January 3, 1950 in History
Born:
Beth Anderson, born in Lexington, Kentucky, composer, singer, neo-romantic genre, invented swales, a musical form based on collages, samples of newly composed music vs. existing music, famous for singing with Limahl on 'The Never Ending Story' film title song




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