Max Meth (born c. 1900-died January 3, 1984) was a Broadway musical director and conductor for over 40 years (1927–1968). He came to the United States from Austria. He won the Tony Award twice, in 1949 for the original As the Girls Go, and in 1952 for a revival of Pal Joey.

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  • Max Meth (* 1901 in Österreich; † 3. Januar 1984 in Wyckoff, New Jersey) war ein österreichisch-amerikanischer Dirigent und Musikdirektor. Er leitete über 25 Shows am Broadway wie zum Beispiel Pal Joey und Der goldene Regenbogen. (de)
  • Max Meth (born c. 1900-died January 3, 1984) was a Broadway musical director and conductor for over 40 years (1927–1968). He came to the United States from Austria. He won the Tony Award twice, in 1949 for the original As the Girls Go, and in 1952 for a revival of Pal Joey. (en)
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  • Max Meth (* 1901 in Österreich; † 3. Januar 1984 in Wyckoff, New Jersey) war ein österreichisch-amerikanischer Dirigent und Musikdirektor. Er leitete über 25 Shows am Broadway wie zum Beispiel Pal Joey und Der goldene Regenbogen. (de)
  • Max Meth (born c. 1900-died January 3, 1984) was a Broadway musical director and conductor for over 40 years (1927–1968). He came to the United States from Austria. He won the Tony Award twice, in 1949 for the original As the Girls Go, and in 1952 for a revival of Pal Joey. (en)
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