Free piano sheet music from Allie Wrubel
About Allie Wrubel
Allie Wrubel, by his birth name Elias Paul Wrubel, was a composer and songwriter originated from Middletown, Connecticut.
Born in 1905 and having a family with origins both American and Italian, he attended the Wesleyan University and the Columbia University before engaging himself to work in dance bands.
Collaborating with swing bands, he learned how to play both the clarinet and the saxophone and in 1934 he struck gold as he began working for Warner Bros in Hollywood as a song writer. Writing material for many movies, he made the move towards Disney in 1947.
The experience he had with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra made him ambitious and he started his own band with whom he toured in England and even Europe.
Among musicals that he wrote material for we can count titles like "The Key", "Bright Lights", "Little Big Shot", "Let it be Me", "I Live for Love", "Hi Beautiful" and "Sing Your Way Home".
We are now proud to have him listed in our database and we offer several piano sheets from this wonderful composer.
For the movie "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" becoming pretty famous at that time.
Allie also contributed to "I Walk Alone", "Melody Time", "Duel in the Sun", "Never Steal Anything Small", "Midnight Lace" and "Tulsa", collaborating with lyricists such as Charles Newman, Mort Dixon, Ned Washington, Herb Magidson and Abner Silver.
Dying at the age of 68, he was inducted in the Songwriters Hall of Fame, leaving behind some famous songs such as "The Lady from 29 Palms", "Gone with the Wind", "I’ll Buy That Dream", "Music Maestro Please", "Mine Alone", "Anything that’s Part of You", "The Masquerade is Over".
Want to learn how to play melodic songs that have toured the world for movies from the famous Warner Bros. and Disney?
Then Allie Wrubel is the guy for you, listen to his songs to make an opinion, but we guarantee you can’t possibly be disappointed.
Enjoy music and enjoy playing the piano!
|Birth name:||Elias Paul Wrubel|
|Born:||January 15, 1905 In Middletown, Connecticut, USA|
|Died:||December 13, 1973 (aged 68) In Twentynine Palms, California, USA|
|Known as:||Composer, Songwriter|