Gus Kahn

Gustav Gerson Kahn

Also known as C. Cahn, C. Kahn, Cahn, Г. Кан, F. Kahn, G Cahn, G Kahn, G. Kahn, G. Cahn, G. Kahl, G. Kahn, G. Khan, G. Rahn, G.Kahn, G.Khan, Gahn, Ghus Khan, Gus Cahn, Gus Hahn, Gus Kahan, Gus Khan, Gush Kahn, Guskan, Guskhan, Gustave Kahn, H. H. Kahn, Hahn, Hayhen, J. Kahn, Jef Kahn, John, Jone Khan, Kahan, Kaher, Kahn, Kahr, Kalin, Kalm, Kann, Kerr, Khahn, Khan, Kohn, Rus Cahn, S. Kahn
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gus_Kahn, http://www.songwritershalloffame.org/exhibits/C91?exhibitId=91

Discography of Gus Kahn:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Giants of the Big Band Era 12 Audio 1993 Pilz
2 Elegie-Melodie / Ave Maria 2 Audio Victor Red Seal


German musician, songwriter and lyricist (born: 6 November 1886 in Koblenz, Germany; died: 8 October 1941 in Beverly Hills, California, USA).



Writing lyrics for composer and bandleader [a=Isham Jones] led to one of his best-known works, "I'll See You in My Dreams", which became the title of a movie based on his life. Inducted in the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in 1970.

Grandfather of [a=Gwynne Kahn].


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