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|Named Person:||Cy Coleman; Cy Coleman|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul Lazarus; Cy Coleman; WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.)
|Notes:||Fund raising program, incomplete; title provided by librarian.|
|Performer(s):||Hosted by Paul Lazarus.|
|Event notes:||Broadcast on WBAI radio station, Oct. 11, 1980, New York, N.Y.|
|Description:||1 audio disc (31 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Musical selection [Very soft shoes, from musical Once upon a mattress / lyrics by Marshall Barer ; music by Mary Rodgers] (2:40) --
Announcement (0:09) --
Musical selection [In my own lifetime, from musical The Rothschilds / lyrics by Sheldon Harnick ; music by Jerry Bock] (2:25) --
Announcement (0:48) --
Musical selection (3:04) --
Announcement (0: 34) --
Excerpts from the interview with Cy Coleman. He talks about his first experience composing music for the film Father Goose (1964) (3:50) --
Pass me by [from the film Father Goose / lyrics by Carolyn Leigh ; music by Cy Coleman] (2:00) --
Announcement (0:19) --
Musical selection, 1st song: Money isn't ev'rything, from musical Allegro / music by Richard Rogers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, II ; 2nd song: What I did for love, from musical Chorus line (first line of text: Kiss today goodbye) / music by Marvin Hamlisch ; lyric by Edward Kleban (Priscilla Lopez, singer)] (7:16) --
Announcement (1:08) --
I'd rather be a fairy than a troll (3:32) --
Announcement (0:26) --
I'll try your way, from musical Fortune (2:27) --
|Other Titles:||Very soft shoes.
In my own lifetime.
Pass me by.
What I did for love.
I'd rather be a fairy than a troll.
I'll try your way.
Money isn't ev'rything.
Anything goes (Radio program)