Anderson, Harold Vernon 21.mar.1900-1.aug.1969 USA Wisconsin Pierce, Spring Valley - Arizona, Phoenix
pianist, music teacher, composer, arranger, 17.apr.1909 his parents moved to Fernie British Columbia Canada, 1918 studied music at McGill University in Montreal Canada, 1918 still residing with his parents in Fernie, 1930 residing and employed as pianist in Medford Oregon (1930 his widowed father and his married brother Oscar also resided in Medford), after 1930 he moved to California, 1942 still single residing as musician and music teacher in California, 11.aug.1942 enlisted in San Francisco as warrant officer for military service during WWII, 1967 he moved from Montreal to Phoenix, died at his home 116 West Coronado Road in Phoenix, 4.aug.1969 services were at Universal Memorial Center in Phoenix followed by cremation at Siskiyou Memorial Park in Medford Oregon ; son of foreman/saloon keeper Andrew F Anderson (Norway, Toldalm Oshidalm 17.feb.1865-a1940 Oregon, Flounce Rock near Medford) and Aagot 'Agnes' O Brendyen (Norway 19.oct.1873-22.nov.1918 Fernie, spanish flu epidemic) ; brother Arthur Benny (Wisconsin, Stanley 13.jan.1893-15.aug.1960 San Francisco bur Los Angeles), brother Oscar Melvin (Stanley 20.sep.1897-2.jan.1990 Medford), sister Ruth (Spring Valley 13.feb.1903-20.jun.1912 Fernie) ; he married Grace Kaiser ; stepson Roger Kaiser of San Francisco, stepdaughter Mrs. Harriette Slocumb of Tucson

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no music found by Harold Vernon Anderson
the following music is probably all by Harold B. Anderson, 1936-1968 arranger of music for film, radio and television for Sam Fox Pub. Co. Inc. New York and Edward B. Marks Music Corp. New York

[] Pink elephants. Foxtrot. Song with dance orchestra
music Mort Dixon, Harry Woods, arr Harold Anderson
lyrics R. H. Noeltner
pub Keit-Engel Inc. Music Publishers, New York 1932

[] Island serenade "Stars were bright on that night in Hawaii". Voices and instruments. 1944
music Ray Kinney and Harold Anderson
lyrics Johnny Noble

[] I love Lucy. 1953
composed by Eliot Daniel and Harold Anderson

[] The woodpecker song (Reginella campagnola)
english lyrics Harold Adamson, italian lyrics C. Bruno, music Eldo di Lazzaro, arr Harold Anderson
featured by The Andrew Sisters
pub Robbins Music, New York 1940

[] G'bye now. Chorus or quartet for TTBB male voices and piano
words and music Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, arr Harold Anderson
for the musical Hellzapoppin'
pub Broadcast Music Inc., New York 1941

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