE By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent The Government has said it will go ahead with a cull as a package of measures to control bovine tuberculosis (TB) in cattle - if there is enough science-led evidence to show it will help the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Rose
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1990
    Age 79
    Died on August 23, 1990.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1958
    Age 47
    "The Stripper" was composed by Rose and recorded in 1958.
    More Details Hide Details It was originally used as the B-side to his single, "Ebb Tide". The choice of the record's B-side was not by Rose, but by an MGM office boy. MGM indicated they wanted to put the record on the market quickly. A B-side was needed and with Rose away, the office boy went through some of Rose's tapes searching for one. "The Stripper" featured especially prominent trombone lines, giving the tune its lascivious signature, and evokes the feel of music used to accompany vaudeville striptease artists. The piece features in the films Slap Shot, The Full Monty and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit as well as TV series Little Britain and Scrubs. It was also famously used in a parody by British comedy duo Morecambe and Wise, where they danced to the tune while making breakfast. "Holiday for Strings" became well known as the theme for Red Skelton's programs. A parody version, retitled "Holiday for States", was recorded as a vocal by Allan Sherman, with the straight melody but with ersatz lyrics comprised solely of the names of the American states. In Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, Ruth Buzzi "laughed" the melody of the song, imitating the Spike Jones version. On his album Leon Live, Leon Russell plays a strain from the song in the middle of a performance of his own song, "Shootout on the Plantation." The fast-paced song was featured in a shopping scene in the Bridget Fonda-Nicolas Cage film "It Could Happen To You".
  • 1957
    Age 46
    In 1957 his rendition of Larry Clinton's "Calypso Melody" became Rose's second million selling record, and was awarded a gold disc.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1948
    Age 37
    Rose joined the cast in 1948 and went on to work with Skelton on his television show for over 20 years.
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  • 1944
    Age 33
    Garland and Rose divorced in 1944.
    More Details Hide Details He had two daughters with his third wife, Betty Bartholomew. His granddaughter is singer-songwriter Samantha James. Rose was a live steam hobbyist, with his own backyard railroad. Rose died in Burbank, California at the age of 80 and was buried in Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Hollywood Hills, California.
  • 1941
    Age 30
    Rose was married for a second time, on July 28, 1941, to the actress and singer Judy Garland.
    More Details Hide Details They had no children, though Garland, according to biographer Gerald Clarke, underwent at least one abortion during the marriage, at the insistence of her mother, her husband, and the studio that employed her, MGM.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1938
    Age 27
    He was married on October 8, 1938, to the actress Martha Raye. They were divorced on May 19, 1941.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1910
    Born
    Born on June 15, 1910.
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