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Novello

Ivor, real name Ivor Novello Davies. 1893--1951, Welsh actor, composer, songwriter, and dramatist
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Novello visited the Foothills the first week in August for a tour organized by University of California Cooperative Extension Central Sierra farm advisor Lynn Wunderlich.
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This year marks the 120th anniversary of the birth of the Welsh-born composer, who gives his name to both a West End theatre and the internationally respected Ivor Novello Awards.
The Ivor Novello Awards for songwriting and composing are presented annually in London.
A silent film star whose most notable film appearance was in Hitchcock's The Lodger (1926), Novello had already composed at age 21 the home front "anthem" for World War I soldiers, 1914's "Keep the Home Fires Burning.
Novello provides all clients leaving the province with a "helpful tips" sheet.
In March 2002 Novello suspended the hospital's live liver donor program after finding that inadequate staffing was a major cause in the death of Michael Hurewitz, who donated part of his liver to his brother, who survived.
When the young Ivor--who won a scholarship to Oxford--began to pursue fame on the London stage, it was with the middle name of his beloved "Mam": Novello.
Yn fab i'r clerc cyfreithiwr David Davies a'i wraig, Madam Clara Novello Davies, cantores broffesiynol, 'roedd cerddoriaeth yn ganolog ym mywyd y teulu.
This was Ivor Novello, a prodigiously talented matinee idol whose dark, brooding good looks dominated the world of the British musical for more than 30 years.