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  4. Frank Chacksfield (Francis Charles Chacksfield) was born in Battle, East Sussex, and as a child learned to play piano and organ. He appeared at Hastings Music Festivals by the time he was 14, and then became deputy church organist at Salehurst After working for a short period in a solicitor's office he decided on a career in music, and by the late s, led a small band at Tonbridge in Kent.
  5. Frank Chacksfield, born Francis Charles Chacksfield (May 9, - June 9, ) was a popular conductor in the "easy listening" style. He was born in Battle, East Sussex, England and is remembered by many music lovers and record collectors for his numerous albums and appearances on radio and television during the era following the second world war.
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  7. Listen to Frank Chacksfield And His Orchestra on Napster The Golden Age of Light Music: Cinema Classics: Songs And Themes From Theatre Play 3. Smile Of A Latin. Tango (Analog Source Remaster ) Frank Chacksfield And His Orchestra Play Glamorous Holiday (Remastered ).
  8. The connection with Chester led to Chacksfield's first recording, as the accompanist for Frederick Ferrari, one of Chester's lead singers. During this time, he was formed his own group, the Tunesmiths, and conducted orchestras for Henry Hall and Geraldo. Frank Chacksfield signed with Decca and made his recorded solo debut in the early '50s.

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