Gus Arnheim  (1897-1955)
Last updated: 26.04.22
According to the Internet source given below, Gus Arnheim was an American pianist and an early popular band leader. He is noted for writing several songs with his first hit being I Cried for You" (1923)..
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, He recorded for OKeh (1928-1929), Victor (1929-1933) and Brunswick (1933- 1937). Arnheim's orchestra made at least three film short subjects for Warner Brothers' Vitaphone Corporation in 1928-29.
Gus Arnheim died in Los Angeles.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 8 works by Gus Arnheim (1897-1955). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
I Cried for You 1923 Abe Lyman (co-author)
Arthur Freed (words)
I Don't Want You to Cry Over Me (w&m) 1923 Abe Lyman (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Mandalay 1924 Abe Lyman (co-author)
Earl Burtnett (co-author)
I'm Gonna Get You 1931 Jules Lemare (co-author)
Harry Tobias (co-author)
Put Your Little Arms Around Me 1931 Harry Tobias (co-author)
Jules Lemare (co-author)
Sweet and Lovely (w&m) 1931 Harry Tobias (co-author)
Jules Lemare (co-author)
Irving Kaufman (perf.)
Guy Lombardo (perf.)
Was It Wrong (w&m) 1931 Gordon Clifford (co-author)
Murray Peck (co-author)
Goodnight, My Love (w&m) 1932 Harry Tobias (co-author)
Jules Lemare (co-author)