Doris Arnold

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Life

Born: 1904

Died: 1969

Biography BBC secretary, pianist and disc jockey, she was one of the first female DJs and host of the semi-classical programme "These You Have Loved". Although she was a pianist - she was often heard in double piano harmony with Harry S. Pepper - her arrangements were primarily for male voice choirs. Again these are still used; they comprise pantomime and plantation medleys and settings of folksongs.

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