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  • Hugh Davies


A monophonic electronic keyboard instrument developed by Raymond Scott (pseudonym of Harry Warnow; b Brooklyn, NY, 10 Sept 1908; d Van Nuys, CA, 8 Feb 1994) in Farmingdale, Long Island in 1952 and patented in 1956 (US patent no.2,871,745). A graduate of the Institute of Musical Art, from the 1930s into the 1950s Scott was a well-known bandleader, arranger and composer. In ...

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