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Do You Know the Lyrics to These Rodgers and Hammerstein Songs?
by Gavin Thagard
Al Aumuller, World Telegram staff photographer

"Oh, what a beautiful day..." to take a quiz on the songs of the brilliant duo Rodgers and Hammerstein! Are you a fan of this duo? Could you ace this quiz on the lyrics to some of their greatest songs? Here's your chance to find out! 

Rodgers and Hammerstein changed the face of Broadway and musical theater during their run together. This was, of course, after having successful careers separately before they finally joined forces. When the two finally came together, magic happened on stage, as Rodgers and Hammerstein composed some of the greatest songs in the history of musical theater, songs that are still remembered and sung today. 

In fact, the musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein broke records, won awards and delighted audiences for nearly 20 years as they transformed how musicals were viewed on Broadway. Their success spawned revivals as well as film adaptations of many of their greatest works, showing that their legacy will not soon be forgotten. 

How well do you know the works of Rodgers and Hammerstein? Can you sing all of their songs from "Oh, what a beautiful mornin'" to "Edelweiss"? If you think you can, then take this quiz and show everyone just how much you know about the legends of American musical theater! 

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