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The old and new love songs in alphabetical order.

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    Wicked The Musical
    Wicked overview from the composer / lyricist, Stephen Schwartz.

  • (original Elphaba) (director) | (songs) | (script) | (novel) | (original Glinda)| (first Fiyero)| WICKED REVIEWS and AWARDS: including reviews of Wicked the musical by critics and theatre goers.

  • includes a condensed version of the Wicked play libretto (script and lyrics), full-color photos, profiles, inside stories Hear clips or buy the Grammy wiinning WICKED CD! Index to articles WICKED STORY SYNOPSIS: Love the CD but haven't seen the show? Learn about the (fast loading version) OR (slow loading version) LYRICS FOR WICKED SONGS and stories behind the songs.

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  • What else have Winnie Holzman and Stephen Schwartz written? Stephen Schwartz is an award-winning songwriter best known for his songs for Godspell, Pippin, and Wicked for stage; his film work includes lyrics for Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame and songs for The Prince of Egypt.

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  • Frank Loesser Photo Credit: © Paul Seligman One of America's great composer/lyricists, Frank Loesser began his songwriting career during the Depression as a lyricist, contributing songs to Broadway revues and nightclub acts.

  • His work with composer Irving Actman in the 1936 revue The Illustrator's Show led to a songwriting contract in Hollywood, where he spent the next eleven years working with such composers as Burton Lane, Jule Styne, Arthur Schwartz and Hoagy Carmichael.

  • Some of his film songs from that period include Two Sleepy People, " "Jingle Jangle Jingle" and "I Don't Want To Walk Without You." The first song for which Loesser wrote both words and music was "Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition, " written during his World War II service.

  • His Hollywood work after the war included the hit songs "Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year, " "A Slow Boat To China, " and the 1949 Oscar-winning song "Baby, It's Cold Outside." In 1948 Loesser was approached by fledgling Broadway producers Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin to write music and lyrics to George Abbott's libretto for an adaptation of the classic Brandon Thomas play Charley's Aunt.


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    American Cultural History - The Twentieth Century
    Examines the decade which was dominated by World War II (1940-1949). Includes
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    Daily digest and commentary about what is going on in the world of theatre.

  • [ ] POP!: Interview with Adrienne Barbeau Reviews: [ ] 'Frankenstein' Tells a Familiar Horror Story With Lots of Songs By ANDREA STEVENS In Robert Mitchell's musical, there is sympathy for the lab mistake disowned by his scientist maker.

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    Calendar of western US concerts and events, directory of groups, and links to
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    Kingdom Hearts / KH - Music, Cheats, Walkthrough, Movies, Wallpapers
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    Billy Joel
    Wikipedia article outlining his life and career with influences, personal details,
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  • The note he left eventually became the lyrics to his song "Tomorrow Is Today." [] Early albums 1970–1976 [] Cold Spring Harbor (1971) Joel signed his first solo record contract with Artie Ripp of Family Productions and subsequently recorded his first solo album.

  • Also at this time, a radio station, -FM, started playing a tape of a new song, Captain Jack, which was taken from a live concert broadcast which became an underground hit on the East Coast.

  • His brief tenure in Los Angeles also inspired his signature song "Piano Man." The album was released in late 1973 and was .

  • Joel was upset that "Piano Man" had been significantly edited down in order to make it more radio-friendly, and in "The Entertainer, " he refers to the edit with sarcastic lines such as, "If you're gonna have a hit, you gotta make it fit, so they cut it down to 3:05." This refers to the album version of this song which is 5:37 and the edited single which is 3:05.

  • Songs were initially recorded and produced by famed producer, who subsequently was hired.

  • The songs were re-recorded and Joel took over, producing the album himself.

  • Songs such as "Angry Young Man" would become a mainstay of his concerts for years.

  • The Stranger netted Joel Grammy nominations, for Album of the Year and Song of the Year, for ", " which was written as a gift to his wife Elizabeth and became his highest charting song to date in the United States.

