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Album · 1997 · 13 Songs.
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He won eight Tony Awards and two Academy Awards for Best Original Song. Many of his songs are standard repertoire for vocalists and jazz musicians. He co-wrote 850 songs.
Conductor, Arranged By, Producer – Paul Lavalle. Expresses The Lyrics Of Oscar Hammerstein II (LP).
Muriel Findlay (Muriel Angelus), actress: born London 10 March 1909; married 1931 John Stuart (marriage dissolved), 1946 Paul Lavalle (died 1997; one daughter); died Harrisonburg, Virginia 26 June 2004. Despite book, lyrics and direction by Oscar Hammerstein II and music by Sigmund Romberg, the period piece, set in New Orleans in the early 19th century, it was not a success. The critic John Mason Brown recorded in the New York World Telegram, I hate it when musicals take themselves too seriously and go in for all the pretensions.
Hammerstein won eight Tony Awards and was twice awarded an Academy Award for "Best Original Song", and much of his work is part of the unofficial Great American Songbook.
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Oscar Winners: The Lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II. 1997. One of the reasons that Barbara Cook has been a success in her second career as a concert and nightclub singer, after a first career as a Broadway musical star, is, ironically, that she has so completely reinvented herself. She still sings show music, by and large, but unlike other stage veterans who have moved to the concert hall, she isn't still trying to perform those songs in character, at least, in the characters for which they were written
About Oscar Hammerstein II. An eight-time Tony award winner, Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960), was one of America’s most prolific and successful librettists, theatrical producers, and theater directors. He composed over eight hundred-fifty pieces for a number of films and musicals over his lifetime, two of which later went on to receive Academy Awards for Best Original Song. His collaboration with Richard Rodgers began with their work together on Oklahoma!, and became the grounds for what many call the most iconic partnership of the 20th century.
by Oscar Hammerstein II and Amy Asch. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780375413582.