Harold Arlen: Rhythm, Rainbows, and Blues
This engaging biography charts the course of Arlen's brilliant career, from bank leader in his native Buffalo, New York, to songwriter and vocalist in vaudeville, to composer of Broadway musicals and revues at Harlem's Cotton Club, to writer of the everlasting music in The Wizard of Oz and other films.
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The creator of such hit tunes as "Stormy Weather" and "Over the Rainbow," Harold Arlen is one of the underrated composers of American popular song. Journalist Jablonski (Gershwin, Northeastern Univ ... Read full review
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