Stephen Sondheim - Anyone Can Whistle (1964 Original Broadway Cast) mp3 downloadPerformer: Stephen Sondheim
Title: Anyone Can Whistle (1964 Original Broadway Cast)
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Stephen Sondheim - Anyone Can Whistle (1964 Original Broadway Cast) mp3 download
Label: Columbia Broadway Masterworks – SK 86860, Sony Classical – SK 86860.
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Anyone Can Whistle (1964 Original Broadway Cast).
Anyone Can Whistle is a musical with a book by Arthur Laurents and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The story concerns a corrupt mayoress, an idealistic nurse, a man who may be a doctor, and various officials, patients and townspeople, all fighting to save a bankrupt town. This musical was Angela Lansbury's first stage musical role.
Anyone Can Whistle - Live at Carnegie Hall (1995 Broadway Concert Cast). Merrily We Roll Along (1981 Original Broadway Cast). How could it fail? This 1964 production featured music by Stephen Sondheim, a book by Arthur Laurents (those two teamed up for West Side Story and Gypsy ) and the Broadway debuts of Lee Remick and Angela Lansbury! Well, who knows why, but it failed, closing after nine performances.
Album by Stephen Sondheim. There Won't Be Trumpets by Stephen Sondheim and Lee Remick. was sampled in. A Quiet Thing, There Won't Be Trumpets by Barbra Streisand (1991).
That's often blamed on the challenging and confusing book, which features a Mayoress (Angela Lansbury) whose town is economically depressed until the fortuitous arrival of an apparent miracle.
Album · 2003 · 18 Songs. Musical Cast Recording. Pacific Overtures (Original London Cast). English National Opera Orchestra, Stephen Sondheim & Various Artists. Do I Hear a Waltz? (Original Broadway Cast Recording). Original Broadway Cast of Do I Hear a Waltz? The Most Happy Fella (Original Studio Cast).
Sondheim had participated in three straight hits, but his next show – 1964's Anyone Can Whistle – was a nine-performance failure (although it introduced Angela Lansbury to musical theatre). Do I Hear a Waltz?, based on Arthur Laurents' 1952 play The Time of the Cuckoo, was intended as another Rodgers and Hammerstein musical with Mary Martin in the lead. Although Richard Rodgers and Sondheim agreed that the original play did not lend itself to musicalization, they began writing the musical version. The project had many problems, Rodgers' alcoholism among them; Sondheim, calling it the one project he regretted, then decided to work only when he could write both music and lyrics. He asked author and playwright James Goldman to join.
|2||Me and My Town||Stephen Sondheim||4:24|
|3||Miracle Song||Stephen Sondheim||4:27|
|4||There Won't Be Trumpets||Stephen Sondheim||2:37|
|6||Come Play Wiz Me||Stephen Sondheim||3:22|
|7||Anyone Can Whistle||Stephen Sondheim||3:37|
|8||There's a Parade in Town||Stephen Sondheim||3:07|
|9||Everybody Says Don't||Stephen Sondheim||2:17|
|10||I've Got You to Lean On||Stephen Sondheim||1:55|
|11||See What It Gets You||Stephen Sondheim||2:29|
|12||The Cookie Chase||Stephen Sondheim||9:01|
|13||With So Little to Be Sure Of||Stephen Sondheim||5:03|