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1942 Film composer Frank Churchill - who wrote several classic Disney numbers including "Heigh-Ho" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - dies of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at age 40.

1939 One-hit-wonder Troy Shondell, known for his 1961 chart-topper "This Time," is born Gary Wayne Schelton in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

1936 Rock and roll singer Charlie Gracie, known for the 1957 hit "Butterfly," is born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1932 Record producer Bob Johnston, known for his work with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, and Simon & Garfunkel, is born in Hillsboro, Texas.

1925 Big Band trumpeter Al Porcino is born in New York City.

1921 Noël Coward sets sail for New York aboard the S.S. Aquitania.

1917 Norman Luboff, a film and TV composer who also recorded with the likes of Frank Sinatra and Doris Day, is born in Chicago, Illinois.

1916 Jazz saxophonist Skip Martin is born in Robinson, Illinois.

1832 German composer Felix Mendelssohn's "The Hebrides Overture" also known as "Fingal's Cave" is premiered in London.

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