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Brigadoon
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Es ist auf keiner Landkarte verzeichnet. Aber in jedem Herzen hat es einen festen Platz: Brigadoon heißt das Märchenreich - und der poetische Film, den Gene Kelly mit sich in der Hauptrolle choreografierte. Vorlage der Kinoversion war das 1947 uraufgeführte Broadway-Musical von Alan Jay Lerner und Frederick Loewe (My Fair Lady, Camelot). Vincente Minnelli inszenierte die fantastische Geschichte zweier New Yorker (Kelly und Van Johnson), die im Urlaub ein schottisches Dorf entdecken, das alle hundert Jahre für nur einen Tag aus seinem Dornröschenschlaf erwacht. Dort verliebt sich Kelly unsterblich in ein Mädchen aus dem Dorf (Cyd Charisse) - obwohl den beiden anscheinend nur 24 Stunden Zeit bleiben. Doch keine Angst: Wozu gibt es schließlich Zauberkräfte und zeitlose Songs: Almost Like Being in Love, The Heather on the Hill und viele mehr!

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Broadway Quartets
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MY FAIR LADY|GET ME TO THE CHURCH ON TIME|ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE|WITH A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK|SHOW ME|I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT|WOULDN'T IT BE LOVERLY|I'VE GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO HER FACE|CAMELOT|CAMELOT|How to handle a woman|THE SIMPLE JOYS OF MAIDENHOOD|LOVED YOU ONCE IN SILENCE|THE LUSTY MONTH OF MAY|FOLLOW ME|If ever I would leave you|BRIGADOON|DOWN ON MACCONNACHY SQUARE|ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE|BRIGADOON|COME TO ME BEND TO ME|FROM THIS DAY ON|THE HEATHER ON THE HILL|I'LL GO HOME WITH BONNIE JEAN|JEANNIE'S PACKIN' UP|THE LOVE OF MY LIFE|THERE BUT FOR YOU GO I|WAITIN' FOR MY DEARIE|PAINT YOUR WAGON|I'M ON MY WAY|BEST THINGS|THE FIRST THING YOU KNOW|GOLD FEVER|THE GOSPEL OF NO NAME CITY|I talk to the trees|I STILL SEE ELISA|A MILLION MILES AWAY BEHIND THE DOOR|THEY CALL THE WIND MARIA|WAND'RIN' STAR

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The Gene Kelly Handbook - Everything You Need t...
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Eugene Curran ''Gene'' Kelly (August 23, 1912 - February 2, 1996) was an American dancer, actor, singer, film director and producer, and choreographer. Kelly was known for his energetic and athletic dancing style, his good looks and the likeable characters that he played on screen. Although he is known today for his performances in Singin' in the Rain and An American in Paris, he was a dominant force in Hollywood musical films from the mid 1940s until this art form fell out of fashion in the late 1950s. His many innovations transformed the Hollywood musical film, and he is credited with almost single-handedly making the ballet form commercially acceptable to film audiences. Kelly was the recipient of an Academy Honorary Award in 1952 for his career achievements. He later received lifetime achievement awards in the Kennedy Center Honors, and from the Screen Actors Guild and American Film Institute; in 1999, the American Film Institute also numbered him 15th in their Greatest Male Stars of All Time list. This book is your ultimate resource for Gene Kelly. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Gene Kelly filmography, Pilot No. 5, DuBarry Was a Lady, Thousands Cheer, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, The Cross of Lorraine, Cover Girl (film), Christmas Holiday, Anchors Aweigh (film), Ziegfeld Follies (film), Living in a Big Way, It Had to Be You (1947 film), The Pirate, The Three Musketeers (1948 film), Words and Music (1948 film), Take Me Out to the Ball Game (film), On the Town (film), Summer Stock, An American in Paris (film), It's a Big Country, Love Is Better Than Ever, Singin' in the Rain, The Devil Makes Three (film), Brigadoon (film), Seagulls Over Sorrento, Deep in My Heart (1954 film), It's Always Fair Weather, Invitation to the Dance (film), The Happy Road, Les Girls, Marjorie Morningstar (film), The Tunnel of Love, Inherit the Wind (1960 film), Let's Make Love, Gigot (film), What a Way to Go!, The Young Girls of Rochefort, A Guide for the Married Man, Hello, Dolly! (film), The Cheyenne Social Club, 40 Carats (film), That's Entertainment!, Viva Knievel!, Xanadu (film), Cats Don't Dance Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Alan Jay Lerner
