LANDMARKS in the History of Recorded Sound. 116: May 1994, 10-11

LANE, Philip
Reconstructing Lost Scenes. 133: Dec 1997, 35-36
Philip Lane by Edmund Whitehouse. 158: Mar 2004, 77

LANE, Rob
Interview with Rob Lane (Composer) by Jeff Hall. 159: Jun 2004, 11-14

LANG-WORTH MUSIC LIBRARY
The Lang-Worth Music Library by Ron Hare. 147: Jun 2001, 55-57

LANZA, Joseph
Background Music Survey. 110: Dec 1992, 24-26

LAUDER, Murray
Obituary by Murray Ginsberg. 153: Dec 2002, 68-69

LAWRENCE, Syd
Obituary. 136: Sep 1998, 70-72

LEE, Peggy
Obituary. 151: Jun 2002, 36-38

LEES, Gene
A Crown Jewel: a Profile of Robert Farnon. 123: Oct 1995, 60-61
--------Robert Farnon Revisited. 123: Oct 1995, 7-38
--------Reflections of Gene Lees on his Birthday. 168: Jun 2006, 48-56;
169: Oct 2006, 8-14

LEGRAND, Michel
Michel Legrand: a Fortieth Anniversary Review of his Vintage Orchestral Work
By Reuben Musiker. 125: Feb 1996, 22-23
--------- One Hour with Michel Legrand. Serge Elhaik. 135: Jun 1998, 17-20

LEONARD, Marilyn Faith
Interviewed by Bill Halvorsen. 126: Apr 1996, 70-78

LEOPOLD, Reginald
Obituary by Philip L Scowcroft. 155: Jun 2003, 30
---------Reginald Leopold by Brian Reynolds. 155: Jun 2003, 56-57

LEPRINCE, Franck
The Current Military Band Scene. 117: Jul 1994, 58-59
Jim Parker: an Appreciation. 117: Jul 1994, 9-11.
Howard Blake. 119: Dec 1994, 57-60

LEUTWILER, Toni
Toni Leutwiler, Swiss Composer by Alexander Schatte. 137: Dec 1998, 12-13

LEVY, Louis
Biography. 139: Jun 1999, 65-66
---------Music from the Movies. CD Review by David Ades. 152: Sep 2002, 46-47

LEVY'S SOUND STUDIO
Memories of Levy's Sound Studio, 1955-1961 by Bill Johnson. 159: Jun 2004, 15-18

LEWIS, Lew
Profile by Murray Ginsberg. 162: Mar 2005, 18-19

LEWIS, Paul
Conductor/Composer [Profile]. 113: Sep 1993, 78-79

LINDUP, David
Obituary. 107: Apr 1992, 38

LIVINGSTON, Jay
Obituary. 150: Mar 2002, 68

LLOYD, Byron
Music in the Air by Byron Lloyd [Analysed by Robert Walton]. 168: Jun 2006, 58-59

LLOYD, George
George Lloyd by Peter Worsley. 142: Mar 2000, 42

LOGAN, Harrigan
Reflections of Gene Lees on his Birthday. 168: Jun 2006, 48-56;
!69: Oct 2006, 8-14

LORD, Geoffrey
Memories of Charles Shadwell. 119: Dec 1994, 47-48

LUCK, Peter
Were Those the Days. 138: Mar 1999, 33
-----------The Origins of HMV's Famous Trade Mark : Nipper. 139: Jun 1999, 7
----------Early (Re)collections. 150: Mar 2002, 46-47
----------Mitch Miller: Impresario Extraordinary. 162: Mar 2005, 24-26
----------Nostalgic Delights of BBC Television Newsreel. 168: Jun 2006, 18-20

LUSHER, Don
Obituary. 169: Oct 2006, 22-23

LYMAN, Arthur
Obituary: 151: Jun 2002, 69-70

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MAESTROS of Mood. 116: May 1994, 22-29. Reprint of article from 'Rapport' (Los Angeles)

MALNECK, Matty
Matty Malneck by Arthur Jackson. 168: Jun 2006, 22

MANCINI, Henry
Henry Mancini by Paul Clatworthy. 107: Apr 1992, 42; 108: Jul 1992, 30-33; 113: Sep 1993, 34-36
--------Obituaries. 118: Oct 1994, 7-12

MANDEL, Johnny
Part 1. 119: Dec 1994, 37-39; Part 2. 120: Feb 1995, 22-23;
Part 3. 121: Apr 1995, 15-17; Part 4. Jul 1995, 54-56
Part 5. 123: Oct 1995, 48-49, 61; Part 6. 124: Dec 1995, 38-40
Part 7. 125: Feb 1996, 16-17; Part 8. 126: Apr 1996, 42-43
Part 9 127: Jul 1996, 21-23; Part 10. 128: Oct 1996, 54-55

MANDELL, Paul
Superman's Music of Mystery and Adventure. 135: Jun 1998, 11-15

MARDON, David
Anthony Mawer (British Composer and Conductor). Obituary. 140: Sep 1999, 45
---------Vintage Signature Tunes. 153: Dec 2002, 27-28
---------Remembering Robert Farnon - The Conductor. 103: May 2005, 12

