b. 1904, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 24 Feb 1950, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Singing within a apparent tenor, as an adolescent Baur was a soloist at New York’s Recreation area Avenue Baptist Cathedral. He began producing records being a single musician in 1923 getting very popular through the remaining many years of the 10 years. He was also noticed as an associate of groups like the Shannon Quartet, who from 1925 had been also called the Revelers along with whom he went to European countries. He also documented duets with Elliott Shaw, Marcia Freer among others. He sang, as well, with recording rings like the Troubadours, the International Novelty Orchestra which led by Nat Shilkret. Among Baur’s recordings are ‘Watchin’ The Moon Rise’, ‘Twilight Rose’, ‘Allow Me Contact You Sweetheart’, ‘Gorgeous Heaven’, ‘I’m Forever Falling DEEPLY IN LOVE WITH Somebody’, ‘The Lonesomest Woman In City’, ‘I Question (If She Miracles As well)’, ‘Simply Around The Part’, ‘Until You’re Mine’, ‘Meet up with Me To-Night In Dreamland’, ‘Charmaine’, ‘My Center Stood Still’ and ‘I’m LOOKING FORWARD TO Ships That Under no circumstances Arrive In’. Baur was extremely prolific and documented for several businesses, generally under his personal name but occasionally also using pseudonyms, including George Bronson, Joseph Elliott, Ben Litchfield, Sidney Mitchell, and Irving Post. Furthermore to his documenting profession, Baur also made an appearance reside in concerts and was on Broadway in Ziegfeld Follies Of 1927, performing ‘The Rainbow Of Women’ and ‘Ooh! Probably It’s You’, the second option a duet with Irene Delroy. He’s thought to be the first designer to record music from Jerome Kern’s Display Motorboat (1927), including ‘Why Perform I REALLY LIKE You?’. He also made an appearance on radio, becoming featured every week from Dec 1928 for a few 18 months within the Firestone Hour, whereon he frequently sang with Vaughn De Leath. His last recordings of well-known music came past due in 1929 when he documented ‘With A Music IN MY OWN Heart’ and ‘Through’. Then researched in Paris, switching his profession from popular tracks to French artwork songs. He came back to NY to get a recital at City Hall in Dec 1933, but his efficiency was badly received and quickly thereafter, although still in his twenties, he retired.
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