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CAROUSELS
CAROUSEL STORE
HORSE
CAROUSEL HORSE
MUSIC
CLASSIC
MUSICAL CAROUSEL
CAROUSEL FIGURINE
CAROUSEL ANIMALS
RING
CARVING
PLAYS
RIDE
RESTORATION
CAROUSEL FIGURES
CAROUSEL
ROTATING CAROUSEL
FIRST MUSICALS
CAROUSEL BARKER
BILLY BIGELOW
CAREER
VERSION
FEATURES
MEMBERS
CONDUCTOR
WRITING
POEMS
STARRING
SIX TIMES
SOCIAL ISSUES
SCORE
MUSICAL
SOUTH PACIFIC
VERTICAL AXIS
PLOT SYNOPSIS
MUSICAL PLAY
PLAY
COACHES
PRODUCTION
BROADWAY
OKLAHOMA
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN
CARMEN JONES
BILLY
JULIE
RODGERS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. The Carousel is a cute replica of a funfair Carousel with three hand-blown horses in it.
  2. A carousel is an amusement ride consisting of a rotating platform with seats for passengers.
  3. Carousel is a new way to browse the Tate collection developed in collaboration with BT.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.

Carousels

  1. The side of the carousel facing the audience is known as the -romance- side. (Web site)
  2. A touch sends the carousel spinning, shimmering with gold-plated highlights. (Web site)
  3. The carousel has tapirs, elephants, rhinos, and peacocks made, not of fiberglass, but of wood. (Web site)
  4. The carousel revolves around a stationary center pole made of metal or wood. (Web site)
  5. Part of a series of carousel inspired creations waiting to remind you of Spring's promise everyday.

Carousel Store

  1. The Carousel Store Gift Certificate is the FASTEST and BEST way to give a carousel lover a gift this year. (Web site)
  2. Started in 2001, The Carousel Store™ is a family owned business specializing in preserving and memorializing the American Carousel Tradition. (Web site)

Horse

  1. The jewels of the carousel have always been the horses. (Web site)
  2. Stein & Goldstein carousel horse brought $85,600 at auction. (Web site)
  3. Aluminum horses attached to a "Coca Cola" base are NOT carousel horses. (Web site)
  4. A carousel horse with emerald stone on a black marble base by bronze sculptor, Joseph Addotta.
  5. CLEARANCE CORNER: Limited edition (to 15000 pieces) carousel horse, hand-painted with realistic details.

Carousel Horse

  1. We purchased this hand-carved wooden carousel horse about seven years ago from an antiques dealer; we paid $75.
  2. Gifts & Collectibles - offers angels, bears, carousel horses, clowns, dolls, figurines, miniatures, snowglobes, jewelry, and handmade crafts. (Web site)
  3. God Bless America! This gorgeous, beautifully hand-painted miniature carousel rocking horse is one of the nicest we have seen in this price range.
  4. This offering is for a lovely resin music box in the shape of a carousel rocking horse.
  5. Carved wooden carousel horses, chariots, and menagerie figures were the ungainly remnants of turn-of-the-century amusement parks.

Music

  1. This video shows you how to carve your own carousel horse!Beautiful carousel music on CDs and cassette tapes.
  2. But first I think “Carousel” has some of the most beautiful music ever written.
  3. Finally, a huge selection of gorgeously styled table top carousel music box figurines.
  4. The horses rise and descend as they travel around the carousel, accompanied by music that brings back childhood memories of fairgrounds and circuses. (Web site)

Classic

  1. The World's Fair Carousel is a detailed version of a classic Carousel.
  2. Animated music box is a detailed replica version of a classic carousel.
  3. Book Description: Painted Ponies is the classic book of antique carousel art. (Web site)
  4. The Americana Carousel is a nice hand-pained version of a classic merry-go-round with a gentle motion and medium speeds.

Musical Carousel

  1. This Thomas Kinkade musical carousel from Ardleigh Elliott lights up and has six handcrafted and hand-painted carousel horses that bob up and down.
  2. Carousel Egg (Carousel Figurines) Intricate detailing and genuine Swarovski crystals embellish this magnificent musical carousel.
  3. Low price guarantee. theinteriorgallery.com Carousel Horse Music Boxes and Figurines Animated and musical carousels.

Carousel Figurine

  1. These are collectible Precious Moments Carousel Figurines that were originally offered by Avon several years ago at a price of $9.95 each.
  2. You are bidding on a hard-to-find carousel figurine.
  3. To see a listing of all Carousel Figurines click here. (Web site)

Carousel Animals

  1. Repair and restoration of carousel animals.
  2. Carousel animals, band organs, and carousel trim restored and painted. Conservation of original paint; historic restorations of surfaces.
  3. Carousel animals, Native American artifacts, fossils and minerals, beaded jewelry. (Web site)

Ring

  1. MS. SCHERR: The Carousel ring has a spring-triggered rotating center. Snap the small lever to activate the merry-go-round. (Web site)
  2. Lori discuss the history of the carousel including how to identify the lead horse and the beginnings of the phrase Catching the Brass Ring.

