Gender
Male
Born
Aug 11, 1914
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Died
Mar 11, 2011
Encinitas, California, USA
Composer Performer Writer Lyricist Arranger Vocal Coach Musical Supervisor Musician
See Also
  • CREDITS
    Mostly Sondheim (Jan 14, 2002 - Aug 25, 2002)
    • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
    SpecialSolo ConcertOriginal
    Candles, Snow & Mistletoe (Dec 27, 1993 - Dec 30, 1993)
    • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
    SpecialOriginal
    Meet Me in St. Louis (Nov 02, 1989 - Jun 10, 1990)
    • Music by Hugh Martin
    • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    • New lyrics by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Feb 26, 1989 - Sep 01, 1990)
    • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue DanceOriginal
    Sugar Babies (Oct 08, 1979 - Aug 28, 1982)
    • Additional Vocal Arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
    The 1940's Radio Hour (Oct 07, 1979 - Jan 06, 1980)
    • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
    MusicalOriginal
    Good News (Dec 23, 1974 - Jan 04, 1975)
    • Musical Supervisor: Hugh Martin
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyRevival
    Lorelei (Jan 27, 1974 - Nov 03, 1974)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    High Spirits (Apr 07, 1964 - Feb 27, 1965)
    • Music by Hugh Martin
    • Book by Hugh Martin
    • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal Direction and Arrangements by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal Coach: Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Hazel Flagg (Feb 11, 1953 - Sep 19, 1953)
    • Choral arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
    MusicalSatire ComedyOriginal
    Top Banana (Nov 01, 1951 - Oct 04, 1952)
    • Vocal arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Judy Garland at the Palace "Two-A-Day" (Oct 16, 1951 - Feb 24, 1952)
    • Piano: Hugh Martin
    SpecialRevueOriginal
    Make a Wish (Apr 18, 1951 - Jul 14, 1951)
    • Music by Hugh Martin
    • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalOriginal
    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Dec 08, 1949 - Sep 15, 1951)
    • Vocal Direction by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal direction and arrangements by: Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    As the Girls Go (Nov 13, 1948 - Jan 14, 1950)
    • Music arranged by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal Director: Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Heaven on Earth (Sep 16, 1948 - Sep 25, 1948)
    • Vocal Arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! (Jan 29, 1948 - Jul 10, 1948)
    • Music by Hugh Martin
    • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalOriginal
    Barefoot Boy With Cheek (Apr 03, 1947 - Jul 05, 1947)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Lady Comes Across (Jan 09, 1942 - Jan 10, 1942)
    • Performer: The Martins [4 Shoppers]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Best Foot Forward (Oct 01, 1941 - Jul 04, 1942)
    • Music by Hugh Martin
    • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Cabin in the Sky (Oct 25, 1940 - Mar 08, 1941)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalFantasyOriginal
    Louisiana Purchase (May 28, 1940 - Jun 14, 1941)
    • Performer: Hugh Martin [The Martins]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Du Barry Was a Lady (Dec 06, 1939 - Dec 12, 1940)
    • Choral Arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Too Many Girls (Oct 18, 1939 - May 18, 1940)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Streets of Paris (Jun 19, 1939 - Feb 10, 1940)
    • Performer: Hugh Martin [Monsieur]
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    One For the Money (Feb 04, 1939 - May 27, 1939)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    The Boys from Syracuse (Nov 23, 1938 - Jun 10, 1939)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Where Do We Go From Here? (Nov 15, 1938 - Nov 1938)
    • Performer: Hugh Martin [Phil]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Hooray For What! (Dec 01, 1937 - May 21, 1938)
    • Performer: Hugh Martin [Singing Ensemble]
    • Music arranged by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Oct 02, 1990 - Sep 08, 1991)
    • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue DanceOriginal
    Sugar Babies (Nov 08, 1982 - Apr 20, 1986)
    • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
    Sugar Babies (Sep 15, 1981 - Jul 03, 1982)
    • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
    Sugar Babies (Aug 12, 1980 - Nov 01, 1980)
    • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
    Good News (Dec 15, 1973 - Oct 20, 1974)
    • Musical Supervisor: Hugh Martin
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyRevival
    Lorelei (Feb 24, 1973 - Jan 12, 1974)
    • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
    MusicalComedyOriginal
  • AWARDS

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Original Score

    1990 | Nominee  | Meet Me in St. Louis
    Music by Hugh Martin
    Lyrics by Hugh Martin
     

    Best Author (Musical)

    1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
    Book by Hugh Martin
     

    Best Composer and Lyricist

    1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
    Music by Hugh Martin
    Lyrics by Hugh Martin
     

