Detailinformationen

  • Oxford University Press, 10/1995
  • Einband: Flexibler Einband
  • ISBN-13: 9780195102895
  • Gewicht: 608 g
  • Maße: 233 x 155 mm
  • Stärke: 28 mm

Klappentext

Nolan captures it all: the team's early setbacks, the spectacular hour-long standing ovation for their hit song, "Manhattan," the Hollywood years (which inspired Hart to utter the immortal line, "Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean the bastards aren't out to get you"), and the unforgettable string of hit shows that included "On Your Toes," "The Boys from Syracuse," and their masterpiece, "Pal Joey." But while success made Rodgers more confident, more musically daring, and more disciplined, for Hart the round of parties, wisecracks, and most of all drinking began to take more and more of a toll on his work. When Hart's unreliability forced Rodgers reluctantly to seek out another lyricist, Oscar Hammerstein II, and their collaboration resulted in the unprecedented artistic and commercial success of "Oklahoma," Hart never truly recovered. Meticulously researched and rich with anecdotes that capture the excitement, the hilarity, the dizzying heights, and the crushing lows of a life on Broadway, Lorenz Hart is the story of an American original.

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