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Date of Birth 7 December 1898New York City, New York, USA
Date of Death 27 March 1947New York City, New York, USA

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Composer, songwriter ("Moon Love", "For Your Love"), and author, educated at DeWitt Clinton High School. He later conducted his own orchestra. He was on the executive staff of CBS' Artist Bureau and MCA. Joining ASCAP in 1939, his chief musical collaborators included Sammy Stept, Mack David, Don George, and Walter Kent. His other popular-song compositions include "I Never Mention Your Name (Oh No)", "There's Honey on the Moon Tonight", "What Is Love?", "An Evening in Paris", "Just a Moon Ago", "Yesterday's Love", "My Songs", "Pretty Little Hindu", Nothing Ever Happens to Me", and "Serenade to Love".

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