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(19*-) Writer-composer. ** Together with [[Chet Forrest]] he was brought to Johannesburg by [[Diane Todd]] and [[Robin Dolton]] to oversee the world premiere of their musical [[I, Anastasia]] set to the music of [[Rachmaninov]] at the [[Alexander]] in 1981.
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[[Bob Wright]] (1914-2005) [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Wright_(writer)]. American composer-lyricist for Hollywood and the musical theatre.
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Together with [[Chet Forrest]] he was brought to Johannesburg by [[Diane Todd]] and [[Robin Dolton]] to oversee the world premiere of their musical ''[[I, Anastasia]]'' set to a score by Rachmaninov at the [[Alexander Theatre]] in 1981.
  
 
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== Sources ==
Tucker, 1997
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[[ESAT Bibliography Tra-Tz|Tucker]], 1997. 405.
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Bob Wright (1914-2005) [1]. American composer-lyricist for Hollywood and the musical theatre.

Together with Chet Forrest he was brought to Johannesburg by Diane Todd and Robin Dolton to oversee the world premiere of their musical I, Anastasia set to a score by Rachmaninov at the Alexander Theatre in 1981.

Sources

Tucker, 1997. 405.

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