Marvin’s Broadway

I also had to put to rest the child in me that still saw things in black and white, success or failure. I struggled to understand that there are a lot of shades in between, that success or failure is only one of life’s several yardsticks: It’s only fame. It’s just a paint job. It doesn’t have anything to do with …

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Video: The Inspiring Music of Marvin Hamlisch

This video contains many cherished musical compositions by the late composer Marvin Hamlisch (1944–2012). It includes short segments of his musical scores for The Way We Were, Sophie’s Choice, Woody Allen’s Take The Money and Run, The Swimmer, The Sting and from his groundbreaking broadway musical A Chorus Line. (Duration 7 min) Video: The Inspiring Music of Marvin Hamlisch:  Related content: …

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Glasgow, Scotland — A Charming review. Film: Marvin Hamlisch, What He Did For Love

Glasgow, Scotland — REVIEW: Film Documentary about the enchanting Marvin Hamlisch and What He Did For Love. “I have to confess that beyond the musical ‘A Chorus Line’, I did not know much about the composer/conductor /songwriter/all-round musical genius upon entering the cinema. Upon my exit, Hamlisch gained a new fan.” — Gillian Furmage. Hamlisch’s talent was abundantly clear at a …

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A fresh look at Marvin Hamlisch’s Musical compositions!

Thanks to Maestro Jack Everly for the program tribute to Marvin Hamlisch (1944–2012) Thanks for celebrating Maestro Marvin Hamlisch and including his seldom heard beautiful compositions during his performances with the symphonies for the 2014–2015 & 2015–2016 seasons! The following is a comprehensive detail of the program selections included in these performances (Last performed with The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Upcoming …

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VIDEO: Marvin Hamlisch and Jessey, the dog that rescued a family.

Remembering Marvin Hamlisch and Jessey with love… This video won ” Best Dogumentary ” a few years ago. We thank North Shore Animal League and Marvin for rescuing Jessey Hamlisch. VIDEO: Remembering Marvin Hamlisch and Jessey with love… …And for the wonderful 18 years with her. Terre Blair Hamlisch, The family of Marvin Hamlisch (And Jessey’s!)

Film: What He Did For Love showed at Westchester Jewish Film Festival

New York — On April 7th, 2014, Terre Blair Hamlisch joined film director Dori Berinstein, and actors Brian D’Arcy James and Matthew Sklar at the Jacob Burns Film Center during their series Westchester Jewish Film Festival for a Q&A after the film: “Marvin Hamlisch — What he did for Love” was presented. Thanks to Moderator Brian Ackerman (Jacob Burns Programming Director) …

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Thanks to The New York Pops and to Essential Voices U.S.A. for the salute to Marvin Hamlisch!

New York, NY — On April 4th, 2014 The New York Pops performed a great program under the title: “Lights, Camera, Action: A Night in Hollywood”. The concert venue: Stern Auditorium, Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall. The Program included memorable musical moments from The Wizard of Oz, celebrating the beloved classic’s 75th anniversary, Marvin at The Movies,  the music from …

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Marvin Hamlisch’s Musical Score — Film: The Swimmer (1968)

Film: The Swimmer (1968) Marvin Hamlisch’s musical score from Frank Perry’s “THE SWIMMER” (1968)   Thanks to Rafael Martinez for this upload! Related content: The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — Part 3 — Film: The Swimmer (1968) “There I was, watching “The Swimmer” again and again, watching Burt Lancaster splashing, playing the piano against each scene until I found something …

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Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — Recent Tributes

Friends, thank you for remembering and celebrating the award-winning artist Marvin Hamlisch. Atlanta Symphony, Philadelphia Pops, Phoenix Symphony, Cleveland Pops, Baltimore Symphony, Golf Coast Symphony, The Paley Center, Buffalo Philharmonic, NYU Steinhardt, Live Arts Maryland, Boston Pops…THANK YOU! Related content: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — Upcoming Tributes Marvin Hamlisch is one of only 11 artists to win every major creative award: …

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