Ann Leaf (1906-1995)
Last updated: 22.10.23
p_leafann.jpgAll that can presently (September 2023) be gleaned about Ann Leaf from sheet music covers and by Internet searching is that she was an American organist who has been featured on 3 works published between 1930 and 1936.
Her portrait on the left is taken from Somewhere in Old Wyoming (1930) music by S. Lesser, words by Will Havlin and published by Joe Morris Music Company, New York, USA which describes her as a "Columbia Broadcasting Artist".
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     Title Remarks Supplier
cd15.gif  Ann Leaf at the Mighty Wurlitzer (LP)   flag15us.gif flag15de.gif flag15ca.gif flag15it.gif flag15es.gif
cd15.gif  The Mighty Wurlitzer: Music For Movie-Palace Organs   flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif flag15ca.gif flag15it.gif
cd15.gif  Spectacular Pipe Organ (LP)   flag15us.gif
cd15.gif  That Ain't the Way I Heard It (LP)   flag15us.gif
     Composer Title Performer
youtube15.jpg Miscellaneous Organlogue (5:19) Ann Leaf
This list is arranged by composer and contains 4 works performed by Ann Leaf who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
perf15.jpg My Wishing Song (1932) Joseph A. Burke Irving Kahal (words)
Jane Froman (perf.)
Ann Leaf (perf.)
perf15.jpg When My Dream Boat Comes Home (1936) Cliff Friend Dave Franklin (co-author)
Stumptown Jazz (perf.)
Ann Leaf (perf.)
Freddy Martin (perf.)
Danny Sullivan (perf.)
perf15.jpg Somewhere in Old Wyoming (1930) S. Lesser Will Havlin (words)
Ann Leaf (perf.)
perf15.jpg Organlogue (1931), An Miscellaneous Ann Leaf (perf.)