[ US /ˈhæmɝˌstaɪn, ˈhæmɝˌstin/ ]
  1. United States lyricist who collaborated on many musical comedies (most successfully with Richard Rodgers) (1895-1960)
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How To Use Hammerstein In A Sentence

  • Rogers and Hammerstein's musical South Pacific '.
  • The words of Father John A. Conway, S.J. (in the preface to Fr. von Hammerstein's work, "Edgar, or from Atheism to the Full Truth") may well be quoted in this connection: "Who can read the words that teem from the German The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • As the sun glanced through my window, I realized my sense of well-being is definitely engendered by the presence of 3 Rogers and Hammerstein productions in our fair burg.
  • Sondheim questioned if he should write only the lyrics for yet another show, but his mentor Oscar Hammerstein told him it would be valuable experience to write for a star.
  • Songs from the '20s, '30s and '40s represent collaboration with lyricists Oscar Hammerstein II, Ira Gershwin and others.
  • Although the Down East accents of the lyrics are a Hammerstein contrivance, the setting is harshly realistic in ways we tend to forget, perhaps because we usually think of Maine as a scenic travel destination. Out of Our Dreams
  • Sondheim found a mentor, if not a father figure, in Hammerstein, Patinkin said.
  • London Promenade Orchestra, Eric Hammerstein (conductor) - Bailero, from 'Songs of the Auvergne' (Canteloube) 07. 2BakSa.Net
  • Surely, not every Rodgers and Hammerstein production is to be construed as an expression of Jewishness. Jenna Weissman Joselit: What Is Jewish Culture?
  • Instead of concocting tunes for the other guy to chase, why not let him go first, as Hammerstein manifestly preferred, and see what that brings out in me? Keeping up Appearances
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