Felix Slatkin (December 22, 1915 - February 8, 1963) was a violinist, arranger, and conductor who was active in Hollywood during the 1940s-early 1960s. He founded the Hollywood String Quartet and was Frank Sinatra's concertmaster and conductor during the 1950s.
Best known songs (with years) include:
Pop charts debut year: 1960
Years active: ca. 1930s - early 1960s
Genres: Classical, traditional pop, film music
Labels: Capitol, Liberty
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