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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Byhe had closed his law office and convinced Dietz to write with him. Schwartz 's career was launched, and in he contributed songs to six shows, three in London and three in New York, the most successful of which was Three's a Crowd October 15,which featured the same cast as The Little Show and featured the hit "Something to Remember You By.
Schwartz and Dietz 's best Broadway revue was The Band Wagon June 3,which marked the final appearance of Fred Astaire with his sister and Various - The Music Of Arthur Schwartz 1933-1937 Volume II (Vinyl partner Adele Astaire before her marriage and retirement, and spawned "Dancing in the Dark," the most successful song Schwartz and Dietz ever wrote.
Flying Colors September 15, was another successful revue; among its popular songs was "Louisiana Hayride," recorded for a hit by bandleader Leo Reisman with the composer himself on vocals.
The Depression reduced opportunities on Broadway, but Schwartzwith and without Dietzalso wrote music for radio, film, and Tin Pan Alley in the early and mid-'30s.
The songwriting team returned to Broadway with their first book musical, LP) With Music November 28,which featured the hit "You and the Night and the Music," and followed with another successful revue, At Home Abroad September 19,after which Schwartz began to collaborate more frequently with other lyricists.
He continued to work primarily in the theater with diminishing success untilwhen he moved to Hollywood. InSchwartz returned to New York and began again writing for Broadway, starting with the unsuccessful book musical Park Avenue November 4,on which he collaborated with Ira Gershwin, Various - The Music Of Arthur Schwartz 1933-1937 Volume II (Vinyl. Returning to familiar ground, he reunited with Dietz on a revue, Inside U.
April 30,which was a LP). Though he continued to write for theater, film, and television, Schwartz found less work after the mid-'50s, with Dietz 's retirement from MGM. The partnership was resumed full-time LP) the early '60s, however, resulting in the Broadway musicals The Gay Life November 18, and Jennie October 17,neither of which was successful.
These were Schwartz 's final productions, though he continued to work until his death from a stroke at His son, Jonathan Schwartz, became a popular radio personality.
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