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Marvin Hamlisch, 68, remembered by theater collaborators
Marvin Hamlisch, 68, remembered by theater collaborators

Marvin Hamlisch, who died Monday in Los Angeles at 68, was one of the most honored composers in the theater world, and one of the hardest working. From his songs for "A Chorus Line," which opened in 1975 and ran on Broadway for close to 15 years, to his most recent score for "The Nutty Professor," which debuted in Nashville in July, Hamlisch never seemed to put his pen down. He moved with impressive alacrity between composing jobs and conducting appearances with pops orchestras around the country.  Carole Bayer Sager worked with Hamlisch on several projects, including the musical "They're Playing Our Song," which was based on their personal...

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