MARTELL, Philip
Obituary. Conductor. 114: Dec 1993, 42

MARTIN, Ray
Wanted At Any Price…a Melody. 122: Jul 1995, 57-59
---------Profile of Ray Martin by David Ades. 149: Dec 2001, 71-74

MATHESON, Hugo
Classical, Light and Production Music used by Monty Python. 152: Sep 2002, 65-70

MATTES, Willy
Obituary. 153: Dec 2002, 62

MATZ, Peter
Obituary. 153: Dec 2002, 63-64

MAWER, Anthony
Obituary. 140: Sep 1999, 45

MAY, Bill
Obituary. 158: Mar 2004, 18

MAZEY, Steven
Honouring a Legend [Robert Farnon]. 134: Mar 1998, 18-19

MCGLOHON, Loomis
Obituary. 151: Jun 2002, 34-36

MELACHRINO, George
George Melachrino by David Ades. 111: Feb 1993, 14-17
---------George Melachrino: Broadcast Research by Neil Stevens. 113: Sep 1993, 14-15;
114: Dec 1993, 18-19; 115: Feb 1994, 9-13; 116: May 1994, 67; 117: Jul 1994, 53; 118: Oct 1994, 48-49
---------Profile by David Ades. 148: Sep 2001, 26-31

MERCER, Johnny
Remembering Johnny Mercer by David Scrivens. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 38-39

METROPOLE ORCHESTRA
Metropole Orchestra by Paul Clatworthy. Part 1. 138: Mar 1999, 17-18;
Part 2. 139: Jun 1999, 17-18; Part 3. 140: Sept 1999, 36-37, 39;
Part 4. 141: Dec 1999, 21-22; Part 5. 142: Mar 2000, 32-33;
Part 6. 143: Jun 2000, 41-42; Part 7. 144: Sep 2000, 19-21;
Part 8: 145: Dec 2000, 19-21; Part 9. 146: Mar 2001, 26-28;
Update. 170: Dec 2006, 29-32

METROPOLE ORCHESTRA
Up-Date by Peter Seekings-Foster. 158: Mar 2004, 51

MILLER, Glenn
Glenn Miller: the Father of Bop? By Richard Jessen. 158: Mar 2004, 78

MILLER, Mitch
Mitch Miller: Impresario Extraordinary by Peter Luck. 162: Mar 2005, 24-26

MITCHELL, George
Obituary. 153: Dec 2002, 60

MONTANEZ, Daniel
My Own Journey into Robert Farnon's Music. 157: Dec 2003, 22

MONTENEGRO, Hugo
Hugo Montenegro-Love Themes from 'The Godfather' by David Noades
144: Sep 2000, 27-29; 145: Dec 2000, 29-34

MOODY, James
James Moody, 1907-1995; a Personal Tribute by Sigmund Groven. 124: Dec 1995, 29-31

MORGAN, Colin
Obituary. 145: Dec 2000, 68-69

MORLEY, Angela
Wally Stott and Reader's Digest as told to Reuben Musiker. 119: Dec 1994, 69-70
---------Angela Morley Remembers. 123: Oct 1993, 62-69
--------Recent Correspondence with Reuben Musiker. 136: Sep 1998, 39
--------Angela Morley: a Personal Tribute by Richard Hindley. 149: Dec 2001, 30-31, 67
--------Angela Morley: 80th Birthday Tribute by Richard Hindley. 158: Mar 2004, 56-58
--------Angela Morley's Canadian in Mayfair. Analysed by Robert Walton.
159:Jun 2004, 51-52

