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Original cast! The forties. Part two.

Author: Metropolitan Opera Guild.
Publisher: [New York] : Metropolitan Opera Guild : Manufactured by RCA Special Products, ℗1993.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English

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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Original cast recordings
Popular music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Metropolitan Opera Guild.
OCLC Number: 30350446
Notes: Compiled by the Metropolitan Opera Guild.
Consists of previously released material.
Program notes by producer Paul Gruber, details of the recordings, and bibliography (82 p. : ill.) laid in container.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Recorded 1946-1978.
Description: 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: disc 1. St. Louis woman. I had myself a true love (June Hawkins) ; Legalize my name (Pearl Bailey) ; Come rain or come shine (Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas) --
Lute song. Mountain high, valley low (Mary Martin) --
Call me mister. The red ball express (Lawrence Winters) ; South America, take it away (Betty Garrett) --
Annie get your gun. Moonshine lullaby ; I got lost in his arms (Ethel Merman) ; Anything you can do (Ethel Merman, Ray Middleton) ; I got the sun in the morning (Mary Martin) --
Around the world in eighty days. Pipe dreaming (Larry Lawrence) --
Street scene. Opening ; Ain't it awful, the heat? (Company) ; Lonely house (Brian Sullivan) --
Finian's rainbow. How are things in Glocca Morra? (Ella Logan) ; Old devil moon (Ella Logan, Donald Richards) ; When I'm not near the girl I love (David Wayne) --
High button shoes. Papa, won't you dance with me? (Nanette Fabray, Jack McCauley) --
Brigadoon. The heather on the hill (David Brooks, Marion Bell) ; Come to me, bend to me (Lee Sullivan) ; From this day on ; Brigadoon (David Brooks, Marion Bell) --
Allegro. You are never away (John Battles) ; The gentleman is a dope (Lisa Kirk). disc 2. Angel in the wings. Civilization (Bongo, bongo, bongo) (Elaine Stritch) --
Look Ma, I'm dancin'! I'm the first girl in the second row (Nancy Walker) --
Inside U.S.A. Atlanta (Beatrice Lillie) ; Rhode Island is famous for you (Jack Haley) ; At the Mardi Gras (Beatrice Lillie) --
Where's Charley? Once in love with Amy (Ray Bolger) --
As the girls go. As the girls go (Bobby Clark) --
Kiss me, Kate. So in love (Patricia Morison) ; Were thine that special face (Alfred Drake) ; Always true to you in my fashion (Lisa Kirk) --
South Pacific. A cockeyed optimist (Mary Martin) ; Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza) ; A wonderful guy (Mary Martin) ; Younger than springtime (William Tabbert) --
Lost in the stars. Lost in the stars (Todd Duncan) ; Stay well (Inez Matthews) ; Cry, the beloved country (Frank Roane) --
Miss Liberty. Let's take an old-fashioned walk (Eddie Albert, Allyn McLerie) ; Paris wakes up and smiles (Eddie Albert) --
Texas li'l darlin'. The big movie show in the sky (Danny Scholl) --
Gentlemen prefer blondes. A little girl from Little Rock ; Diamonds are a girl's best friend (Carol Channing).
Other Titles: Forties.
100 years of the American musical theater
One hundred years of the American musical theater


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