    Wikipedia - Finding Nemo
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    Evita: From Stage to Screen
    A Look at the musical on its journey from stage to screen.


    Godspell - From Stage to Screen
    Study of the musical's transfer from stage to screen, including cast and crew
    breakdown and commentary.

    SoYouWanna Learn About Classical Music?
    Light-spirited history of the different styles, composers, and famous pieces from
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  • In fact, without realizing it, you're probably already familiar with many classical songs because they're everywhere - at the dentist office, in car commercials on TV, accompanying your favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon.

  • Soon, monks started writing and singing songs using Gregory's rules.

  • Composers like Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and others made up songs that had a bit of hometown flavor, and this style of incorporating your country's folk music into classical music was a hit, lasting until the beginning of the 20th century.

    Glorious Nonsense: Jabberwocky
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  • ", Peter Yarrow (more commonly seen along with Paul and Mary ) wrote and performed a song called "The Wabe".

  • They write, perform, record, and even brew their own beer! The band have an unreleased song which is Jabberwocky set to music.

  • Scott Nichols wrote in to tell me that "....this is a song that Blues Traveler only plays live.

  • (For the curious, I think the song was "But Anyway").

  • They have a CD out there entitled "A Young Man's Song ".

    Peter Schickele
    Detailed biography from the Kennedy Center examines his background and education
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    Brazil: Musical Cauldron
    An article on how different cultures have influenced Brazilian music.

  • You can find it in a complex rhythmic pattern beaten out by an old man with his fingers on a cafe table; in the thundering samba that echoes down from the hills around Rio in the months prior to Carnaval; and in the bars where a guitar passes from hand to hand and everyone knows all the lyrics to all the classic Brazilian songs played late into the night.

  • And last, vibrant Afro-Brazilian rhythms energize most Brazilian songs, from samba to baião .

  • The public was captivated by this vivacious and provocative song and dance, much as Europeans were taken with lambada in the summer of 1989.

  • The 1940s saw the first exportation of samba, as songs like Ary Barroso's marvelous "Aquarela do Brasil" (known to most of the world as simply "Brazil") reached North America.

  • Bossa 's leading figure, Antonio Carlos Jobim, is one of the most popular songwriters of the century, and his stature rivals that of George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and other great composers of Western popular music.

  • Airto Moreira and Flora Purim were two of these artists, and they performed on groundbreaking albums that helped establish the new subgenre called "jazz fusion." At the same time that Brazilian music was influencing jazz in the Northern Hemisphere, a remarkable new generation of singers and songwriters was coming to the forefront in Brazil in the late 1960s and 1970s.

  • At the end of the 1980s yet another Brazilian song and dance—the sensual lambada —gained international currency.

    Kathryn Beaumont
    Tribute page by Don Brockway. Offers a complete biography and photographs.
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  • 25, 1950, which features Kathryn as "hostess;" a 1951 promotional film, "Operation Wonderland, " presented as originally broadcast on "Ford Star Review" on June 14th, 1951; a lengthy excerpt from "The Fred Waring Show" of March 18, 1951, which is both a charming example of early live television and a chance to see Kathryn perform the "Alice" songs live.

  • There's also a one-hour BBC radio dramatization based on the film; snippets from the animators' live-action reference film; and an audio recor ding of "Brahms' Lullaby" from August 26, 1947 which is labeled "Kathryn Beaumont Test." Also included are song demos, among them "Beyond The Laughing Sky, " which was written for Alice but which appeared - with new lyrics - as "The Second Star To The Right" in "Peter Pan." Disney's Masterpiece Edition DVD (Released Jan.

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    UltimateDisney.com: Sweet Valley High
    Season One DVD review with pictures.

  • This always takes the form of pop-sounding songs (usually featuring the kind of droning females who sing the haunting theme tune) with lyrics to match the theme of the scene.

  • These songs were clearly written for the show, and some were eventually released as part of a soundtrack CD after the series ended.

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