IRVING FIELDS - circa 1950



August 4, 1915 - August 20, 2016


Welcome to the official website of the world-renowned pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader, IRVING FIELDS.

You probably know Irving from his top-of-the charts group in the 1950s, the Irving Fields Trio. Or, perhaps you know the songs composed by Irving, such as "Miami Beach Rhumba" (recorded by Xavier Cugat), "Managua, Nicaragua" (recorded by Guy Lombardo, Emdundo Ros, and Freddy Martin), or "Chantez, Chantez" (recorded by Dinah Shore). Or, maybe you visited one of the world-class hotels and international clubs over the past 50 years who have featured performances by Irving Fields (such as The Imperial Hotel, Japan; Taj Mahal, Bombay; Carnegie Hall and The Copacabana, New York; and the Versailles Hotel, Miami).

Thank you for visiting. Please browse around to learn more about Irving or to reminisce about this wonderful musician, composer and performer.


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