book is intended for students and scholars in musical theater, American Studies, and Jewish Studies. It will also be avidly read by fans of musical theater.
Philip Lambert, Professor of Music, Baruch College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Philip Lambert has published widely on twentieth-century music of diverse styles and traditions. His previous books are The Music of Charles Ives (1997), Ives Studies (1997), and Inside the Music of Brian Wilson (2007). He is Professor of Music at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Preface, with a Note on Sources and Acknowledgements
1.: Suave Young Men: Creative Stirrings from Childhood through College
2.: Wonders of Manhattan: Professional Beginnings in New York in the 1950s
3.: Politics and Poker: The Body Beautiful and Fiorello! and the Late 1950s
4.: Little Old New York: Tenderloin and the Early 1960s
5.: To Broadway with Love: She Loves Me and the 1964 World's Fair
6.: Tradition: Fiddler on the Roof
7.: Here in Eden: The Mid-1960s and The Apple Tree
8.: Have You Ever Seen a Prettier Little Congress?: The Late 1960s and The Rothschilds
9.: Topsy Turvy: Separate Paths Since the Early 1970s
Appendix A: Chronology of Bock and Harnick on Broadway
Appendix B: Selected Media Resources