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Berlin, Irving

Syllabification: Ber·lin, Irving
Pronunciation: /bərˈlin
 
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( 1888–1989), US composer of popular music; born in Russia; born Israel Baline. His prolific work includes the songs “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” (1911) and “God Bless America” (1918), the movie scores for Top Hat (1935) and White Christmas (1954), and the stage musicals Annie Get Your Gun (1946) and Call Me Madam (1950).

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