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Full Name Eddy Duchin
Profession Pianist
Date of Birth April 1 , 1909
Place of Birth Cambridge
Birth Country United States
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Died
Death Date 1951-02-09

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Eddy Duchin is one of the famous Pianist, who was born on the memorable day of April 1 in the year 1909. Hailing from the vibrant city of Massachusetts, Eddy Duchin is a proud citizen of United States.

American pianist and bandleader who tragically died from leukemia in 1951. He is remembered for popular songs like 1938’s Ol’ Man Mose.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Eddy Duchin continues to be an inspiration for many.

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Details about Eddy Duchin
Popular As: Eddy Duchin
First Name: Eddy
Last Name: Duchin
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 1
Birth Year: 1909
Death Date: 1951-02-09
Death Day: February 09
Death Year: 1951
Cause of Death: Natural Causes
Manner of Death: Leukemia
Place of Death: New York, NY
Education: Beverly High School


He was a pharmacist before becoming a full-time musician.

He was the center of controversy after some listeners mistook the lyric “bucket” in his song Ol’ Man Mose for a curse word.


His parents Tillie and Frank were Jewish immigrants. His biggest hit, Ol’ Man Mose, was originally performed by Louis Armstrong.

Eddy Duchin Timeline

By 1932, Reisman's contract with the Central Park Casino was being terminated, leaving violinist Leo Kahn as the interim leader of the orchestra.
Duchin met his future wife, the socialite Marjorie Oelrichs, at the Waldorf in New York City, and wed at Oelrichs' mother's apartment at the Hotel Pierre on June 5, 1935, officiated by Judge Vincent Lippe.
They had one son, Peter Duchin, born July 28, 1937.
Duchin had a second child, born August 15, 1938, with model Marguerite O'Malley; and a third, Annette Kalten, born April 26, 1940, with Millie Yammarino.
He had a 1940 hit with the song "So You're the One" written for him by Hy Zaret, Alex Kramer and Joan Whitney.
In 1947, he married a second time to Spanish-Filipina Maria Teresa "Chiquita" Parke-Smith (1912-1980), daughter of Teresa Parke-Smith Bertran de Lis y Pastor.