South Pacific

South Pacific South Pacific has timeless magic as evidenced by the seven Tony Awards for the latest production including Best Musical Revival This deluxe souvenir songbook showcases the revival with full

  • Title: South Pacific
  • Author: Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II
  • ISBN: 9780881888355
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • South Pacific has timeless magic, as evidenced by the seven Tony Awards for the latest production, including Best Musical Revival This deluxe souvenir songbook showcases the 2008 revival, with 11 full color pages including seven pages of production photos plus an article by Ted Chapin, president of the Rodgers Hammerstein Organization Features piano vocal arranSouth Pacific has timeless magic, as evidenced by the seven Tony Awards for the latest production, including Best Musical Revival This deluxe souvenir songbook showcases the 2008 revival, with 11 full color pages including seven pages of production photos plus an article by Ted Chapin, president of the Rodgers Hammerstein Organization Features piano vocal arrangements of 13 songs from the beloved musical Bali Ha i Happy Talk Honey Bun I m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair Some Enchanted Evening There Is Nothin like a Dame This Nearly Was Mine A Wonderful Guy Younger Than Springtime and

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    1. South Pacific has some truly beautiful songs. Seth MacFarlane’s recent version of "This Nearly Was Mine" is one such example of how well the songs work even outside of the musical. In fact, I’d say it’s the music that makes the show so memorable: even people who have never seen the musical or care much for musical theatre likely know some these tunes.Take away the music, though, and the plot leaves something to be desired. Older men / younger women pairings are the key to South Pacific, an [...]

    2. When people hear the word "musical" they tend to think "comedy". I don't know why, although I do, too. And then we're surprised to discover that a musical deals with serious topics. But, if I listed ten off the top of my head, at least half of them would deal with something serious, probably more.Okay:South PacificShowboatWest Side StoryBabes in ArmsA Chorus LineJesus Christ SuperstarThe Wizard of OzWickedL'il AbnerGuys and DollsI get three of those as being actual comedies. Hmmm. I wonder if th [...]

    3. Never really liked this R&H as a kid because it was slow and had themes I didn't really understand. Having watched it as an adult, the racism really surprised me and turned me off of the entire play. "Happy Talk" is about the only song I can take away from it, but since it involves the poor island girl, it is more a bitter sweet thing

    4. A classic musical that explores issues facing fighting men in an entertaining, lyrical, humorous and serious manner wrapped into one. Surprisingly, its stance against racism was extremely forward looking for its time. However, after hearing today of the abject fear and disapproval of Somali refugees in 2016 Minnesota, it appears its message is still as relevant as ever as I write this.

    5. The lyrics to the songs are great; no surprise from Hammerstein. But there's just not a lot of story here.

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