Harold Arlen

Harold Arlen
Real name
Hyman Arluck
February 15, 1905
April 23, 1986
United States
00001307353 81 works
Composer of music for popular songs, many of which have become standards, and scores for movies. Arlen also played piano and recorded as a big band vocalist, usually of his own songs.
He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971 where he gained a Johnny Mercer Award in 1982. In 1997, he was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame.
Member of
The Buffalodians
Sam Arlen Son
Jerry Arlen Brother


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Covers by Harold Arlen

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1934 Lena Horne and Avon Long
1934 Harold Arlen - Piano Accompaniment by Arthur Schutt
March 1966 Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
March 1966 Diahann Carroll, Dolores Harper, Ada Moore and Enid Mosier
March 1966 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain and trumpet by "Hot Lips" Page
1955 David Brooks and Celeste Holm
March 1966 Tony Martin with Earle Hagan and His Orchestra
1955 Mary Martin, Dick Powell and The Golden Gate Quartette
1955 Tony Martin & Yvonne DeCarlo
1955 Diahann Carroll
1955 Lawrence Tibbett and Virginia Bruce
1955 Vivian Vance
March 1966 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird
1975 Judy Garland
1934 Lena Horne and Avon Long
March 1966 The Ken Darby Singers - The King's Men
March 1966 Diahann Carroll and Rawn Spearman
1933 Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
i January 4, 2005 Judy Garland