Newman, Belle Einhorn (ka Belle, Barbara) (fem) 22.nov.1922- USA NY, New York Brooklyn
pianist, songwriter, jewish, 1922-1940 residing with her unemployed parents at 555 Powell Street and 40 12th Street Brooklyn, 1.sep.1932-24.mar.1933 she was admitted to Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1940 graduate of Richmond Hill High School, 1944 BA from New York University where she held the LaVerne Noyes Scholarship, 3 times winner of Helen Chaplin Memorial medals for piano and theory in Brooklyn, president of Renault Music Company and Enterprise Music Corporation, 1947 she was the youngest female ASCAP member ever, composer/lyricist for Louis Armstrong, Lucky Millinder and the McFarland Twins, 1950 manager for Louis Prima, Gene Williams and Fran Warren, producer for film ; daughter of unemployed and by 1940 cotton salesman Joseph Einhorn (Lithuania 5.may.1894-) and Florence Deerfield (Russia 1894-) ; 1951 she married Lee Newman

[Grattan 1993 gives erroneously born Barbara Einhorn ; Mize 1951 gives erroneously born 1924]

Title Parts

[] A Sunday kind of love. Song. 1946
words and music with Anita Leonard, Stan Rhodes, Louis Prima

[] Early Autumn. Song. 1947
[] You broke the only heart that ever loved you. Song. 1947
[] Joseph 'n his brudders. Song
[] Chiterlin switch. Song
[] Little boy blew his top. Song
[] My little donkey. Song
[] Monday again
[] The bee song. Song
[] Southpaw special. Song
[] Anywhere in Texas. Song
[] Tryin' too hard. Song
[] My possession. Song
[] I Wanna. Song
[] William didn't tell. Song
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