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That Old Feeling: A Berlin Bio-pic

Say it with music, With words and music. Please listen and we'll begin Introducing Irving Berlin. That song-writing fellow Wants to say hello, So...

That Old Christmas Feeling: Irving America

"And now it's going to be my very great privilege to sing for you a song that's never been sung before... It’s something more than a song — I feel it's one of...

Books: The Complete Lyrics Of Irving Berlin

Has any other pop songwriter had a No. 1 hit 83 years after it was written? God Bless America, today sung everywhere by cowboys and members of Congress, is prime...

Show Business: So, Here's to You, Irving Berlin!

Well, yip, yip, yaphank, and let's all wish a happy 100th birthday to Irving Berlin. This week everybody's doin' it -- celebrating the boy born Israel Baline in...

Books: Izzy's Legacy

AS THOUSANDS CHEER: THE LIFE OF IRVING BERLIN by Laurence Bergreen Viking; 658 pages; $24.95 "Irving Berlin has no place in American music," Jerome Kern once...

People: May 23, 1988

"What's the hurry?" Irving Berlin said on his 99th birthday when told of plans to celebrate his centennial. Last week, at the only gala he sanctioned for his...

Personality, Apr. 28, 1952

IRVING BERLIN is the world's foremost writer of popular songs and one of America's leading insomniacs. Fame, riches, marital happiness and honors from grateful...

Music: Quarter Century

(See front cover) In Manhattan one afternoon last week, a dark-skinned crickety little man jumped from a taxi into a Broadway barber shop, had himself shaved,...

GREAT BRITAIN: On to Berlin

Winston Churchill pummeled his luncheon guest with questions about U.S. opinion. The answers perplexed him. Puzzled but polite, he carried on to the end,...

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