Robert Hood Bowers

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Born: May 24, 1877, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Died: December 29, 1941, New York, New York, USA

American composer, conductor and musical director

Conductor and musical director of operettas, stage musicals, and for radio.

He composed the musical scores for some of the most popular silent movies, including Aloma of the South Seas and A Daughter of the Gods.
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A2800 Robert Hood Bowers - The Kiddies Christmas Frolic album art Columbia Orchestra Under The Direction Of The Composer, R. H. Bowers* Columbia Orchestra Under The Direction Of The Composer, R. H. Bowers* - The Kiddies Christmas Frolic(Shellac, 10") Columbia A2800 USA & Canada 1920 Sell This Version
9141 Robert Hood Bowers - Cavalleria Rusticana / Tales of Hoffman album art Columbia Symphony Orchestra Under direction of Robert Hood Bowers Columbia Symphony Orchestra Under direction of Robert Hood Bowers - Cavalleria Rusticana / Tales of Hoffman(Shellac, 10") Conqueror 9141 US 1938 Sell This Version
11681 Robert Hood Bowers - Light Cavalry Overture album art Columbia Symphony Orchestra Under The Direction Of Robert Hood Bowers Columbia Symphony Orchestra Under The Direction Of Robert Hood Bowers - Light Cavalry Overture Columbia 11681 UK Unknown Sell This Version
9143 Robert Hood Bowers - Ballet Egyptien, No. 1 / Ballet Egyptien, No. 2 album art Columbia Concert Orchestra, Robert Hood Bowers Columbia Concert Orchestra, Robert Hood Bowers - Ballet Egyptien, No. 1 / Ballet Egyptien, No. 2(Shellac, 10") Conqueror 9143 US Unknown Sell This Version