Harold Adamson
Lyricist
Harold Adamson
Harold Adamson was an American lyricist during the 1930s and 1940s.
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Rebecca Kilgore “Some Like It Hot ---The Music of Marilyn Monroe” - Times Square Chronicles
Google News - over 5 years
“When Love Goes Wrong,” written for the film by Hoagy Carmichael and Harold Adamson, was a duet sung by Monroe and her co-star, Jane Russell. After singing the first chorus, Kilgore let Forbes do the Jane Russell solo on his bass, a musical treat
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Deputy chief retiring after 45 years with few regrets - Toronto Star
Google News - over 5 years
Warr has worked under eight chiefs: James Mackey, Harold Adamson, Jack Ackroyd, Jack Marks, Bill McCormack, David Boothby, Julian Fantino and now Bill Blair. Blair said Warr will leave his mark as a respected “quiet leader” who made a significant
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Laura Osnes, Allison Case, Jose Llana Join OUT OF OUR HEADS July 18 - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Between them, the have received the Burton Lane Award, the Harold Adamson Award, the KC/ACTF Musical Theatre Award, an Anna Sosenko Grant, and numerous ASCAPLUS Awards. They are currently working on a commission from the Kennedy Center
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Cabaret singer Richard Holbrook delivers tribute to 'On a Clear Day' composer ... - New York Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
In 1933, the Irving Berlin Music company sent him and his associate, Harold Adamson, out to MGM to write songs for the movie musical, 'Dancing Girl, Dancing Lady,' with Joan Crawford and Fred Astaire. It was so successful that they offered Burton a
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Adam Gwon, Michelle Elliott Win 2011 Kleban Prizes - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
Honors include: 2008 Fred Ebb Award for excellence in musical theater songwriting, the ASCAP Harold Adamson Award, the MAC John Wallowitch Award, and a MAC award nomination for best song, as well as commissions from Signature Theatre (Arlington),
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Eve Adamson, 68, Founder of Cocteau Troupe
NYTimes - over 10 years
Eve Adamson, who founded the Jean Cocteau Repertory and built it into a respected classical theater company, died on Sunday in her Manhattan apartment. She was 68. The cause has not been determined, said her brother and only survivor, Lloyd Crisfield. In 1971, disappointed with the projects she was finding as an actress, Ms. Adamson gathered a
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A 'Front Page' Plot, 20's and 30's Songs
NYTimes - over 19 years
''LUCKY IN THE RAIN'' is no way to write a musical. But those who starve for new song and dance shows are resigned to settling for second-hand goods in second-rate form. The hybrid at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam is yet another attempt to surround pre-existing music with a story, while shaping those unrelated songs into a coherent
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Gertrude Stein and Alice Strut on the Sunny Side
NYTimes - over 19 years
Who's that hoofer making goo-goo eyes at Alice B. Toklas? Sure enough, that world-renowned flapper, Gertrude Stein, struts her stuff in ''Lucky in the Rain,'' Sherman Yellen's disappointingly stolid musical pastiche of Paris in the 20's, culled from the song book of the composer Jimmy McHugh. Actually, as played by Susan Browning (who 27 years ago
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Dramas Off Stage and On, Gala Evenings
NYTimes - over 19 years
NO summer announcements rival the momentous changes forecast by the season just ended, or the anticipation of the one yet to begin in which new artistic directors will take charge of two of Connecticut's high-profile theaters. At the Long Wharf in New Haven, the new artistic head, Douglas Hughes, has arrived; his predecessor was Arvin Brown, who
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Cherishing Musicals, The Old and the New
NYTimes - almost 20 years
WHILE attending a musical double-header in New York last weekend (''Promises, Promises'' in concertand ''Annie''), one theatergoer, for whom musicals are the food of life, had Goodspeed on his mind. The series called ''Encores!'' -- glittering performances of old musicals in concert form -- remains a high point of the New York theater. The
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Burton Lane, Composer for 'Finian's Rainbow' and 'Clear Day,' Is Dead at 84
NYTimes - about 20 years
Burton Lane, the Broadway and Hollywood composer who wrote the melodies for ''Finian's Rainbow'' and such enduring songs as ''On a Clear Day You Can See Forever,'' ''(I Like New York in June) How About You?'' and ''Too Late Now,'' died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan. He was 84. A spokeswoman for the League of American Theaters and Producers
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Metropolitan Diary
NYTimes - about 24 years
A FRIEND writes: Glued to my television set during much of last weekend's storm, I found myself once again absolutely awed by the spirit, stamina and determination of people in this city. But my candidate for the title of Quintessential New Yorker -- no, make that All-Time Quintessential New Yorker -- is easily the woman from Brooklyn who was asked
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Sammy Fain, 87, Prolific Composer of Pop Ballads
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Sammy Fain, who wrote the music for such well-loved popular songs as ''I'll Be Seeing You,'' ''That Old Feeling,'' ''Secret Love'' and ''Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing,'' died of a heart attack yesterday at the U.C.L.A. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 87 years old. Sammy Fain, who wrote the music for such well-loved popular songs as
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Dana Suesse, 76, Dies; Wrote 30's Hit Songs
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Dana Suesse, a composer and songwriter whose hits included ''You Ought to Be in Pictures,'' died of a stroke last Friday in New York City. She was 76 years old and lived in Manhattan. Dana Suesse, a composer and songwriter whose hits included ''You Ought to Be in Pictures,'' died of a stroke last Friday in New York City. She was 76 years old
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ABOUT LONG ISLAND
NYTimes - almost 31 years
ECUMENICAL Council Vatican II (1962-65) led to many changes for Roman Catholic Church all over the world, but one change that Pope John XXIII might not have envisaged was what happened in Oceanside. St. Anthony's Church lost its choir, but Long Island gained an ecumenical chorale. The choir was organized at the church in 1960 by Armand Sodero of
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STAGE: REVUE OF BURTON LANE SONGS
NYTimes - over 33 years
IN his half-century on Broadway and in Hollywood, Burton Lane has written music for a variety of lyricists with individual styles, people as diverse as Frank Loesser, Ira Gershwin, E. Y. Harburg and Alan Jay Lerner. At the same time, he has asserted his own identity as a composer. What characterizes his music is a kind of romantic openness. In the
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