Bernhart, Martha Ann (pseu: Martie Hubble) 28.sep.1922-10.apr.1993 USA California, Pomona - Los Angeles Burbank
singer, pianist, lyricist, 1937-1939 studied with Ralph Thomas, 1943 BA from Pomona College, studied voice with Ralph Lyman and 1944-1946 with Richard Cummings, 1943-1944 copyright clearance executive for CBS in Hollywood, 1944-1956 manager music rights clearance department Bleu Network/ABC, 1956-1958 secretary to Walter Schumann ; daughter of vice president building and loan Edgar Page Hubble (Virginia, Bonhams 16.dec.1894-5.nov.1968 Pomona) and Ruth M Craig (Missouri 1.dec.1893-11.nov.1969 Los Angeles)

Title Parts


[] The meaning of the blues. 1956
words and music Martie Hubble and Milton Raskin

[] I'll be there. Song
words and music Milton Raskin and Martie Hubble
pub Palm Springs Music Co., Hollywood 1957
recorded by The Hawkeyes

[] At your beck and call
words and music Milton Raskin and Martie Hubble
copyright Palm Springs Music Co. 13aug1958

[] Lift up your voice America! Narrator and choir. 1959
words Milton William Raskin (Milt Raskin)

[] Arroyo Alma Mater
words and music Martie Hubble
copyright Palm Springs Music Co. 29jun1959

[] Black is the color
arr. music Martie Hubble
copyright Palm Springs Music Co. 22dec1960

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