Nat Simon

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Nat Simon (Newburgh, New York, 6 August 1900 – 1979)[1] was an American composer, pianist, bandleader and songwriter. From the 1930s to 1950s his songs were used in over 20 films.

Songs

References

  1. ^ Warren W. Vaché, The unsung songwriters: America's masters of melodies Warren W. Vaché - 2000 "Nat Simon Nat Simon— composer, pianist, bandleader— was born in Newburgh, New York, on August 6, 1900. After high school he led his own orchestra, playing local dates, and then went to New York City, where he went to work as a ."
  2. ^ Composer-Song-Little Curley Hair in the High Chair-1950
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