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Arthur Schwartz photo taken by Carl Van Vechten, 1933
|Birth name||Arthur Schwartz|
|Born||November 25, 1900|
|Died||September 3, 1984(aged 83)|
Schwartz supported his legal studies at New York University and postgraduate studies at Columbia University by playing piano before concentrating his talents on vaudeville, Broadway theatre and Hollywood.
- With Howard Dietz
- "Alone Together" Introduced in the revue Flying Colors by Jean Sargent.
- "By Myself" Recorded by Rosemary Clooney, Stacey Kent, Julie London, Ann Richards.
- "Confession" Recorded by Judy Holliday.
- "Dancing in the Dark" Introduced by John Barker in the 1931 revue The Band Wagon.
- "Got a Bran' New Suit" Introduced by Ethel Waters in the 1935 revue At Home Abroad
- "Haunted Heart" Introduced in the musical Inside U.S.A. in 1948. Recorded by Susannah McCorkle.
- "Hoops" Introduced in the 1931 revue The Band Wagon by Fred and Adele Astaire
- "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan" Introduced by Clifton Webb in the 1929 revue The Little Show.
- "I Love Louisa" Introduced by Fred and Adele Astaire in the 1931 revue The Band Wagon
- "If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You" Recorded by Dick Haymes.
- "I See Your Face Before Me" Introduced by Jack Buchanan, Evelyn Laye and Adele Dixon in the 1937 musical Between the Devil. Recorded by Frank Sinatra in his 1955 In the Wee Small Hours album.
- "Louisiana Hayride" Introduced by Tamara Geva, Clifton Webb and ensemble in the 1932 revue Flying Colors
- "Love Is a Dancing Thing" from the 1935 revue At Home Abroad
- "Something to Remember You By" Recorded by Morgana King, Irene Kral, Jo Stafford.
- "That's Entertainment!" for the 1953 film The Band Wagon
- "You and the Night and the Music" from the musical Revenge with Music.
- With other lyricists
- "After All You're All I'm After" (words Edward Heyman) 1933
- "Alone Too Long" (words Dorothy Fields). Introduced by Shirley Booth and Wilbur Evans in the 1954 musical By the Beautiful Sea
- "A Gal in Calico" (words Leo Robin) Introduced in the 1946 film The Time, the Place and the Girl by Jack Carson, Martha Vickers and Dennis Morgan.
- "I'm Riding for a Fall" (words Frank Loesser). Introduced by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie in the 1943 film Thank Your Lucky Stars
- "A Rainy Night in Rio" (words Leo Robin). Introduced in the 1946 film The Time, the Place and the Girl by Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson, Janis Paige, and Martha Vickers
- "Simpatico" (co-written with Sammy Cahn). Recorded by Dean Martin April 25, 1955.
- "Then I'll Be Tired of You" (words E. Y. Harburg) (1934). Recorded by Fats Waller, Jeri Southern.
- "They're Either Too Young or Too Old" (words Frank Loesser). Introduced by Bette Davis in the 1943 film Thank Your Lucky Stars.
- "'Til You Return" (words by Howard Schwartz) introduced by Claire Trevor in the 1942 film "Crossroads"
- Arthur Schwartz at the Internet Movie Database
- Arthur Schwartz at the Internet Broadway Database
- Biography and songs at songwritershalloffame.org