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Remembering Composer Bart Howard

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Remembering Composer Bart Howard

Remembering Composer Bart Howard

Remembering Composer Bart Howard

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Songwriter and pianist Bart Howard wrote many cabaret songs, but he is best known for one that became a well-loved standard: "Fly Me to the Moon." His companion says Howard died over the weekend in Carmel, N.Y., of complications from a stroke. He was 88.