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The Songwriters - Charles Strouse and Arthur Schwartz (2005)

Nancy Dussault , Judy Kaye  |  NR |  DVD


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FROM THE GREAT WHITE WAY TO THE SILVER SCREEN: THE MUSIC, THE LYRICS, THE STORIES

TWO INCREDIBLE PROGRAMS ON ONE DVD!

An intimate evening of music and stories presented in the informal style usually reserved for "insider" parties. Here are the unique performances that writers bring to their own songs, as well as the candid, often touching and sometimes hilarious tales behind the magical world of musical theater.

CHARLES STROUSE (Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, Applause)

His first Broadway musical, Bye Bye Birdie, won him a Tony®. So did Applause, starring Lauren Bacall. Annie won him a Tony®, two Grammys® and produced the hit song, "Tomorrow." Strouse also wrote Golden Boy for Sammy Davis, Jr. and collaborated with Alan Jay Lerner on Dance a Little Closer. His film and TV credits include the score for Bonnie and Clyde as well as the classic theme song "Those Were the Days" from All in the Family. Join one of the most charming people you will ever meet for a night of unforgettable songs, memories and laughter.

THE SONGS: "Tomorrow," "A Lot of Livin’ to Do," Applause," "One Boy," "Easy Street," "Those Were the Days," and more.

Performers: Charles Strouse, Debbie Shapiro, Martin Charnin, Allison Smith.

ARTHUR SCHWARTZ (That’s Entertainment, Dancing in the Dark)

In The Wall Street Journal, Eric Felten called Arthur Schwartz "one of the finest composers of the genre." James Gavin of The New York Times commented, "Among the songwriting masters of his day his hit tunes live on as breathless, soaring displays of bygone Broadway and Hollywood glamour." He was twice nominated for an Oscar® and won the ASCAP award for the show business anthem "That’s Entertainment." Join lawyer, composer, producer and songwriting legend Arthur Schwartz for an entertaining journey through his unique and brilliant career.

THE SONGS: "Dancing in the Dark," "I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan," "Something to Remember You By," "By Myself," "Louisiana Hayride," "That’s Entertainment" and more.

Performers: Arthur Schwartz, Nancy Dussault, Judy Kaye, Edward Evanko. Pianist: Paul Trueblood.


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