Walter Taieb (born February 13, 1973 in Paris, France) is a French record producer, songwriter, composer and conductor.
In the mid-1990s, Taieb was a member of the house music group the Original, which scored a hit single in 1995 with "I Luv U Baby".
Taieb is the composer of The Alchemist's Symphony with Juilliard professor Philip Lasser (1997). He studied conducting with Rolf Reuter in Berlin.
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