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Glide, Jesse G. M.
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Glick, Jesse G. M., author; b. An-sonia, Ohio, Jan. 1, 1874; d. San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 21, 1938. ASCAP 1925. Educ: public schools. Member of Kansas City Glee Club; touring with musical shows. Man­ager of own music publishing house. Proprietor vaudeville theater, To-peka. Operettas: Rose of the An­tilles; Nananlam. Songs: "Pale Moon"; "My Love of the Sunset Sea"; "Sa-rita"; "My Waikiki Ukulele Girl"; "Guess I'm Falling in Love"; "Fair Dove"; "I Only Know I Love You"; ""When You Sang Hushaby Baby to Me"; "Little Honolulu Lou"; "Little Old Log Cabin in the West." Ad­dress: Estate, c/c ASCAP.
Glickman, Fred, composer, author; b. Chicago, 111., Sept. 22, 1903. ASCAP 1949. Educ: John Marshall High School, Chicago; Columbia School of Music; Chicago Musical College. Studied violin with Harry Diamond, Ludwig Becker, Richard Czerwonky, Victor Young. Had own band and orchestra; played with Paul Whiteman; also at Theaters in New York and Chicago and N.B.C. Free lance work on radio. For last ten years first chair man motion picture studios, Hollywood. Songs: "Mule Train"; "Little Old Band of Gold"; "Two Brothers." Home: 5846 Carl­ton Way, Hollywood 28, Calif.
Glogau, Jack, composer, pianist; b. New York, N.Y., Dec. 31, 1886. ASCAP 1914 (charter member). Active in music as schoolboy; mem­ber boys orch.; professional pianist. Joined staff of popular music publish­ing house 1910. Wrote character, novelty and comedy songs and special material for vaudeville performers. Wrote score for one of first musical comedies for films. Pioneer modern music printing practices. Songs: "On the Shores of Italy"; "That Italian Serenade"; "Venetian Rose"; "Cele­brating Day in Tennessee"; "Why
Not Sing Wearin of the Green"; "Wake Up America"; "At the Yid-disha Wedding Jubilee"; "All Aboard for Home Sweet Home"; "Fashion-ette Piano Solo"; "King Sol March"; Tm Sorry I Ever Met You"; "When We Are Alone"; "Orange Blossoms"; "Don't Steal Daddy's Medal"; "Lucky Day"; "Golden Knight." Home: 9320-92nd Ave., Woodhaven 21, N.Y.
Gluckman, Bernard, composer, saxo­phonist, clarinetist, flutist; b. Hobo-ken, N.J., Oct. 26, 1909. ASCAP 1950. Educ.: Univ. of Michigan (B.A.); Yale Law School (one year); Teachers College, Columbia Univ., N.Y. World War II, member Third Air Force Band; also in charge of in­formation and education program, Boca Raton Field, Fla. Played with various dance bands; also member of staff orchestra N.B.C. Song: "I'm the Girl Who Married the Man on the Flying Trapeze." Home: 644 Riverside Dr., New York 31, N.Y.
Godowsky, Leopold, composer, b. Vilna, Russia, Feb. 13, 1870; d. New York, N.Y., Nov. 21, 1938. ASCAP 1932. Educ.: Berlin Hochschule, 1884, with Saint-Saens, Paris, France; honorary Doctor of Music Curtis Inst., Phila., 1934. First played in public at age of nine, toured Russia, Poland, Germany; first American tour 1884-86; director piano dept. Chi­cago Cons, of Music 1895-1900; Berlin debut 1900; London and all capitals of Europe; appointed by Emperor dir. Imperial Royal Meister-schule for piano at Imperial Royal Acad, of Music, Vienna 1909, and created imperial royal professor of highest rank. Editor-in-chief Art Publishing Society, St. Louis, 1912. Composer of fifty-three studies on Chopin etudes; Renaissance (twenty-four pieces); Walzermasken (twenty-four compositions); Sonata in E Minor; Three Symphonic Metamor­phoses; twelve compositions for the






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