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by Frederick Nolan,Richard Rodgers,Oscar Hammerstein
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  • Author:
    Frederick Nolan,Richard Rodgers,Oscar Hammerstein
  • ISBN:
    1557834733
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557834737
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  • Publisher:
    Applause Theatre & Cinema Books; Revised edition (September 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Music
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Sound of Their Music: The Story of Rodgers & Hammerstein. There aren't too many books about Oscar Hammerstein II. I didn't know that Mr. Hammerstein was one who loved all people, no matter their race. Great reading to see how music is created.

He was educated in Liverpool and Aberaeron, Wales

He was educated in Liverpool and Aberaeron, Wales.

Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979, Hammerstein, Oscar, 1895-1960, Musicals, Revues.

Finally, Rodgers and Hammerstein were sure to maintain a professional . 6) Nolan, Frederick N. The Sound of their Music: the story of Rodgers and Hammerstein. New York: Walker, 1978.

Finally, Rodgers and Hammerstein were sure to maintain a professional union between all members of a production team: producer, writer, composer, director, choreographer, actor, scenery etc. They proved that a takes team work to produce a show and that means collaboration from all sides at all times of a production. Rodgers and Hammerstein Fact Book: a record of their works together and with other collaborators. New York: Lynn Farnol Group, 1980 4) Hyland, William.

See our disclaimer a completely new appendix reveals the details of the continuing worldwide phenomenon of Rodgers and Hammerstein's work up to an. .

This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. SOUND OF THEIR MUSIC THE STORY OF RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN The greatest partnership in the history of the musical, captured in print, wonderfully illustrated. Also, a completely new appendix reveals the details of the continuing worldwide phenomenon of Rodgers and Hammerstein's work up to and including the 2002 centennial year for Rodgers.

The greatest partnership in the history of the musical captured in print wonderfully illustrated.

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Rodgers and Hammerstein refers to the duo of composer Richard Rodgers (1902–1979) and lyricist-dramatist Oscar Hammerstein II (1895–1960), who together were an influential, innovative and successful American musical theatre writing team. They created a string of popular Broadway musicals in the 1940s and 1950s, initiating what is considered the "golden age" of musical theatre.

Author: Frederick Nolan ISBN 10: 0460043153. Books will be free of page markings. Read full description. See details and exclusions. The Sound of Their Music: The Story of Rodgers and Hammerstein by Frederick Nolan (Hardback, 1978). Pre-owned: lowest price.

(Applause Books). The greatest partnership in the history of the musical, captured in print, wonderfully illustrated. For this new edition, the book has been completely rewritten and substantially expanded to include material on Rodgers' early career with Lorenz Hart as well as his later work, and also features recollections from such theatrical titans as Sheldon Harnick, Martin Charnin, Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents. Also, a completely new appendix reveals the details of the continuing worldwide phenomenon of Rodgers and Hammerstein's work up to and including the 2002 centennial year for Rodgers.

Anasius
This is a MUCH better book than its later successor, "Something Wonderful". The recent book, "Something Wonderful", seems like a copy of this book, to the point where I suspect either copyright infringement or some kind of "deal" with the publisher to re-write the same book with a different title and author. What's up with that? This has enormous and satisfying depth, and detail.
Marad
I absolutely loved this book. My knowledge of these two was largely limited to knowing their music and Stephen Sondheim's Hammerstein stories. I learned a ton from this enjoyable read. And, for those Rogers & Hart fans, you'll get at least a moderate level of knowledge of those two as well.
Weernis
I bought this book on a whim and couldn't put it down. What a fabulous look into the private and public lives of two of the most gifted artists of the 20th century. As a boomer, I grew up with the Beatles and rock and heavy metal. Reading this book and my limited exposure to the music of R&H has inspired me to buy some of their beautifully written music and lyrics.
Mataxe
Probably the best biography of Rodgers' incredible creative life. Not only a well-balanced appraisal of the man, but also what seems to be a very honest assessment of his partners, friends, and foibles.
Dozilkree
I was expecting more of a book about the colaborations of Rodgers & Hammerstein. Yes there is some of that - the first chapter is great talking about Oklahoma! But, from there it goes way too deep for my tastes into every little detail of their lives before they ever got together. Then it sort of skims over what I really wanted to read, which was some of the backstage stories about their big shows.
Overall, although it was interesting, I found it rather boring and it took me a long time to get through it.
Modar
I enjoyed reading the story of these two great musical geniuses. There aren't too many books about Oscar Hammerstein II. I didn't know that Mr. Hammerstein was one who loved all people, no matter their race. Great reading to see how music is created
Tygolar
Love the back stories in this volume. I'm a lifelong lover of their music, and hadvthenhonor of meeting Richard Rogers later in his career (post Hammerstein). I was present in the studio when they were recording the demos of "Two By Two" and as the singers, conductor and orchestra were running through the songs for the first time. It was real hush-hush so NO ONE had even seen the score until that day. Well, the conductor, Arnold Goland and soprano Anita Darian were my friends, so there ai was, safely seated in the controll room. After the third song I felt a tap on my shoulder and a question, "How do you know these songs?". "Oh, I don't," I said, as I turned around and looked straight into the eyes of Richard Rogers! (OMG, had I been singing along?!!!). Suffice to say that I fumfered around, with my teeth caught in my tongue...BUT when RR discovered I didn't read music, but could pick it up quickly if it was "catchy.". He turned around and shouted to Marty Charnin, "Marty, we have a hit!". Really not. However, one song made it to Tony Bennt who proclaimed "I Do Not Know A Day I Did Not Love You" his favorite recording. Wish everyone could also hear Anita Darian's version from that demo session. It, too, hits the spot.
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