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|Named Person:||Frederick Loewe; Alan Jay Lerner; Morton Gould; Betty Buckley; Richard Kiley; Agnes De Mille; Maurice Chevalier; Robert Goulet; Kitty Carlisle; Rex Harrison; Jack Jones; Skitch Henderson; Julie Andrews; Richard Harris; Julie Andrews; Betty Buckley; Kitty Carlisle; Maurice Chevalier; Agnes De Mille; Morton Gould; Robert Goulet; Richard Harris; Rex Harrison; Skitch Henderson; Jack Jones; Richard Kiley; Alan Jay Lerner; Frederick Loewe|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederick Loewe; Bill Harbach; Bruce Sager; American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.
|Notes:||Title on end credits: A celebration of Frederick Loewe.|
|Credits:||Coordinated by Karen Sherry with Michael A. Kerker.|
|Performer(s):||Participants: Morton Gould, Betty Buckley, Richard Kiley, Agnes de Mille, Herman Levin, Robert Goulet, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Jack Jones, Skitch Henderson, Julie Andrews, and Richard Harris.|
|Event notes:||Videotaped in performance at the Shubert Theater, New York, on March 28, 1988.|
|Description:||2 videocassettes (76 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)|
|Contents:||Cassette 1 (ca. 62 min.). Opening speech by Morton Gould, president of ASCAP --
Speech and song "Almost like being in love" by Betty Buckley --
Video excerpt from a PBS tribute to Lerner and Loewe --
Speech and song "They call the wind Mariah" by Richard Kiley --
Speech by Agnes de Mille --
Film excerpt from Gigi, with Maurice Chevalier singing "Thank heaven for little girls" --
Speech by Herman Levin --
Speech and song "If ever I would leave you" by Robert Goulet --
Speech by Kitty Carlisle Hart --
Film excerpt of an interview with Rex Harrison, followed by a film excerpt from My fair lady, with Harrison singing "I've grown accustomed to her face" --
Speech and song "On the street where you live" by Jack Jones --
Speech and piano work by Skitch Henderson --
Film excerpt of Julie Andrews singing "Wouldn't it be loverly" --
Speech and song "Say a prayer for me tonight" by Julie Andrews. Cassette 2 (ca. 14 min.). Speech and song "Camelot" by Richard Harris --
Closing speech by Morton Gould.
|Other Titles:||Celebration of Frederick Loewe|
|Responsibility:||presented and produced by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ; produced and staged by Bill Harbach ; videotape produced by American Audio Visual ; videotape produced and directed by Bruce Sager.|
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988.
- Lerner, Alan Jay, -- 1918-1986.
- Gould, Morton, -- 1913-1996.
- Buckley, Betty.
- Kiley, Richard.
- De Mille, Agnes.
- Chevalier, Maurice, -- 1888-1972.
- Goulet, Robert, -- 1933-2007.
- Carlisle, Kitty, -- 1915-
- Harrison, Rex.
- Jones, Jack, -- 1938-
- Henderson, Skitch, -- 1918-2005.
- Andrews, Julie.
- Harris, Richard, -- 1930-2002.
- American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.
- Memorial service.
- Composers -- United States.
- Carlisle, Kitty, -- 1910-2007.
- United States.