Alan Jay Lerner


Alan Jay Lerner

Alan Jay Lerner (Nueva York, 31 de agosto de 1918 - ibídem, 14 de junio de 1986) fue un libretista, letrista y guionista estadounidense.

En su carrera ganó tres premios de la Academia, tres premios Tony y dos Globos de Oro. Entre sus obras se encuentra el musical My fair lady.

Obras

Musicales

  • 1942: Life of the party, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1943: What’s up?, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1945: The day before spring, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1947: Brigadoon, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1948: Love life, con Kurt Weill
  • 1951: Paint your wagon, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1956: My fair lady, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1960: Camelot, con Frederick Loewe
  • 1965: On a clear day you can see forever, con Burton Lane
  • 1969: Coco, con André Previn
  • 1971: Lolita, my love, con John Barry
  • 1973: Gigi, basado en la película del mismo nombre (1958), con Frederick Loewe
  • 1976: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, con Leonard Bernstein
  • 1979: Carmelina, con Burton Lane and Joseph Stein
  • 1983: Dance a little closer, con Charles Strouse
  • 1984: My Man Godfrey, inconcluso, con Gerard Kenny

Películas

  • 1951: Royal wedding, letrista.
  • 1951: An american in Paris, escritor.
  • 1954: Brigadoon, letrista.
  • 1958: Gigi, guionista y letrista.
  • 1960: The adventures of Huckleberry Finn, letrista.
  • 1964: My fair lady, guionista y letrista.
  • 1967: Camelot, guionista y letrista.
  • 1969: Paint your wagon, guionista y letrista.
  • 1970: On a clear day you can see forever, guionista y letrista.
  • 1973: The little prince, guionista y letrista.
  • 1980: Tribute, letrista de «It's all for the best».
  • 1984: Secret places, letrista de la canción principal.

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  • Alan Jay Lerner — (* 31. August 1918 in New York City; † 14. Juni 1986 ebenda) war ein US amerikanischer Autor und Liedtexter des Great American Songbook. Er arbeitete mit Frederick Loewe zusammen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Wirken 2 Musicals …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Alan Jay Lerner — Infobox Actor name = Alan Jay Lerner birthdate = birth date|1918|8|31 birthplace = New York City, New York deathdate = death date and age|1986|6|14|1918|8|31 deathplace = New York City, New York spouse = Ruth Boyd (1940 1947) Marion Bell (1947… …   Wikipedia

  • Alan Jay Lerner — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Lerner. Alan Jay Lerner Données clés Naissance 31 août 1918 New York …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Alan Jay Lerner — ➡ Lerner and Loewe * * * …   Universalium

  • Alan Jay Lerner — noun United States lyricist who collaborated on musicals with Frederick Loewe (1918 1986) • Syn: ↑Lerner • Instance Hypernyms: ↑lyricist, ↑lyrist …   Useful english dictionary

  • Alan Jay Lerner — n. (1918 1986) U.S. lyricist playwright and librettist …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Alan J. Lerner — Alan Jay Lerner (* 31. August 1918 in New York City; † 14. Juni 1986 ebenda) war ein US amerikanischer Autor und Liedtexter des Great American Songbook. Er arbeitete mit Frederick Loewe zusammen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Wirken 2 Music …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • LERNER, ALAN JAY — (1918–1986), U.S. lyric writer and librettist who collaborated in several successful musicals. Lerner was born in New York and wrote for advertising agencies and radio before teaming up with the composer, Frederick Loewe. Their first hit was the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lerner,Alan Jay — Ler·ner (lûrʹnər), Alan Jay. 1918 1986. American playwright and lyricist. He wrote a number of musicals with the composer Frederick Loewe, including Brigadoon (1947) and My Fair Lady (1956). * * * …   Universalium

  • Lerner, Alan Jay — born Aug. 31, 1918, New York, N.Y., U.S. died June 14, 1986, New York City U.S. librettist and lyricist. Born to a prosperous retailing family, he studied at Juilliard and Harvard. He wrote more than 500 radio scripts between 1940 and 1942, the… …   Universalium


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