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Felix Arndt

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b. 20 Might 1889, NY, USA, d. 16 Oct 1918, Harmon-On-Hudson, NY, USA. A composer, pianist, and organist, Arndt went to the brand new York Conservatory before doing work for numerous music web publishers and leading his personal ensembles. He also produced several piano rolls for the top Aeolian Organization, which had a number of different brands. He was instrumental in motivating other composers such as for example George Gershwin and Vincent Youmans to create rolls for the company. Arndt’s most well-known structure, ‘Nola’ (1915, lyric: Wayne F. Burns up), was called after his singer-composer wife, and became the theme track of Vincent Lopez. His orchestra performed it within the Big Broadcast (1932), and the quantity was also presented on the display in the Jack port Oakie starrer That’s The Soul (1945). Among Arndt’s additional compositions had been ‘Soup To Nut products’, ‘Toots’, ‘Kakuda’, ‘Marionette’, ‘Like In June’ and ‘Operatic Headache’.

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Full Name Felix Arndt
Died October 16, 1918, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, United States
Music Songs Desecration Rag, An Operatic Nightmare, From Soup To Nuts, Florida Rag, Nola, Marionette, In the shade of the mango tree, Desecration Rag No.2: An Operatic Nightmare, Nola, "A Silhoutte For The Piano", Mighty Lak' A Rose


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Behind the Candelabra 2013 TV Movie writer: "Nola"
American Masters 2007 TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
Undercover 1984 writer: "Nola"
M*A*S*H 1979 TV Series music - 1 episode
The Muppet Show 1978 TV Series music - 1 episode
Multiple SIDosis 1970 Short writer: "Nola"
Curtain Call at Cactus Creek 1950 music: "Nola" - uncredited
That's the Spirit 1945 writer: "Nola"
Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra 1939 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Movie-Mania 1937 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Vitaphone Diversions 1937 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Sheik to Sheik 1936 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
I Love to Singa 1936 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
I Don't Want to Make History 1936 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Midnight 1934 music: "Nola" - uncredited
The Betty Boop Limited 1932 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Musical Moods 1931 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited
Bear Shooters 1930 Short music: "Marionette"
King of Jazz 1930 music: "Nola" - uncredited
When the Wind Blows 1930 Short music: "Marionette" - uncredited
Carlena Diamond: Harpist Supreme 1929 Short music: "Nola" - uncredited

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