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Michele Brourman

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Occupation  Songwriter, Composer

Name  Michele Brourman

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Michele Brourman is an American composer and songwriter who is known for writing the songs to most of the films in Land Before Time series (with Amanda McBroom), as well as the accompanying television series (with Ford Riley). Bourman has also written the songs for sequels Balto II: Wolf Quest and Balto III: Wings of Change and one song for the family film Shiloh.


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Early years

Brourman grew up in Pittsburgh. She told a newspaper reporter, "I was a Broadway brat. I had stacks of original-cast records and memorized the scores of every Broadway show." She majored in composition at Northwestern University and "was thoroughly trained in the classical piano."


Brourman's Broadway credits include being dance composer for Working (musical) (1978).

Personal appearances

Brourman has appeared in person both as an accompanist for artists, including Bob Dylan, Bernadette Peters and Dixie Carter, and as a performer "who sings in a tart pop-buse style reminiscent at times of Maria Muldaur."


Brourman won the Johnny Mercer Award for "Emerging American Songwriters." Her work Dangerous Beauty was one of eight new musicals selected to be presented at the 18th National Alliance for Musical Theatre Annual Festival of New Musicals in New York City in October 2006.


Michele Brourman Wikipedia

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