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Synonyms for Hammerstein

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

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The girls have given the Gerry and the Pacemakers ballad, penned by Rodgers and Hammerstein, a major makeover with an up-tempo dance beat featuring both pop and soprano vocals.
It is never clear what Hammerstein has done to deserve these epithets.
Stretching away well in the final furlong, Hammerstein, who won the ladies' Diamond race at Ascot the previous Saturday, beat Russian Music by one and a half lengths.
But after passing Sally Eddery inside the final furlong, Green Green Desert's head went up and Hammerstein fought back to land his rider's first success in England by a head.
James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and DJ and Radio Personality Pete Tong to Perform at the "Endgame" Launch Party at Hammerstein Ballroom During ReedPop's New York Super Week
The program kicks off with a weekend festival honoring one of the greatest writers in American musicals -- Oscar Hammerstein II.
Rodgers And Hammerstein at the Movies The John Wilson Orchestra Unlike on some CDs, these 76 minutes fly by, and we are left wanting more of these wonderful excerpts from the Rodgers and Hammerstein film musicals as recreated by John Wilson.
Abstract: This paper deals nonlinear plant identification using Hammerstein model.
The sale of rights to Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals including The Sound Of Music, South Pacific and Oklahoma, made pounds 143million.
Now he is back centre stage, this time at Moldgreen playing cowboy Curly in the much-loved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma.
In 1967 I joined Coventry Amateur Operatic Society as it was then and took part in several musicals written by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Leowe and other composers and loved every minute.
BIRMINGHAM-BORN actor Dave Willetts leads the cast for the touring production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic South Pacific at Wolverhampton next week.
CAROUSEL by Rodgers and Hammerstein, which was adapted from Ferenc Molnar's 1909 play Liliom, tells the dark and tragic story of the troubled, tumultuous relationship between Billy Bigelow, a young swaggering carousel barker, and the devoted and naive Julie Jordan.
But mostly I like how its musical-within-a-musical form winkingly mimics the way Rodgers and Hammerstein saw The King and I, and many of their other shows: as sneaky, easy-to-digest lessons about tolerance.