Cinema Italiano – ShowTrax CD Sheet Music

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From Nine. Composed by Maury Yeston. Arranged by Mac Huff. Pop Choral Series. Broadway, Italian, Movies, Show Choir. CD only. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.8202663).

  • Artist: Maury Yeston
  • Instruments: Choral, Horn Ensemble, Rhythm
  • Format: CD only
  • Genre: Broadway, Italian, Movies, Show Choir
  • Lead Time: 3 to 5 business days
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard

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Maury Yeston (born October 23, 1945) is an American composer, lyricist, educator and musicologist.
He is known as the initiator of new Broadway musicals and writing their music and lyrics, as well as a classical orchestral composer, Yale University professor, and prominent Music Theorist authoring landmark works in that field. Among his musicals are Nine in 1982, and Titanic in 1997, both of which won him Tony Awards for best musical and best score and each brought him nominations for a Grammy in addition to his third Grammy nomination for Nine’s revival in 2004. He also won two Drama Desk Awards for Nine, and was nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for two of his new songs in the film version of Nine. Yeston also wrote a significant amount of the music and most of the lyrics to Broadway’s Grand Hotel in 1989, which was Tony-nominated for best show, best score and another two Drama Desk Awards for music and lyrics and ran more than a thousand performances. His musical version of the novel The Phantom of the Opera entitled Phantom has appeared in over 1,000 productions worldwide, across America, Japan, Korea, the UK, Germany, Poland, Australia, and other countries. He has also written a number of other Off-Broadway musicals, including Death Takes a Holiday, nominated for eleven Drama Desk Awards; December Songs, a classical crossover song cycle commissioned by Carnegie Hall for its centennial celebration; An American Cantata (a three-movement choral symphony commissioned by the Kennedy Center for the Millennium celebration); Tom Sawyer: A Ballet in Three Acts – a full length story-ballet commissioned by the Kansas City Ballet for the opening of the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City; a Cello Concerto, premiered by Yo-Yo Ma with Sir Gilbert Levine conducting and other pieces.