The Sound of Music (1965)
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- "The Sound of Music" music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics
by Oscar Hammerstein, II; book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
- The Story of the Trapp Family Singers by Maria
Augusta Trapp (1949).
- Forever Liesl: A Memoir of The Sound of Music
by Charmian Carr (New York City: Viking Press, 2000).
- The sound of music: the making of America's
favorite movie by Julia Antopol Hirsch (Chicago: Contemporary Books,
- Memories before & after The Sound of Music: an
autobiography by Agathe von Trapp (Franklin, Tenn.: Hillsboro Press,
- Letters to Liesel by Charmian Carr and Jean
A.S. Strauss (Claremont, CA: Arete, 2001).
- The world of the Trapp family by William
Anderson (Davison, MI: Anderson Publications, c1998).
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- Purdum, Todd S. "The Hills Still Resonate."
New York Times (30 May 2005): E1.
- Crowther, Bosley. "'The Sound of Music' Opens
at Rivoli." New York Times (3 March 1965).
- Spence, Martin. "Travel (Austria): Tourist
Trapp" The Guardian (London) (29 Dec. 1990).
- Partridge, Des. "The stalls are alive: What's
the world coming to when A Singalong Sound of Music becomes the
feel-good hit of the year." Courier Mail (Queensland,
Australia) (7 Jul. 2001): M12.
- "Salzburg Sight and Sound" (20th Century-Fox, 1965).
- "The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon" (20th
- "Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies"
(Twentieth Century-Fox and The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization,
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