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The man behind 'I Could Have Danced all Night' and 'Almost Like Being in Love', lyricist Alan Jay Lerner (1918-1986) is widely regarded as one of the most important figures of the American musical stage. In penning the lyrics to some of the most well-known and beloved Broadway shows, including Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, and Camelot, Lerner worked and corresponded with some of the greatest luminaries of popular entertainment over a career which spanned four decades, from performers like Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews to composers like André Previn, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Strouse, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and especially Frederick Loewe. In this rich collection of correspondence, most of it published for the first time, author Dominic McHugh sheds new light on Lerner's working relationships with these legendary figures. McHugh's extensive commentary reveals Lerner's turbulent partnerships with Loewe and Lane, his affection for Harrison, and his reverence for Burton. Particular emphasis is placed on Lerner's aborted projects with composers like Richard Rodgers and Arthur Schwartz. Especially valuable is the correspondence from his final years, in which he worked on a movie version of The Merry Widow, a BBC TV series about musicals, and a musical version of My Man Godfrey, none of which came to fruition. The collection ends with a poignant final exchange between Lerner and Andrew Lloyd Webber, with whom he was to have written The Phantom of the Opera. Overall, this important and lively book reveals the highs and lows of the career of one of America's wittiest and most romantic lyricists.

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Alan Jay Lerner
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The man behind 'I Could Have Danced all Night' and 'Almost Like Being in Love', lyricist Alan Jay Lerner (1918-1986) is widely regarded as one of the most important figures of the American musical stage. In penning the lyrics to some of the most well-known and beloved Broadway shows, including Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, and Camelot, Lerner worked and corresponded with some of the greatest luminaries of popular entertainment over a career which spanned four decades, from performers like Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews to composers like André Previn, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Strouse, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and especially Frederick Loewe. In this rich collection of correspondence, most of it published for the first time, author Dominic McHugh sheds new light on Lerner's working relationships with these legendary figures. McHugh's extensive commentary reveals Lerner's turbulent partnerships with Loewe and Lane, his affection for Harrison, and his reverence for Burton. Particular emphasis is placed on Lerner's aborted projects with composers like Richard Rodgers and Arthur Schwartz. Especially valuable is the correspondence from his final years, in which he worked on a movie version of The Merry Widow, a BBC TV series about musicals, and a musical version of My Man Godfrey, none of which came to fruition. The collection ends with a poignant final exchange between Lerner and Andrew Lloyd Webber, with whom he was to have written The Phantom of the Opera. Overall, this important and lively book reveals the highs and lows of the career of one of America's wittiest and most romantic lyricists.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Gene Kelly Handbook - Everything You Need t...
