Norman Leyden facts for kids
Norman Leyden (holding his clarinet case)
at a rehearsal in 2012
|Born||October 17, 1917
|Died||July 23, 2014
|Occupation||Conductor, composer, musician|
He worked in movie and television. He was perhaps best known as the conductor of the Oregon Symphony Pops orchestra. He co-wrote with Glenn Miller the theme "I Sustain the Wings" in 1943, which was used to introduce the World War II radio series.
Leyden died on July 23, 2014, of an unspecified cause.
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