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- The Carousel is a cute replica of a funfair Carousel with three hand-blown horses in it.
- A carousel is an amusement ride consisting of a rotating platform with seats for passengers.
- Carousel is a new way to browse the Tate collection developed in collaboration with BT.
- Carousel is a 1945 stage musical by Richard Rodgers (music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (book and lyrics) that was adapted from Ferenc Molnar's play Liliom.
- Carousel is a Rodgers & Hammerstein production, and like all of their classic productions, it's rich with music and dance, and the singing is excellent.
- The side of the carousel facing the audience is known as the -romance- side.
- A touch sends the carousel spinning, shimmering with gold-plated highlights.
- The carousel has tapirs, elephants, rhinos, and peacocks made, not of fiberglass, but of wood.
- The carousel revolves around a stationary center pole made of metal or wood.
- Part of a series of carousel inspired creations waiting to remind you of Spring's promise everyday.
- The Carousel Store Gift Certificate is the FASTEST and BEST way to give a carousel lover a gift this year.
- Started in 2001, The Carousel Store™ is a family owned business specializing in preserving and memorializing the American Carousel Tradition.
- The jewels of the carousel have always been the horses.
- Stein & Goldstein carousel horse brought $85,600 at auction.
- Aluminum horses attached to a "Coca Cola" base are NOT carousel horses.
- A carousel horse with emerald stone on a black marble base by bronze sculptor, Joseph Addotta.
- CLEARANCE CORNER: Limited edition (to 15000 pieces) carousel horse, hand-painted with realistic details.
- We purchased this hand-carved wooden carousel horse about seven years ago from an antiques dealer; we paid $75.
- Gifts & Collectibles - offers angels, bears, carousel horses, clowns, dolls, figurines, miniatures, snowglobes, jewelry, and handmade crafts.
- God Bless America! This gorgeous, beautifully hand-painted miniature carousel rocking horse is one of the nicest we have seen in this price range.
- This offering is for a lovely resin music box in the shape of a carousel rocking horse.
- Carved wooden carousel horses, chariots, and menagerie figures were the ungainly remnants of turn-of-the-century amusement parks.
- This video shows you how to carve your own carousel horse!Beautiful carousel music on CDs and cassette tapes.
- But first I think “Carousel” has some of the most beautiful music ever written.
- Finally, a huge selection of gorgeously styled table top carousel music box figurines.
- The horses rise and descend as they travel around the carousel, accompanied by music that brings back childhood memories of fairgrounds and circuses.
- The World's Fair Carousel is a detailed version of a classic Carousel.
- Animated music box is a detailed replica version of a classic carousel.
- Book Description: Painted Ponies is the classic book of antique carousel art.
- The Americana Carousel is a nice hand-pained version of a classic merry-go-round with a gentle motion and medium speeds.
- This Thomas Kinkade musical carousel from Ardleigh Elliott lights up and has six handcrafted and hand-painted carousel horses that bob up and down.
- Carousel Egg (Carousel Figurines) Intricate detailing and genuine Swarovski crystals embellish this magnificent musical carousel.
- Low price guarantee. theinteriorgallery.com Carousel Horse Music Boxes and Figurines Animated and musical carousels.
- These are collectible Precious Moments Carousel Figurines that were originally offered by Avon several years ago at a price of $9.95 each.
- You are bidding on a hard-to-find carousel figurine.
- To see a listing of all Carousel Figurines click here.
- Repair and restoration of carousel animals.
- Carousel animals, band organs, and carousel trim restored and painted. Conservation of original paint; historic restorations of surfaces.
- Carousel animals, Native American artifacts, fossils and minerals, beaded jewelry.
- MS. SCHERR: The Carousel ring has a spring-triggered rotating center. Snap the small lever to activate the merry-go-round.
- Lori discuss the history of the carousel including how to identify the lead horse and the beginnings of the phrase Catching the Brass Ring.
- Lawrence R. Pefferly Studio - Specializing in custom carousel carving and animal carving.
- Carousel Magic - Offers new and restored carousel manufacturing, restoring, carving, carving kits, and accessories.
- Offers new and restored carousel manufacturing, restoring, carving, carving kits, and accessories. Includes history, links, and gallery.
- Full of fun and whimsy, this beautiful carousel ornament plays a melodious tune.
- The romantic carousel is a perfect theme to showcase the design talent and painting sill of G. DeBrekht artisans. This item rotates as a musical theme plays.
- Carousel In The Country" by Robert Sherman 1982, inspired by the carousel ride in the musical film " Mary Poppins ".
- Ride a painted pony at San Francisco Zoo, this carousel by master carver Marcus Illions is a classic.
- Example: On the carousel at Valleyfair amusement park, the rider on the outside horse is 6.4 meters from the center of the ride (axis of rotation).
- The Rocket Ride Carousel is a reproduction of the vintage ride that your parents or grandparents may have enjoyed.
- It was said a Herschell steam-driven carousel "took a cowboy to ride it," and maybe its horses were inspired by the devil himself.