    Best Musical

    1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
    Music by Hugh Martin
    Lyrics by Hugh Martin
    Book by Hugh Martin
Mostly Sondheim (Jan 14, 2002 - Aug 25, 2002)
  • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
SpecialSolo ConcertOriginal
Candles, Snow & Mistletoe (Dec 27, 1993 - Dec 30, 1993)
  • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
SpecialOriginal
Meet Me in St. Louis (Nov 02, 1989 - Jun 10, 1990)
  • Music by Hugh Martin
  • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
  • New lyrics by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Feb 26, 1989 - Sep 01, 1990)
  • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue DanceOriginal
Sugar Babies (Oct 08, 1979 - Aug 28, 1982)
  • Additional Vocal Arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
The 1940's Radio Hour (Oct 07, 1979 - Jan 06, 1980)
  • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
MusicalOriginal
Good News (Dec 23, 1974 - Jan 04, 1975)
  • Musical Supervisor: Hugh Martin
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyRevival
Lorelei (Jan 27, 1974 - Nov 03, 1974)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
High Spirits (Apr 07, 1964 - Feb 27, 1965)
  • Music by Hugh Martin
  • Book by Hugh Martin
  • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal Direction and Arrangements by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal Coach: Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Hazel Flagg (Feb 11, 1953 - Sep 19, 1953)
  • Choral arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
MusicalSatire ComedyOriginal
Top Banana (Nov 01, 1951 - Oct 04, 1952)
  • Vocal arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Judy Garland at the Palace "Two-A-Day" (Oct 16, 1951 - Feb 24, 1952)
  • Piano: Hugh Martin
SpecialRevueOriginal
Make a Wish (Apr 18, 1951 - Jul 14, 1951)
  • Music by Hugh Martin
  • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalOriginal
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Dec 08, 1949 - Sep 15, 1951)
  • Vocal Direction by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal direction and arrangements by: Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
As the Girls Go (Nov 13, 1948 - Jan 14, 1950)
  • Music arranged by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal Director: Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Heaven on Earth (Sep 16, 1948 - Sep 25, 1948)
  • Vocal Arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! (Jan 29, 1948 - Jul 10, 1948)
  • Music by Hugh Martin
  • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalOriginal
Barefoot Boy With Cheek (Apr 03, 1947 - Jul 05, 1947)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Lady Comes Across (Jan 09, 1942 - Jan 10, 1942)
  • Performer: The Martins [4 Shoppers]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Best Foot Forward (Oct 01, 1941 - Jul 04, 1942)
  • Music by Hugh Martin
  • Lyrics by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Cabin in the Sky (Oct 25, 1940 - Mar 08, 1941)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalFantasyOriginal
Louisiana Purchase (May 28, 1940 - Jun 14, 1941)
  • Performer: Hugh Martin [The Martins]
MusicalComedyOriginal
Du Barry Was a Lady (Dec 06, 1939 - Dec 12, 1940)
  • Choral Arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Too Many Girls (Oct 18, 1939 - May 18, 1940)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Streets of Paris (Jun 19, 1939 - Feb 10, 1940)
  • Performer: Hugh Martin [Monsieur]
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevueOriginal
One For the Money (Feb 04, 1939 - May 27, 1939)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Boys from Syracuse (Nov 23, 1938 - Jun 10, 1939)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Where Do We Go From Here? (Nov 15, 1938 - Nov 1938)
  • Performer: Hugh Martin [Phil]
PlayComedyOriginal
Hooray For What! (Dec 01, 1937 - May 21, 1938)
  • Performer: Hugh Martin [Singing Ensemble]
  • Music arranged by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal
Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Oct 02, 1990 - Sep 08, 1991)
  • Featuring songs by Hugh Martin
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue DanceOriginal
Sugar Babies (Nov 08, 1982 - Apr 20, 1986)
  • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
Sugar Babies (Sep 15, 1981 - Jul 03, 1982)
  • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
Sugar Babies (Aug 12, 1980 - Nov 01, 1980)
  • Additional vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalRevue Comedy BurlesqueOriginal
Good News (Dec 15, 1973 - Oct 20, 1974)
  • Musical Supervisor: Hugh Martin
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyRevival
Lorelei (Feb 24, 1973 - Jan 12, 1974)
  • Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
MusicalComedyOriginal

Tony Award®

 

Best Original Score

1990 | Nominee  | Meet Me in St. Louis
Music by Hugh Martin
Lyrics by Hugh Martin
 

Best Author (Musical)

1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
Book by Hugh Martin
 

Best Composer and Lyricist

1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
Music by Hugh Martin
Lyrics by Hugh Martin
 

Best Musical

1964 | Nominee  | High Spirits
Music by Hugh Martin
Lyrics by Hugh Martin
Book by Hugh Martin

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