Rodgers & Hart - American Musicals: Pal Joey / The Boys From Syracuse / Babes In Arms FLAC album
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: American Musicals: Pal Joey / The Boys From Syracuse / Babes In Arms
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Studio cast album 1950. Pal Joey would be his first lead role. Rodgers and Hart wanted Vivienne Segal, who had previously starred in their 1938 musical I Married an Angel, to play the older woman with whom Joey has an affair; though O'Hara had initially considered other actresses, he was won over when he met Segal. Segal, who would be 43 when the show. The Boys from Syracuse.
The Boys from Syracuse is a musical with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart, based on William Shakespeare's play The Comedy of Errors, as adapted by librettist George Abbott. The score includes swing and other contemporary rhythms of the 1930s. The show was the first musical based on a Shakespeare play. The Comedy of Errors was itself loosely based on a Roman play, The Menaechmi, or the Twin Brothers, by Plautus.
In 1940, Rodgers & Hart's musical PAL JOEY had its New York premiere on Christmas at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, before moving to the Shubert Theatre and finally to the St. James. The show ran for 374 performances. In 1887 George Abbott was born, Broadway actor, writer, and producer. His musical collaborations included ON YOUR TOES, THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE, ON THE TOWN, PAL JOEY, DAMN YANKEES, and FIORELLO!, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1959. PAL JOEY still bewitches after all these years" - Hollywood Reporter, January 01, 1995. The PAL JOEY album proved so popular that a Broadway revival was inevitable, produced by none other than composer Jule Styne, who brought PAL JOEY back to Broadway on January 3, 1952.
American Idea, The. Americans Arrive. Rodgers & Hart's musical THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE (1938) marked the first time that Shakespeare was adapted for Broadway. Based on THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, the story brings not just one but two sets of estranged twins into a series of near-collisions, resulting in a major case of mistaken identity. In 1937 Rodgers & Hart's musical BABES IN ARMS had its New York premier at the Shubert Theatre before moving to the Majestic Theatre for a total of 289 performances. In 1936 Rodger & Hart's musical ON YOUR TOES had its New York premiere at the Imperial Theatre before moving to the Majestic Theatre in November.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Exact recording from original album. After Columbia's studio cast recording of PAL JOEY proved a smash hit, record producer Goddard Lieberson produced a number of other Rodgers and Hart shows with studio casts - Mary Martin in BABES IN ARMS, ON YOUR TOES and this first recording of their best score THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE. Jack Cassidy and Portia Nelson are acceptable but the numbers are recorded with less pizzazz than the 1965 Off Broadway revival and with less artistry than the 1997 reincarnation.
Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart began their collaborative career in 1919 when the song, Any Old Place with You, was sung in the show, A Lonely Romeo. The two were students at Columbia University where they became partners in writing many successful amateur productions. Babes in Arms (1937) included the song Where or When. Several hits followed, including The Boys from Syracuse in 1938 that introduced Falling in Love with Love, This Can’t be Love, and Sing for Your Supper. Pal Joey (1940) departed from the lighthearted Broadway revues of previous decades with a John O’Hara plot based on an unscrupulous nightclub owner. The later years of Rodgers career would see new developments in American musical theatre. Richard Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Read about Babes in Arms from Richard Rodgers's A Richard Rodgers Festival and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A Richard Rodgers Festival. 1 more album featuring this track. Richard Charles Rodgers (June 28, 1902, Arverne, Queens, New York City – December 30, 1979, New York City) was an American composer of the music for more than 900 songs and 40 Broadway musicals. View full artist profile.
9 to 5: The Musical 13: The Musical The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee 42nd Street 110 In the Shade 1776 The Addams Family After Midnight Aida Ain't Misbehavin' Ain't Too Proud Aladdin All About Me Allegiance Allegro Altar Boyz Amazing Grace Amélie An American In Paris American Idiot American Psycho Anastasia Annie Annie Get Your Gun Anyone Can. Whistle Anything Goes Applause The Apple Tree Aspects of Love Assassins Avenue Q Babes in Arms Baby Baby It's You The Band's Visit The Bandstand Barnum Be More Chill . Longest Running Broadway Musicals. 1. Phantom of the Opera. by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe. Playing since Jan 26, 1988.
|A2||–Lang*||You Mustn't Kick It Around|
|A3||–Lang*, Fite*||I Could Write A Book|
|A4||–Ashley*||That Terrific Rainbow|
|A5||–Segal*||What Is A Man?|
|A6||–Lang*||Happy Hunting Horn|
|B1||–Lang*||What Do I Care For A Dame?|
|B3||–Remo*, Ashley*||Plant You Now, Dig You Later|
|B4||–Segal*, Lang*||Den Of Iniquity|
|B5||–Remo*||Do It The Hard Way|
|B6||–Fite* . Segal*||Take Him|
|B7||–Segal*, Lang*, Chorus*||Finale|
|The Boys From Syracuse|
|C2||–Chorus*||He Had Twins|
|C3||–Cassidy*||Dear Old Syracuse|
|C4||–Osterwald*, Prager*||What Can You Do With A Man?|
|C5||–Nelson*||Falling In Love With Love|
|C6||–Cassidy*||The Shortest Day Of The Year|
|C7||–Cassidy*, Harris*||This Can't Be Love|
|D1||–Shaver*, Chorus*||Ladies Of The Evening|
|D2||–Osterwald*, Prager*||He And She|
|D3||–Cassidy*||You Have To Cast Your Shadow On The Sea|
|D4||–Shaver*, Cassidy*, Men's Chorus*||Come With Me|
|D6||–Osterwald*, Nelson*, Harris*||Sing For Your Supper|
|D8||–Osterwald*, Cassidy*, Nelson*, Chorus*||Finale|
|Babes In Arms|
|E2||–Martin*||Where Or When|
|E3||–Cassidy*, Chorus*||Babes In Arms|
|E4||–Bayne*, Cassidy*||I Wish I Were In Love Again|
|E5||–Bayne*||Way Out West|
|E6||–Martin*||My Funny Valentine|
|F1||–Martin*, Chorus*||Johnny One Note|
|F3||–Cassidy*, Bayne*||All At Once|
|F4||–Martin*||The Lady Is A Tramp|
|F5||–Cassidy*||You Are So Fair|
- Design, Layout – Argenziano Associates
- Producer – Jay Gold
- Research [Picture] – Gerald S. Ackerman
- Research [Text] – Laura Ecker Ludwig
NotesSides A/B recorded in 1950 with a studio cast.
Sides C/D recorded in 1953 with a studio cast.
Sides E/F recorded in 1951 with a studio cast.
Includes 48 page booklet with background and lyrics.