IRVING CAESAR - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 18500
Sale Price $81.00
IRVING CAESAR (1895-1996)
Wrote for Jolson and Shirley Temple.
Signature: "Irving Caesar", 6x4½ album leaf. Irving Caesar (1895-1996) wrote over 100 songs, including "Tea for Two", "Sometimes I'm Happy," "Swanee" (with Gershwin), "Crazy Rhythm", "Imagination" and "Animal Crackers in My Soup" and the Broadway musical No No Nanette. He collaborated on songs and shows with George Gershwin, Vincent Youmas, George M. Cohan and many others, and wrote several of Al Jolson's songs. When asked which came first, the music or the lyrics, Caesar replied, "What comes first is the contract." Caesar died at 101. Creased and soiled. Lightly stained. 3 file holes at blank left margin.
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