24,99 € *
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Eugene Curran ''Gene'' Kelly (August 23, 1912 - February 2, 1996) was an American dancer, actor, singer, film director and producer, and choreographer. Kelly was known for his energetic and athletic dancing style, his good looks and the likeable characters that he played on screen. Although he is known today for his performances in Singin' in the Rain and An American in Paris, he was a dominant force in Hollywood musical films from the mid 1940s until this art form fell out of fashion in the late 1950s. His many innovations transformed the Hollywood musical film, and he is credited with almost single-handedly making the ballet form commercially acceptable to film audiences. Kelly was the recipient of an Academy Honorary Award in 1952 for his career achievements. He later received lifetime achievement awards in the Kennedy Center Honors, and from the Screen Actors Guild and American Film Institute; in 1999, the American Film Institute also numbered him 15th in their Greatest Male Stars of All Time list. This book is your ultimate resource for Gene Kelly. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Gene Kelly filmography, Pilot No. 5, DuBarry Was a Lady, Thousands Cheer, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, The Cross of Lorraine, Cover Girl (film), Christmas Holiday, Anchors Aweigh (film), Ziegfeld Follies (film), Living in a Big Way, It Had to Be You (1947 film), The Pirate, The Three Musketeers (1948 film), Words and Music (1948 film), Take Me Out to the Ball Game (film), On the Town (film), Summer Stock, An American in Paris (film), It's a Big Country, Love Is Better Than Ever, Singin' in the Rain, The Devil Makes Three (film), Brigadoon (film), Seagulls Over Sorrento, Deep in My Heart (1954 film), It's Always Fair Weather, Invitation to the Dance (film), The Happy Road, Les Girls, Marjorie Morningstar (film), The Tunnel of Love, Inherit the Wind (1960 film), Let's Make Love, Gigot (film), What a Way to Go!, The Young Girls of Rochefort, A Guide for the Married Man, Hello, Dolly! (film), The Cheyenne Social Club, 40 Carats (film), That's Entertainment!, Viva Knievel!, Xanadu (film), Cats Don't Dance Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Alan Jay Lerner
36,99 € *
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The man behind 'I Could Have Danced all Night' and 'Almost Like Being in Love', lyricist Alan Jay Lerner (1918-1986) is widely regarded as one of the most important figures of the American musical stage. In penning the lyrics to some of the most well-known and beloved Broadway shows, including Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, and Camelot, Lerner worked and corresponded with some of the greatest luminaries of popular entertainment over a career which spanned four decades, from performers like Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews to composers like André Previn, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Strouse, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and especially Frederick Loewe. In this rich collection of correspondence, most of it published for the first time, author Dominic McHugh sheds new light on Lerner's working relationships with these legendary figures. McHugh's extensive commentary reveals Lerner's turbulent partnerships with Loewe and Lane, his affection for Harrison, and his reverence for Burton. Particular emphasis is placed on Lerner's aborted projects with composers like Richard Rodgers and Arthur Schwartz. Especially valuable is the correspondence from his final years, in which he worked on a movie version of The Merry Widow, a BBC TV series about musicals, and a musical version of My Man Godfrey, none of which came to fruition. The collection ends with a poignant final exchange between Lerner and Andrew Lloyd Webber, with whom he was to have written The Phantom of the Opera. Overall, this important and lively book reveals the highs and lows of the career of one of America's wittiest and most romantic lyricists.

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Alan Jay Lerner
37,49 € *
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The man behind 'I Could Have Danced all Night' and 'Almost Like Being in Love', lyricist Alan Jay Lerner (1918-1986) is widely regarded as one of the most important figures of the American musical stage. In penning the lyrics to some of the most well-known and beloved Broadway shows, including Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, and Camelot, Lerner worked and corresponded with some of the greatest luminaries of popular entertainment over a career which spanned four decades, from performers like Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews to composers like André Previn, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Strouse, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and especially Frederick Loewe. In this rich collection of correspondence, most of it published for the first time, author Dominic McHugh sheds new light on Lerner's working relationships with these legendary figures. McHugh's extensive commentary reveals Lerner's turbulent partnerships with Loewe and Lane, his affection for Harrison, and his reverence for Burton. Particular emphasis is placed on Lerner's aborted projects with composers like Richard Rodgers and Arthur Schwartz. Especially valuable is the correspondence from his final years, in which he worked on a movie version of The Merry Widow, a BBC TV series about musicals, and a musical version of My Man Godfrey, none of which came to fruition. The collection ends with a poignant final exchange between Lerner and Andrew Lloyd Webber, with whom he was to have written The Phantom of the Opera. Overall, this important and lively book reveals the highs and lows of the career of one of America's wittiest and most romantic lyricists.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.03.2020
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