Jean Gilbert  (1879-1942)
Last updated: 14.09.23
According to the Internet source given below, Jean Gilbert [Max Winterfeld] was a German operetta composer and conductor born in Hamburg.
He studied composition with Philipp Scharwenka in Berlin and at the conservatories in Sondershausen and Weimar. He adopted the name of Jean Gilbert for the production of his first operetta Das Jungfernstift (1901). He composed more than 50 operettas before and after World War I. Being a Jew, he left Germany emigrating to Madrid and later to Argentina, where he once again worked as a radio orchestra leader.
He died in Buenos Aires.

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  Title (Release Year) Instruments/Issue Performers
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audioextmp315.gif Good-Bye Everybody (1915) Edison Blue Amberol: 2661 Joseph A. Phillips
Helen Clark
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audiomidi15.gif All For the Girlies (1913) Midi James Pitt-Payne
audiomidi15.gif Puppchen (1912) Midi James Pitt-Payne
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Folk Music CDs:
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     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Good-Bye Everybody (1912) J. Gilbert (music)
Wm. M. Hough (words)
Piano, Voice IMSLP wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Oh Cecilia (1913) J. Gilbert (music)
Glen MacDonough (words)
Edward Paulton (words)
Piano, Voice IMSLP Pub.
pdf15.gif You're Such a Lonesome Moon To-Night (1912) J. Gilbert (music)
Will M. Hough (words)
Piano, Voice Kirk Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 25 works by Jean Gilbert (1879-1942). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
All the World Loves a Lover 1911 Robert B. Smith (words)  wvicon.gif
Down on the Farm 1911 Robert B. Smith (words)  Pub.
Good-Bye Everybody 1912 Wm. M. Hough (words)
Helen Clark (perf.)
Joseph A. Phillips (perf.)
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Puppchen 1912  wvicon.gif audiomidi15.gif
You're Such a Lonesome Moon To-Night 1912 Will M. Hough (words)  Pub.
All For the Girlies 1913 Charles N Grant (words)  Pub. audiomidi15.gif
As You Rest in Her Arms 1913 Edward Paulton (words)
Glen Mac Donough (words)
Forgive and Forget 1913 Edward Paulton (words)
Glen Mac Donough (words)
Oh Cecilia 1913 Glen MacDonough (words)
Edward Paulton (words)
We Laugh, We Love, We Live! 1913 Edward Paulton (words)
Glen Mac Donough (words)
When the Moon Slyly Winks 1913 Edward Paulton (words)
Glen Mac Donough (words)
My Lady of the Telephone 1914 Harold Atteridge (words)  Pub.
Puppchen - Song 1914 Alf Hayman (words)  Pub.
Selection From the Queen of the Movies 1914  Pub.
Mister Love Will Catch You Yet 1915 Anne Caldwell (words)  Pub.
Marianna 1919 Harry Graham (words)
Vaughn de Leath (perf.)
When Hearts Are Young 1919 Harry Graham (words)  Pub.
Tanz Mit Mir, Mein Kindchen 1921  wvicon.gif
My Silhouette 1922 Harry Graham (words)
Cyrus Wood (words)
Katja, the Dancer 1925 Harry Graham (words)  Pub.
Leander 1925 Harry Graham (words)  Pub.
Day Dreams 1926 Vernon Duke (co-author)
Percy Greenbank (words)
It's Nicer to Be Naughty 1926  Pub.
Lucky 1926 Vernon Duke (co-author)
Peggy Greenbank (words)
Magic of the Moon, The 1926 Vernon Duke (co-author)
Peggy Greenbank (words)