sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. Oscar Hammerstein II died of cancer nine months after the Broadway premiere (b: July 12, to-d: August 23, , at age 65). 9 Richard Rodgers and his musical, "The King and I" at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois was awarded the Equity Joseph Jefferson Award for Musical Production.
  2. – Carmen Jones Orchestra And Chorus: Prelude: 2 – Carmen Jones Orchestra And Chorus: Opening Scene: Introduction: Lift 'Em Up And Put 'Em Down: 3 – Muriel Smith: Dat's Love: 4 – Carlotta Franzell And Luther Saxon: You Talk Just Like My Maw: 5 – Muriel Smith And Luther Saxon: Der's A Cafe On De Corner: 6.
  3. Opening Scene: Introducing Lift 'Em Up And Put 'Em Down; $ on iTunes 3. Dat's Love; $ on iTunes 4. You Talk Just Like My Maw; $ on iTunes 5. Dere's A Cafe On De Corner; $ on iTunes 6. Beat Out Dat Rhythm On A Drum; $ on iTunes 7. Stan' Up And Fight; $ on iTunes 8. Whizzin' Away Alond De Track; $ on iTunes 9. Dis /5(16).
  4. Oscar Hammerstein II probably contributed more than any other single person to the evolution of the American musical comedy from simple entertainment to a complex and sophisticated art form. He was born on July 12, in New York City into a family prominent in show business.
  5. Oscar Greeley Clendenning Hammerstein II was an American librettist, theatrical producer, and theatre director of musicals for almost forty years. Hammerstein won eight Tony Awards and two Academy Awards for Best Original Song. Many of his songs are standard repertoire for singers and jazz musicians. He co-wrote songs.
  6. Die CD von Musical: Carmen Jones (Original Broadway Cast & Film Score ) jetzt probehören und für 7,99 Euro kaufen.
  7. This great release from Sepia comprises 2 cast albums: the original Broadway cast of CARMEN JONES, and the Broadway revival of PORGY AND BESS. CARMEN JONES was based on the opera by Georges Bizet, with new lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Muriel Smith essayed the title role of heedless Carmen Jones/5(2).
  8. The label reverses the order of the titles for track B5, i.e. "Scene: Joe And Carmen—Finale", which contradicts the front and back covers. Bizet's full name appears on the label but nowhere else. Hammerstein and Bizet (along with Billy Rose) are not given specific credit roles; it simply says "By Oscar Hammerstein II" and "Based on Bizet's 2/5(1).

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