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3 Broadway Composers

3 Great Broadway Composers: Rogers & Hammerstein, Webber, Sondheim

Attended Columbia University, then transferred to Institution of Musical Art (Now Juliard) Richard Rogers
Put on the map with "Babes in Arms" Richard Rogers
Dad was a famous Vaudeville producer and writer Oscar Hammerstein III
Originally studied law at Columbia University but then switched his major Oscar Hammerstein III
Put on the map with Show Boat Oscar Hammerstein III
Both of these men wanted to make Green Grow the Lilies into a musical and got together and created Oklahoma! Rogers & Hammerstein
Oklahoma! Rogers & Hammerstein
Carousel Rogers & Hammerstein
State Fair Rogers & Hammerstein
south Pacific Rogers & Hammerstein
The King and I Rogers & Hammerstein
Cinderella (1957 movie starring July Andrews) Rogers & Hammerstein
Flower Drum Song Rogers & Hammerstein
Sound of Music Rogers & Hammerstein
First to write serious musicals Rogers & Hammerstein
Into "formula plays" Rogers & Hammerstein
daughter composed Once Upon a Matress Rogers
style: Big ensemble numbers Rogers & Hammerstein
Style: Huge range, same tunes over and over and over, stop in music, big last note Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Born in London to a violinist (mom) and a composer (dad) Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Started writing music at age 6, first published song at age 9 Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
1st big hit: Joseph and the Technicolor Coat Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Jesus Christ Superstar Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Evita Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Cats Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Song & Dance Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Starlight Express Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
The Phantom of the Opera Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Sunset Boulevard Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Has 1 golden globe, 1 academy award, 3 Grammy's, and 6 Tony's Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tony- Best Original Score- Evita Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tony- Best Musical, BOS- Cats Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tony- Best Musical- Phantom Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tony- BM, BOS- Sunset Boulevard Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Wrote 2 of the longest running shows on Broadway: Cats (21 years) and Phantom (22 years) Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
One of the Top 100 richest Britons Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Best friend growing up was Jimmy Hammerstein, son of Oscar Hammerstein Stephen Sondheim
hammerstein took in_____ as an apprentice and was like a father to him Stephen Sondheim
Big Break: Lyrics for West Side Story Stephen Sondheim
West Side Story Stephen Sondheim
Gypsy Stephen Sondheim
Do I Hear a Waltz? Stephen Sondheim
A Funny Thing Happened onthe Way to the Forum Stephen Sondheim
Company Stephen Sondheim
A Little Night Music Stephen Sondheim
Sweeney Todd Stephen Sondheim
Sunday in the Park with George Stephen Sondheim
Into the Woods Stephen Sondheim
Pulitzer Prize for Sunday in the park with George Stephen Sondheim
academy Award for Best Song for "Sooner or Later" Stephen Sondheim
Tony- Funny Thing- Best Musical Stephen Sondheim
Tony- Company- Best Score Best Lyrics Stephen Sondheim
Tony- Best Score- Follies Stephen Sondheim
Tony- Best Score- Little Night Music Stephen Sondheim
Tony- BS- Sweeney Todd Stephen Sondheim
2008 Lifetime Achievemnent Award Stephen Sondheim
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