|Format:||Print Book 1985|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
This volume, edited by William Hammerstein, encompasses lyrics from Oscar Hammerstein's entire canon; from the early "Indian Love Call" written in 1924 with Otto Harbach and Rudolph Friml, to his final song, "Edelweiss," written with his long-time collaborator Richard Rodgers in 1959. Oscar Hammerstein's introduction, Notes on Lyrics, has been an acknowledged classic text for musical theatre enthusiasts since 1949 and remains a definitive work today. To say Oscar Hammerstein II made a significant contribution to the art of lyric-writing is understating the case. He, with his lyrics, and his collaborators, with their music, rewove the fabric of the musical theatre for all time.
-- United States
Musicals -- Librettos -- Excerpts.
|Publisher|| Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A. :Hal Leonard Books,1985
|Edition||[Newly rev. ed. /|
|Other Titles|| Lyrics.
xviii, 270 pages ; 22 cm