The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — Film: The Swimmer (1968)

The film represents the first movie work of 22-year-old composer Marvin Hamlisch.(1944–2012) The musical score for the film The Swimmer composed by Marvin Hamlisch has dramatic passages along with a mid-1960s pop sound: “The musical theme of “The Swimmer” was dramatic and despondent, but it was a theme that stayed with you. It was haunting.” — Marvin Hamlisch from the book …

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The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — “Ample Make This Bed” from Sophie’s Choice (Film, 1982)

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 great scene, but the entire film is poetry.” — Vena B. Original Soundtrack Recording of “Sophie’s Choice” produced by John Steven Lasher for Southern Cross Records in 1982. Marvin Hamlisch received an Oscar nomination for …

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VIDEOS — Barbra Streisand’s Album ‘Partners’ — Songs: ‘Way We Were’ & ‘New York State of Mind’ part of the duets — BUY ALBUM!

Way We Were’, ‘Love Me Tender’ & More Set for Barbra Streisand’s ‘Partners’ Album; Full Duets Track List Revealed! Columbia Records has announces the release of Barbra Streisand’s “Partners” album, featuring inimitable new Streisand duets with the world’s greatest male vocalists. ORDER NOW:   Amazon      ITunes      Streisand Store Fans can order “Partners” now. The album includes three unforgettable songs: “New York …

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Samford University: Wright Center series opened Season with Marvin Hamlisch tribute

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — On Sept 19th, four Broadway veterans paid homage to the late Marvin Hamlisch during the Samford University Signature Series 2014–15 season opener. “‘One Singular Sensation’ is a celebration of the life and work of one of America’s most beloved composers and performers” — Sean Wright Terre Blair Hamlisch wrote: To Samford University and The Wright Center Series: …

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