Rodgers & Hammerstein - Oklahoma album FLAC
Oklahoma (Rodgers and Hammerstein song). Oklahoma" is the title song from the Broadway musical Oklahoma!, named for the setting of the musical play. The music and lyrics were written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. The melody is reprised in the main title of the 1955 film version and in the overtures of both film and musical productions.
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Rodgers and hammerstein's oklahoma! Hugh jackman royal national theatre. Introduced byColumbia Records in 1948, it was soon adopted as a new standard by the entire record industry. Condition: Album Cover & Vinyl grading listed in "Item Specifics" above. Rodgers and hammerstein's theatre guild musical play oklahoma vinyl lp 1955 decc.
Oklahoma" is the title song from the Broadway musical Oklahoma!, named for the setting of the musical play. In 1953, the Oklahoma legislature chose it as the state song of Oklahoma, replacing a less well-known song, "Oklahoma - A Toast", that had been adopted in 1935.