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M.L. Lake

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Mayhew Lester Lake was born 25 October, 1879 in Southville, Massachusetts, USA. As composer or arranger he used many pseudonyms, including Lester Brockton, Alfred Byers, Paul Du Lac, Mayhew Beaulac and William Lester. He died 16 March, 1955 in Palisades, New Jersey, USA.

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Known For

The Maiden Heist
The Maiden Heist Soundtrack
(2009)
Anna Christie
Anna Christie Soundtrack
(1930)
Rain or Shine
Rain or Shine Soundtrack
(1930)
The Submarine Eye
(1917)

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 2010 Boardwalk Empire (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Ivory Tower (2010) ... (writer: "Recollections of Alzaga" - uncredited)
 2009 The Maiden Heist (writer: "The Halls of Montezuma" - as Mayhew Lake)
 1930 Rain or Shine (music: "Day at the Fair" - uncredited)
 1930/I Anna Christie (music: "Acrobatic Flyer" - uncredited)
 1929 Synthetic Sin (music: "Slidus Trombonus" - uncredited)
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"Radioverture" Premiered in June 1924 at the Strand Theater in Brooklyn, New York. It depicts a series of musical excerpts, instrumental and vocal, as done on radio, with the customary interruptions, squeals, static and code. Composer M.L. Lake's own description on the cover page of the sheet music refers to it as "a ... See more »
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Trivia:

Mayhew Lester Lake was born 25 October, 1879 in Southville, Massachusetts, USA. As composer or arranger he used many pseudonyms, including Lester Brockton, Alfred Byers, Paul Du Lac, Mayhew Beaulac and William Lester. He died 16 March, 1955 in Palisades, New Jersey, USA.

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