Lew Pollack (16 June 1895, New York City – 18 January 1946, Hollywood, Calif.) was an American composer.
He was a boy soprano in Walter Damrosch’s choral group and later appeared as a singer and pianist in vaudeville. He composed theme music for several silent films, along with a number of popular songs. He also wrote scores to several sound films, including Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Lew Pollack was elected to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
Works for Winds
- Arlene (arr. Mason) (1933)
- At the Codfish Ball (arr. Loan) (1936)
- Drums A-Plenty (1999)
- Seventh Heaven (arr. Mason) (1937)
- That’s a Plenty (arr. Edmondson) (1914/1994)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Lew Pollack." Accessed 10 May 2017
- Lew Pollack, Wikipedia Accessed 10 May 2017