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  1. Ira Gershwin (Nueva York, 6 de diciembre de 1896-Beverly Hills, 17 de agosto de 1983) fue un destacado letrista de musicales de teatro estadounidense, que colaboró con su hermano menor ―el compositor George Gershwin― para crear algunas de las canciones más memorables del siglo XX.

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    Ira Gershwin (born Israel Gershovitz; December 6, 1896 – August 17, 1983) was an American lyricist who collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs in the English language of the 20th century.

  3. Learn about the life and achievements of Ira Gershwin, the first lyricist to win a Pulitzer Prize and a master of the American musical theatre. Explore his collaborations with his brother George, other composers, and his legacy of songs, shows, and films.

  4. www.wikiwand.com › es › Ira_GershwinIra Gershwin - Wikiwand

    Ira Gershwin (Nueva York, 6 de diciembre de 1896-Beverly Hills, 17 de agosto de 1983) fue un destacado letrista de musicales de teatro estadounidense, que colaboró con su hermano menor ―el compositor George Gershwin― para crear algunas de las canciones más memorables del siglo XX.

  5. Ira Gershwin was a legendary, prolific composer, songwriter and author who collaborated with his brother George Gershwin on some of the most memorable songs in the English language of the 20th century. He wrote more than a dozen Broadway shows, including "Of Thee I Sing" (Pulitzer Prize, 1932), and also worked with other composers such as Jerome Kern, Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen. He died of heart disease in 1983.

  6. Learn about the life and legacy of George and Ira Gershwin, the songwriting team who composed some of the most iconic songs of the Jazz Age and the American musical theatre. Explore their musical theatre and film scores, their folk opera PORGY AND BESS, their concert works, and their legacy in the Gershwin Prize and the Library of Congress.