The Songs from the Musical A Chorus Line. — Get Music! Get License for your next production!

Song‐sample from the Musical “A Chorus Line.” After the 1975 Broadway long run and a revival in 2006, the musical has enjoyed multiple productions around the world. Latest Revivals: 2012 in London, 2013 Australia and Singapore, 2014 Norway, 2016 Austria and at The Stratford Festival, Ontario, Canada, 2016–2107: The Netherlands!, 2018: Tel Aviv, Israel and The USA A Chorus Line …

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June 2, 2019. New York, NY: 54 Below presents An All‐Star Marvin Hamlisch Birthday Celebration feat. Penny Fuller, Erin Davie, and more! Tickets!

Featuring: Craig Carnelia (Composer: Working, Sweet Smell of Success) Daisy Carnelia (Elf, The Bad Years) Erin Davie (Grey Gardens) Penny Fuller (Tony nominee for Applause and The Dinner Party) Rupert Holmes (Writer of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Nutty Professor) Leah Horowitz (High Button Shoes, Follies) Marissa McGowan (Kiss Me Kate) Jack Noseworthy (Sweet Smell of Success, Jerome Robbins’ …

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▶ Song: “At The Fountain — Reprise ” — Musical: Sweet Smell of Success. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Song: “At The Fountain” Reprise — Musical: Sweet Smell of Success. Rendition by Brian D’Arcy James. A Broadway Musical with score by Marvin Hamlisch (Music), Craig Carnelia (Lyrics), and John Guare (Book). Musical: Sweet Smell of Success: GET LICENSE FOR YOUR NEXT PRODUCTION! The show is based on the 1957 movie of the same name, which tells the story of …

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Musicals and Concert Licensing — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

GET LICENSE: Musical “A Chorus Line” GET LICENSE: Musical “A Chorus Line — High School Edition” GET LICENSE: Musical “Sweet Smell of Success” GET LICENSE: Musical “The Goodbye Girl” GET LICENSE: Musical “They’re Playing Our Song” GET LICENSE: Musical “Smile” CONCERT LICENSING: The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

▶ Songs from the Musical “The Goodbye Girl” — “No More” (3:50″) Broadway Cast. Bernadette Peters — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

From the 1993 Original Broadway Cast recording of “The Goodbye Girl” Composed by Marvin Hamlisch Lyrics: David Zippel  Rendition by: Bernadette Peters, Martin Short, Carol Woods, Tammy Minoff The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. Obtain license for your next musical Production of “The Goodbye Girl” Get Music! Musical The Goodbye Girl: The Musical opened in out‐of‐town tryouts at the Shubert Theatre …

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ICYMI: MUSIC RELEASE: “Play it Again, Marvin!” — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. A CD & Digital Release by Varèse Sarabande Records. Attention Collectors! GET YOURS!

Varèse Sarabande Records:  The life and legacy of Broadway’s legendary composer, Pulitzer Prize, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award‐winner, Marvin Hamlisch, is celebrated in this concert that will tour America. PLAY IT AGAIN, MARVIN! ORDER CD & DIGITAL, LISTEN TO SAMPLE! at Varèse Sarabande Records Order on Amazon Preview / Order: Apple Music/Itunes  Play It Again, Marvin! Hamlisch’s music is brought …

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Musical “SMILE” — The Songs. ▶ Song: Nerves — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

The song “Nerves” — from the Musical SMILE. (Broadway, 1986) — Musical Score by Composer Marvin Hamlisch (1944–2012) and Book & Lyrics by Lyricist Howard Ashman (1950–1991) OBTAIN LICENSE FOR YOUR NEXT PRODUCTION OF THE MUSICAL “SMILE” GET THE MUSIC OF MARVIN HAMLISCH (Musicals & Concerts) Musical SMILE: “A swift paced and thoroughly professional entertainment.” — This touching and satiric …

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Upcoming Theatre Events in your town! Year 2019: Musicals and Tributes / Get Music for your next production / Get Tickets — Celebrating the music of Marvin Hamlisch

Find your City/State: » —  Chicago, IL — Hilton Head, SC — Arlington, TX — Rockville Centre, NY (Molloy College) — Sonoma, CA — Utica, NY — New York 54 Below — Glen Ellen, CA — Madison, OH — Wichita, KS — North Little Rock, Arkansas — Dennis, MA — — — — - For High School Productions: GET LICENSE …

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Scott Joplin. Tribute to American Composers

SCOTT JOPLIN Scott Joplin was a composer, a pianist and a music teacher. He was the second of six children born to Giles Joplin and Florence Givens. (Born around 1867–1868) Joplin grew up in Texarkana, TX where he formed a vocal quartet, and taught mandolin and guitar. During the late 1880s he decided to travel around the American South as …

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