Lennick wrote:

Capitol came out with an album with a sexy cover in the late 40s, "Music
from Out of
the Moon", featuring original compositions by Harry Revel and the artistry
of Samuel
J. Joffman 

That's Hoffman. He was a dentist.

As well, someone (I forget who) wrote a
concerto for Theremin and Orchestra, which Stokowski featured in the mid 40s
(soloist, Clara Rockmore, one of the Reisenbergs). 

That was Anis Fuleihan - I don't blame you for not being able to remember
that name!

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"Contemporary composers, and at least a considerable number of them, explain
what system they used, in what way they arrived at something. I do not do
that. I think that the matter of the way by which one arrived at something
is, for the listeners, unimportant. What matters is the final result, that
is the work itself." -Grazyna Bacewicz, 1964