This week's contestant from the archives is Rebecca Butler from St. Simon's Island, Georgia. What I wrote the time before was, "And it's one of the more interesting of the compositions they've had. For starters, it's a really charming piece that Bruce Adolph wrote. And the hidden popular song is extremely well-known, and the classical composer is, as well. Yet...I didn't have a clue what it was. I should have gotten the composer style -- one of those 'slap yourself in the head, oh-yeah, of course,' things -- but the closest I came wasn't close enough. But the song was deeply hidden. Interestingly, when you do know the song and go back to listen, it's gorgeously woven into the composer style and almost more of a pleasure to listen to.
Robert J. Elisberg is a two-time recipient of the Lucille Ball Award for comedy screenwriting. He's written for film, TV, the stage, and two best-selling novels, is a regular columnist for the Writers Guild of America and was for the Huffington Post. Among his other writing, he has a long-time column on technology (which he sometimes understands), and co-wrote a book on world travel. As a lyricist, he is a member of ASCAP, and has contributed to numerous publications.
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