Belasco, Jacques Dallin (ne Berladsky, Jacob) 1908-12.jun.1973 Ukraine, Odessa - USA NY, New York
arranger, jewish, studied in Germany, 1933-1937 composer for film in Paris France, 4.feb.1938 emigrated from Paris to the USA New York, 18.apr.1945 in New York City naturalized American, 1940-1945 residing with his mother at 126 West 73rd Street New York, 1949 at 5 River Drive Manhattan, 1957-1959 arranger at 25 Central Park West Manhattan ; son of pianist Seraphina Berladsky (Odessa 1880- / 1930-1940 residing at 9 rue du Square Carpeux Paris / 1940-1945 residing with her son Jacques at 126 West 73rd Street New York) ; brother of Leon Belasco (Leonid Berladsky)

Title Parts


[] Little king of Toyland
words and music Al Stillman, RudyVallee, Delyce Deering and Jacques Dallin (pseud of Jacob Berladsky)
pub Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 30nov1938

[] Night glow. Piano. 18oct1939
pub with words by George Dennis and Jules Loman, Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 15nov1939

[] So deep is the night "Tristesse" (based on Chopin's etude in E)
words Al Stillman
pub Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 19jul1940

[] Quaker Hill polka (from the film For country life). Piano
pub Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 3sep1940

[] Serenade to love
words Al Stillman
pub Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 18oct1940

[] Semper paratus. Foxtrot
words and music Francis S. van Boskerck, arr. for orchestra Jacques Belasco (pseud of Jacob Berladsky)
pub Sam Fox Co., Cleveland 14jul1942

[] The ramparts we watch. Documentary film. 1940
[] Laugh your blues away. Film score. 1942
[] The girl from Nantucket. Musical comedy. 1945
[] Joy of living (The art of Renoir). Documentary short. 1952
[] The magic fountain. Film score. 1961
[] Rings around the world. Documentary film. 1966
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