MUSIKER, Reuben
Robert Farnon Society: Its First 35 Years. 107: Apr 1992, 10-11
--------A Heavy Passion For Light Orchestral Music [Biography of Reuben Musiker] by
Percy Baneshik. 109: Oct 1992, 42
--------Dolf van der Linden by Robert van Camp and Reuben Musiker. 115: Feb 1994,
20-31
---------Masters of Light Orchestral Music. 118: Oct 1994, 42-44, 49
--------Letter to Morton Gould. 119: Dec 1994, 9-10
--------Wally Stott and Reader's Digest, as Told to Reuben Musiker by Angela Morley
119: Dec 1994, 69-70
---------Cole Porter for Orchestra. 121: Apr 1995, 34-36
---------Harold Arlen for Orchestra. 122: Jul 1995, 24-29
---------Jerome Kern for Orchestra. 125: Feb 1996, 8-13
---------Michel Legrand: A Fortieth Anniversary Review of his Vintage Orchestral Work
125: Feb 1996, 22-23
---------A Musical Magpie: on Collecting Books on Popular Music. 127: Jul 1996, 9-11
---------Book Review: The Memory of All That: the Life of George Gershwin (1993)
by Joan Peyser; Sinatra by Will Friedwald (1995) 127: Jul 1996, 56-57
---------Morton Gould, 1913-1996. 127: Jul 1996, 17-20
--------- Jackie Gleason; 128: Oct 1996, 36-38
--------The Percy Faith Society, Jan 1991-Apr 1995. 128: Oct 1996, 58-59
--------Vincent Youmans for Orchestra. 129: Dec 1996, 17-20
--------Paul Weston, 1912-1996: A Tribute to a Master of Mood Music. 130: Mar 1997,
21-23
--------More About Jackie Gleason. 130: Mar 1997, 45-46
--------Hugo Winterhalter on Compact Disc. 130: Mar 1997, 50-51
--------Robert Farnon in the Literature of Popular Music. 131: Jul 1997, 36-37
--------George Gershwin for Popular Orchestra. 133: Dec 1997, 5-8
--------Richard Rodgers for Orchestra. 135: Jun 1998, 22-27
--------Recent Books on Popular Music. 135: Jun 1998, 70-74
--------Irving Berlin for Orchestra. 136: Sep 1998, 11-13
--------Recent Correspondence with Angela Morley. 136: Sep 1998, 39
--------A-Z of Popular Orchestras Reconsidered. 138: Mar 1999, 27-29
--------The Gershwin Centenary in Retrospect. 140: Sep 1999, 20-22
--------Andre Kostelanetz and Morton Gould on CD. 141: Dec 1999, 63-64
-------Trends in Twentieth Century Popular Music. 149: Dec 2001, 39-40
-------Morton Gould: American Salute, by Peter W Goodman [Book Review]
149: Dec 2001, 58-59
--------Andre Kostelanetz: Some Personal Reflections. 150: Mar 2002, 28-29
Richard Rodgers Centenary. 153: Dec 2002, 18
------- Reg Owen Revisited. 160: Sep 2004, 22
------- Book Review: Stardust Melodies. 160: Sep 2004, 66
-------- Cyril Ornadel at Eighty: His Reflections. 161: Dec 2004, 70-71
-------- A South African Perspective of Robert Farnon. 165: Sep 2005, 36
-------- Book Review: Classic American Popular Song, 1950-2000 by David Jenner
and Don Velsey. 167: Mar 2006, 30.
MUSIKER, Reuben
------- Book Review: Goodbye: In Search of Gordon Jenkins. 170: Dec 2006, 21-22

Newsletters from South Africa. May 1996. 127:Jul 1996, 53-54; May 1997.
131: Jul 1997, 61; 134: Mar 1998, 65; 140: Sep 1999, 35; 141: Dec 1999, 42;
142: Mar 2000, 34; 148: Sep 2001, 32-35; 149: Dec 2001, 70, 74; 151: Jun 2002,
64-65; 153: Dec 2002, 50; 156: Sep 2003, 69-70; 157: Dec 2003, 59;
159: Jun 2004, 49-50; 160: Sep 2004, 40; 161: Dec 2004, 57;
162: Mar 2005, 16-17; 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 20-21; 165: Sep 2005, 65;
166: Dec 2005, 65; 167: Mar 2006, 50-51; 168: Jun 2006, 30;
169: Oct 2006, 30; 170: Dec 2006, 59.

MYERS, Stanley
Obituary [Composer]. 115: Feb 1994, 39

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NASCIMBENE, Mario
Obituary. 151: Jun 2002, 38

NEWELL, Norman
Obituary. 162: Mar 2005, 38

NEWTON, Graham
Early Recorded Movie Music Libraries. 168: Jun 2006, 31-37;
169: Oct 2006, 15-21; 170: Dec 2006, 70-76

NOADES, David
Vintage Film Scores on Television. 131: Dec 1997, 52
---------Johnny Harris. 136: Sep 1998, 17-20
---------John Gregory. 137: Dec 1998, 14-17
---------Ray Davies and his Funky Trumpet. 139: Jun 1999, 27-30
---------John Schroeder. 141: Dec 1999, 37-39; 142: Mar 2000, 37-39
---------Alan Hawkshaw: An Appreciation. 143: Jun 2000, 34-38
---------Hugo Montenegro-Love Themes from 'The Godfather'. 144: Sep 2000, 27-29;
145: Dec 2000, 29-34
---------Johnny Harris, Composer and Arranger: A Profile. 152: Sep 2002, 53-57
---------In the Mood: the History of Dad's Army Background Music.
159: Jun 2004, 23-25

NOVELLO, Ivor
And Then a Violin Began to Play [About Ivor Novello] by Reg Otter.
160: Sep 2004, 26-27

NUGGENT, Jim
Thoughts of a Novice Member. 116: May 1994, 16-17

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OAKLEY, Derek
Book Review: Fiddler on the March: a Biography of Vivian Dunn.
142: Mar 2000, 22

O'CONNOR, Dick
Tribute to Robert Farnon. 165: Sep 2005, 9-10

O'DONNELL, Walton
Bandmaster and Composer: the Career of Walton O'Donnell by Philip Scowcroft. 148: Sep 2001, 17-18

OGERMAN, Claus
Claus Ogerman by Alan Watts. 142: Mar 2000, 20-21

O'NEILL, Norman
Norman O'Neill: Man of the Theatre by Philip Scowcroft.
149: Dec 2001, 56-57

