Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II might be well known for such numbers as "People Will Say We're In Love" and "Happy Talk", but they were also rather astute businessmen. They started the Rogers & Hammerstein Organization in 1944, and today the organization represents works by those two tunesmiths, and others of their ilk such as Jerome Kern, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Sheldon Harnick. On the organization's homepage, visitors will find sections that include "Shows", "Songs", "Concerts", and "Gallery". In the "Shows" area, visitors can look up information about the shows the organization represents, along with information about obtaining performance rights. Moving on, the "Songs" section contains information about the songs represented by the organization, and they can be searched via a small search engine and an alphabetical listing. Finally, the "Gallery" area contains photographs and other ephemera from shows from "A Christmas Carol" to "Wings".


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