Arranged by Jack Halloran. Gentry Publications. Anthem, Concert, Contest, Festival, General Worship, Sacred, Spiritual. Octavo. 12 pages. Gentry Publications #JG2010. Published by Gentry Publications (HL.8738606).
- Artist: Jack Halloran
- Instruments: Choral
- Format: Octavo
- Genre: Anthem, Concert, Contest, Festival, General Worship, Sacred, Spiritual
- Lead Time: 3 to 5 business days
- Publisher: Gentry Publications
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John T. Halloran (January 10, 1916 – January 24, 1997) was an American composer and choral director. He died at 81 of a stroke.
== Biography ==
=== Early life ===
Born in Rock Rapids, Iowa in 1916, Halloran earned degrees in music from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, and Northwestern University.
=== Choral and pop culture involvement ===
He sang with a male quartet called the Cadets on several Chicago-based radio shows, including “The Breakfast Club With Don MacNeil.” He later formed the Jack Halloran Quartet, which appeared on the television programs “Dave Garroway at Large” and “The Pat Buttram Show.” Relocating to Hollywood, Halloran became a choral director for films, records and television, working with such entertainers as Roy Rogers, Pat Boone, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. He landed the job as choral director and arranger on The Dean Martin Show while working with the singer on his recording of “Volare.” Halloran also organized the Jack Halloran Singers, which performed throughout Southern California.
In 1957, Halloran arranged and recorded the current version of the now-popular Christmas song The Little Drummer Boy (at the time, titled Carol of the Drum) for the Dot Records album Christmas Is A-Comin’. However, the recording was not released as a single that year.