Carl Sigman in the News
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Time Magazine, October 9, 2000
Carl Sigman, 91

Brooklyn-born composer-lyricist whose eminently hummable tunes were recorded by the likes of Guy Lombardo (Enjoy Yourself) and Billie Holiday (Crazy, He Calls Me); in Manhasset, N.Y. Most active in the ‘40s and ‘50s, he wrote everything from Frank Sinatra ballads (What Now My Love) to TV theme songs ("Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding though the glen"). His last major hit was the theme for Love Story (Where Do I Begin?), a sentimental coda to a remarkable career.

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