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Frederick Loewe was born in Germany in 1901. This composer belonged to the Popular Modern period, and died in 1988. Frederick Loewe

Frederick Loewe

originally German Friedrich (Fritz) Löwe (June 10, 1901 – February 14, 1988), was an Austrian-American composer. He collaborated with lyricist Alan Jay Lerner on a series of Broadway musicals, including My Fair Lady and Camelot, both of which were made into films. Loewe was born in Berlin, Germany, to Viennese parents. He had learnt to play the piano by ear at age 7. He studied at a music conservatory in Berlin, and he became a concert pianist. In 1924 aged 23 he emigrated to the United States with his father and settled in New York. He worked in various odd jobs, including playing the piano for silent films. Then in 1942 he met lyricist Alan Lerner, and they collaborated on many successful musicals including My Fair Lady, Camelot and Brigadoon.


Works written by Loewe      
Audio is available for 4 tunes by this composer.
      
No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 My Fair LadyPopular SongsOrchestraStrings
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