ORNADEL, Cyril
Cyril Ornadel at Eighty: His Recollections by Reuben Musiker. 161: Dec 2004, 70-71

OSBORNE, Tony
Tony Osborne by David Ades. 151: Jun 2002, 27-30

OTTER, Reg
And Then a Violin Began to Play [About Ivor Novello] 160: Sep 2004, 26-27
---------I'll See You In My Dreams. 161: Dec 2004, 16-17
---------By Strauss-By George. 162: Mar 2005, 20-21
----------My Thanks to You, Steve [Conway] and Peter [Yorke]. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 36-37
---------Arranged by …A Tribute to Some of the Top Arrangers. 166: Dec 2005, 50-51

OWEN, Reg
Reg Owen Revisited by Reuben Musiker. 160: Sep 2004, 22

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PALM, Jim
--------Anno Domini: 1917. 108: Jul 1992, 8-9; 131: Jul 1997, 24-25
--------Wiltshire Words. 108: Jul 1992, 34-35; 109: Oct 1992, 16-17; 110: Dec 1992, 32-
35; 112: May 1993, 37-39; 113: Sep 1993, 58-59; 118: Oct 1994, 45-47;
120: Feb 1995, 45-46; 121: Apr 1995, 29-30; 124: Dec 1995, 47-49; 125: Feb 1996, 56;129: Dec 1996, 73-74;132: Oct 1997, 54-55; 136: Sept 1998, 65-67; 139: Jun 1999, 56-58; 140: Dec 1999, 23-25; 154:Mar 2003, 23-25; 160: Sep 2004, 36; 161: Dec 2004, 58-59

PALM, Jim
---------Music While You Work, 116: May 1994, 19-21 117: Jul 1994, 22-24
---------Flat Spin. 119: Dec 1994, 40-41
---------1945 And All That. 122: Jul 1995,60-62
---------Light Relief. 123: Oct 1995, 70-71
---------Report on Robert Farnon Society 40th Anniversary Celebrations. 127: Jul 1996,
35-51
--------Bosworth & Co. Ltd. 135: Jun 1998, 75-76. (British Recorded Mood Music
Libraries, No 5)
--------Festival Frolics. 137: Dec 1998, 24-26
--------Sounds Then [Gramophone Records of 50 Years Ago]. 137: Dec 1998, 40
--------Ed Hall's War Diary. 138: Mar 1999, 35-39
--------Mid-May Meander. 138: Mar 1999, 43-47
--------Rosemary Squires: Jazz at the Chapel. 140: Sep 1999, 23
--------De Wolfe Ltd. (British Recorded Mood Music Libraries, No 6). 140: Sep 1999
30-33
--------Sounds Then '99. 141: Dec 1999, 50-51
-------Decca on the Doorstep. 143: Jun 2000, 28-30
-------Dear Mr Wilkins [Ken Wilkins and his Collection of Incidental Radio & TV
Music Archives]. 151: Jun 2002, 39-44
------Worship of Chappells: History of the British Music Company. 152: Sep 2002,
48-49
------Robert Farnon: the Miniature Marvels Man. 163: May 2005, 13
------In the Beginning. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 52-53
------Top Gear [About the First Meeting of the RFS, Apr 1956]. 167: Mar 2006, 12-13

PALMER, King
Obituary. 141: Dec 1999, 53-54

PANNETT, Peter
Our Musical Maestro [Article on Robert Farnon]. 153: Dec 2002, 8-9

PARAMOR, Norrie
Profile by David Ades. 150: Mar 2002, 52-54

PARISH, Mitchell
Obituary [Lyricist] 114: Dec 1993, 42

PARKER, Clifton
Obituary. 116: May 1994, 36

PARKER, Jim
Jim Parker: an Appreciation by Frank Leprince. 117: Jul 1994, 9-11.

PARRY, John
A Celebration of the Genius of Robert Farnon. 131: Jul 1997, 39-50
---------Report and Programme of Brantford Symphony Orchestra Concert 4 May 1977
---------Some Treats for Vintage Transport Enthusiasts. 155: Jun 2003, 47

PATTEN, Forrest
Conversation with Henri René, 1980. 146: Jan 2001, 63-66
--------News from the States [Christmas CD's etc]. 149: Dec 2001, 17-18; 151: Jun 2002,
63-64; 152: Sep 2002, 39-40; 153: Dec 2002, 42-43; 155: Jun 2003, 43; 156: Sep 2003, 54-55; 157: Dec 2003, 54-55 159: Jun 2004, 42-43; 158: Mar 2004, 53-54; 160: Sep 2004, 61-63; 161: Dec 2004, 56; 162: Mar 2005, 14-15;
164: Jun/Jul 2005, 18-19; 166: Dec 2005, 6-7
---------The Capitol Production Music Story. 150: Mar 2002, 33-36
----------Frank Comstock. 151: Jun 2002, 17-26
---------Paul Gemignani: Dean of American Musical Theatre. 156: Sep 2003, 24-32
---------Van Alexander Interview. 162: Mar 2005, 55-60
---------Some Fond Memories of Robert Farnon. 163: May 2005, 17-18
---------Pete Candoli and Uan Rasey in Conversation with Forrest Patten.
164: Jun/Jul 2005, 26-30
---------Bob Bain Interview. 166: Dec 2005, 26-32
---------Neal Hefti [Interview] 167: Mar 2006, 38-42

