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7 thoughts on “ Richard Rodgers - Hans Spialek, John Mauceri - Three Ballets

  1. On Your Toes (Revival, Musical, Comedy, Broadway) opened in New York City Mar 6, and played through May 20,
  2. Richard Rodgers, John Mauceri, Hans Spialek - Rodgers: Three Ballets (MHS) [Audio CD] - alternative.gardanakalenfefyn.infoinfo Music Richard Rodgers (Composer), John Mauceri (Conductor), Hans Spialek Recorded At Olympic Studios, London On January 21, Produced By John Yap / Slaughter On Tenth Avenue / La Princesse Zenobia - Recorded At RCA Studios, New York.
  3. Three ballets: Ghost town, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, La Princesse Zenobia. [Richard Rodgers; Hans Spialek; John Mauceri] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create.
  4. () Stage Play: I Married an Angel. Musical comedy. Music by Richard Rodgers. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Based on material by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, from a Hungarian play by Johann von Vásáry [credited as Johann Vaszary]. Lyrics .
  5. The single most spectacular dance number on view at the moment -- and it won't be for long; get there fast -- erupts in the second act of On Your Toes, the current Encores! series entry at City alternative.gardanakalenfefyn.infoinfo who know the show may already have guessed it's the Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart-George Abbott musical's famous Slaughter on Tenth Avenue ballet.
  6. () Stage: Wrote music for "I Married an Angel", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek. Based on material by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (also lyrics), from a Hungarian play by Johann von Vásáry [credited as .
  7. Nov 22,  · Hans Spialek, who orchestrated ''On Your Toes'' as well as other Broadway shows in the 's and 's, died of cancer Sunday in New York. John Mauceri Author: Jon Pareles.

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