IRVING BERLIN

Irving Berlin (born Israel Isidore Baline, May 11, 1888 – September 22, 1989) was an American composer and lyricist widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history.

Born in Russia, Berlin arrived in the United States at the age of five. He published his first song, “Marie from Sunny Italy”, in 1907, for which he received 33 cents for the publishing rights. He had his first major international hit in 1911 with “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”: a song that sparked an international dance craze as far away as Russia.

During his sixty-year career, he wrote an estimated 1,500 songs, including the scores for 19 Broadway shows and 18 Hollywood films, and was nominated eight times for Academy Awards. Many artists have recorded his songs

 

Irving Berlin Backing Tracks – All By Myself.   …..     Always   …..     Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better – Annie et Your Gun   …..     A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody – There’s No Business Like Show Business   …..     Be Careful It’s My Heart – Holiday Inn   …..     Best Thing For You – Call Me Madam    …..     Blue Skies – Betsy   …..     Cheek To Cheek – Top Hat   …..     Couple Of Swells – Easter Parade   …..     Easter Parade – Alexanders Ragtime Band / Easter Parade    …..     Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor – Top Hat   …..     God Bless America – This Is The Army   …..     Having A Heat Wave – Holiday Inn    …..     How Deep Is The Ocean –   …..     I Get Lost In His Arms – Annie Get Your Gun   …..     ] Isn’t This A Lovely Day    …..     Let’s Face The Music And Dance – Love’s Labour’s Lost    …..     Puttin’ On The Ritz   …..     Say It Isn’t So    …..     Shaking The Blues Away   …..     Sisters   …..     Stepping Out With My Baby   …..     The Girl That I Marry   …..     There’s No Business Like Show Business – Annie Get Your Gun   …..     They Say It’s Wonderful   …..     This Is The Army Mr Jones   …..     Top Hat White Tie And Tails   …..     What’ll I Do   …..     White Christmas   …..     Who Do You Love   …..     You’re Just In Love   …..     You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun   …..

 

 

 

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