Leon Flatow 
Last updated: 13.08.23
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif I Never Broke Nobodys Heart When I Said Good-Bye (1923) L. Flatow (music)
A. Gumble (coauth.)
A. Bryan (words)
Mae West (perf.)
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It's a Long Way to Berlin, But We'll Get There (1917) L. Flatow (music)
A. Fields (words)
Billy Glason (perf.)
Neil McKinley (perf.)
Maurice Burkhart (perf.)
Henry Bergman (perf.)
Piano, Voice

Indiana
Indiana
Indiana
Indiana
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 6 works by Leon Flatow. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
It's a Long Way to Berlin, But We'll Get There 1917 Arthur Fields (words)
Henry Bergman (perf.)
Maurice Burkhart (perf.)
Billy Glason (perf.)
Neil McKinley (perf.)
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I Never Broke Nobodys Heart When I Said Good-Bye 1923 Albert Gumble (co-author)
Alfred Bryan (words)
Mae West (perf.)
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New Kind of Man, A 1924 Sidney Clare (words)
O'Connor Sisters (perf.)
 Pub.
Oh Say! Can I See You To-Night 1925 Henry Creamer (co-author)
Joe Schuster (co-author)
Brooks & Ross (perf.)
Nora Kelly (perf.)
O'Connor Sisters (perf.)
Robey & Gould (perf.)
Rogers & Allen (perf.)
Edna Sellers (perf.)
 Pub.
Honey Is Sweet on Me (w&m) 1929 Mac Liebman (co-author)
Al Gumble (co-author)
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Let's Don't 'n' Say We Did 1929 Phil Ponce (words)  Pub.