PAXTON RECORDS
Paxton Records Appear Again. 125: Feb 1996, 42-45

PAXTON, W. & Co. Ltd
British Recorded Mood Music Libraries, No 4. 133: Dec 1997, 25-29

PEARSALL, Ronald
In a Monastery Garden [Reminiscences]. 116: May 1994, 51-52
---------Confessions of a Semi-Pro Pianist. 117: Jul 1994, 14

PERKINS, Frank
Frank Perkins by Arthur Jackson. 122: Jul 1995, 40-41, 48

PERRY, Ted
Obituary. 155: Jun 2003, 31-32

PETERSON, Oscar
Salutes Farnon. 146: Mar 2001, 21-23

PHILLIPS, Donald
Obituary. 117: Jul 1994, 46-47

PHILLIPS, Montague
Montague Phillips, 1885-1969: An Appreciation by Philip Scowcroft. 144:
Sep 2000, 14-15

PHILLIPS, Van
Obituary. 111: Dec 1993, 28-29

PICKERING, Joe
A Kiwi Looks at Light Music. 152: Sep 2002, 31-33

PORTER, Cole
Cole Porter for Orchestra by Reuben Musiker. 121: Apr 1995, 34-36
---------Profile by Murray Ginsberg. 167: Mar 2006, 18-19

POURCEL, Franck
Obituary by Serge Elhaik. 148: Sep 2001, 41-42

POWELL, Malcolm
Robert Farnon: a Memory of a Modest Man. 163: May 2005, 14

PRYOR, Arthur
Arthur Pryor 1870-1972 by Rick van Santvoord. 148: Sep 2001, 25

PUERLING, Gene
ASMAC Salutes a Great Vocal Arranger by Albert Killman.
154: Mar 2003, 10-11

PYTHON, Monty
Classical, Light and Production Music used by Monty Python by Dan Matheson.
152: Sep 2002, 65-70

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QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA. CD Review Article. 148: Sep 2001, 9-12

QUILTER, Roger
Roger Quilter: His Life and Music by Valerie Langfield. Book Review by Philip Scowcroft. 152: Sep 2002, 50

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RAKSIN, David
Obituary. 161: Dec 2004, 45-46

RASEY, Uan
Uan Rasey in Conversation with Forrest Patten. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 26-30

READE, Paul
Obituary. 132: Oct 1997, 70

RECORDED MUSIC LIBRARIES
Early Recorded Music Libraries by Graham Newton. 168: Jun 2006, 31-37;
169: Oct 2006, 15-21; 170: Dec 2006, 70-75

REILLY, Tommy
Tommy Reilly MBE by Sigmund Groven. 140: Sep 1999, 27-28
---------Obituary. 145: Dec 2000. 67-68
-------- Tommy Reilly: A Personal Appreciation by Sigmund Groven. 146: Mar 2001,
43-46

RENARD, Enrique
Les Baxter: an American Impressionist. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 32-34
---------A Bunch of Holidays: the David Rose Story. 166: Dec 2005, 38-41
---------The Great Ones Compared [Gould, Kostelanetz, Rose, etc] 168: Jun 2006, 8-12

RENÉ, Henri
Obituary. [Conductor]. 114: Dec 1993, 44
----------Conversations with Henri René, 1980 by Forest Patten. 146: Jan 2001, 63-66

REYNOLDS, Alfred
Theatre Specialist: Alfred Reynolds 1884-1969 by Philip Scowcroft. 141: Dec 1999, 43-46

REYNOLDS, Brian
Music of Jack Coles. 110: Dec 1992, 17-19
---------Music at Breakfast Time. 113: Sep 1993, 28-31
---------Light Orchestras in the Royal Parks. 117: Jul 1994, 36-37
---------What Light Music Means to Me. 120: Feb 1995, 16-19
---------Frank Chacksfield: Obituary. 123: Oct 1995, 40-44
---------BBC Radio Kent Remembers Music While You Work.
130: Mar 1997, 12-13
---------Radio Kent Remembers Music While You Work Again. 135: Jun 1998, 37
---------Louis Voss and the Kursaal Orchestra. 137: Dec 1998, 41-42
--------Radio Kent is Instrumentally Yours. 139: Jun 1999, 39
--------The BBC Midland Light Orchestra. 147: Jun 2001, 49-53
--------Article on Popular and Light Music Definitions. 151: Jun 2002, 60-61
--------Reginald Leopold. 155: Jun 2003, 56-57

RHODES, Wendy
Stanley Black: a Tribute. 157: Dec 2003, 50-51

RICHARDSON, Clive
Clive Richardson by David Ades, Alexander Gleason and Tony Clayden . 113: Sep 1993, 9-11
---------Clive Richardson 1909-1998 by David Ades. 138: Mar 1999, 6-8
---------Clive and Unity Richardson: a Personal Reminiscence by Tony Clayden. 138:
Mar 1999, 8-10
--------Holiday Spirit by Clive Richardson. Analysed by Robert Walton.
167: Mar 2006, 79

