A stand of logs burns brightly in the fireplace, snowflakes flicker at the window, and servants attend the gentlemen and ladies gathered around a grand piano played by a young Cole Porter, on holiday break from Harvard law school. Carolers, joined by his female cousin, sing:. In the still of the night, While the world is in slumber, Oh, the times without number, Darling, when I say to you, "Do you love me as I love you?
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Porter was the grandson of a millionaire speculator, and the moderately affluent circumstances of his life probably contributed to the poise and urbanity of his musical style. He began violin study at the age of six and piano at eight; he composed an operetta in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan at 10 and saw his first composition , a waltz, published a year later. As a student at Yale University B. He made his Broadway debut with the musical comedy See America First , which, however, closed after 15 performances. He was not, as later reported, in French military service. They spent the next two decades in lively partying and social traveling, sometimes together, sometimes apart.
Cole was raised on a acre fruit ranch. Kate Cole married Samuel Porter in and had two children, Louis and Rachel, who both died in infancy. Porter's grandfather, J.
Cole Porter was born in Indiana in A talented composer and songwriter, Porter handled both music and lyrics with ease, and conquered Broadway and Hollywood with his witty songs. He died in California in , having written more than songs. Cole Porter was born on June 9, , in Peru, Indiana. His mother gave him the middle name Albert later in his life. With a wealthy grandfather, James Omar Cole, Porter had a comfortable childhood, during which he studied the violin and piano. He preferred the piano, and was soon practicing for two hours every day. At age 11, he wrote a song that his mother helped him publish. While an undergrad at Yale University, Porter wrote the fight song "Bulldog," as well as other pieces for student productions; his output during these years totaled approximately songs. As his grandfather didn't want him to have a career in music, Porter was dispatched to Harvard's law school.