Ernest Seitz

Ernest Joseph Seitz (29 February 189210 September 1978) was a Canadian composer, songwriter, pianist, and music educator. He published some of his work under the pseudonym "Raymond Roberts" because he did not wish to be associated with popular music. His most famous work is ''The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise'', which he co-wrote with Gene Lockhart. Some of his other notable songs include ''Laddie Boy'' (1932), ''When Moonbeams Softly Fall'' (1935), and ''The Sky's the Limit'' (1943). He retired from performance in 1945 and from teaching in 1946. For the rest of his life he served as president of his family's business, an automobile dealership in Toronto. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London in 1954 and in 1984 Ernest Seitz Park was opened in Toronto. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1990
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Published 1995
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Published 1999
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Published 1999
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Published 1994
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