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Halfway to HeavenMoves to the suburbs, not in the 1940s, but the 1920s, accompanied by popular songs.
The Melodies of Richard RodgersWhether he wrote for Lorenz Hart or Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers provided the perfect setting for their strikingly different lyrics.
From Friend to LoverThere’s friendship and there are love affairs, but sometimes one morphs into the other.
The Breakthrough Year of 1925By the middle of the decade, America was ready to change. New ways of thinking and behaving soon turned up in our songs.
Love with an EdgeLove songs that trade in limits, irony, hard-eyed clarity… and unquenchable romanticism.
That Eccentric RagThere were early rags and then the classic rags of Scott Joplin, and then there were the later Eccentric Rags, intricate and ornate, by Zez Confrey and his contemporaries.
Young and DonnellyWhen songwriting was no job for a woman, these two wrote the two greatest operettas in American theater history.
Independent Women from the 40sThey marched in review, drove cabs, and welded aircraft carriers. They were the independent women of World War II, and we told their stories in songs.
The Shermans – Father and SonsTwo generations of songwriters from Tin Pan Alley to Disney Studios.
Optimistic Upbeat Jerry HermanNo songwriter for Broadway was ever as consistently optimistic in outlook and endings as Jerry Herman. It was a matter of temperament.
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