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Raymond Scott was the composer whose madcap 1930s music -- a dizzying comic mix of classical music, Ellington jungle jazz and Jewish klezmer, among other things -- was a prime ingredient on the soundtracks to a slew of classic Warner Bros. Looney Tune and Merrie Melodies cartoons. Veteran Bay Area saxophonist and clarinetist Jeff Sanford fell under the late composer's spell as a kid in Queens, watching Saturday morning cartoons. Sanford has spent the past couple of years tracking down charts of Scott's intricately arranged music and organizing a 13-piece band to play it.

Added by eric.y on May 13, 2007

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