Hammerstein


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United States lyricist who collaborated on many musical comedies (most successfully with Richard Rodgers) (1895-1960)

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Kern also had the benefit of superb lyricists: Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein, Leo Robin, Dorothy Fields, Ira Gershwin, and Johnny Mercer, who knew how to wed the words to his music.
In the real world, the identification of static nonlinearity subsystem remains the major problem in the Hammerstein model.
The casting director brought Richard Rodgers in to hear me personally, who in turned called Oscar Hammerstein to come in from home.
Now, Will Hammerstein wants to transform the property into the Oscar Hammerstein II Music & Theatre Education Center.
In this case Blake Fischer's Gaylord Ravenal and Magdalene Minnaar's Julie took us where Kern and Hammerstein wanted us to be, Mr Fischer in particular finding all the sweetness in Only Make Believe where the initial joy he felt in Magnolia's company had a warm, believable intensity, which would lead on to chaos and abandonment (and finally a reunion - this is a musical after all, not a play about Freudian despair).
Rodgers and Hammerstein followed it with South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound of Music.
Dubai has always sought the best of everything, whether is the biggest fish tank or tallest building so now we feel it is about time to start building the culture and lifestyle, starting with the highest theatre in the world," said Hammerstein.
At Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on Thursday, The xx defined maturity and the fragility of love and relationships.
Who can forget Shirley in her first film, the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma (1955), also starring Gordon Macrae?
First, he looks at the manner in which Rodgers and Hammerstein fine-honed the show "until its confrontational thematic content was thought acceptable for mainstream Broadway audiences" (p.
The rare unsatisfied award recipient was lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II.
In this book, a member of the family's current generation looks at the lives of his famous forebears: Oscar Hammerstein I, a theater impresario, and patron of the opera and operetta; and Oscar II, the lyricist of Broadway shows such as Oklahoma
Hammerstein Group, or CRH, a German metal seat structures and mechanisms producer, for an undisclosed sum.
Abstract: The application of Hammerstein and Wiener models in simulation of real nonlinear systems is described in this paper.
Yes, 'The Proms' giving us the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, from the Royal Albert Hall, including Oklahoma, Carousel, South Pacific and many more - I loved them all.