Arthur Greenslade  

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Arthur Greenslade is a British conductor and arranger for films and television as well as a for a number of performers. In the 1950's he was pianist / arranger with the Oscar Rabin Band. He has arranged for Jack Jones, Chris Farlowe, Serge Gainsbourg, Cat Stevens, Diana Ross. and Dusty Springfield. He has conducted orchestras in the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall, and was musical director for Engelbert Humperdinck and Shirley Bassey.

Greenslade has also conducted some "easy listening" classics.

He was most active in the 1960s and 1970s.




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