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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Noel Coward; Oscar Hammerstein, II; Mary Martin; Graham Payn; Sylvia Cecil; Wilbur Evans; Mantovani; Reginald Burston; Richard Rodgers; Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra.
|Notes:||Pacific 1860, words and music by Noel Coward ; South Pacific, music by Richard Rodgers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.
Program notes by Bucky Willard inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Original London casts, featuring Mary Martin, vocals. In the 1st work: Graham Payn, Sylvia Cecil, vocals and supporting cast members. In the 2nd work: Wilbur Evans, vocals ; Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra ; Mantovani (1st work) or Reginald Burston (2nd work), conductors.|
|Event notes:||The 1st work recorded in 1946.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (68 min., 10 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Pacific 1860. His Excellency regrets (3:28) --
If I were a man (1:02) ; Uncle Harry (3:12) --
Dear Madame Salvador (2:08) ; My horse has cast a shoe (2:21) --
Bright was the day (4:45) --
One, two, three (2:03) ; I never knew (2:36) --
I saw no shadow (3:58) --
Invitation to the waltz (3:35) --
I wish I wasn't such a big girl (4:40) --
Pretty little bridesmaids (2:48) ; Mother's lament (1:38) --
This is a changing world (4:46) --
Fumfumbolo (4:30) --
This is a night for lovers (3:03) ; The toast music/Finale (1:39) --
South Pacific. Selection (part 1) (4:37) --
Twin soliloquies (2:46) --
Finale/Some enchanted evening (3:10) --
Selection (Part 2) (4:44).
|Other Titles:||South Pacific
Mary Martin at Drury Lane--