Lorenz Hart was well known the gay.
But Hart’s lyrics avoided references to homosexuality.
Around this time he looked at his future pessimistic, and had drunk wine every day.
Richard Rogers had always cared about his health.
Unfortunately their relationship had to be desolved for his death.
Music composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Oscar Hammerstein
Then Richard Rogers decided his partnerships with the lyricists Oscar Hammerstein II.
Lorenz Hart died in New York City of pneumonia from exposure on November 22, 1943.
He is buried in Mount Zion Cemetery in Queens County, New York.
Please listen to my favorite song.
Photo above of Lorenz Hart
Trailer of the latest work of Woody Allen has been published in Japan.
About Woody Allen,I posted his work ‘Manhattan’.
In particular, this movie’s title song is very famous.
Today I want to post about the lyricist of this song.
The music was written by Richard Rodgers and the words by Lorenz Hart.
He was born May 2, 1895, died November 22, 1943.
Lorenz Hart (right) with Richard Rodgers in 1936
At Columbia University he and Richard Rodgers began to write songs for a series of amateur and student productions.
Rodgers and Hart subsequently wrote the music and lyrics for 26 Broadway musicals during a more than 20 year partnership.
Next time, I want to post about my favorite songs.