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by Gerald Bordman

American Musical Comedy: From Adonis to Dreamgirls download ebook
ISBN:
0195031040
ISBN13:
978-0195031041
Author:
Gerald Bordman
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Oxford University Press (September 16, 1982)
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256 pages
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American musical comedy by Gerald Martin Bordman, 1982, Oxford University . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. American musical comedy.

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Gerald Bordman's American Musical Theatre has become a landmark book since its original publication in 1978

Gerald Bordman's American Musical Theatre has become a landmark book since its original publication in 1978. Gerald Bordman is the author of many books, including American Musical Theatre: A Chronicle, Jerome Kern: His Life and Music, and Days to be Happy, Years to be Sad: The Life and Music of Vincent Youmans.

Gerald Bordman Hardcover: 266 pages Oxford Univ Pr 1982 ISBN: 0195030265

Gerald Bordman Hardcover: 266 pages Oxford Univ Pr 1982 ISBN: 0195030265. The is the first biography of composer Vincent Youmans. Bordman recreates this child of the lost generation and the glamorous life that he led. The Index, in two parts, has a listing for songs and a listing for everything else. Gerald Bordman is the author of Jerome Kern: His Life and Music and several books on theater, including American Musical Theatre: A Chronicle; American Operetta: From HMS Pinafore to Sweeney Todd; American Musical Comedy: From Adonis to Dream Girls; and American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1869-1914.

Gerald Martin Bordman (September 18, 1931 – May 9, 2011) was an American theatre historian, best known for authoring the reference volume The . American Musical Comedy: From Adonis to Dreamgirls (1982). The Oxford Companion to the American Theater (1984).

Gerald Martin Bordman (September 18, 1931 – May 9, 2011) was an American theatre historian, best known for authoring the reference volume The American Musical Theatre, first published in 1978. American Musical Revue: From The Passing Show to Sugar Babies (1985).

A companion volume to American Operetta, this book traces the t of that quintessential American art form, the musical comedy

A companion volume to American Operetta, this book traces the t of that quintessential American art form, the musical comedy. Fullof fascinating details and telling insights, it also includes the long-lost textof the 1884 hit Adonis, the first musical comedy to run over 500 performances onBroadway. No current Talk conversations about this book.

American Musical Comedy: From Adonis to Dreamgirls. A chronological history of musical comedy. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982. The appendix includes the script of William Gill’s Adonis, a popular burlesque from the late nineteenth century. America’s Musical Stage: Two Hundred Years of Musical Theatre. Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies, 18. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1985. This history of the American musical begins with the Revolutionary era and focuses on early developments, with separate chapters on the various musical theater forms.

A companion volume to American Operetta, this book traces the historical development of that quintessential American art form, the musical comedy. Full of fascinating details and telling insights, it also includes the long-lost text of the 1884 hit Adonis, the first musical comedy to run over 500 performances on Broadway.