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1833 – A Welsh songwriter was born  1856 –  Composed the National Anthem ‘Hen Wlad fy Nhadau’ (Land of My Fathers)  1860 – His father Evan James wrote the words of the published Gems of Welsh Melody  1902 – He died at the..

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1847 – He was born on the 8th day of May this year in Stettin in Pomeranian.   1862 – His mother died when he was fifteen years old.   1889 – He built his first theater, the Harlem Opera House, at 125th Street.   1890 – His second theater, the Columbus Theatre, was built ..

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English playwright, poet and librettist   Born at No: 17 Southampton Street, Strand, London on 17th November 1836   First play "Uncle Baby" (1863), possibly written in collaboration with his father, Dr William Gilbert, himself a respected and prolific writer, mainly of ‘sensation’ novels.  First acknowledged play "Dulcamara, or the Little Duck and the Great ..

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1896 – Born on the 6th of December in New York City, New York. 1921 – He became involved in the music business. 1924 – Ira and George teamed up to write the music for their first Broadway hit, Lady, Be Good! Once the brothers joined together, their combined talents became one of the most ..

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1895 – Irving Caesar was born on the 4th of July in New York.          – He wrote lyrics for "Swanee," "Sometimes I’m Happy," "Crazy Rhythm," and "Tea for Two". 1996 – He died on the 18th of December in New York.          – His older brother Arthur Caesar was a successful Hollywood ..

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1913 – Born on June 18th in New York, New York. American lyricist who, in collaboration with such composers as Saul Chaplin, Jule Styne, and Jimmy Van Heusen, wrote songs that won four Academy Awards and became number one hits for many performers, notably Frank Sinatra. 1933 – Cahn published his first song, “Shake Your ..

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