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Rebner, Arthur

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Personal name headingRebner, Arthur
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Variant(s)Rebner, Artur
LocatedVienna (Austria) Berlin (Germany) Paris (France) Mexico City (Mexico)
Birth date1890-06-30
Death date1948-12-08
Place of birthLemberg (Austria)
Place of deathLos Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityMusic
Profession or occupationComposers Authors Librettists Lyricists Masters of ceremonies
Found inEight girls in a boat [MP] 1934: credits (music by Arthur Rebner)
Lehár, Franz. Eine kleine Freundin hat doch jeder Mann, [1921], ©1921: title page (Artur Rebner)
OCLC, April 8, 2016 (access points: Rebner, Arthur; Rebner, Arthur, 1890-1949; Rebner, Artur; usage: Arthur Rebner {predominant, latest]; Artur Rebner)
German Wikipedia, April 8, 2016 (Arthur Rebner; born July 30, 1890, Lemberg; died December 8, 1949, Los Angeles, California; cabaret singer, author, librettist, composer, revue writer, master of ceremonies, lyricist; moved in his youth to Vienna and then to Berlin; left Germany in 1933 for Vienna; emigrated to France in 1938; left there in 1940 and lived in Mexico City until 1947, when he moved to the United States)