Sol P. Levy  (1981-1920)
Last updated: 04.11.17
According to the Internet source given below, Sol P. Levy was born in Chicago, Illinois. He attended All Hallows College and studied music with his father and Anton Petersen. He was first clarinetist in both the Sousa and Arthur Pryor bands. At Victor Records he was in charge of foreign orchestrating department.
Levy worked on some silent movies including The Barrier, The Right To Happiness, Say It With Songs, Sealed Orders, Song Of The North, and World In Flames,
He was one of the founders of Belwin Inc. which published his A Cannibal Carnival (1920) as well as his greatest success That Naughty Waltz (1920). The composer died in New York.


This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 21 works by Sol P. Levy (1981-1920). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

Rag Carpet (1912) wvicon.gif
That Naughty Waltz (1920) wvicon.gif
Words by: Edwin Stanley
Memories (1914) wvicon.gif
Words by: Brett Page
Because You Say Goodby (?)
Bleeding Hearts (1918)
Blue Devils (?)
Furioso No. 1 (1918)
Dramatic Recitative No. 1 (?)
Hunkatin (1918) wvicon.gif
Dramatic Recitative No. 2 (?)
Indian Misterioso (1918)
Dramatic Tension No. 1 (?)
Military Hurry No. 1 (1918)
Madriola (?)
Co-Author: Jos. Samuels
Weird Oriental Theme (1918)
Roses That Die Bloom Again (?)
Flirty-Flirts (1919)
The Vampire (?)
Lovelette (1919)
Why (?)
A Cannibal Carnival (1920) wvicon.gif