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  • Hamlisch's uninspired score doesn't sound like the composer of "A Chorus Line."

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  • In general, it reminds me of Hamlisch's Scott Joplin score for The Sting 1973, although Borsalino predates it. ...

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  • As rock worked it's way onto Broadway stages (mostly with dazzling failure), the inevitable counter-movement led by Sondheim and especially Hamlisch's "A Chorus Line" (1975) continued to expand on the traditional Broadway sound, while also experimenting with extended forms and lyrics that tended to be more specific than those of the past.

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  • "The Informant!" was a comedy, however, a genre that is notoriously divisive, and Hamlisch's approach was designed to goose the laughs by playing against the surface of the film's scenes.

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  • He returned to Hamlisch's music in the second half of the program with three songs from

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  • At a press conference in Toronto, Soderbergh marveled at Hamlisch's dedication.

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  • At the heart of it is Hamlisch's music, timeless, as evidenced the other night on "The Colbert Report," when Christine Ebersole sang "What I Did for Love" as a parodic send-off for the Bush administration.

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  • Rich mentioned several of Hamlisch's other shows, but he focused on the iconic "A Chorus Line," which he said we tend to take for granted, "it's such a Broadway brand, such a seamless creation."

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  • As important as Hamlisch's score is Whitacre's voice-over narration, delivered by Damon in a chirpy stream-of-consciousness that pings crazily from corn chemistry to Japanese sex fetishes to the relative merits of Oscar de la Renta and Brioni ties.

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  • Under Hamlisch's leadership, the National Symphony Orchestra Pops season is marked by a wide variety of musical forms - jazz, Broadway musicals, oldies, and more - and a distinctive mixture of major artists and emerging talents.

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