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Fri Mar 21 17:08:09 2014 UTClccn-n500200120.07American poetry : the twentieth century0.230.81Fact book concerning the plays of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein196386Oscar_Hammerstein_IIn 50020012554446117557Clendenning Hammerstein Oscar Greeley 1895-1960Gammerstejn, O. 1895-1960Greeley Clendenning Hammerstein Oscar 1895-1960Hammerstein, ..., 1895-1960Hammerstein II 1895-1960Hammerstein II, Oscar, 1895-1960Hammerstein, OscarHammerstein, Oscar, 1895-1960Hammerstein, Oscar 2 1895-1960Hammerstein, Oscar, 2nd, 1895-1960Hammerstein Oscar Greeley Clendenning 1895-1960Hammerstein, Oscar, ‚Ö°Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960Hammerstein, Oskar 1895-1960Hammerstein, Oskar II. 1895-1960lccn-n50048058Rodgers, Richard1902-1979ivecmmprfadplyritrproantcomcmplccn-n78089065Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporationprdprolccn-n80149466Kern, Jerome1885-1945prfcomlyrcmplccn-n81026232Jones, Shirley1934 March 31-prfvocactnp-logan, joshuaLogan, Joshuaivelbrlbtdrtlccn-n82099742Lindsay, 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RobertThe sound of musicHistoryFictionDramaMusical filmsBiographical filmsHistorical filmsFilm adaptationsAs Nazism takes over Austria, a governess and a widowed father fall in love and escape the country with his large family of musically-talented children428794ocn062233412visu19550.20Rodgers, RichardRodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!Juvenile worksFictionMusical settingsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsA cowboy wins his girl despite the intervention of a sinster hired hand+-+4575248425324354785ocn074336907visu19580.20Rodgers, RichardSouth PacificJuvenile worksFictionDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsLove storiesA young American nurse from Little Rock meets the handsome and mysterious French planter on a South Pacific island during World War II. Seeking respite from the battles around them, they find refuge in each other as their romance blooms in the lush tropical paradise+-+70952484253243415170ocn050772563rcrd19590.21Rodgers, RichardThe sound of music original Broadway cast recordingInterviewsMusicDramaMotion picture musicMusicalsFilm soundtracksProgram notes on container insert3164154ocn040430162rcrd19410.24Rodgers, RichardSouth Pacific original Broadway cast recordingDramaThe curtain came down on Rodgers & Hammerstein's 1954 play after five years of extraordinary acclaim and countless awards. The score's songs include such musical classics as Some Enchanted Evening and Younger Than Springtime2743160ocn026760186rcrd19490.24Rodgers, RichardThe King and IMusicDramaThis 12" LP stereo record of "The King and I," an American musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, is for junior and senior high grades. It is performed b the original cast of the Music Theatre of Lincoln Center with Rise Stevens and Darren McGavin. RCA/CSP, 3-76252415ocn074336890visu19850.20Zanuck, Darryl FrancisRodgers and Hammerstein's The King and IHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsAn English schoolteacher finds herself at odds with the King when she is the teacher at the royal court in the 1860s23841ocn042290811book20000.07The Library of AmericaAmerican poetry : the twentieth centuryContains over 1500 poems by more than 200 well-known American poets, including Langston Hughes, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, and Wallace Stevens+-+2326658336230896ocn022438723visu19560.10Rodgers & Hammerstein OrganizationThe King and IHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsMusical filmsFilm adaptationsMusical fictionAn English schoolteacher finds herself at odds with the King when she is the teacher at the royal court in the 1860s+-+6207925425324221734ocn045099276visu19510.22Sidney, GeorgeShow boatHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsMusical extravaganza which celebrates the loves and heartbreaks of a Mississippi riverboat troupe, starting with a young girl whose heart is stolen by a dashing gambler+-+21408374253242162173ocn000665129score19590.27Rodgers, RichardThe sound of musicDramaComposition de l'orchestre: 8.8.5.5.5./2*.2.3.2.4., 4.3.3.1., timbales, xylo., cloches, perc. (2), harpe+-+2505336335204737ocn044013379visu19880.19Rodgers, RichardRodgers and Hammerstein's the sound of musicHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaMusical filmsBiographical filmsHistorical filmsRomance filmsJulie Andrews lights up the screen as Maria, the spirited young woman who leaves the convent to become a governess to the seven young children of Captain von Trapp, an autocratic widower whose strict household rules leave no room for music or merriment+-+6842650106324200395ocn019229002rcrd19410.27Kern, JeromeShow