Jule Styne

Julius Kerwin Styne

Also known as Джул Стайн, Стайн, J Styne, J. Stein, J. Steyn, J. Stine, J. Stiyne, J. Style, J. Styne, J. Stynw, J.Style, J.Styne, J: Styne, Juel Styne, Jule Stein, Jule Steine, Jule Steyn, Jule Styn, Jule Styne, Jule Styni, Jule-Styne, Jules Stein, Jules Steyn, Jules Stone, Jules Styne, Jules Stynes, Jules Styrne, Julestyne, Julie Stein, Julie Stine, Julie Styne, Julie Syne, Julius Kerwin "Jule" Styne, Julius Kerwin Styne, July Stine, Stein, Stine, Stne, Stune, Style, Styn, Styne, Styne Jule, Styng, Styno
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.julestyne.com/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jule_Styne, http://www.songwritershalloffame.org/exhibits/C73

Discography of Jule Styne:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Funny Girl (Original Filmmusik) 13 Audio 1973 AMIGA
2 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968
3 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1969 CBS
4 Gypsy - A Musical Fable 15 Audio 1959 Columbia
5 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1985 CBS
6 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968 CBS
7 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1976 Columbia Masterworks
8 Do-Re-Mi (A Modern Interpretation Of The Hit Broadway Musical) 10 Audio 1985
9 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1972 Columbia
10 American Musicals: Bells Are Ringing/Gypsy/Funny Girl 49 Audio 1981 Time Life Music
11 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio First Record
12 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968 Columbia Masterworks
13 Gypsy 15 Audio 1962 Columbia
14 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio Columbia Masterworks
15 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio
16 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968
17 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968 CBS
18 Do Re Mi In Dance Time 12 Audio RCA Camden
19 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1968 Columbia
20 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1972 Columbia
21 Gypsy - A Musical Fable 17 Audio 2010 Delta Leisure Group
22 Funny Girl (The Original Sound Track Recording) 14 Audio 1967 CBS
23 Gypsy - A Musical Fable 15 Audio 1959 CBS
24 Gypsy - A Musical Fable 3 Audio Columbia


British-born American songwriter and composer especially famous for a series of Broadway musicals (born 31 December 1905 in London, UK - died 20 September 1994 in New York City, New York, USA).

Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972 and the Theatre Hall of Fame in 1981.

[b] >> When credited with [a=Sammy Cahn], please use the joint credit: [a=Jule Styne And Sammy Cahn] << [/b]


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