Milton Ager

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Milton Ager
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American composer, born 6 October 1893 in Chicago, Illinois, USA and died 6 May 1979 in Inglewood, California, USA.

Milton Ager taught himself to play the piano, after spending time as an accompanist to silent movies, he moved to New York to write music. In 1922 he formed his own publishing house called Ager, Yellen and Bornstein, in partnership with his frequent musical collaborator, lyricist Jack Yellen. In 1930 Ager moved to Hollywood under a studio contract where he contributed to numerous film scores.

Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972.
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Albums

SDL 344 Milton Ager - The Roaring 20's album art Various Ain't She Sweet Various - The Roaring 20's(LP) Saydisc SDL 344 UK 1984 Sell This Version
CG 9104 Milton Ager - Rhapsody In Blue And Other Piano Favourites album art Louis van Dijk, Hans Oudenaarden Happy Days Are Here Again Louis van Dijk, Hans Oudenaarden - Rhapsody In Blue And Other Piano Favourites(CD, Album) Canal Grande CG 9104 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
FXM3 7143 Milton Ager - History Of Jazz Piano album art Various Glad Rag Doll Various - History Of Jazz Piano(3xLP) RCA FXM3 7143 France Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DF379-383EV Florence Gale, Bill Scott, Ted Ostling Forgive Me (as Ager) Florence Gale, Bill Scott, Ted Ostling - Record Pak(Shellac, 10", EP) Irene Records (2) DF379-383EV US Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

514 Milton Ager - Et Nous Chantions Quand Même!... (Chansons Souvenirs 1940-1944) album art Various Attends-moi Sous L'Obélisque (De L'Opérette and 2 more… Various - Et Nous Chantions Quand Même!... (Chansons Souvenirs 1940-1944)(9xLP, Comp + Box, Comp) Sélection Du Reader's Digest 514 France 1986 Sell This Version