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Harry Warren

American songwriter and publisher Harry Warren was in charge of hits spanning more than 30 years, you start with his 1st effective tune, “Rose from the Rio Grande,” in 1922. Created Salvatore Guaragna in 1893 in Brooklyn, NY, the composer published hundreds of well-known songs and display music, including three …

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Walter Donaldson

Through the Roaring ’20s, songwriter Walter Donaldson saluted the original, down-home areas of American life, not merely with tracks like “My Mammy,” “My Blue Heaven,” “Isn’t She the Sweetest Thing,” “My Baby Just Cares for me personally,” and “Appreciate Me or Keep Me,” but additionally along with his parade of …

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