Ahlert, Frederick 'Fred' E 19.sep.1892-20.oct.1953 USA NY, New York College Point - NY, New York Manhattan
pianist, songwriter, he began songwriting while at Townsend Harris High School in New York City, he left the Fordham Law School before graduating to make music his profession, composer of glee club songs for Fred Waring, 1933 committee member and 1948 president of ASCAP ; son of liquor salesman Heinrich (Henry) Ahlert (Germany, Aachen 4.sep.1862-1930 Bremen) and Julia Pollacheck (Austria, Vienna 6.jul.1873-6.feb.1914 Manhattan) who married 10.oct.1891 in Manhattan ; brother of Emil Henry Ahlert (New York City 18.may.1894-) ; 1917 he married Mildred Goldberg (New York City 1893-30.jul.1955 Manhattan) ; son composer Richard Ahlert (4.sep.1921-)

Title Parts

[] I'll get by. Song. 1928
lyrics Roy Turk

[] Mean to me. Song. 1929
lyrics Roy Turk

[] Walkin' my baby back home. 1930
[] Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day. 1931
[] I don't know why. 1931
[] Just a little home for the old folks. 1932
[] I'am gonna sit right down and write myself a letter. 1935
[] Marianne. Songs for the film of Marion Davies
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