Frederick Loewe decided to retire to Palm Springs, California, where he bought a home in 1960. For many years he did not write anything until he was approached by Lerner to augment the Gigi film score with additional tunes for a 1973 stage adaptation, which won him his second Tony, this time for Best Original Score. That home is located at 815 W Panorama Road, Palm Springs, California.
Final Resting Place:
Desert Memorial Park
31-705 Da Vall Drive
Cathedral City, California, 92262
Grave Location:Section B-8, Plot 89
Grave Location Description
Grave Location GPS33.8166537299, -116.4419325
Read More About Frederick Loewe:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
- Frederick Loewe Official Website
- Frederick Loewe - The Official Masterworks Broadway Site
- About Frederick Loewe
- Frederick Loewe Biography
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- Broadway Musical Time Machine: Looking Back at Camelot
- Lerner and Loewe's Brilliant Musical Score Saves This `Camelot'
Videos Featuring Frederick Loewe:
popular name: Scrapper Blackwell
date_of_death: October 7, 1962
cause_of_death: Murdered (solved but no arrest)
best_know_for: Scrapper Blackwell, together with Leroy Carr are arguably the two most underrated blues musicians of the 1920s and 1930s. What is undeniable is the two together created some of the most recorded blues classics including How Long, How Long Blues, Mean Mistreater Mama and When the Sun Goes Down
popular name: Rick James
date_of_death: August 6, 2004
cause_of_death: Pulmonary failure and cardiac failure
best_know_for: Rick James was a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and funk master who let everyone know "I'M RICK JAMES BITCH!"
popular name: Marvin Hamlisch
date_of_death: August 6, 2012
cause_of_death: Respiratory arrest caused by a combination of anoxic brain encephalopathy (failure of oxygen to reach the brain) and hypertension
best_know_for: Legendary musician, composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch was one of only sixteen people to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards ("EGOT") and is one of only two people (along with composer Richard Rodgers) to have won those four prizes and a Pulitzer Prize ("PEGOT").