Raymond Scott
Genres:
Avant-Garde, Classical, Comedy/Spoken, Easy Listening, Electronic, Jazz, Pop/Rock, Stage & Screen
Meta styles:
Big Band/Swing, Exotica/Lounge, Experimental Electronic, Film Music, Modern Composition, Musical Comedy, Psychedelic/Garage, Spoken Comedy, Television Music
Styles:
Cartoon Music, Comedy, Computer Music, Novelty, Obscuro, Soundtracks, Space Age Pop, Swing

Raymond Scott (born Harry Warnow, 10 September 1908 ? 8 February 1994), was an American composer, orchestra leader, pianist, engineer, electronic instrument inventor and electronic music pioneer. He was born in Brooklyn to a family of Russian-Jewish immigrants. Though Scott never scored cartoon soundtracks, his music is familiar to millions because of its adaptation by Warner Bros. In 1936, Scott formed the "Raymond Scott Quintette", hoping to revitalise swing music through tight, busy arrangements and reduced reliance on improvisation.

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Toonerville Trolley 1940-1944

Toonerville Trolley 1940-1944

Year:
2005
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24
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128 kbps
Reckless Nights And Turkish Twilights

Reckless Nights And Turkish Twilights

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Year:
1992
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23
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Soothing Sounds For Baby (Volume 3: 12-18 Months)

Soothing Sounds For Baby (Volume 3: 12-18 Months)

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Year:
1963
Tracks:
3
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Soothing Sounds For Baby Volume 3

Soothing Sounds For Baby Volume 3

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Year:
1963
Tracks:
3
Bitrate:
256 kbps
Soothing Sounds For Baby Volume 2

Soothing Sounds For Baby Volume 2

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Year:
1963
Tracks:
3
Bitrate:
256 kbps
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