People Will Say Were In Love - New York Revue Orchestra, Rodgers & Hammerstein - Oklahoma (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Oklahoma! was the first musical written by the famous show songwriting partnership of Richard Rodgers (music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (words). The basis for the musical is the play Green Grow the Lilacs [] by Lynn Riggs. The musical tells the story of a rural farm girl's simultaneous wooing by a cowboy and a menacing, obesessive farm worker.
  2. These tracks were originally released in on Richard Rodgers And Oscar Hammerstein II / "Oklahoma" Orchestra And Chorus* Directed By Jay Blackton - Oklahoma! and reissued as Decca's first 12" LP in as Various - Oklahoma! Featuring Members Of The Original New York Production. Other Versions (5 of 51) View All3/5(2).
  3. Composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist/librettist Oscar Hammerstein II, who controlled the rights to their record-breaking landmark musical Oklahoma!, took their time putting together a film version, with the movie not arriving until 12 and a half years after the show's Broadway oransilkasurcoahiplicawafalnews.coinfo songwriters' unusual power over the production assured that it would be more faithful than most Hollywood Price: $
  4. —John Steele Gordon, The New York Times “If a faulty memory trips up your shower-stall crooning, you need a copy of The Complete Lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II Amy Asch spent seven years tracking down every song written by Hammerstein () and determining the definitive lyric.
  5. Rodgers & Hammerstein worked regularly through the rest of the s, generally without matching the success of their previous shows on-stage, although films of those shows were massively popular. Their next musical, Me and Juliet (May 28, ) had a disappointing performance run, but the cast album reached number two and "No Other Love" became a number one hit for Perry Como.
  6. Richard Rodgers was the most successful composer of popular music for the theater in the 20th century. Over the course of a year career, he wrote the song scores for 42 musicals staged on Broadway or in the West End, as well as 11 movie musicals and two television musicals (not counting numerous film and TV adaptations of his stage productions), along with a few instrumental works.
  7. (The latter died in ) But Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, and Guy Bolton were still working, and Richard Rodgers, now partnering Oscar Hammerstein II, had given continuity to the age by reinvigorating the form with their highly influential "musical play" in the s--Oklahoma!, Carousel, Allegro, and South Pacific. Then, too, the s and.
  8. Written by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Oklahoma, was a musical play written in The show ran for over 5 years (2, performances). The success of Oklahoma, marked the beginning of the Golden Age of Musical Theatre.
  9. Vinyl / LP's/ 12" £ + £ each additional 7" singles/CD's £ up to 3 + £ each additional UK Shipping Recorded, for orders over £50 (Royal mail First class).

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