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Harold Arlen

Primary Instrument: Composer/conductor

Born: February 15, 1905 | Died: April 23, 1986    

Harold Arlen

Born Hyman Arluck, February 15, 1905 Buffalo, NY, (died April 23, 1986 New York, NY of Parkinson's disease); son of Samuel Arluck, a Jewish cantor and Celia (born Orlin); married Anya (died March 9, 1973); children: Samuel Arlen. Education: Studied piano with Arnold Cornelisson, Conductor of the Buffalo String Orchestral Society.

For more than a century, a large number of immigrant Jews from Poland, Germany and Russia fled to the United States to avoid persecution. Many a son of a Jewish cantor became a singing star, or one of America's top lyricists and composers. Harold Arlen was such an example. He was the son of immigrants from the Vilna section of Poland, who wrote many of the top musical “standards” that will remain the favorite music of many generations. Born Hyman Arluck on February 15, 1905 to Samuel Arluck and Celia Orlin, he changed his name after he quit high school and began to perform professionally....
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    Harold Arlen Songbook: That Old Black Magic

    Timeless
    1997
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    Over The Rainbow

    Timeless
    1997
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    The Harold Arlen Songbook

    Timeless
    1989
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    Harold Sings Arlen [With Friend]

    Timeless
    1966

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