Philip Springer, Composer of Santa Baby: Other Songs and Career Highlights
                           Philip Springer, Composer of Santa Baby: Other Songs and Career Highlights 

The Bells of Notre Dame 

The Bells of Notre Dame was produced and performed one time, in 1999, for the City of West Hollywood's Millennium Event. The producer, Tamar Springer, worked there at the time. This creation has been on her mind ever since, and finally the time came to promote this unique musical-in-concert.  There was a performance set for May 16, 2020, at St. Augustine's by-the-sea Church in Santa Monica, Calfornia. This was to be the first phase in working towards the mission of bringing this musical to public awareness and making it available for licensing to community theaters, churches, schools and other performance venues. 

Sadly, due to Covid Pandemic, the performance was of course cancelled. 

The show will go on, though! As soon as the world situation permits, The gorgeous score and story of The Bells of Notre Dame will return. 

"Santa Baby" 


Philip Springer

This website is dedicated to the works of Philip Springer, composer of the classic Christmas song, "Santa Baby". He started his professional career at age 23 as a staff composer in the iconic Brill Building at 1619 Broadway in New York City in the 1940s, and continued in a music career throughout the following decades and to this day. 


Music supervisors looking for songs from the 40s, 50s and 60s may find the perfect background song a movie, television, video or other project. Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Dusty Springfield and other notable recording artists recorded many of Springer's songs. 

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