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CARMEN CAVALLARO - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 312520

CARMEN CAVALLARO Signed publicity photograph for Carmen Cavallaro and His Orchestra Photograph signed: "Carmen Cavallaro". B/w, 8x10. Publicity photo for Music Corporation of America, captioned in lower margin.

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CARMEN CAVALLARO
Signed publicity photograph for Carmen Cavallaro and His Orchestra
Photograph signed: "Carmen Cavallaro". B/w, 8x10. Publicity photo for Music Corporation of America, captioned in lower margin. Called "the poet of the piano", Carmen Cavallaro (1913-1989) performed as a soloist with several big bands of the 1930s, then formed his own orchestra. He appeared in four films in the mid-1940s, hosted a radio program, The Schaeffer Parade, and ghosted Tyrone Power's piano playing for The Eddy Duchin Story (1956). He had a talent for arranging popular versions of classic music, including a hit recording, "Chopin's Polonnaise" (1945). Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.

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