Scott Bradley (2)

Scott Bradley (2)

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Scott Bradley
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Scott Bradley (1891–1977) was the in-house animation composer at M-G-M from 1934 to 1958, scoring the classic Tom and Jerry shorts by Hanna & Barbera as well as Tex Avery's cartoons (Droopy, the Wolf, Screwy Squirrel, etc.). Along with Carl Stalling at Warner Bros., Bradley invented what is today considered the classic Hollywood cartoon sound—the chaotic but inherently musical blend of pop/classical quotes and symphonic outbursts. Bradley was actually a modernist concert composer who also did occasional dramatic scoring at M-G-M; he took his work seriously and his cartoons became all the more hilarious because of it.
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Scott Bradley (2) Discography

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Scott Bradley (2) Music From The Tex Avery (Album) Milan France 1992 Sell This Version
FSM Vol. 9 No. 17 Scott Bradley (2) Tom And Jerry & Tex Avery Too! Vol. 1: The 1950s (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks)(2xCD, Album, Ltd) Film Score Monthly FSM Vol. 9 No. 17 US 2006 Sell This Version