ROBERT FARNON SOCIETY
Robert Farnon Society: Its First 35 Years by Reuben Musiker. 107: Apr 1992,
10-11
---------Robert Farnon Scene 30 Years Ago. 108: Jul 1992, 39-44

ROBERT FARNON SOCIETY: Reports
London Meeting, 24 November 1991. 107: Apr 1992, 6-7
London Meeting, 5 November 1992. 107: Apr 1992, 14-15
London Meeting, Nov 1992. 111, Feb 1993, 8-9
London Meeting, 4 Apr 1993, 37-56
London Meeting. 28 November 1993. 115: Feb 1994, 49
Spring 1994 Meeting. 117: Jul 1994, 30-31
Meeting, November 1994. 120: Feb 1995, 34
Report by Paul Clatworthy on Meeting, 2 Apr 1995. 122, Jul 1995, 10-12
40th Anniversary Celebrations. 127: Jul 1996, 35-51
Recital Report by Paul Clatworthy, 24 Nov. 1996. 130: Mar 1997, 31-33
London Meeting, 6 Apr 1997. 131: Jul 1997. 49-50
London Recital, 30 Nov 1997. 134: Mar 1998, 56
Celebrations for Robert Farnon's 80th Birthday. 132: Oct 1997, 32-45
London Meeting 5 Apr 1998. 135: Jun 1998, 6-7
London Meeting, 29 Nov 1998. 138 Mar 1999, 30
Meeting 18 Apr 1999. 140. Sep 1999, 55-56
Report by Paul Clatworthy on Meeting, 28 Nov 1999. 142: Mar 2000, 44-45
Spring Meeting, 2 Apr 2000. Report by Paul Clatworthy
Meeting, 26 Nov 2000. 146: Mar 2001, 52-55
Meeting, 1 Apr 2001. 147: Jun 2001, 6-7
Meeting, 25 Nov 2001. 150: Mar 2002, 41-45
Report by Peter Burt on Meeting, 7 Apr 2002. 152: Sep 2002, 42-45
Report on Meeting 24 November 2002, 43-49
85th Birthday Celebration by Peter Burt. 154: Mar 2003, 43-49
Report on Meeting 6 April 2003 by Peter Burt. 156: Sep 2003, 47, 52-53
Report on Meeting 30 November 2003 by Peter Burt. 158: Mar 2004, 50,52
Report on Spring Meeting Apr 2004 by Peter Burt. 160: Sep 2004, 44-45, 52-53
Report on Meeting 28 Nov 2004 by Peter Burt. 162: Mar 2005, 45-49
Report on Meeting 3 Apr 2005 by Paul Clatworthy 43-45

ROBERT FARNON REPORTS
Top Gear [About the First Meeting of the RFS Society, Apr 1956] by Jim Palm.
167: Mar 2006, 12-13
Memorable Afternoon: Report on RFS 50th Anniversary Meeting by Peter Burt.
169: Oct 2006, 32-48

RODERICK, Stan
Obituary. 117: Jul 1994, 49

RODGERS, Richard
Richard Rodgers Centenary by Reuben Musiker. 153: Dec 2002, 18

ROGER, Roger
Roger Roger: an Interview by Keith Hamer. 109: Oct 1992, 10-11
---------Roger Roger: a Special Tribute by Serge Elhaik. 123: Oct 1995, 85;
124: Dec 1995, 26-27, 46; 125: Feb 1996, 41: 127: Jul 1996, 12-14

ROS, Edmundo
Life and Times of Edmundo Ross by Bill Johnson. 166: Dec 2005, 17-20;
167: Mar 2006, 67-71

ROSE, David
David Rose's 'Holiday for Strings'. Analysed by Robert Walton.
162: Mar 2005, 63-64
---------A Bunch of Holidays: the David Rose Story by Enrique Renard.
166: Dec 2005, 38-41.
--------Why David Rose Composed 'The Stripper' by Donald Southwall.
167: Mar 2006, 11

ROSSE, Frederick
Musical Man of the Theatre: Frederick Rosse, 1867-1940 by Philip Scowcroft. 142: Mar 2000, 18

ROZSA, Miklos
Obituary. 123: Oct 1995, 45

RUSSO, William
Obituary. 155: Jun 2003, 33-34

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SALINGER, Conrad
Conrad Salinger-MGM Arranger Supreme by Richard Hindley.
156: Sep 2003, 8-15

SAUNDERS, Adam
Adam Saunders: A Young Composer of Note by Peter Edwards. 165: Sep 2005, 37-40

SAUNDERS, Stanley
Robert Farnon: Genius and Humility. 165: Sep 2005, 5-8

SCHARF, Walter
Obituary. 155: Jun 2003, 74-75

SCHATTE, Alexander
Werner Tautz and Heinz Kiessling. 118: Oct 1994, 52
---------Karl Grell: Mr Light Music From Vienna. 130: Mar 1997, 20
---------Werner Tautz. 135: Jun 1998, 28-29
--------Toni Leutwiler, Swiss Composer. 137: Dec 1998, 12-13
---------Michel Henrion Plays Light Music Radio Orchestras of the Past Again.
140: Sep 1999, 57
--------A Portrait in Music: a Tribute to Prof Karl Grell on his 75th Birthday. 144:
Sep 2000, 50-51

