Elmer Schoebel

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Elmer Schoebel
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American vaudeville and jazz pianist, composer and arranger born 8th September 1896, East St. Louis, Illinois, USA and died 14th December 1970, Saint Petersburg, Florida.

Schoebel began his career tinkling the ivories to silent movies in Illinois. He then performed in variety and vaudeville in the early 1900s, becoming a member of various jazz bands and arranger for the Melrose Publishing House.

A few of his compositions have become popular jazz standards over the years, such as "Bugle Call Rag" and "Nobody's Sweetheart Now".
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LAT 8166 Elmer Schoebel - Encyclopedia Of Jazz On Records Vol 1 album art Various Prince Of Wails Various - Encyclopedia Of Jazz On Records Vol 1(LP, Comp, Mono) Brunswick LAT 8166 UK 1957 Sell This Version
Bob-CD 4 Elmer Schoebel - Schwingende Rhythmen - Berlin 1935 - 1945 album art Various Bugle Call Rag Various - Schwingende Rhythmen - Berlin 1935 - 1945(CD, Comp, Mono) Bob's Music Bob-CD 4 Germany 1997 Sell This Version