A year or so ago, a relatively well-known British composer died after a long and distinguished career doing what he did best, namely writing theme tunes for television programs, advertising jingles, and game-show stings and fillers. Many of the UK's high-powered daily newspapers printed fulsome obituaries, as, on its website, did that bastion of truth and integrity, the BBC, for whom the composer had worked for many years. Three of the newspapers, the UK weekly entertainment trade magazine, ...
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