SCHROEDER, John
John Schroeder by David Noades. 141: Dec 1999, 37-39; 142: Mar 2000, 37-39

SCHULTZ, Norbert
Obituary. 154: Mar 2003, 71-72

SCOWCROFT, Philip L
Broadcast Festival of Light Music in 1949. 135: Jun 1998, 35-36
---------Fifty Years Ago: Light Music on the BBC in 1949. 136: Sep 1998,
9-10
---------Elgar and His Contribution to Light Music. 137: Dec 1998, 19-24
---------Doncaster, South Yorkshire: One Town's Contribution to Light Music.
138: Mar 1999, 23-26
-------- Albert W Ketelbey: a Master of British Light Music. 138: Mar 1999, 49-51
---------Haydn Wood, 1882-1959. 139: Jun 1999, 15-16
--------The Archers and All That: a Note on Arthur Wood (1875-1953) 139: Jun 1999,
63-64
---------Louis Jullien and the Development of the Promenade Concert in Provincial
Britain, 1844-59. 140: Sep 1999, 15-17
--------Theatre Specialist: Alfred Reynolds, 1884-1969. Dec 1999, 43-46
-------- Musical Man of the Theatre: Frederick Rosse, 1867-1940. 142: Mar 2000, 18
---------Henry Ernest Geehl, 1881-1961. 142: Mar 2000, 24
---------Hubert Bath, 1883-1945: a Composer for all Seasons. 142: Mar 2000, 35-36
---------The Plymouth Hoe Man: John Ansell, 1874-1948. 142: Mar 2000, 46
----------The Bucalossi Family: Their Contribution to British Light Music.
143: June 2000, 16-18
---------Joseph Holbrooke, 1878-1958: the Composer of Light Music. 143: Jun 2000, 24
---------Percy Fletcher, 1879-1932. 143: Jun 2000, 40
---------Madeleine Thring: Inspired Miniaturist. 144: Sep 2000, 45-46
---------Harold Fraser-Simson: the Maid of the Mountains Man. 145: Dec 2000, 13-14
-------- Frederick Curzon [Biography]. 145: Dec 2000, 26-27
---------Waltzes Were His Destiny: a Note on Sydney Baynes. 146: Mar 2001, 24
---------Reginald King: Pianist, Composer and Broadcaster. 146: Mar 2001, 71-72
---------Bandmaster and Composer: the Career of Walton O'Donnell.
148: Sep 2001, 17-18
---------Norman O'Neill: Man of the Theatre. 149: Dec 2001, 56-57
---------Carey Blyton: a Modern Genius of Light Music. 150: Mar 2002, 14-15
---------Light Music and Crime Fiction. 151: Jun 2002, 31-33
---------Demande et Réponse: Samuel Coleridge Taylor: the Light Music Composer.
153: Sep 2002, 37-38
---------Music and Railways. 153: Dec 2002, 37-41
---------Music and Aviation. 154: Mar 2003, 31-35
--------Sport and Music. 156: Sep 2003, 34-38
--------Light Music and Charles Dickens. 159: Jun 2004, 28-29
--------Ralph Vaughan Williams. 160: Sep 2003, 34-35
--------Leslie Bridgewater: Pianist, Conductor and Composer. 161: Dec 2004, 69
--------Gustav Holst. 162: Mar 2005, 23
---------Edrich Siebert: Man of Brass. 162: Mar 2005, 62
--------Robert Farnon: His Place in the History of British Light Music.
163: May 2005, 5-6
--------Music and Wilkie Collins. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 35
--------Horse Racing in Light Music. 166: Dec 2006, 46
--------Beatrix Potter and Light Music. 167: Mar 2006, 80
---------British Children's Authors and Light Music. 168: Jun 2006, 28-29
--------Light Music and Alice. 170: Dec 2006, 27-28
---------Sir Arthur Bliss: Composer of Light Music. 170: Dec 2006, 77-78

SCRIVENS, David J C
Bing Crosby Convention. 154: Mar 2003, 50-51
---------Remembering Johnny Mercer. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 38-39

SEEKINGS-FOSTER, Peter
Metropole Up-Date. 158: Mar 2004, 51

SEVERINSEN, Doc
Doc Severinsen on Command by Richard Jessen. 138: Mar 1999, 52-53; 139: Jun 1999, 21-22; 140: Sep 1999, 38-39; 141: Dec 1999, 29-30

SHADWELL, Charles
Memories of Charles Shadwell by Geoffrey Lord. 119: Dec 1994, 47-48

SHAW, Artie
Obituary. 162: Mar 2005, 74-75

SIEBERT, Edrich
Edrich Siebert: Man of Brass by Philip Scowcroft. 162: Mar 2005, 62