boatShow Boat: Musical Comedy in Two Acts. Book: Oscar Hammerstein171149ocn074336871visu19560.19Rodgers, RichardCarouselFictionDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsBilly Bigelow , a smooth-talking carny man, falls in love with a millworker. Tragedy strikes these star-crossed lovers and their journey is not easy+-+18626484253241626111ocn000655816score19490.28Rodgers, RichardSouth Pacific : a musical playMusical settingsMusic"Sing 12 showtunes with a professional band"--Cover+-+0066336335152635ocn000411455book19590.21Rodgers, RichardThe sound of music; a new musical playJuvenile worksFictionDramaThe libretto of the musical entertainment about the Trapp Family Singers. Describes the family life of the Trapp children and the changes that occur when Maria becomes their governess and how being able to sing helps them to escape from the Nazi domination+-+1001841696139063ocn024990785score19270.29Kern, JeromeShow boatPortraits+-+6438336335134864ocn019974246rcrd19550.24Rodgers, RichardCarouselMotion picture musicAlfred Drake, Roberta Peters132454ocn051530779rcrd19570.28Rodgers, RichardFlower drum songCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaA revived musical hit of Rodgers and Hammerstein in 1958. Due to the depiction of Chinese-Americans in San Francisco having come under criticism, the playwright, David Henry Hwang rewrote the book, shuffling the order of the songs to fit his purpose and completely recontextualizing them in the process. This musical is centering the action on the Golden Pearl Theater13116ocn045410621visu20000.19Annie get your gunDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsFrank Butler, handsome star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, bags clay pigeons and ladies' hearts. He's the best marksman in the world--until a backwoods hoyden challenges him. Her name? Annie Oakley14904ocn025131306book19920.24Mordden, EthanRodgers & HammersteinCriticism, interpretation, etcLooks at each musical created by the famous team, and discusses cast, music, theme, and critical reception+-+766474563513633ocn191750074com20070.37Hischak, Thomas SThe Rodgers and Hammerstein encyclopediaEncyclopediasStill the most influential and popular songwriting team in the history of the American Musical Theatre, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein represent Broadway musicals at their finest. The team revolutionized the musical play with Oklahoma! in 1943 and then went on to explore territory never put on the musical stage before in such beloved shows as Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound of Music. The team also worked in film, as with State Fair, and in the new medium of television, with Cinderella. For the first time, the lives, careers, works, songs, and themes of Rodgers and+-+5596988685135410ocn003971578book19780.28Nolan, Frederick WThe sound of their music : the story of Rodgers and HammersteinCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Musical theater lovers will rejoice at the discovery of this completely rewritten, significantly expanded, illustrated edition of The Sound of Their Music, Frederick Nolan's authoritative biography of Broadway's "dynamic duo" - Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. Timed to coincide with the centennial year of Richard Rodgers, the book tells the intimate story of the creation of this spectacular pair's most beloved musicals, and the people who took part - including Lorenz Hart, Jerome Kern, Gene Kelly, Julie Andrews and Mary Martin, to name just a few."+-+882983200611721ocn000011606book19690.37French, Warren GThe Forties: fiction, poetry, dramaCriticism, interpretation, etc11237ocn003169325book19770.25Fordin, HughGetting to know him : a biography of Oscar Hammerstein IIBiographyOscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960) forged a remarkable, multifaceted career as a librettist, lyricist, playwright, director, and producer. He wrote Carmen Jones, Carousel, Show Boat, and, with longtime collaborator Richard Rodgers, Oklahoma!, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. Hugh Fordin enjoyed complete access to the Hammerstein archives and conducted numerous interviews with family and colleagues like Rodgers, Berlin, Robbins, and Sondheim. The result is the definitive biography of a creative giant, who changed forever the texture of American theater+-+631153158510038ocn000891422book19530.31Taylor, DeemsSome enchanted evenings; the story of Rodgers and HammersteinBiography7373ocn006634522book19800.33Green, StanleyRodgers and Hammerstein fact book : a record of their works together and with other collaboratorsBibliographyChronology7298ocn000469037book19630.24Green, StanleyThe Rodgers and Hammerstein storyDramaA dual