- Carousel horse restoration.
- Restoration of carousel figures and related items.
- Authentic wooden carousel figures are NEVER carved of solid wood.
- Conservation and restoration of carousel figures, rocking horses, and cigar store figures. References furnished.
- Authentic antique wooden carousel figures were never "signed and dated" by their carvers.
- As recent revivals of Show Boat, Oklahoma!, Carousel, and The King and I in London and New York, show, Hammerstein could be very tough-minded indeed.
- Mrs. Mullin, owner of the carousel, arrives and tells Julie never to return to the carousel because Julie let Billy put his arm around her during the ride.
- Cover of cast album from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Carousel,’ which first opened on Broadway in April 1945.
- Carousel band organs, piano nickelodeons, antique reed organs, and calliopes restored.
- Frosted, sculptured spirited dolphins swim around a spun glass carousel with a pink mirrored base.
- Instead of taking their opening cue from the joy of a rotating carousel, Hytner chose to begin in the textile factory where Julie and Carrie work.
- Carousel was innovative for its time, being one of the first musicals to contain a tragic plot.
- Famed ballet dancer Jacque D'Ambois dances the part of a carousel barker, using dancers to form a magical impression of a carousel and horses.
- In this film, a carousel barker named Billy Bigelow falls for a young girl named Julie, and they later elope together.
- Gordon Macrae is the carousel barker, Billy Bigelow, who falls in love with the lovely millworker, Julie Jordan, portrayed by the talented Shirley Jones.
- Jones will perform songs from "Carousel," "The Music Man" and other famous roles spanning her career.
- In this version, Liliom slaps Julie onscreen; in the original stage versions of both Liliom and Carousel he is never shown doing this.
- Clipper Magazine Stadium also features a carousel for children and a display that provides information about Lancaster's baseball history.
- There will be an audience Talkback with members of the Long Wharf Theatre artistic staff after every performance of Carousel.
- Conductor and music supervisor Alfred Newman led the orchestra for both "Carousel" and "The King and I", and won for the latter film.
- It is said that one of the composer's bedmates, appearing in a revival of "Carousel," had a debate with her conductor about the tempo of a song.
- In March 1945, after a year of planning, writing and workshopping, Carousel began out-of-town tryouts in New Haven, followed by a three-week run in Boston.
- Carousel, on the other hand, was a sequence of poems that was written over a concentrated period: three months.
- Jan Clayton is also dynamite as Magnolia, fresh from starring alongside John Raitt in the original B'way production of Carousel.
- Porgy and Bess tops a list which includes Carousel, She Loves Me, and The Wiz, which he saw six times.
- Some of these social issues in "Carousel" included death, murder, suicide, religion, and spousal abuse.
- The score of "Carousel" is probably one the greatest ever composed for the musical theatre.
- By score, I didn't really mean the orchestration (which I tend to view as something else entirely), which in the case of Carousel was by Don Walker.
- Their next musical was Carousel, based on Liliom, a Hungarian play by Ferenc Molnár that had been translated by Hart.
- Carousel and South Pacific then set the standard for decades to come by pioneering a musical where story is all-important.
- A carousel provides rotation about a vertical axis.
- Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel - Plot synopsis, song list, and MIDI files for Carousel.
- However, many elements of Liliom are retained faithfully in Carousel, an unusual step in the 1940s for a musical play based on such a serious drama.
- In Carousel, Billy Bigelow has met Bascombe much earlier during the play.
- In particular, I love the story about Frank Sinatra and how he was in the running to play the main part in Carousel.
- In what has become known as Roddick's " carousel of coaches," the tennis star fired his coach, Dean Goldfine, in February for whatever reasons.
- Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman discuss which coaches are on the hot seat and with some marquee jobs opening up it could trigger a coaching carousel.
- The production was a transfer of the 1992 RNT production of Carousel.
- On April 19, 1945, crowds gathered outside New York's Majestic Theatre for the opening night of Carousel on Broadway.
- She starred as wholesome characters in a number of well-known musical films, such as Oklahoma!, Carousel, and The Music Man.
- Carousel - Brief history of the musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, plus links to cast albums and sheet music.
- Decca soon began recording every hit musical that came along including Carmen Jones, Carousel, and Annie Get Your Gun.
- Carousel began as a Broadway musical, with John Raitt in the part of Billy.
- The 1967 ABC-TV teleplay of Carousel, starring the affable Robert Goulet as Billy and directed by Paul Bogart, received a much more positive response.
- It is the story of Billy, a carnival barker for a carousel owned by the tough, street-wise Mrs.
- In Carousel, Linzman becomes Mr. Bascombe, the wealthy owner of the cotton mill at which Julie once worked.
- Billy worked at the carnival as a carousel barker, which is where he met Julie.
- Carrie presses Julie for information about the carousel ride with Billy, but Julie is reticent about the encounter ("You're a Queer One, Julie Jordan").
- The beautiful thing about a work of Carousel 's maturity is, of course, the number of layers resting inside Rodgers and Hammerstein's original frame.
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