Fillmore Wellington Ohman  (1896-1954)
Last updated: 17.02.23
According to the Internet source given below, Fillmore Wellington [Phil] Ohman was born in New Britain, Connecticut of Swedish ancestry. He studied music locally with Edward Laubin for four years, then an additional two years with a local pipe organ master Alexander Russell focusing on harmony and theory. He is chiefly remembered as partnering Lewis John Fuiks aka. Victor Arden enjoying much success on Broadway as well as writing film scores. Of ragtime interest is his Try and Play It (A Syncopated Classique -1922).
He died in Hollywood.

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Ragtime Music CDs:
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     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Piano Pan (1922) F.W. Ohman (music) Piano IMSLP wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Up and Down the Keys (1922) F.W. Ohman (music) Piano IMSLP Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 18 works by Fillmore Wellington Ohman (1896-1954). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Dixie Kisses 1919
Piano Pan 1922  wvicon.gif
Try and Play It 1922  Pub.
Up and Down the Keys 1922  Pub.
Broken Glass 1924 Recording not released
Jacquet 1924 Recording not released
Ivory Chips 1929  wvicon.gif
Sparkles 1935  Pub.
Dream Awhile 1936 Johnny Mercer (words)  Pub.
Lost 1936 Johnny Mercer (co-author)
Macy O. Teetor (co-author)
Each Time You Say 'Good Bye' 1939 Foster Carling (words)  wvicon.gif
Lazy Rolls the Rio Grande 1939 Foster Carling (words)
Pat Sez He 1939 Foster Carling (words)
Only One 1940 Foster Carling (words)
Traveling Salesman Polka, The 1940 Foster Carling (words)
Dreaming to Music 1943 Foster Carling (words)
When Your Heart's on Easy Street 1943 Foster Carling (words)
Dancing With a Deb 1947 Foster Carling (words)