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David W. Guion (December 15, 1892, Ballinger, Texas – October 17, 1981), Texan composer, was best known for his arrangements of cowboy tunes, African American spirituals, and original compositions often inspired by the soundscape of west Texas. David Wendel Guion (some sources show him as David Wendel Fentress Guion) was born in Ballinger, Texas on December 15, 1892 to John I. and Armour Fentress Guion.
Guion, D. W. Guion, David Guion, David Wendel Guion, Guion, W. Guion, ガイヨン. Marketplace 150 For Sale. Arkansas Traveler (Old Fiddler's Breakdown) (as David Guion) The Carnegie Pops Orchestra - "Pops" In The Park (LP, Album, RE). Harmony (4). HL 7113.
Publisher: G. Schirmer.
Home on the Range for voice & piano (or orchestra). Country Jigs (2). 7. No 1 in C major.
The David Wendell Guion Collection consists of handwritten manuscripts of Guion's music from about 1902 to 1937, primarily influenced by cowboy songs and African-American spirituals. All pieces are written for piano, and some have lyrics In 1950 Guion was commissioned to write the suite Texas for the Houston Symphony Orchestra, and he completed the piece in 1952. In addition to "Home on the Range," Guion is best known for his arrangements of "Turkey in the Straw,""The Yellow Rose of Texas," and "The Arkansas Traveler," and for his piano pieces "The Harmonica Player" and "The Scissors Grinder.
David Guion (born 30 September 1967) is a French former professional footballer who played as a defender. Born in Le Mans, he began his playing career in the B team at Lille in 1983. He went on to represent the Lille first team, making 51 appearances between 1988 and 1991. Guion then spent three seasons with Angers, where he played 88 league matches and scored once. He was also a part of the team that won promotion to Ligue 1 in 1993. He returned to Ligue 2 in 1994 with Sedan and went on to play for Mulhouse and Red Star 93, before ending his career with Istres in 2001