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Gershwin in His Time: A Biographical Scrapbook, 1919-1937
Gregory R. Suriano (ed); Marvin Hamlisch (fr). Chronicles the Gershwin era from virtually the composer’s own perspective. It is essentially a “scrapbook” of articles, reviews, photos, sheet music, posters, & other ephemera, such as George Gershwin himself might have kept. Spotlights the contemporary reactions to the great composer’s enduring works, such As Rhapsody in Blue, an American in Paris, Porgy & Bess, Girl Crazy, the Fred Astaire movie musicals Shall We Dance & A Damsel in Distress, & such unforgettable songs as “Embraceable You,” I’ve Got Rhythm,’”& “Love Is Here to Stay.” Most of Gershwin’s own writings are collected together, exactly as they appeared during the 1920s & 1930s. All illustrations are in color.
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