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Ray Loring; Gordon College professor composed TV scores

Ray Loring composed his works in a high-tech electronic studio in the Georgetown family home where he grew up. Ray Loring composed his works in a high-tech electronic studio in the Georgetown family home where he grew up. (Jim Wilson/globe staff/file 1996)
By J.M. Lawrence
Globe Correspondent / September 13, 2008

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Composer Ray Loring, whose music set the mood for nearly 100 episodes of the PBS series "Nova," died Sept. 6 after suffering a heart attack while climbing in the White Mountains. (Full article: 652 words)

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