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Composer Sets Politics To Music In Scoring Campaign Ads
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Composer Sets Politics To Music In Scoring Campaign Ads

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Composer Sets Politics To Music In Scoring Campaign Ads

Composer Sets Politics To Music In Scoring Campaign Ads
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Composer Todd Hahn says at the peak of a campaign season he scores as many as 18 ads a day. Over the course of his career, he figures he's done nearly 15,000. NPR introduces us to him in the latest installment of "Snapshots 2016" — a series of audio portraits of people we're meeting on the campaign trail.

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