Marilyn Harris & Mark Wolfram, composers

Well known composing team creates original music for BBC-5’s popular American import MILFORD-HAVEN, U.S.A., an original radio soap opera.

When listeners find themselves humming a familiar tune, it’s probably the theme music for Milford-Haven. As haunting as their theme music is, Harris and Wolfram also provide the lilting, the suspenseful, the emotional, the romantic, and the saucy sting notes throughout the show, underscoring all the dramatic action and linking one scene with the next.

Together Mark and Marilyn have composed, performed and produced over 200 music cues for ABC-TV’s General Hospital and scored episodes of the Hanna-Barbera animated Flintstone Kids. Before their scoring career hit full stride, Marilyn and Mark literally wrote the book on “jingles”, the all-important music which sells America’s products. Their book “Getting Into The Jingle Business” is the best known book on the subject, and their commercial music has been heard from coast to coast in every kind of ad from Yoplait Yogurt to Chrysler’s Le Baron.

More on Marilyn Harris: Marilyn Harris is a noted recording artist/ singer/ songwriter. Her CD of 15 original songs on Wrightwood Records, “Between The Lines” is a classic. Her songs have previously been recorded by jazz artists Anne Marie Moss (Stash Records) and Jackie Paris (Audiophile). Marilyn has done arrangements for Bette Midler, Lola Falana, and Donna McKechnie, and her own music has been featured on PBS’s Sesame Street. To find out more about the amazing Marilyn, visit her web site:

More on Mark Wolfram: Through his multi-faceted career Mark Wolfram has arranged for Kenny Rogers, Cybill Shepherd, Joe Williams, Lena Horne, Doc Severinson and ABC-TV’s Monday Night Football, among others. He’s composed for Another World, Riptide, numerous Hanna-Barbera cartoons, Fox TV’s Essence Awards, and NBC’s Special Olympics Awards shows, and he continue to compose for industrial films, jingles and underscores for television and radio advertising. Mark’s Brass Trio (1988), which took Grand Prize in the International Horn Society Competition, is frequently performed on four continents.┬áTo find out more about the gifted Mark Wolfram, visit his web site: