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Samuel Goldwyn - Porgy And Bess FLAC album


Performer: Samuel Goldwyn
Genre: Jazz / Pop music / Stage and Screen
Title: Porgy And Bess
Released: 1963
Style: Soundtrack, Musical
FLAC version ZIP size: 1235 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1979 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1281 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 866
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Porgy and Bess is a 1959 American musical film directed by Otto Preminger. It is based on the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, and Ira Gershwin, which is in turn based on Heyward's 1925 novel Porgy, as well as Heyward's subsequent 1927 non-musical stage adaptation, co-written with his wife Dorothy. The screenplay for the film, which turned the operatic recitatives into spoken dialogue, was very closely based on the opera and was written by N. Richard Nash.

The Samuel Goldwyn Motion Picture Production of Porgy And Bess. Featuring the Original Sound Track Performances and Cab Calloway as "Sportin' Life". Other Versions (5 of 85) View All. Cat.

The album featured no black singers at all, even though the opera was written for a mostly African-American cast (the whites in the opera speak, but do not sing). It was recorded by RCA Victor on September 12 and September 13, 1950. The album was originally released on one twelve-inch 33 1⁄3 rpm LP with the catalog number LM 1124.

Porgy and Bess ( Porgy & Bess ). Sidney Poitier.

Samuel Goldwyn Porgy And Bess Old 50's Vintage Movie Soundtrack Vinyl LP Record. Jazz critics have regarded the album as historic. Title: Porgy and Bess. Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess (Mono Version). I Wants to Stay Here (Aka I Loves You Porgy) (Mono Version) "Porgy And Bess" Original Broadway Cast Decca LP DL 9024 Mono 1962 Canada. Record and Album VG+.

It was adapted from Heyward's play Porgy, itself an adaptation of his 1925 novel of the same name. In 1959, Columbia Masterworks Records released a soundtrack album of Samuel Goldwyn's film version of Porgy and Bess, which had been made that year. It was not a complete version of the opera, nor was it even a complete version of the film soundtrack, which featured more music than could be contained on a single LP.