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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Song: “What I Did For Love” — Rendition by The New York Philharmonic

Song: “What I Did For Love” Rendition by The New York Philharmonic with NYE2012 Cast for PBS / Live From Lincoln Center (from Musical: A Chorus Line) Rendition by: Audra McDonald, Megan Hilty, Kelli O’Hara, Raul Esparza, Brian D’Arcy James, Maria Friedman, Beth Behrs, Josh Groban and The New York Philharmonic conducted by Maestro Paul Gemingnani. New York Philharmonic — …

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Get the music! Song: “The Music in My Mind.” Just Published by Hal Leonard Corp

Announcing the publication of the song: THE MUSIC IN MY MIND. (The music for the Children’s Book “Marvin Makes Music“ BUY “THE MUSIC IN MY MIND” LISTEN TO MUSIC SAMPLE BUY THE CHILDREN’S BOOK “MARVIN MAKES MUSIC” Music by Marvin Hamlisch & Lyrics by Rupert Holmes Vocals arranged by Judith Clurman;Piano arranged by Larry Hochman) From the children’s book Marvin Makes Music …

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ICYMI: Idina Menzel sings “At The Ballet” at BBC Radio 2, remembers Marvin Hamlisch at the 2013 Olivier Awards

London, UK — “It is another thing for an incredible musician to welcome you into his sacred piano space.” — Idina Menzel remembering Marvin Hamlisch   2013 OLIVIER AWARDS — 28 April Royal Opera House, London, UK — Idina Menzel Celebrated Marvin Hamlisch at the 2013 Olivier Awards.  Read more: Marvin Hamlisch remembered at The 2013 Olivier Awards IDINA MENZEL …

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Musical: A Chorus Line

A CHORUS LINE — Productions since 1975: Most Recent: Oslo / West End / Glasgow / Singapore / Sidney / Melbourne / Adelaide / Mexico / Every Little Step / U.S. Tour / Belgrade / San Juan /  Broadway Revival / San Francisco / Film: A Chorus Line / Sao Paulo / Buenos Aires / Stockholm / Mexico / Toronto …

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BUY MUSIC: A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch for Young Concert Band — Published by Hal Leonard

Hal Leonard Corp — The musical world celebrates the multi-faceted life achievements of Marvin Hamlisch as composer for stage and film, conductor, arranger, and entertainer. This well-paced tribute features some of his best-known works. Includes: They’re Playing My Song, What I Did For Love, The Entertainer, The Way We Were, and One BUY MUSIC: A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch  Series: Young …

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Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — Recent Tributes

Friends, thank you for remembering and celebrating the award-winning artist Marvin Hamlisch. Pittsburgh Symphony, New York Public theater, Naples Philharmonic, 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 …

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VIDEO. Song: “God Bless America” — Composer: Irving Berlin. Rendition by Kate Smith. Happy 4th!

God Bless America” is an American patriotic song written by Irving Berlin in 1918 and revised by him in 1938. The later version has notably been recorded by Kate Smith, becoming her signature song. “God Bless America” takes the form of a prayer (intro lyrics “as we raise our voices, in a solemn prayer”) for God’s blessing and peace for …

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Video (2min) — Marvin Hamlisch and The Yankees

I used to say: These are the priorities of Marvin Hamlisch: 1-Music 2-New York Yankees 3-Me   He Loved his Yankees!”  Terre Blair Hamlisch. When Marvin was performing, in the old days before Smartphones, during the play-off season, messages were being relayed from the side door of the stage onto the stage. There would be somebody pointing with their hands: …

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