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Vince Guaraldi / Lee Mendelson. Vince Guaraldi Trio. On Her Majesty's Secret Service~We Have All the Time in the World. Hal David. John Barry. From Russia With Love, film score~From Russia With Love. Lionel Bart. John Barry. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love.
Stage & Screen Album Highlights grid list. Mary Martin / Theodore ... The Sound of Music ... The Good, The Bad and the ... West Side Story [Original ... Kristen Anderson-Lopez / ... Frozen [Original Motion ... Stranger Things, Vol. 1 ...
Music of Stage & Screen. The AMRC collections help to document the enormous influence on American music that has come from music's role as support for other art forms, from its beginnings through the present day.
Great Songs from Stage & Screen is the sixth studio album by American actor and singer Seth MacFarlane, released on August 28, 2020, by Republic Records and Verve Records. As the executive producer, MacFarlane reunited with his longtime producers Joel McNeely and Joy Fehily. 
Program Schedule: Music Choice Stage & Screen Playing Now! 2023-05-16 23:00:00 PST - 2023-05-17 03:00:00 PST. Your adventure begins with an original mix of the music made famous in epic blockbuster film scores, television and the Broadway stage. Music Choice Stage & Screen.
Stage & Screen Music Description. This genre is reserved for music associated with musicals, soundtracks, plays, and other scores. Most Collected Stage & Screen Music
ALBCD041: MUSIC FOR STAGE AND SCREEN Music by Vaughan Williams, Holst, Delius, Bliss, Falla, Alwyn, Boughton, Walton and Clifton Parker Remastered archive recordings conducted by Sir Thomas...
Editorial Reviews. 2023 release from acclaimed guitarist/vocalist John Pizzarelli. Stage & Screen finds inspiration in classic songs from Broadway musicals and Hollywood films. The cleverly chosen repertoire spans nearly nine decades, starting with a pair of songs from the 1925 musical No, No, Nanette ("I Want To Be Happy" and "Tea For Two ...