George Feyer - George Feyer Takes You To Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific & Oklahoma! download album
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George Feyer Takes You to Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific & Oklahoma.
The album included the following session artists: Piano. Rodgers & Hammerstein. Track list: Track title. Find mp3 free George Feyer Takes You To Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific & Oklahoma! From The Musical "South Pacific". George Feyer - From The Musical "South Pacific" mp3. A1. George Feyer - Introduction: There Is Nothin' Like A Dame mp3. A2. George Feyer - Bali Ha'i mp3. A3. George Feyer - A Wonderful Guy mp3.
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Audio, Instrumental Album. Richard Rodgers (1255). George Feyer (7). Shortcode.
The script for the musical was written by O. Hammerstein & J. Logan, music belongs to the composer R. Rodgers. These are honorable theater-makers, thanks to the work of which the world has seen a lot of interesting performances, including the legendary ‘Oklahoma!’. Regarding this project particularly, it was partly based on the book by Pulitzer laureate James A. Michener, titled ‘Tales of the South Pacific’. Creation raises a number of topical issues. In particular, the plot pays a lot of attention to racial discrimination, which is one of the main problems of modern society.
George Feyer (Hungary, 27 October 1908 – New York, 21 October 2001) was a classically trained pianist who turned to 'light' music upon graduating, and released a series of top-selling "Echoes o. .records on Vox Records. Feyer was born György Fejér, but westernised his name after leaving Europe. Feher means 'white' in Hungarian, and "Fejér is thus the equivalent of the antiquated spelling of the English name "Whyte".
|From The Musical "South Pacific"|
|A1||Introduction: There Is Nothin' Like A Dame|
|A3||A Wonderful Guy|
|A4||Younger Than Springtime|
|A5||I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair|
|A7||This Nearly Was Mine|
|A8||Some Enchanted Evening|
|A10||Reprise And Finale|
|From The Musical "Oklahoma!"|
|B2||Oh! What A Beautiful Mornin'|
|B3||The Surrey With The Fringe On Top|
|B5||Out Of My Dreams|
|B6||People Will Say We Are In Love|
|B7||Many A New Day|
|B8||Oklahoma! And Finale|
- Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
- Piano – George Feyer
- Written-By – Hammerstein-Rodgers*
|LPM-1731, LPM 1731||George Feyer||George Feyer Takes You To Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific & Oklahoma! (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM-1731, LPM 1731||US||1958|
|LSP-1731||George Feyer : Rodgers & Hammerstein||George Feyer : Rodgers & Hammerstein - South Pacific & Oklahoma! (LP)||RCA Victor||LSP-1731||US||1958|
|LSP-1731||George Feyer||George Feyer Takes You To Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific & Oklahoma! (LP)||RCA Victor||LSP-1731||US||1958|
|RCA 3047||George Feyer : Rodgers & Hammerstein||George Feyer : Rodgers & Hammerstein - South Pacific & Oklahoma! (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||RCA 3047||New Zealand||1958|