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  • FILE - Composers Richard M. Sherman, left, who, along with his brother Robert, wrote the song "It's a Small World" for the Disneyland ride of the same name, and Michael Giacchino, right, who composed the driving music for Disneyland's newly-redesigned "Space Mountain" ride, work in a sound room at Walt Disney Imagineering offices in Glendale, Calif., July 5, 2005. Sherman, one half of the prolific, award-winning pair of brothers who helped form millions of childhoods by penning classic Disney tunes, died Saturday, May 25, 2024. He was 95. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)

  • FILE - Actress Debbie Reynolds poses with Academy Awards winners for best music Richard M. Sherman, right, and Robert Sherman, left, who received the award for "Mary Poppins" in Santa Monica, Calif., April 5, 1965. Richard Sherman, one half of the prolific, award-winning pair of brothers who helped form millions of childhoods by penning classic Disney tunes, died Saturday, May 25, 2024. He was 95. (AP Photo/File)

  • A member of "Chav Brass" band, wearing tracksuits and sportswear to imitate a type of style in the youth culture, boards in their coach as they prepare to depart after playing in the Whit Friday brass band competition in the village of Diggle, near Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. Chav Brass, a scratch band which has formed for one day per year to play in the Whit Friday contests, has competed since 2007 and is made up from musicians who either play at, or who have played at, the very top level of banding. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • Members of the "City of Chester Band" wait to play in the Whit Friday brass band competition in the village of Diggle, near Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • Members of "Chav Brass" band, wearing tracksuits and sportswear to imitate a type of style in the youth culture, rehearse in the Oldham Music Centre as they prepare to play in the Whit Friday brass band competitions, in Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. Chav Brass, a scratch band which has formed for one day per year to play in the Whit Friday contests, has competed since 2007 and is made up from musicians who either play at, or who have played at, the very top level of banding. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • A member of "Chav Brass" band, wearing tracksuits and fake golden chains to imitate a type of style in the youth culture, prepares to play in the Whit Friday brass band competition, in the village of Lydgate, near Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. Chav Brass, a scratch band which has formed for one day per year to play in the Whit Friday contests, has competed since 2007 and is made up from musicians who either play at, or who have played at, the very top level of banding. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • Members of "Chav Brass" band, wearing tracksuits and sportswear to imitate a type of style in the youth culture, rehearse in the Oldham Music Centre as they prepare to play in the Whit Friday brass band competitions, in Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. Chav Brass, a scratch band which has formed for one day per year to play in the Whit Friday contests, has competed since 2007 and is made up from musicians who either play at, or who have played at, the very top level of banding. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

  • Members of "Chav Brass" band, wearing tracksuits and sportswear to imitate a type of style in the youth culture, prepare to play in the Whit Friday brass band competition, in the village of Heyrod, near Oldham, northern England on May 24, 2024. Chav Brass, a scratch band which has formed for one day per year to play in the Whit Friday contests, has competed since 2007 and is made up from musicians who either play at, or who have played at, the very top level of banding. The "Saddleworth and Tameside District Whit Friday Brass Band Contests" attract approximately 100 brass bands from all over the UK and Europe to compete in around 20 villages and towns on the western edge of the Pennines. The competition, which was first recorded in 1884, sees each band perform two pieces; one whilst marching and then a show-piece on a rostrum. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

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