Canadian composer Louis Applebaum dedicated his existence to the cultural awakening of his homeland, and this "magnificent obsession" drove him to develop into a founding father of the Canadian League of Composers and the Canadian song Centre. He used to be an instrumental determine within the early improvement of the nationwide movie Board, the Stratford pageant, and the nationwide paintings Centre in Ottawa. for almost part a century he composed track for the Stratford pageant, tv, radio, and movies. This illustrated biography explores the guy who used to be loved via his fellow artists and the icon to whom each Canadian, knowingly or now not, is indebted.
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