Louis and Bebe Barron  

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Louis (23 April, 1920, Minneapolis1 November, 1989, Los Angeles) and Bebe Barron (16 June 1925, Minneapolis20 April 2008, Los Angeles) were two American pioneers in the field of electronic music. They are credited with writing the first electronic music for magnetic tape, and the first entirely electronic film score for the MGM movie Forbidden Planet (1956).



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