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Hershey Felder

  We hope you enjoyed Hershey Felder’s remarkable story of “America’s Composer.” Were there elements of Berlin’s life story that surprised you? What’s your favorite Irving Berlin song? Will we ever see a songwriter of his caliber and popularity again?   Thanks again for joining us! Please leave your thoughts in the comments.

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By Ryan Walsh When Irving Berlin was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1918, it was front page news all over the country. “Army Takes Berlin” the headlines read, but it wasn’t quite what you might imagine. It turns out that the Army wanted Berlin to play to his strengths, and they sent him straight to the piano to write music that would inspire a nation in crisis. Assigned to a camp on Long Island…

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By David Dower “There’s no business like show business”   For his 1946 musical Annie Get Your Gun, Irving Berlin wrote what has become the unofficial anthem of the American theater: “There’s No Business Like Show Business”. The song is as popular with theater professionals as it is with theater audiences. For those of us who work in “the business of show”, the song fully captures both the grind and the glory we experience every…

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Thank you for joining us for Abe Lincoln’s Piano! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the production.       Did the stories about President Lincoln surprise you? Have you seen Hershey Felder perform before? What is standing out from this performance? Was the music familiar to you?   Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

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