SIGMAN, Carl
Obituary. 145: Dec 2000, 71

SILVER, John
Fascinating World of Mood Music. 107: Apr 1992, 8-11
---------In Memory of Alan Dell. 124: Dec 1995, 43.
---------Golden Years of South African Newsreels. 154: Mar 2003, 21

SINATRA, Frank
Frank Sinatra: the Aborted Trip to Australia by Bill Barlow. 136: Sep 1998, 7-8
---------The Voice: an Appreciation of Frank Sinatra by Richard Jessen. 136: Sep 1998,
21-22
--------There was Magic Abroad in the Air: Revisiting Sinatra Sings Great Songs in
Great Britain by Bernard Vogel. 141: Dec 1999, 8-17

SIRAVO, George
Obituary. 143: Jun 2000, 52

SLATKIN, Felix and Leonard
The Slatkin Story-Interview with Leonard Slatkin by Martin Goldsmith.
168: Jun 2006, 15-17

SMITH, Daniel
Interview with David Ades. 165: Sep 2005, 66-71

SOUTHWELL, Donald
Why David Rose composed 'The Stripper'. 167: Mar 2006, 11

SQUIRES, Rosemary
Fifty-Fifty Anniversary. 136: Sep 1998, 32-37
--------Rosemary Squires: Jazz at the Chapel by Jim Palm. 140: Sep 1999, 23

STAPLETON, Cyril
Cyril Stapleton: Profile by David Ades. !49: Dec 2001, 64-67
---------Biography . 153: Dec 2002, 48-49

STEINBERG, William
Recordings. Richard Jessen. 157: Dec 2003, 40-42

STEINFELT, Norman
Norman Steinfelt by Clive Fleckney. 106: Feb 1992, 14

STEVENS, James
James Stevens by Peter Worsley. 158: Mar 2004, 69

STEVENS, Len
Len Stevens by Arthur Jackson. 126: Apr 1996, 60-62

STEVENS, Neil
Robert Farnon Radio File. 111: Dec 1993, 40-43
---------George Melachrino: Broadcast Research by Neil Stevens. 113: Sep 1993, 14-15;
114: Dec 1993, 18-19; 115: Feb 1994, 9-13; 116: May 1994, 67; 117: Jul 1994, 53; 118: Oct 1994, 48-49 STOTT, Wally
Wally Stott and Reader's Digest as Told to Reuben Musiker by Angela Morley.
119: Dec 1994, 69-70

STRINGER, Brian
Those Forgotten 78's . 153: Dec 2003, 32-33

SUTHERLAND, Gavin
Interview with Rob Barnett. 153: Dec 2002, 20-24

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TALBOT, Jon
Tying Knots in Music. 119, Dec 1994, 30
---------Waning of Wax. 120: Feb 1995, 21
--------Mother Nature and the R.I.A.A. 122: Jul 1995, 30

TAMBURELLO, Tony
Tribute. 112: May 1993, 21

TATE, Phyllis
Phyllis Tate, 1911-1985 by Edmund Whitehouse. 157: Dec 2003, 10

TAUTZ, Werner
Werner Tautz and Heinz Kiessling by Alexander Schatte. 118: Oct 1994, 52
Werner Tautz, by Alexander Schatte. 135: Jun 1998, 28-29

TAYLOR, Peter
Jerry Goldsmith in Barcelona. 142: Mar 2000, 25-26
---------Philip Lane: Composer, Arranger and Orchestrator. 145: Dec 2000, 11-12
---------Elmer Bernstein: the Magnificent One. 148: Sep 2001. 14-15
---------Maurice Jarre in Barcelona. 150: Mar 2002, 31-32
---------Benvinguts, John Fox. 167: Mare 2006, 23-24
---------Film Music Festival in Madrid. 170: Dec 2006, 8-9

TEICH, Howard R
Bill Evans: Time Remembered. 113: Sep 1993, 32-33

TERNENT, Billy
Billy Ternent by David Ades. 149: Dec 2001, 53-55

THOMSON, Bryden
Obituary [Conductor]. 107: Apr 1992, 13

THORNHILL, Claude
Subtle Touch of Claude Thornhill by Arthur Jackson. 158:Mar 2004, 25-27

TOMLINSON, Ernest
Leroy Anderson: Arranged by Ernest Tomlinson. 126: Apr 1996, 28-31
---------Personal Memories of the Bosworth Recorded Library. 135: Jun 1998, 77
---------Canadian WAAFS in Concert. 140: Sep 1999, 24-25
---------Ernest Tomlinson: a 75th Birthday Tribute by David Ades. 141: Dec 1999, 34-35
--------Profile by David Ades. 160: Sep 2004, 41-43
--------80th Birthday Event. 161: Dec 2004, 34-35

TORCH, Sidney
Sidney Torch Conducting the New Century Orchestra. Review of CD by David Ades. 152: Sep 2002, 16-19
Sidney Torch Recalled by Lew Williams. 164: Jun/Jul 2005, 40-50

TURNER, David
Bob and 'Melody Fair'. 165: Sep 2005, 25.

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UPTON, Stuart Frederick
Obituary. 135: Jun 1998, 5

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