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Robert Lowden

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Robert Lowden

Biography

Robert William Lowden (23 July 1920, Camden, N.J. – 30 October 1998, Medford, N.J.) was an American composer and arranger.

Mr. Lowden attended Temple University as a music education student and later became a trombonist and arranger with the U.S. Army Band. He also did arranging for Claude Thornhill and Oscar Dumont. He taught instrumental music in the public schools of Camden, New Jersey (1958-1968). He left this position to devote full time to composing and arranging music for school bands, stage bands, orchestras, and small ensembles. He is best known for his band arrangements of current popular and show music.


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