Fillmore Wellington Ohman  (1896-1954)
Last updated: 14.04.18
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.

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. Key: Items on hold

Dixie Kisses (1919)
Lost (1936) wvicon.gif
Co-Authors: Johnny Mercer, Macy O. Teetor
Piano Pan (1922) wvicon.gif
Each Time You Say 'Good Bye' (1939) wvicon.gif
Words by: Foster Carling
Try and Play It (1922) wvicon.gif
Lazy Rolls the Rio Grande (1939)
Words by: Foster Carling
Up and Down the Keys (1922) wvicon.gif
Pat Sez He (1939)
Words by: Foster Carling
Broken Glass (1924)
Recording not released
Only One (1940)
Words by: Foster Carling
Jacquet (1924)
Recording not released
The Traveling Salesman Polka (1940)
Words by: Foster Carling
Ivory Chips (1929) wvicon.gif
Dreaming to Music (1943)
Words by: Foster Carling
Sparkles (1935) wvicon.gif
When Your Heart's on Easy Street (1943)
Words by: Foster Carling
Dream Awhile (1936) wvicon.gif
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Dancing With a Deb (1947)
Words by: Foster Carling
     Title Performer
youtube15.jpg Ivory Chips (3:38) Ragtime Dorian Henry
youtube15.jpg Piano Pan (2:17) Ragtime Dorian Henry
youtube15.jpg Try and Play It (2:09) Ragtime Dorian Henry
youtube15.jpg Up and Down the Keys (2:03) Ragtime Dorian Henry