Edwin Astley Edwin Astley
Throughout the 1950s and 1960s Ted Astley (b. Edwin Thomas Astley, Warrington, Cheshire, 1922. d. Goring, Oxfordshire, 1998) was perhaps the most prolific and inventive composer of British television action-adventure theme music. He was also a highly accomplished musician, songwriter and arranger of popular music, as well as composer of more formal works (an original operatic piece for Hammer's 1962 remake The Phantom of the Opera, compositions for son et lumiere performances at Hampton Court Palace and the Cairo pyramids).

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