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New York, New York, USA
Claim to Fame
Composer of A Chorus Line, The Sting, Ordinary People, Starting Over
Stage & Screen, Piano
Stage & Screen, Pop/Rock, Easy Listening, Show Tunes, Instrumental Pop, Soft Rock, Film Music, Original Score, Musical Theater, Soundtracks, Movie Themes, Classical
Whimsical, Amiable/Good-Natured, Happy, Rousing, Sentimental, Fun, Dramatic, Nostalgic, Melancholy, Poignant, Plaintive, Reflective, Elegant, Sophisticated, Sad, Somber
Guitar, Piano, Composer
Soundtrack, Composer, Music Department
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Marvin Hamlisch composed scores for the Broadway show A Chorus Line and the films The Sting and The Way We Were, among his many other musical achievements. Hamlisch entered the Juilliard School of Music at the precocious age of seven, and by his 21st birthday he had written the pop hit "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" for Lesley Gore. In the late 1960s he went Hollywood, establishing himself with scores for the Woody Allen hits Take the Money and Run (1969) and Bananas (1971). The 1970s became his most spectacular decade. In 1973 he won two Oscars for his work on the Robert Redford-Barbra Streisand film The Way We Were (best dramatic score and best song) and a third for the Redford-Paul Newman film The Sting (best song score or adaptation). In 1975 he wrote the score to A Chorus Line, the legendary smash musical which won the Pulitzer Prize and ran on Broadway for 15 years and over 6,000 shows. Witty and cheerful, Hamlisch also became a regular presence on the TV talk circuit. In later years has served as a conductor for various pops orchestras, including a long-running regular gig with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and has continued to score films and television shows. Hamlisch has won Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Awards. His 1992 biography was titled The Way I Was.
With Carol Bayer Sager, Hamlisch co-wrote "Nobody Does it Better," the theme to the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. The tune was a hit for singer Carly Simon.
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Juilliard School of Music (attended 1951-64), BA Music, Queens College New York
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Marvin Frederick Hamlisch (June 2, 1944 – August 6, 2012) was an American composer and conductor. He is one of twelve people to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony (also known as an EGOT). He is one of ten people to win three or more Oscars in one night and the only one other than a director or screenwriter to do so. He is one of only two people to have won those four prizes and a Pulitzer Prize (Richard Rodgers is the other). Hamlisch also won two Golden Globes.
Place of Death
Los Angeles, California, USA
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1965–2012 Official website: http://www.marvinhamlisch.us
Full Name at Birth
Marvin Frederick Hamlisch
Professional Children's School, Manhattan, NY
Cause of Death
Respiratory arrest caused by anoxic brain encephalopathy and hypertension
Music Genre (Text)
Musical theatre · Film music · Pops
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