The photographic exhibit “REMEMBERING MARVIN HAMLISCH –THE PEOPLE’S COMPOSER” by Len Prince opens April 9, 2015 at The Columbus Museum of Art.

New York, NY and Columbus, OH –The photographic exhibit “REMEMBERING MARVIN HAMLISCH, THE PEOPLE’S COMPOSER” will open April 9, 2015 at The Columbus Museum of Art. The photographic exhibit “REMEMBERING MARVIN HAMLISCH,THE PEOPLE’S COMPOSER” by Photographer Len Prince   OPENS APRIL 9th. 2015 at The Columbus Museum Of Art   The photographic exhibit will include original photographs by Len Prince along with a …

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VIDEOS: The music of Marvin Hamlisch for symphonies is now available! LISTEN! GET MUSIC

LISTEN! Just Added to Marvin Hamlisch’s Music Library : Overture to the Musical “The Goodbye Girl” (1993) — LISTEN:  Get The Music of Marvin Hamlisch for your next season!   Featured titles include: A Chorus Line, The Swimmer, The Way We Were, The Sting, Ice Castles, Sweet Smell of Success and more… The musical compositions and arrangements are available as follows: …

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Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — Recent Tributes & Production of his Musicals. THANKS!

Friends, thank you for remembering and celebrating the award-winning artist Marvin Hamlisch. Santa Rosa Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, Adrian Symphony, St. James Theater London, Joe’s Pub, Pittsburgh Symphony, New York Public theater, Naples Philharmonic, Atlanta Symphony, Philadelphia Pops, Phoenix Symphony, Cleveland Pops, Baltimore Symphony, The Paley Center, Buffalo Philharmonic, NYU Steinhardt, Boston Pops…THANK YOU! Related content: Celebrating Marvin …

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A Musical Salute to The Gershwin Brothers

A Salute to George and Ira Gershwin. MARVIN HAMLISCH MUSICAL SALUTE TO THE GERSHWIN BROTHERS: Sample: The Music of The Gershwin Brothers, Ira & George: Includes: Un Americain a Paris. Version: Werner Haas & L’Orchestre National de L’Opera de Monte Carlo A Salute to George Gershwin Sept 26, 1898 — July 11, 1937 A Salute to Ira Gershwin Dec 6, 1896 …

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A Look Back: Marvin Hamlisch’s Musicals — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — Get License for your next productions

MUSICALS: A Chorus Line — They’re Playing Our Song — Jean Seberg — Smile — The Goodbye Girl — Sweet Smell of Success — Imaginary Friends (play) — Nutty Professor, Musical “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 …

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WATCH CONCERT! — One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch

One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch Thanks to: The New York Philharmonic, LFLC, PBS, Producers, Performers! WATCH — Song: Disneyland from musical Smile — Rendition by Lilla Crawford (from the musical Annie & the 2014 Disney film “Into The Woods” )   WATCH CONCERT: Live From Lincoln Center — One Singular Sensation! Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — New York Philharmonic and stars …

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CINE Renames Film Scoring Contest for Emerging Composers After Legendary Composer Marvin Hamlisch — Now Open! Registration closes Jan 17, 2015 — REGISTER!

Marvin Hamlisch Film Scoring Contest Opens December 2, 2014 — REGISTRATION CLOSES JAN 17, 2015. REGISTER! Washington, DC — For over 60 years, CINE has honored student and emerging talent in film and video. But the use of music in media is more important than ever — so in 2012, CINE created a unique, innovative contest to identify and honor …

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The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — Musical: Sweet Smell of Success (2002) — Get License for This Musical!

On March 14, 2002 “Sweet Smell of Success” opened at the Martin Beck Theatre (now the Al Hirschfeld Theatre), where it ran for 109 performances. Get LICENSING for this musical Get LICENSING for this musical Sweet Smell of Success is a musical created by Marvin Hamlisch (music), Craig Carnelia (lyrics), and John Guare (book). The show is based on the …

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The Songs: Fifty Years of James Bond

James Bond, code name 007, is a fictional character created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming. The fictional British Secret Service agent has been adapted for television, radio, comic strip, and video game formats in addition to having been used in the longest continually running and the second-highest grossing film franchise to date, which started in 1962 with Dr. No, …

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