Ted Koehler

Ted L. Koehler

Also known as D. Koehler, Т. Колер, E. Koehler, Köhler, Keohler, Kochler, Koehier, Koehler, Koehler Ted, Koehlor, Koeler, Koelher, Koenler, Koheler, Kohler, Koshier, Koshlar, Kœhler, Rochler, T Koehler, T. Köhler, T. Keohler, T. Koehier, T. Koehler, T. Koelher, T. Kohler, T. Kœhler, T.Koehler, T: Kohler, Ted Kochler, Ted Koechler, Ted Koehle, Ted Koeler, Ted Koelher, Ted Kohler, Ted Kpehier, Teddy Koehler, Theodore "Ted" Koehler, Theodore Koehler
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Pianist and lyricist, born 14 July 1894 in Washington, D.C., died 17 January 1973 in Santa Monica, California.

Most active from the 1920s to the 1940s, he wrote the lyrics to many classic songs such as [i]Between The Devil And The Deep Blue See[/i] (1931), [i]Stormy Weather[/i] (1933) and [i]Let's Fall In Love[/i] (1933). Koehler often collaborated with composer [a=Harold Arlen].

Ted Koehler was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972.

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