Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II & Studio Cast: Show Boat | Release-Factsheet

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Release «Show Boat» von Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II & Studio Cast.

Fakten

Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1962 07 16, 2000 05 30 (Reed.), 1927 (Werk)
Label: Columbia Masterworks OS 2220
Produktion: James Foglesong & Thomas Z. Shepard
Genre: Akademica - Funktionale-Musik - Musical

Annotationen

Show Boat, das im Dezember 1927 Broadway-Premiere hatte, definierte das amerikanische Musiktheater neu. Das Musical-Genre war nun der neue Standard und verdrängte die leichten Operetten, die seit ca. 1890 in Mode waren.

Personen und Querverweise


Jerome Kern
Oscar Hammerstein II
Studio Cast
James Foglesong
Thomas Z. Shepard

Trackliste

CD 1. Overture - 4:57 2. Cotton Blossom - 3:03 3. Where's the Mate for Me? - 2:03 4. Make Believe - 3:07 5. Ol' Man River - 3:34 6. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - 3:52 7. Life upon the Wicked Stage - 2:52 8. You Are Love - 4:35 9. Finale Act I - 3:32 10. Opening Act II: Sports of GayChicago - 1:47 11. Why Do I Love You? - 2:34 12. Bill - 5:11 13. After the Ball - 3:00 14. Finale Act II - 2:19 15. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - 3:02 16. Bill - 3:57 17. I Still Suits Me - 2:32 18. Nobody Else But Me - 3:58 ^Seite A der Originalausgabe 1. Overture - 3:30 2. Merrill Staton Choir: Cotton Blossom - 3:00 3. John Raitt, Barbara Cook: Where's The Mate For Me?; Make Believe - 5:07 4. William Warfield: Ol' Man River - 3:30 5. Anita Darian, Louise Parker, Merrill Staton Choir, The: Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - 3:47 6. Fay DeWitt, Merrill Staton Choir, The: Life Upon The Wicked Stage - 2:49 *Seite B 1. Barbara Cook, John Raitt: You Are Love - 4:32 2. Jack Dabdoub, Merrill Staton Choir, The: Finale Act I - 3:31 3. Merrill Staton Choir, The: Opening Act II - 1:45 4. Barbara Cook, John Raitt: Why Do I Love You? - 2:31 5. Anita Darian: Bill - 5:09 6. Barbara Cook, Merrill Staton Choir, The: After The Ball - 2:58 7. William Warfield, Merrill Staton Choir, The: Finale Act II; Ol' Man River - 2:17 *Alle Tracks: Jerome Kern (Musik), Oscar Hammerstein II, P.G. Wodehouse (Lyrics).