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Sondheim At The Movies: Songs From The Screen (Studio Cast Re-recordings)
 : Sondheim At The Movies: Songs From The Screen (Studio Cast Re-recordings)



by: Various Artists, Stephen Sondheim




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0030206580525
Format: Cast Recording
Item Dimensions: 4555023494
Label: Varese Sarabande
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Varese Sarabande
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Varese Sarabande
Release Date: September 09, 1997
Studio: Varese Sarabande




Disc 1:
  1. Back In Business - Alet Oury, Julie Alderfer, Farah Alvin, Heidi Godt, Kelli Shrewsbury, Gretchen Weiss
  2. Dawn - Jolie Jenkins, Bryan Batt, Danny Burstein, James Hindman
  3. The Glamorous Life - Cassidy Ladden
  4. What Can You Lose? - Guy Haines
  5. More - Jennifer Simard
  6. Stavisky Suite One - Orchestra
  7. Sand - Christiane Noll
  8. It Takes All Kinds - Bryan Batt, Danny Burnstein, Robert Randle, Jim Ryan, Kevin Pariseau, Alec Timerman
  9. Little Dream - Susan Egan
  10. Stavisky Suite Two - Orchestra
  11. Sooner Or Later - Jane Krakowski
  12. Stavisky Suite Three - Orchestra
  13. If You Can Find Me, I'm Here - Gary Beach
  14. I Remember - Liz Callaway
  15. When - Liz Callaway, Gary Beach
  16. Take Me To The World - Liz Callaway, Gary Beach
  17. Goodbye For Now - Orchestra
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Editorial Review:

Amazon.com:
The premier stage composer of his time, Stephen Sondheim has also contributed a substantial body of work to the big and small screens, explored in this 65-minute collection by the Varèse Sarabande stable of artists. The best known is Warren Beatty's 1990 live-action cartoon Dick Tracy, which won Sondheim an Oscar for "Sooner or Later" (covered here by Ally McBeal's Jane Krakowski). This CD includes "Back in Business" as well as the three songs also released on Madonna's movie tie-in album. Other rarities include "Dawn" and "Sand" from the unproduced film project Living Out Loud, the revised version of "The Glamorous Life" written for the 1978 feature film, and "It Takes All Kinds" from The Bird Cage. Orchestral selections include three suites taken from the film score of Stavisky and the gorgeous ballad "Goodbye for Now" from Reds. The major piece here is five songs written for the 1967 television drama Evening Primrose and covered by golden-voiced Liz Callaway and Gary Beach. The recording may not have the star power of an earlier recording by Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters, but it's simply and effectively performed here. --David Horiuchi



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