Rudolf Friml - "Nostalgia" Reminisce With Rudolf Friml album
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of Rose Marie, The Vagabond King, The Three Musketeers and 30 other operettas, died last night at Presbyterian Hospital here. He was 92 years old. In addition to his widow, Mr. Friml, whose three previous marriages were terminated by divorce,is survived by two sons, William and Rudolf J. a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Mauvals of Vacaville, Calif. and six grandchildren. A requiem mass will be offered Thursday morning at Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church in Hollywood. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in nearby Glendale. Songs Stir Nostalgia.
Charles Rudolf Friml was a composer of operettas, musicals, songs and piano pieces, as well as a pianist. After musical training and a brief performing career in his native Prague, Friml moved to the United States, where he became a composer. His best-known works are Rose-Marie and The Vagabond King, each of which enjoyed success on Broadway and in London and were adapted for film.
Rudolf Friml (1879-1972) is best known as the composer of romantic 1920s operettas. Beginning in 1912 he wrote music in different styles for Broadway, and in 1914, along with Irving Berlin and Victor Herbert, he became a charter member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Skilled at evoking far-away times and places through music, Friml als Rudolf Friml (1879-1972) is best known as the composer of romantic 1920s operettas
Rudolf Friml (1879-1972) is best remembered for his romantic 1920s operettas. Born in Prague, where he studied with Dvorak, Friml moved to the United States in 1906 and pursued a career as a concert pianist and composer. Beginning in 1912, he wrote music in different styles for Broadway, and in 1914, he joined Irving Berlin and Victor Herbert as charter members of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
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Moore, Donald Lee Sedaka, N. & Greenfield, H. Boston Music Co. Theodore Presser Co. Don Kirshner Music, Inc. 1954. Lyrics by Brennan, J. Keirn. Yvain, M. Warren, H. Leduona, E. Friml, Rudolf. Deems, T. Worth, Amy Porter, C. Wood, G. Guion, David W. Paxson, Theodore Nevin, Ethelbert Diack, J. Michael Wihtol, . Leoncavallo, R. Price, F. Leo Feist, Inc. BVC, Inc. Edward B. Marks Music Corp. Harms, Inc. J. Fischer & Bro. G. Schirmer, Inc. Carl Fischer, Inc. John Church Co. Kama Co. Gamble Hinge Music Co. 1947.
The Firefly was the first operetta written by composer Rudolf Friml, with a libretto by Otto Harbach. The story concerns a young Italian girl, who is a street singer in New York. She disguises herself and serves as a cabin boy on a ship to Bermuda, where she falls in love. Yesterdays" is a 1933 song about nostalgia composed by Jerome Kern with lyrics by Otto Harbach. They wrote the song for Roberta, a musical based on the novel Gowns by Roberta by Alice Duer Miller. Yesterdays" was overshadowed by the musical's more popular song, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", which was a number one hit for the Paul Whiteman orchestra.
Nostalgia is a sentimentality for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. The word nostalgia is learned formation of a Greek compound, consisting of νόστος (nóstos), meaning "homecoming", a Homeric word, and ἄλγος (álgos), meaning "pain" or "ache", and was coined by a 17th-century medical student to describe the anxieties displayed by Swiss mercenaries fighting away from home
|A4||L'Amour, Toujours, L'Amour||3:20|
|A6||Song Of The Vagabonds||2:15|
|B1||Indian Love Call||4:13|
|B3||Only A Rose||3:14|
|B4||March Of The Musketeers||2:19|
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