▶ Song: Ordinary Miracles – Barbra Streisand – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Song: Ordinary Miracles. Rendition by Barbra Streisand. Written by Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman and Marvin Hamlisch During her 1994 concert tour, Barbra introduced this song with the following statement: “I believe that the most powerful source of energy is the human heart. It’s capable of deep compassion and caring. And when someone acts out of that – compassion and caring …

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▶ Song: Rite On The Brooklyn Bridge – from “Sophie’s Choice” (Film, 1982) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Song: Rite On The Brooklyn Bridge – from “Sophie’s Choice” (Film, 1982) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch FILM: SOPHIE’S CHOICE (1982) – Musical Score by Marvin Hamlisch. Song: “Ride On The Brooklyn Bridge” “Alan J. Pakula made a powerful, tender, exquisitely crafted film, with excellent performances by Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Peter McNichol, and emotional score. This is a …

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Thank you Chicago! Musical: They’re Playing Our Song. A Brown Paper Box Co. Production. (Played Jul & Aug, 2017)

BROWN PAPER BOX CO. PRESENTED: MUSICAL: THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG. “Complemented by Neil Simon’s comedic writing this is a story about the joy of falling in love and making art.” For The Record: The Musical was performed from July 21 to  Aug 20, 2017 at The Rivendell Theatre in Chicago, Il. Musical: They’re Playing Our Song. A Brown Paper Box …

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▶ Song: “If He Really Knew Me” (From The Broadway Musical “They’re Playing Our Song”) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Song If He Really Knew Me’ (3:34) from the 1978 Broadway Musical ” They’re Playing Our Song” – Original Broadway Cast Recording.   “They’re Playing Our Song” (1978) is a musical with a book by Neil Simon, lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, and music by Marvin Hamlisch. The original Broadway cast includes Lucie Arnaz and Robert Klein. “In a story based on …

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▶ Song: “Fielding and Nancy” – Music from BANANAS (Film, 1971) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Song: “Fielding and Nancy” – Music from BANANAS (Film, 1971) – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch: (A Beautiful Piano Composition by Maestro Hamlisch) Bananas is a 1971 American comedy film directed by Woody Allen and starring Allen, Louise Lasser, and Carlos Montalbán, Sylvester Stallone. Allen’s second film as director (after Take the Money and Run (1969), and not counting What’s Up, …

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▶ Preview: A Marvin Hamlisch Songbook – Get Music for your next production!!

Song Sample: The Music of Marvin Hamlisch: A Marvin Hamlisch Songbook:     GET THE MUSIC OF MARVIN HAMLISCH VIDEO: SUNSHINE, LOLLIPOPS & RAINBOWS – This rendition BY Theo Ubique’s “A Marvin Hamlisch Songbook” cast: – Thanks Chicago! – The Music of Marvin Hamlisch: VIDEO: I CANNOT HEAR THE CITY – This rendition BY Theo Ubique’s “A Marvin Hamlisch Songbook” …

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PHOTOS. Aug 6, 2017: Visit to Marvin Hamlisch on 5th Anniversay by Terre Blair Hamlisch, Family and Friends.

Aug 6, 2017: Visit to Marvin Hamlisch on 5th Anniversay Tenor J. Mark McVey was present and sang several of Marvin’s compositions; His wife Christy Tarr McVey sang a duo with Mark. Songs included “Bring Him Home” from Les Miss, “If You Remember Me” (One of Marvin’s from the film “The Champ”) and “One Song” Listen to “One Song” – …

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Gravesite and tombstone – Composer Marvin Hamlisch (1944-2012) – Come Visit!

8/6/2017: Visit to Marvin Hamlisch at the cemetery on the 5th anniversary of his passing. “Forever and after that…” See photos: 8/6/2017 visit to cemetery 6/2/2017: “At The Cemetery on Marvin Hamlisch Birthday! Terre Blair Hamlisch, Family and friends 6/2/2016: Gravesite and tombstone – Composer Marvin Hamlisch (1944-2012) Terre Blair Hamlisch wrote: “Yesterday during our visit  it started to rain.. …

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We Remember Marvin Hamlisch: August 2012: Funeral Services for Maestro Marvin Hamlisch

“Genius is rare enough, but a good-hearted genius is rarer still” “A good-hearted, humble and hilarious genius? Almost unheard-of.” “We are Marvin’s concerto”  – former President Bill Clinton It was an especially apt observation coming, as it did, in eulogy remarks Mr. Clinton delivered at the funeral of Marvin Hamlisch, the prolific composer of songs like “The Way We Were” …

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