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  1. The Concert Sinatra is an album by American singer Frank Sinatra that was released in 1963. It consists of showtunes performed in a 'semi-classical' concert style. [1] Marking a reunion between Sinatra and his frequent collaborator, arranger Nelson Riddle , it was the first full-album Riddle arranged on Sinatra's Reprise Records label. [4]

  2. Sinatra: New York is a 2009 box set album of live performances by the American singer Frank Sinatra, recorded in New York City, both at the Carnegie Hall, and at Madison Square Garden. [3] The first disc captures two live performances from 1955 and 1963, disc two and three are from the Carnegie Hall and from Madison Square Garden in 1974.

  3. 12/12/2021 · The Concert Sinatra album, released in 1963, could almost have been called Frank Sings Richard Rodgers, as six of the eight songs come from Rodgers’ pen and one or other of his writing partners ...

  4. 17/01/2019 · The 1930s was a decade of unforgettable love songs. Many of the well-loved classics that we know today were written during this period. The 1930s to the 1940s is also known as the Golden Age of musical theater in America. Many musicals were brought to the stage and several were adapted into films. Composers and lyricists continu

  5. 15/01/2022 · With 1,925 performances, "South Pacific" (1949) had lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein and music by Richard Rodgers. It was loosely based on stories from "Tales of the South Pacific" by James Michener. The main storyline shows the developing (though not without challenges) romance between Emile de Becque, a plantation owner on an island and Nellie Forbush, a nurse in the US Navy.

  6. 09/08/2021 · Visuals may be essential for film, but music completes the experience. Stacker collected the best movie songs spanning 100 years of film, according to data from the American Film Industry's 100 Years Project.

  7. Bing Crosby Top Songs • #1: "Sunday, Monday or Always" • #2: "White Christmas" • #3: "I'll Be Home for Christmas (If Only in My Dreams)" • #4: "Moonlight ...