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FRANK SKINNER  

(1897 - 1968)

Frank Skinner enjoyed a busy career in Manhattan as an arranger for dance bands. In 1935 he moved to Hollywood, working first for MGM, and then, for some thirty years, for Universal Studios, writing scores for over two hundred films. He is particularly remembered for his contribution to horror films.

Box Set Release Catalogue Number
MONSTER MUSIC - Classic Horror Film Scores Naxos 8.506026
STEINER King Kong • SALTER/SKINNER Monster Music Naxos 8.557949–50

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
SALTER / SKINNER: Monster Music Marco Polo
8.223747
Film and TV Music
SALTER / SKINNER: Monster Music Naxos
8.557705
Film and TV Music
SALTER / SKINNER: Sherlock Homes and the Voice of Terror Marco Polo
8.225124
Film and TV Music
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BAND OF THE GOLDEN GATE: Good Ol' Days (The) Altissimo
75442270532
Wind Ensemble/Band Music




 
 
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