▶ Song: “One — Finale” (Orig. Cast Recording) — Musical A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

SONG: “One — Finale”  MUSICAL: A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. (1975, Broadway, Original Cast Recording)  Song: One — Finale. Musical: A CHORUS LINE. (Original Cast Recording) — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch The human struggle behind the songs: Every kid who ever came to New York to work in and around the theater, or anybody who dances …

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▶ Song: “What I Did For Love” (Orig. Cast Recording) — Musical A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

SONG: “What I Did For Love.”  MUSICAL: A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. (1975, Broadway, Original Cast Recording)  Song: What I Did For Love. Musical: A CHORUS LINE. (Original Cast Recording) — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch The human struggle behind the songs: Every kid who ever came to New York to work in and around the theater, …

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▶ Song: The Music and The Mirror (W/Lyrics) — Musical A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

SONG: The Music and The Mirror. MUSICAL: A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. (Watch at the end of this post: Video: Donna McKechnie (Original Cassie) Performance of “The Music and The Mirror”) Song: “The Music and The Mirror” From the Broadway Musical “A Chorus Line” — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch The human struggle behind the songs: Every …

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▶ Song: Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love! (W/Lyrics) — Musical A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

SONG: Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love. MUSICAL: A Chorus Line. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. (Watch at the end of this post: Hollywood Bowl’s Ross Lynch and A Chorus Line Hollywood Bowl’s cast rendition of: “Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love” — Hollywood Bowl, 2012)  The human struggle behind the songs: Every kid who ever came to New York to work …

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Jule Styne — Tribute to American Composers

Jule Styne (Julius Kerwin Stein. 12/31/1905 — 9/20/1994) With the scores of such Broadway classics as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Peter Pan, Bells Are Ringing, Gypsy and Funny Girl to his credit, composer Jule Styne ranks as one of the undisputed architects of the American musical theater. He was born in London’s East End. Styne’s family moved to Chicago in  1912. …

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

For the record: 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 …

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VIDEO: Happy Birthday Maestro Marvin Hamlisch!

On Aug 6, 2012 Louise Blandon wrote: (Thank you Louise! — Team Marvin Hamlisch) Louise wrote:“Sixty‐eight years ago at birth, presaging their genius son’s enormous talent and success, Marv Hamlisch’s parents got his name right: Understatedly elegant and refined, soft‐spoken and brilliant, Marvin Hamlisch, much like the equally‐beloved Leonard Bernstein, earns the revered accolade and rich tapestry underlying the Yiddish …

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