Henry Mancini

Saturday, October 12, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to composer Henry Mancini. They talk about his vast body of work including songs that have become standards, television themes, and movie scores. He talks about writing music for movies like The Glenn Miller Story, The Benny Goodman Story, and Breakfast at Tiffany's. Mancini discusses his musical preferences as he was growing up and the wide range of musical selections he chose for this program.

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