biography of the men whose musical partnership gave America such productions as Oklahoma, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. Includes a list of all the songs they wrote6663ocn030475007book19950.31Citron, StephenThe wordsmiths : Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and Alan Jay LernerBiographyOffering a dual biography of two giants of the American musical theater, this comparison of the lives and works of Alan Jay Lerner and Oscar Hammerstein II is a reference on the lyricists filled with photographs, a bibliography, and chronologies+-+01383504653893ocn665064417book20100.21Hammerstein, Oscar AndrewThe Hammersteins : a musical theatre familyBiographyThe Hammersteins is the story of one family that changed Broadway forever. The story begins in 1864, when Oscar Hammerstein I emigrates to America, establishes himself as a successful cigar merchant and turns his attention to the business of music and theaters. He builds many theaters, including New York's most majestic opera house. He turns Times Square (then Longacre Square) into the theater capital of the world. His sons, Willy and Arthur, carry on the tradition and nurture such talents as Will Rogers, W. C. Fields, Al Jolson, Houdini, and Charlie Chaplin. Willy's son, Oscar II, becomes the most successful lyricist of all time, writing the story and words to the most memorable of Broadway shows including Showboat, Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Carousel, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. Oscar II synthesized the previous two generations' efforts to create what we now know as American musical theater. The accomplishments of the Hammersteins are monumental. Their tale is enchanting. Written by Oscar "Andy" Hammerstein (Oscar II's grandson), The Hammersteins presents a multi-layered portrait of the Hammerstein family, complete with personal and professional highlights, as well as the scandals and tragedies. The book also draws heavily upon the family archives, presenting a rich collection of photographs, theater blueprints, programs, patents and more, much of which has never before been seen. The Hammersteins is at once a deeply personal story of and American family living the American dream and a celebration of musical theater in this country+-+21937642062041ocn180756238book20080.20Maslon, LaurenceThe South Pacific companion+-+08682016961705ocn041501865book19990.56Wilk, MaxOverture and finale : Rodgers & Hammerstein and the creation of their two greatest hitsBiographyOverture and finale revisits the creation of Oklahoma! and The sound of music by Rodgers & Hammerstein+-+5573358735942ocn000921049book19550.63Rodgers and Hammerstein fact bookStories, plots, etc641ocn000870678book19560.50Sheean, VincentThe amazing Oscar Hammerstein; the life and exploits of an impresarioBiography571ocn228466731visu20050.18Wise, RobertThe sound of musicHistoryFictionDramaMusical filmsBiographical filmsHistorical filmsFilm adaptationsAs Nazism takes over Austria, a governess and a widowed father fall in love and escape the country with his large family of musically-talented children471ocn740923221visu20110.21Rose MarieDramaFilm adaptationsFilmed largely on location in the Canadian Rockies, Rose Marie combines a charming tale of a tomboy becoming a lady with two love triangles, a murder mystery, settler-vs.-Indian strife and glorious music, including four of the original stage production's tunes: Rose Marie, The Indian Love Call, The Mounties and in a knockout production number staged by Busby Berkeley, Totem Tom Tom411ocn007935689book19550.33Taylor, DeemsSome enchanted evenings; the story of Rodgers and Hammerstein391ocn048195193book20010.53Cheng, Anne AnlinThe melancholy of raceCriticism, interpretation, etcCheng proposes that racial identification is itself already a melancholic act--a social category that is imaginatively supported through a dynamic of loss and compensation, by which the racial other is at once rejected and retained. Using psychoanalytic theories on mourning and melancholia as inroads into her subject, Cheng offers a closely observed and carefully reasoned account of the minority experience as expressed in works of art by, and about, Asian-Americans and African-Americans. She argues that the racial minority and dominant American culture both suffer from racial melancholia and that this insight is crucial to a productive reimagining of progressive politics+-+1716060465324282ocn001383788book19510.81Fact book concerning the plays of Richard Rodgers and Oscar HammersteinStories, plots, etc231ocn017508248book19880.18Gottfried, MartinRodgers and Hammerstein : the men and their musicCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+4226658336+-+4226658336Fri Mar 21 15:08:16 EDT 2014batch159776