1965 Narholz founded the Sonoton Recorded Music Library. 1970-1980 Narholz arranged, produced and conducted numerous LPs with large string orchestra under his pseudonym Norman Candler for Decca Records / Telefunken, Germany and King Records, Tokyo. 1971 Norman Candler received the "3 Star Award" from BBC London for "Best Album of the Year". Narholz founded the record label Pro Viva, which is dedicated to contemporary classical music of living composers. He composed and produced Easy Listening albums for Sonoton and Intersound with artists such as Billy May, Horst Jankowski, Nelson Riddle, Les Brown, Ted Heath (bandleader), Acker Bilk, Xavier Cugat and Franck Pourcel.
1980-2009 he concentrated on composing and producing production music for Sonoton. He is the president and co-owner of Sonoton Music GmbH&CO.KG, Munich, Germany. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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