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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gertrude Lawrence; Yul Brynner; Frederick Dvonch; Leonard W Joy; Ray Noble; Richard Rodgers; Kurt Weill; Cole Porter
|Notes:||Excerpts from musical shows.
Title from container spine.
Program notes and biographical notes on the performer by Patrick O'Connor ( p.) inserted in container.
|Credits:||Produced by Roger Beardsley.|
|Performer(s):||Gertrude Lawrence, Yul Brynner (1st work) vocals ; various orchestras ; Frederick Dvonch (1st work), Leonard Joy (2nd work), Ray Noble (3rd work), conductors.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in 1951 (1st work); Feb. 23, 1941 (2nd work); Oct. 11 & 18, 1933 (3rd work).|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||The king and I. Overture (3:26) ; I whistle a happy tune (2:56) --
My lord and master (2:10) ; Hello young lovers (3:11) ; March of the Siamese children (3:19) ; A puzzlement (3:35) ; Getting to know you (3:31) ; We kiss in the shadow (3:30) ; Shall I tell you what I think of you (3:28) ; Something wonderful (2:39) ; I have dreamed (3:30) ; Shall we dance (2:55) / Rodgers & Hammerstein --
Lady in the dark. My ship (3:01) ; Jenny (3:19) ; This is new (2:57) ; One life to live (2:36) ; Glamour music (3:09) ; Princess of pure delight (3:11) / Weill ; Gershwin --
Nymph errant. The physician (3:04) ; Experiment (2:42) ; How could we be wrong? (3:01) ; It's bad for me (3:21) ; Nymph errant (2:02) / Porter.
|Other Titles:||King and I.
Lady in the dark.