A report on Harry M. Woods

Tin Pan Alley songwriter and pianist, he was a composer of numerous film scores.

- Harry M. Woods

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These buildings (47–55 West 28th Street) and others on West 28th Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway in Manhattan housed the sheet-music publishers that were the center of American popular music in the early 20th century. The buildings shown were designated as historic landmarks in 2019.

Tin Pan Alley

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Collection of music publishers and songwriters in New York City which dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Collection of music publishers and songwriters in New York City which dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

These buildings (47–55 West 28th Street) and others on West 28th Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway in Manhattan housed the sheet-music publishers that were the center of American popular music in the early 20th century. The buildings shown were designated as historic landmarks in 2019.
Plaque commemorating Tin Pan Alley

Harry M. Woods

Sherman in 1948.

Al Sherman

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Russian-American songwriter and composer active during the Tin Pan Alley era in American music history.

Russian-American songwriter and composer active during the Tin Pan Alley era in American music history.

Sherman in 1948.

In the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, Al collaborated with songwriters including Sam Coslow, Irving Mills, Charles O'Flynn, Al Dubin, Pat Flaherty, B.G. deSylva, Harold Tobias, Howard Johnson, Harry M. Woods, Alfred Bryan, Buddy Fields, Archie Fletcher, Al Lewis, Abner Silver, Edward Heyman, Buddy Feyne and many others.

Abner Silver c. 1935

Abner Silver

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American songwriter who worked primarily during the Tin Pan Alley era of the craft.

American songwriter who worked primarily during the Tin Pan Alley era of the craft.

Abner Silver c. 1935

1921 for the Broadway show Bombo, starring Al Jolson, "I'm Going South", with composer Harry M. Woods.

Cover for sheet music to Johnson's "China We Owe a Lot to You"

Howard Johnson (lyricist)

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Song lyricist.

Song lyricist.

Cover for sheet music to Johnson's "China We Owe a Lot to You"

Joining the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) in 1917, his chief musical collaborators included Milton Ager, Walter Donaldson, Fred Fisher, George Meyer, Joseph Meyer, Jimmy Monaco, Al Sherman, Harry Warren, Percy Wenrich, Harry M. Woods, David Brockman, Archie Gottler, James Kendis, and W. Edward Breuder.

I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover

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"I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover" is a song from 1927, which was written by Mort Dixon with music by Harry M. Woods.

Mort Dixon in 1923

Mort Dixon

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American lyricist.

American lyricist.

Mort Dixon in 1923

His chief composer collaborators were Ray Henderson, Harry Warren, Harry M. Woods and Allie Wrubel.

When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)

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"When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)" is a popular song written, both words and music, by Harry Woods in 1926.

When the Moon Comes over the Mountain

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"When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain" is a popular song, published in 1931, and credited as written by Howard Johnson, Harry M. Woods, and Kate Smith.

Gus Kahn

Gus Kahn

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American lyricist who contributed a number of songs to the Great American Songbook, including "Pretty Baby", "Ain't We Got Fun?", "Carolina in the Morning", "Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)", "My Buddy" "I'll See You in My Dreams", "It Had to Be You", "Yes Sir, That's My Baby", "Love Me or Leave Me", "Makin' Whoopee", "My Baby Just Cares for Me", "I'm Through with Love", "Dream a Little Dream of Me" and "You Stepped Out of a Dream".

American lyricist who contributed a number of songs to the Great American Songbook, including "Pretty Baby", "Ain't We Got Fun?", "Carolina in the Morning", "Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)", "My Buddy" "I'll See You in My Dreams", "It Had to Be You", "Yes Sir, That's My Baby", "Love Me or Leave Me", "Makin' Whoopee", "My Baby Just Cares for Me", "I'm Through with Love", "Dream a Little Dream of Me" and "You Stepped Out of a Dream".

Gus Kahn

He also collaborated with co-lyricist Ira Gershwin and with some of the finest composers, including Grace LeBoy Kahn (his wife), Richard A. Whiting, Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Raymond Egan, Ted Fio Rito, Ernie Erdman, Neil Moret, Vincent Youmans, George Gershwin, Harry Akst, Harry M. Woods, Edward Eliscu, Victor Schertzinger, Arthur Johnston, Bronisław Kaper, Jerome Kern, Walter Jurmann, Sigmund Romberg, and Harry Warren, though his primary collaborator was Walter Donaldson.

Side by Side (1927 song)

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"Side by Side" is a popular song by Harry M. Woods written in 1927, and is now considered a standard.