Fuiks, Lewis John (pseud: Victor Arden) 8.mar.1893-31.jul.1962 USA Illinois, Wenona - NY, New York
pianist, 23.jun.1914-1.aug.1914 he was in Vienna Austria, 1915 studied music at Chicago University, 1910-1920 he played numerous piano pieces by other composers for US Rythmodik record music rolls, 1917-1920 as pianist for a piano company and recorder for a music house residing at 90 St Andrews Place in Yonkers NY, 1928-1942 as musician and performer residing with wife, 2 sons and a servant at 103 Franklin Avenue in Yonkers NY, 1941 residing in Yonkers NY ; son of shop owner Samuel J Fuiks (Illinois, Lacon aug.1869-10.feb.1949 Chicago) and Vallie Worley (Illinois, Lacon 17.sep.1875-10.mar.1922 Illinois, Peoria) ; 2.may.1917 in Chicago he married Ilse Alma Spindler (Chicago apr.1894-14.may.1962 NY, New York) ; son Lewis John Fuiks (Yonkers 5.jul.1919-)

Title Parts

[] Safety pin catch. Piano
pub Thompson Music Co., Chicago 1909

[] Honeymoon. Waltz. Song. Voice and piano
words Ray Sherwood
pub Triangle Music Pub. Co., New York 1919

[] Honeymoon. Waltz. Orchestra
arr. for dance orchestra George F. Briegel
pub Triangle Music Pub. Co., New York 1919

[] In my dreams. Waltz. Song. Voice and piano
words Andrew Christy
pub Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York 1920

[] Dotty dimples. One step. Piano
music with George Hamilton Green
pub Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York 1921

[] Eileen. Irish fox trot ballad. Voice and piano
pub Leo. Feist Inc., New York 1923

[] We'd rather die upon our feet (than live upon our knees). Voice and piano
music with J. Russel Robinson, words Harry Murphy
pub Broadcast Music Inc., New York 1941

[] Unity
words Henry A. Murphy, music J. Russel Robinson and Victor Arden
copyright Lewis John Fuiks, Yonkers N.Y. 21may1941

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