b. Fritz Spielman(n), 20 November 1906, Vienna, Austria, d. 21 March 1997, NEW YORK, NY, USA. A author of well-known tracks for the stage, movies, and Tin Skillet Alley, Spielman researched structure with Joseph Marx on the Academy of Music in Vienna. After graduating using a Get better at Level in Piano he provided some recitals, but eschewed the classics towards earning a paycheck playing the piano in nightclubs and composing his own tracks. The prevailing financial state was ironically shown in another of his perhaps most obviously efforts for this period, ‘Warum Spielt Bei Den Schinkenfleckerl Alleweil Das Fleisch Versteckerl?’, which, roughly translated, means: ‘As to why is the meats always playing cover and seek within the noodle and ham dish?’ Soon after the German admittance into Austria in March 1938, Spielman visited Paris, and, with World Battle II imminent, were able to board among the last boats to Cuba. There he wedded, and got his wife to NY in 1939. Quickly coming to conditions using the American lifestyle and vocabulary, by the first 40s he was composing the music for most well-known songs, among the to begin which, ‘Shepherd Serenade’ (lyric: Kermit Goell), was documented effectively by Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights, Artwork Jarrett, and Bing Crosby. He collaborated with Goell once again on ‘You Better Provide Me PLENTY OF Adoring’ for the 1943 Andrews Sisters film, Swingtime Johnny, as well as for ‘Every Period I Provide My Center’, ‘All You Gotta Perform’, and ‘I THINK IT?S GREAT Out WITHIN The Western world’, that have been shipped by Ann Dvorak, playing a warm-hearted saloon vocalist, within the strong Randolph Scott traditional western, Abiline City (1946). By this time around Spielman was authorized to the MGM studio room, and in the past due 40s he caused Janice Torre to supply occasional figures for films such as for example Big Town (1948, ‘I’m Gonna VISIT A LARGE AMOUNT OF You’), Extravagance Liner (1948, ‘Springtime RETURNED To Vienna’, sung from the 20-year-old Jane Powell), and In THE NICE Aged Summertime (1949), where Judy Garland rendered their spirited ‘Merry Xmas’. Spielman’s additional film function included ‘Period And Period Once again’ (with Earl Brent), for another Powell picture, Nancy WOULD GO TO Rio (1950), many figures with Goell and Torre for Tom Thumb (1958), starring Russ Tamblyn, Peter Retailers, and Terry-Thomas, and ‘I Don’t Need To’ (with Torre) for the Elvis Presley automobile Girls! Girls! Ladies! (1962). In 1950, Goell and Al Hoffman modified a melody that Spielman experienced made up during his teenage years for the mild ‘One Finger Melody’, and Frank Sinatra’s documenting from it spent 16 weeks in america Hit Parade. Various other prominent amounts among Spielman’s prolific result were ‘Move To Sleep, FALL ASLEEP, Go To Rest’ (1950, with Sammy Cahn, a novelty tune recorded in america by Mary Martin and Arthur Godfrey, and in the united kingdom by Lita Roza and Jack port Parnell using the Ted Heath Orchestra), ‘It Just Hurts For JUST A LITTLE While’ (1956, Mack David), ‘The Longest Walk’ (Eddie Pola), a 1955 US strike for Jaye P. Morgan, as well as the country-styled ‘Paper Roses’, created with Janice Torre in 1960, and profitably revived by Marie Osmond in 1973. There is also ‘Who Killed ’Er’, an amusing piece that Spielman collaborated with Torre and Hoagy Carmichael, who provided it an inimitable reading on record. Furthermore, Spielman supplied some materials with George Gershwin’s sibling, Arthur, for the unsuccessful 1945 Broadway musical, A FEMALE Says Yes, and done various off-Broadway tasks. In 1969, he and Torre provided the music and lyrics for the tv screen musical The Stingiest Guy In Town, that was predicated on Charles Dickens’ A Xmas Carol. Walter Matthau dubbed the tone of voice of Scrooge, and in addition involved had been Theodore Bikel, Robert Morse, and Dennis Time. When it had been modified for the stage, the Chicago creation earned the Joseph Jefferson Prize. This is a rare example of recognition for any composer whose function often proceeded to go unappreciated. Further acknowledgement arrived in 1990, once the renowned American jazz vocalist, Shirley Horn, documented Spielman and Goell’s ‘You Won’t Neglect Me’, after spotting it within the 1953 Joan Crawford film The Torch Track, on late-night tv. The quantity was also area of the rating for the 1950 Esther Williams -Vehicle Johnson picture, The Duchess Of Idaho.
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|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||2012||TV Series music - 1 episode|
|The Marty Stuart Show||2010||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Tough Baby: Torch Song||2008||Video documentary short writer: "You Won't Forget Me" Outtake from The Duchess of Idaho|
|Inside the Osmonds||2001||TV Movie writer: "Paper Roses"|
|Poison||2000||TV Movie writer: "You Won't Forget Me" - as F. Speilman|
|Stars in Their Eyes||1994||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Teenage Babylon||1989||Short as Spielman, "You Wont Forget Me"|
|Mischief||1985||writer: "It Only Hurts for a Little While"|
|Emu's World||1983||TV Series music - 1 episode|
|Mondo Trasho||1969||writer: "It Only Hurts For a Little While"|
|Girls! Girls! Girls!||1962||writer: "I Don't Want To"|
|Ozark Jubilee||1960||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Tom Thumb||1958||music: "After All These Years", "Talented Shoes", "The Yawning Song" - uncredited|
|The Alcoa Hour||TV Series music - 1 episode, 1956 performer - 1 episode, 1956|
|Torch Song||1953||music: "You Won't Forget Me"|
|Nancy Goes to Rio||1950||music: "Time and Time Again" - uncredited|
|The Great Rupert||1950||writer: "Melody For Two Orphan Instruments", "Rupert" - uncredited|
|The Big Wheel||1949||writer: "Que Bueno"|
|In the Good Old Summertime||1949||music: "Merry Christmas" - uncredited|
|Luxury Liner||1948||writer: "Spring Came Back to Vienna", "Spring came back to Vienna" reprise - uncredited|
|Big City||1948||writer: "I'm Gonna See a Lot of You" - uncredited|
|Song of My Heart||1948||writer: "I Looked For Love", "Someone"|
|Night Song||1947||"Who Killed Er"|
|The Bachelor's Daughters||1946||music: "Where's My Heart?"|
|Abilene Town||1946||writer: "I Love Out Here in the West", "All You Gotta Do", "Every Time I Give My Heart"|
|Swingtime Johnny||1943||writer: "You Better Give Me Lots of Lovin'"|
|Hold Back the Dawn||1941||music: "My Boy My Boy" 1941|
|The Stingiest Man in Town||1978||TV Movie|
|The Alcoa Hour||1956||TV Series 1 episode|
|L'inconnue de Monte Carlo||1939||as Fritz Spielmann|
|La signora di Montecarlo||1938||as Fritz Spielmann|
|Fräulein Lilli||1936||as Fritz Spielmann|
|Magic Boy||1959||composer: title song|
|Tom Thumb||1958||songs by|
|The Alcoa Hour||1956||TV Series musician - 1 episode|
|Breakfast in Hollywood||1946||composer: additional music - uncredited|
|That's Entertainment! III||1994||Documentary grateful acknowledgment: to the extraordinary composers and lyricists|
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