Dementia Series-Disabled Legend Kay Swift

Kay Swift was born in 1897 and died in 1993. Kay Swift was an American composer of popular and classical music, the first woman to score a complete musical. Kay Swift was educated as a classical musician and composer at the Institute of Musical Art(now known as the Juilliard School). Kay Swift teacher of composition was Charles Loeffler, while harmony and composition was taught to her by Percy Goetschius. Kay’s marriage to a cowboy and subsequent move to Oregon prompted an autobiographical novel, Who Could Ask For Anything More? Which was made into the film Never a Dull Moment in 1950, which had a Kay Swift musical score.

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