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Born in Paterson, New Jersey, USA

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Composer, songwriter ("Sealed With a Kiss"), author, publisher and producer, educated at New York University (BS degree) and Juilliard. He co-founded Geld-Udell Music Corporation in 1959, and Geld-Udell Productions in 1962. He was a writer and producer for Connie Francis, Brian Hyland, Jackie Wilson, Gene Pitney, and Skeeter Davis. Joining ASCAP in 1961, his chief musical collaborators included Peter Udell. His other popular-song compositions include "Ginny Come Lately", "Let Me Belong to You", "The Tear of the Year", "Save Your Heart for Me", "Wherever You Are, I Love You", "Getting Married Has Made Us Strangers", "Warmed-Over Kisses", "The Way I Am", and "He Says the Same Things to Me".

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Was twice nominated for Broadway's Tony Award: in 1970, for his music as part of Best Musical nominee "Purlie;" and in 1975, as Best Score, his music with Peter Udell's lyrics, for "Shenandoah."

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