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Art Fransis Minèo Edit Profile

Composer , conductor , playwright

Art Fransis Minèo, American composer, conductor, playwright. Recipient Citation award United States Government, 1944. Member President Roosevelt's White House Band, Washington, 1943-1944. Served with United States Army, 1942-1945. Member of Elks.

Background

Minèo, Art Fransis was born on August 28, 1918 in Brooklyn. Son of Joseph and Marie (Longo Bocco) Minèo.

Education

Studies with Simone Condosta, Brooklyn, 1939. Diploma (honorary), Washington State University, 1962.

Career

String bassist various bands, New York City, 1936-1942. Director Institute Modern Music, Tacoma, 1947-1951. Band leader New Yorker Restaurant and Supper Club, 1951-1972.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Orchestrator original music of Paul Whiteman and Vincent Lopez for Seattle Worlds Fair, 1960. Conductor: (albums) Sound of Love, 1953, Styled for You by Attilio, 1957. Playwright 5 museum plays, 1950-1987.

      Composer over 1000 songs.

Membership

Member President Roosevelt's White House Band, Washington, 1943-1944. Served with United States Army, 1942-1945. Member of Elks.

Connections

Married Antoinette S. Lento, July, 22, 1945. 1 child, Eugene.

father:
Joseph Minèo

mother:
Marie (Longo Bocco) Minèo

spouse:
Antoinette S. Lento

child:
Eugene Minèo