Baroque American composer from the classical music parody album Baroque Americana by "The Concertgebluff Authaus Orchestra Society." The music was really by Walter Raim (of folk group The Harvesters) and Stan Green, and likely released in late 1966. The liner notes were written by professional liner notist Tom Carlson.
He composed the work "The Brassier the Beautiful," which got him in trouble with the Puritan authorities, because it was originally spelled with an "e" on the end of "Brassier." He was sentenced to the stocks by the Un-Puritan Activities Committee.