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Sigman Son Sells Songs
800-song catalog includes "Game," "Enjoy"
By Phil Gallo

The songs of the late Carl Sigman, which include the theme from "Love Story" and titles recently covered by Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart and Pussycat Dolls, have been purchased by the Music Sales Corp.
Sigman's catalog of 800 songs includes "It's All in the Game," "Enjoy Yourself," "Pennsylvania 6-5000," "What Now My Love" and "Buona Sera." It had been administered by his son, Michael Sigman, through Major Songs, the family company.
Michael Sigman, former publisher of L.A. Weekly and trade mag Record World, will move to Music Sales West, Creative Services for Film, TV & Advertising, the company's West Coast operation in Santa Monica. He is retaining the writer's share of the catalog.
Carl Sigman was an inaugural member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame who died in 2000.
"One of the reasons this deal was so attractive to us, beyond the sheer brilliance of the songs, is that Michael has agreed to work with us in promoting and remastering many of these standards to take advantage of the myriad opportunities for contemporary usages," Music Sales president Barrie Edwards said.
Music Sales Corp. is part of the Music Sales Group, Europe's largest printed music publisher. Company expects to publish a comprehensive Carl Sigman songbook; one has never been published. 

(c) Variety