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David Raksin: an oral history interview with Peggy Mayer Sherry for the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, Weill-Lenya Research Center, Van Nuys, CA, 1991 Oct. 2.

Author: David Raksin; Peggy Meyer Sherry
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English : [Reference copy]
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Kurt Weill's score for the 1945 Twentieth Century Fox release Where do we go from here?; acquaintance with Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya; status of the composer in Hollywood studios in the 1940s; discussion relates to Maurice Abravanel, Bertolt Brecht, Charlie Chaplin, Aaron Copland, Carl Davis, Hanns Eisler, Sam Goldwyn, Fritz Lang, Charles Laughton, Lotte Lenya, Fred MacMurray, Paul McCartney, Jerome Moross, Alfred  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Kurt Weill; Maurice Abravanel; Bertolt Brecht; Charlie Chaplin; Aaron Copland; Carl Davis; Hanns Eisler; Samuel Goldwyn; Fritz Lang; Charles Laughton; Lotte Lenya; Fred MacMurray; Paul McCartney; Jerome Moross; Alfred Newman; William Perlberg; Gregory Ratoff; Morris Ryskind; Kurt Weill
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: David Raksin; Peggy Meyer Sherry
OCLC Number: 152674950
Notes: Includes biographical note and abstract.
Description: transcript 19 p. ; 28 cm. tape: 1 sound cassette : analog, 1 5/16 ips., stereo.

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Kurt Weill's score for the 1945 Twentieth Century Fox release Where do we go from here?; acquaintance with Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya; status of the composer in Hollywood studios in the 1940s; discussion relates to Maurice Abravanel, Bertolt Brecht, Charlie Chaplin, Aaron Copland, Carl Davis, Hanns Eisler, Sam Goldwyn, Fritz Lang, Charles Laughton, Lotte Lenya, Fred MacMurray, Paul McCartney, Jerome Moross, Alfred Newman, William Perlberg, Gregory Ratoff, Morris Ryskind, Kurt Weill.

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