The frogs Evening primrose
|Format:||Music CD 2001|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
ContentsFrogs. Fanfare ; Prologos, Invocations and instructions to the audience ; Traveling music ; Parodos, The frogs ; Hymnos, Evoe! ; Dialogue: "Pluto!" ; Parabasis, It's only a play ; Dialogue, "That was some banquet!" ; Evoe for the dead ; Invocation to the muses ; Fear no more ; Exodos, The sound of poets (33:00)
Evening primrose. If you can find me, I'm here ; I remember ; When? ; Take me to the world (14:00).
|Publisher|| New York, N.Y. :Nonesuch,2001
|Other Titles|| Evening primrose.
Krasker, Tommy, librettist.
Goldman, James, librettist.
Tunick, Jonathan, arranger of music.
Lane, Nathan, 1956- performer.
Mitchell, Brian Stokes, performer.
Gaines, Davis, performer.
Harris, Neil Patrick, 1973- performer.
McCarthy, Theresa (Vocalist), performer.
Gemignani, Paul, conductor.
Collier, John, 1901-1980. Evening primrose.
Sondheim, Stephen. Evening primrose.
American Theatre Orchestra, performer.
In the 1st work: Nathan Lane, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Davis Gaines, with chorus. 2nd work: Neil Patrick Harris, Theresa McCarthy. Both works: American Theatre Orchestra; Paul Gemignani, conductor.
Book by Burt Shevelove, abridged by Tommy Krasker and the composer, adapted from the comedy by Aristophanes (1st work); book by James Goldman, based on a story by John Collier (2nd work); orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.
Program notes by Frank Rich, synposes by Tommy Krasker, and lyrics (66 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.