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An exploration of the influential twentieth-century songwriter's career and pivotal contributions to Hollywood and Broadway culture is presented through a series of photographs, drawings, posters, costume and set designs, sheet music reproductions, and album covers, in a volume published to coincide with three traveling exhibitions dedicated to his work. 17,500 first printing.
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David Leopold is an authority on American show business, in both New York and Hollywood. As an independent curator and archivist, he has organized a number of exhibitions on the works of Al Hirschfeld, Oscar Hammerstein, George Kaufman, and Moss Hart.
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Book Description Harry N Abrams, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 2005. Hard Cover in Dust Jacket. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Photos (illustrator). BRAND NEW 2005 Large illustrated Hardcover book in original Dust Jacket. BRAND NEW from 2005 publisher; Never opened, Never owned, Never marked. Big handsome book; steel blue cloth over boards, with Silver gilt title impressed on spine; in silver endpapers; with red white and blue photographic jacket. Book size: 9-1/4" wide x 11" tall x 1-1/4 "thick; weigh more than 3 pounds. 239 pages, illustrated throughout with photographs, in beautiful black & white and some color; some full page; some suitable for framing if should so desire. David Leopold, an authority on American Show Business, independent curator and archivist, organizxed a number of exhibitions on the works of Al Hirschfeld, Oscar Hammertein, George Kaufman and Moss Hart. This book was published in conjunction with a series of exhibitions on the career of the legendary Irving Berlin, his life and times and art; coverin his Broadway, Hollywood, and patriot work. Few artists left as profound a mark on 20th century popular culture as Berlin. Starting in 1907 in Tin Pan Alley in New York, anc continuing on to Broadway, and Hollywood, he captured the hearts of his countrymen with a wide variety of songs, many which have become popular standards. In the autumn of 2001, his classic "God Bless America" hit the Top Ten again, decades after it was written. His "White Christmas" is still a holiday favorite today. From the Broadway revues of the early twentieth century, through the musical shows of the 1920s, and first films of the 'talkies' in Hollywood, and beyond, Berlin made a place for himself. His legacy includes performances and recordings of his songs by some of the greatest musical stars of the century, including Al Jolson , Fred Astaire , Bing Crosby , Danny Kaye, Ethel Merman, and many more. "Alexander's Ragtime Band" , " Puttin' on the Ritz" , " Blue Skies " , and many more; his legacy is astonishing. This beautiful book takes you behind the scenes, into the world that his music was Size: 9-1/4 x 11 x 1-1/4 ". Seller Inventory # 6512
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