This collection consists of ozalid copies, mimeograph copies, and photostats of musical comedy scores and scripts
Malotte was born May 19, 1895 in Philadelphia,
PA.; was a choristor at St. James Episcopal
Church; studied with W.S. Stansfield, and later in
Paris with Gordon Jacob; moved to Hollywood, where
he became a member of the music staff of the Walt
Disney Studios; composed the scores for some of
Disney's "Silly symphonies" and "Ferdinand, the
Bull"; composed the popular setting of the The
Lord's Prayer (1935); also set to music the 23rd
Psalm and other religious texts; he died on Nov.
16, 1964 in Los Angeles.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
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