▶ VIDEO – Scene from the film “Ice Castles” – Figure Skating with The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Film: Ice Castles (1978). This 10 Minutes Video includes the magnificent scene that shows Lynn-Holly Johnson Ice Skating with the beautiful music that Marvin Hamlisch composed for this film. It includes the song “Through The Eyes Of Love” performed by Melissa Manchester. (Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager) Ice Castles is a 1978 American romantic drama film directed by Donald Wrye …

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Video Flashback: Val in a Chorus Line (Kristin Chenoweth at The Hollywood Bowl, 2013)

Jul 29-31, 2016: A Chorus Line at The Hollywood Bowl! Tickets Jul 29-31, 2016 A Stellar cast will be performing this great musical at The Hollywood Bowl. Not to be missed! With Mario Lopez, (Broadway’s A Chorus Line Revival 2006,) Sarah Bowden, (A Chorus Line Austria,) Leigh Zimmerman, (A Chours Line London) and other great stars from Broadway. Read More, …

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When A CHORUS LINE was starting out – Broadway Masterworks

Broadway Masterworks by Peter Filichia -“Remember the first time you saw A Chorus Line?” So went a television commercial that aired around 1983, a little more than halfway through the show’s then-record 6,137-performance Broadway run. Now I’ll ask you “Remember the first time you heard A Chorus Line?” For some of us, it came summer 1975, courtesy of a long-playing record. …

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LONDON 9 Feb – 31 Aug 2016 “Curtain Up: Celebrating 40 Years of Theatre in London and New York” (Includes musical “A Chorus Line” ) – The Victoria and Albert Museum

LONDON: Exhibit: 9 Feb – 31 Aug 2016: The Victoria and Albert Museum Curtain Up – About the display Curtain Up: Celebrating 40 Years of Theatre in London and New York 9 February – 31 August 2016 Theatre & Performance, Room 104 ADMISSION FREE UPCOMING: NEW YORK: Exhibit: 19 Oct 2016 – June 2017: The New York Public Library for …

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▶ Song: Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows (1963, Lesley Gore)- The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows! By Lesley Gore. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows” is a popular song sung by Lesley Gore. It was originally released on Gore’s 1963 album Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-Up Hearts. The song, composed by Marvin Hamlisch, was released as a single in conjunction with being sung by Lesley Gore in the 1965 …

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▶ Song: The Informant! “Intro” (5:05) (From film The Informant! 2009) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

TRACK #1 THE INFORMANT! INTRO (5:05) Track #1 “The Informant! – Intro” – The Informant! (Film, 2009) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. “Fifteen minutes into watching The Informant!, I was unexpectedly hooked on Marvin Hamlisch‘s sound – a fabulous, balanced mix of unabashedly ’70s instruments, melodies, beats and flourishes, with a touch of irony and modern grace for present-day …

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▶ Song: Ride to Atlantis (Instrumental) – From THE SPY WHO LOVED ME. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Listen to the Instrumental Composition “Ride to Atlantis” by Marvin Hamlisch for the James Bond Film “The Spy Who Loved Me“ (1977)   About the movie: Role of James Bond: Actor Roger Moore Musical Score: Marvin Hamlisch Theme Song by Marvin Hamlisch & Carole Bayer Sager. Vocals: Carly Simon Marvin Hamlisch was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original …

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▶ Symphonic Suite: “Anatomy of Peace” – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Washington, DC – “Anatomy of Peace” was a book by Emery Reves. The book expressed the world’s federalist sentiments of the late 1940s (The period immediately following World War II) This symphonic piece was performed in Paris on June 6, 1994 to commemorate D-Day. (The musical composition was commissioned by Dallas Symphony in 1991)   Composer Marvin Hamlisch explains his …

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Cole Porter – Tribute to American Composers

“Unlike most successful Broadway composers, Porter wrote both the lyrics and the music for his songs. He also composed scores for films from the 1930s to the 1950s. He was noted for his sophisticated, suggestive lyrics, clever rhymes and complex forms. Cole Porter’s body of work is substantial. His compositions are well known. Many of the musicals and films that …

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