Author

Jule Styne

Jule Styne

JULE STYNE made B'way sing for 50 years as composer of High Button Shoes; Gentlemen Prefer Blondes; Two on the Aisle; Hazel Flagg; Gypsy; Peter Pan; Bells Are Ringing; Say Darling; Do Re Mi; Subways Are for Sleeping; Funny Girl; Fade Out-Fade In; Arturo Ui (the dramatic score); Hallelujah, Baby!; Red Shoes; Darling of the Day; Lorelei; and Sugar. His many film scores include Anchors Aweigh and My Sister Eileen as well as the title song of Three Coins in the Fountain. His songbook includes the standards "All I Need Is the Girl," "I Don't Want to Walk Without You," "Just in Time," "People," "I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry," "Everything's Coming Up Roses," "I Fall in Love Too Easily," "Small World" and "Time After Time." He is a member of the Songwriter's and Theatre Halls of Fame; a 1990 Kennedy Center Honoree; and the winner of two Grammys, an Oscar for "Three Coins in the Fountain," an Emmy, the Donaldson Award, and the Drama Critics Award as a producer. The following lyric writers have collaborated with Mr. Styne: Frank Loesser, Sammy Cahn, Leo Robbin, Bob Hilliard, E. Y. Harburg, Stephen Sondheim, Susan Birkenhead, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and Bob Merrill. Mr. Styne served on the Dramatists Guild Council and has been a member of ASCAP for more than 50 years.