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Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameWilliam Leon Goldenberg

Mini Bio (1)

Composer, conductor, arranger, pianist and songwriter, the son of Morris Goldenberg. He was educated at Columbia College (BA), where he composed and arranged the Columbia Varsity Shows, and also Camp Tamiment. He took private music studies with Hall Overton and he wrote incidental music for the Broadway revue "An Evening With Mike Nichols & Elaine May", and arranged dance music for "Greenwillow", "110 in the Shade", and "High Spirits". His chief musical collaborator was songwriter (and author) Larry Alexander. He joined ASCAP in 1961, and his popular-song compositions include "Shouldn't There Be Lightning?"; and "Take You For Granted". His classical compositions include "Brass Quintet"; "Woodwind Quintet"; and "String Quartet".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Louis Rugani

Personal Quotes (1)

Movies are a group endeavor and people don't want to know that. They want to know that Clint Eastwood is really Superman and Richard Attenborough is Plato reincarnated.

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