Marvin Hamlisch



Marvin Hamlisch

Rating
Active
1965 to 2012
Born
June 2, 1944 in New York
Died
August 6, 2012
Location
New York, New York, United States
Genres
Pop
Biography
Hamlisch was born in New York City to Viennese Jewish parents. His was a musical family with his father being an accordionist and bandleader. Marvin Hamlisch was something of a child prodigy and by age five he began mimicking music he heard on the radio on the piano. A few months before he turned seven, in 1951, he became the youngest person ever accepted to the Juilliard School. However anxiety issues kept him from pursuing a career as a concert pianist leading him to instead focus on composition, specifically for film and theater.

Top Songs by Marvin Hamlisch


What I Did for Love

by , , A Chorus Line Ensemble & Don Pippin

In a Sentimental Mood

by & Barbra Streisand

Ruby

by & Barbra Streisand

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


The Informant: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Informant: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Marvin Hamlisch December 1, 2017

14 Tracks

A Chorus Line (Backing Tracks)

A Chorus Line (Backing Tracks)

Marvin Hamlisch December 13, 2013

13 Tracks

The Informant!

The Informant!

Marvin Hamlisch August 25, 2009

14 Tracks

The Way We Were

The Way We Were

Marvin Hamlisch April 1, 2008

12 Tracks

The Sting [Soundtrack (25th Anniversary Edition)]

The Sting [Soundtrack (25th Anniversary Edition)]

Marvin Hamlisch January 1, 1974

13 Tracks

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