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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Rodgers; Oscar Hammerstein, II; Joshua Logan; Mary Martin; Ezio Pinza; Salvatore Dell'Isola; Lehman Engel; Andre Kostelanetz; James A Michener; Philadelphia Orchestra. Pops.
|Notes:||Originally released May 9, 1949, as ML 4180; track 20 originally released 1952, as CL 806.
Program notes and synopsis by Marc Kirkeby (14 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
|Credits:||Produced by Goddard Lieberson.|
|Performer(s):||Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, singers ; with supporting performers ; Salvatore Dell'Isola, musical director ; Lehman Engel, conductor (tracks 17-19) ; Philadelphia Orchestra "Pops" ; André Kostelanetz, conductor (track 20).|
|Event notes:||Recorded Apr. 18-19, 1949, at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, except tracks 17-18, recorded June 8, 1951, track 19, Oct. 10, 1949, and track 20, Dec. 27, 1951.|
|Awards:||Winner, 1999 Drama Desk Special Recognition Award.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (65 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
A cockeyed optimist --
Twin soliloquies --
Some enchanted evening --
Bloody Mary --
There is nothin' like a dame --
Bali Ha'i --
I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair --
A wonderful guy --
Younger than springtime --
Happy talk --
Honey bun --
You've got to be carefully taught --
This nearly was mine --
Finale: Dites-moi (reprise) --
Bonus tracks. Loneliness of evening (Mary Martin) --
My girl back home (Mary Martin) --
Bali Ha'i (Ezio Pinza) --
South Pacific : symphonic scenario for concert orchestra.
|Series Title:||Best of Broadway, v. 3.; Columbia Broadway masterworks.|
|Responsibility:||Richard Rodgers, music ; Oscar Hammerstein II, lyrics ; [book by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and Joshua Logan, adapted from James A. Michener's Tales of the South Pacific].|