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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Rodgers; Lorenz Hart; George Hirst; Dick Foran; Vivienne Segal; Julie Warren; Chester Stratton; Vera-Ellen; Ray Sinatra; Shirley Ross; Harry Sosnik; Hildegarde
|Notes:||Excerpts from the 1940-1943 musicals.
Program notes by Bert Fink and Brian Drutman (15 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||A Connecticut Yankee: sung by Vivienne Segal, Dick Foran, Julie Warren, Chester Stratton, and Vera-Ellen ; with orchestra, George Hirst, conductor. Higher and higher: sung by Shirley Ross ; with orchestra, Ray Sinatra, conductor. By Jupiter: sung by Hildegarde ; with orchestra, Harry Sosnik, conductor.|
|Production notes:||A Connecticut Yankee: recorded Dec. 22, 1943, and Jan. 23, 1944 ; originally released June 29, 1944, as LP on Decca DA 367 ; Higher and higher: recorded March 2, 1940 ; originally released April 1940 as LP on Decca DA 3066 and 3067 ; By Jupiter: recorded June 9, 1942 ; originally released June 1942 as LP on Decca DA 326.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||A Connecticut Yankee. Overture (3:18) --
My heart stood still (3:24) --
Thou swell (3:00) --
On a desert island with thee (3:14) --
To keep my love alive (6:48) --
Can't you do a friend a favor? (3:04) --
I feel at home with you (2:56) --
You always love the same girl (3:16) --
Finale (3:15). Higher and higher. Nothing but you (2:19) --
Ev'ry Sunday afternoon (2:38) --
From another world (2:44) --
It never entered my mind (3:13). By Jupiter. Careless rhapsody (3:09) --
Jupiter forbid (2:51) --
Ev'rything I've got (3:00) --
Nobody's heart (2:40).
|Other Titles:||Connecticut Yankee.|
|Responsibility:||[music by Richard Rodgers ; lyrics by Lorenz Hart].|