Carving

  1. Lawrence R. Pefferly Studio - Specializing in custom carousel carving and animal carving.
  2. Carousel Magic - Offers new and restored carousel manufacturing, restoring, carving, carving kits, and accessories.
  3. Offers new and restored carousel manufacturing, restoring, carving, carving kits, and accessories. Includes history, links, and gallery. (Web site)

Plays

  1. Full of fun and whimsy, this beautiful carousel ornament plays a melodious tune. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Ride

  1. Carousel In The Country" by Robert Sherman 1982, inspired by the carousel ride in the musical film " Mary Poppins ".
  2. Ride a painted pony at San Francisco Zoo, this carousel by master carver Marcus Illions is a classic.
  3. 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).
  4. The Rocket Ride Carousel is a reproduction of the vintage ride that your parents or grandparents may have enjoyed.
  5. It was said a Herschell steam-driven carousel "took a cowboy to ride it," and maybe its horses were inspired by the devil himself.

Restoration

  1. Carousel horse restoration.

Carousel Figures

  1. Restoration of carousel figures and related items.
  2. Authentic wooden carousel figures are NEVER carved of solid wood. (Web site)
  3. Conservation and restoration of carousel figures, rocking horses, and cigar store figures. References furnished.
  4. Authentic antique wooden carousel figures were never "signed and dated" by their carvers. (Web site)

Carousel

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Cover of cast album from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Carousel,’ which first opened on Broadway in April 1945. (Web site)
  4. Carousel band organs, piano nickelodeons, antique reed organs, and calliopes restored.
  5. Frosted, sculptured spirited dolphins swim around a spun glass carousel with a pink mirrored base. (Web site)

Rotating Carousel

  1. 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.

First Musicals

  1. Carousel was innovative for its time, being one of the first musicals to contain a tragic plot.

Carousel Barker

  1. 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.

Billy Bigelow

  1. In this film, a carousel barker named Billy Bigelow falls for a young girl named Julie, and they later elope together.
  2. Gordon Macrae is the carousel barker, Billy Bigelow, who falls in love with the lovely millworker, Julie Jordan, portrayed by the talented Shirley Jones. (Web site)

Career

  1. Jones will perform songs from "Carousel," "The Music Man" and other famous roles spanning her career.

Version

  1. In this version, Liliom slaps Julie onscreen; in the original stage versions of both Liliom and Carousel he is never shown doing this. (Web site)

Features

  1. Clipper Magazine Stadium also features a carousel for children and a display that provides information about Lancaster's baseball history.

Members

  1. There will be an audience Talkback with members of the Long Wharf Theatre artistic staff after every performance of Carousel.

Conductor

  1. Conductor and music supervisor Alfred Newman led the orchestra for both "Carousel" and "The King and I", and won for the latter film.
  2. 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.

Writing

  1. 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.

Poems

  1. Carousel, on the other hand, was a sequence of poems that was written over a concentrated period: three months.

Starring

  1. Jan Clayton is also dynamite as Magnolia, fresh from starring alongside John Raitt in the original B'way production of Carousel. (Web site)

Six Times

  1. Porgy and Bess tops a list which includes Carousel, She Loves Me, and The Wiz, which he saw six times. (Web site)

Social Issues

  1. Some of these social issues in "Carousel" included death, murder, suicide, religion, and spousal abuse.

Score

  1. The score of "Carousel" is probably one the greatest ever composed for the musical theatre. (Web site)
  2. 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.

Musical

  1. Their next musical was Carousel, based on Liliom, a Hungarian play by Ferenc Molnár that had been translated by Hart. (Web site)

South Pacific

  1. Carousel and South Pacific then set the standard for decades to come by pioneering a musical where story is all-important.

Vertical Axis

  1. A carousel provides rotation about a vertical axis.

Plot Synopsis

  1. Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel - Plot synopsis, song list, and MIDI files for Carousel. (Web site)

Musical Play

  1. 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. (Web site)

Play

  1. In Carousel, Billy Bigelow has met Bascombe much earlier during the play. (Web site)
  2. In particular, I love the story about Frank Sinatra and how he was in the running to play the main part in Carousel.

Coaches

  1. In what has become known as Roddick's " carousel of coaches," the tennis star fired his coach, Dean Goldfine, in February for whatever reasons. (Web site)
  2. 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.

Production

  1. The production was a transfer of the 1992 RNT production of Carousel. (Web site)

Broadway

  1. On April 19, 1945, crowds gathered outside New York's Majestic Theatre for the opening night of Carousel on Broadway.

Oklahoma

  1. She starred as wholesome characters in a number of well-known musical films, such as Oklahoma!, Carousel, and The Music Man. (Web site)

Oscar Hammerstein

  1. Carousel - Brief history of the musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, plus links to cast albums and sheet music. (Web site)

Carmen Jones

  1. Decca soon began recording every hit musical that came along including Carmen Jones, Carousel, and Annie Get Your Gun.

Billy

  1. Carousel began as a Broadway musical, with John Raitt in the part of Billy. (Web site)
  2. 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.
  3. It is the story of Billy, a carnival barker for a carousel owned by the tough, street-wise Mrs. (Web site)

Julie

  1. In Carousel, Linzman becomes Mr. Bascombe, the wealthy owner of the cotton mill at which Julie once worked. (Web site)
  2. Billy worked at the carnival as a carousel barker, which is where he met Julie.
  3. 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"). (Web site)

Rodgers

  1. 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.

Categories

  1. Hammerstein
  2. Rodgers
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  4. Plot Synopsis
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