Sondheim, a celebration at Carnegie Hall
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ContentsSymphonic Sondheim : Sweeney Todd (Jerry Hadley, Eugene Perry, Herbert Perry)
Evening introduction (Bill Irwin)
Loveland : from Follies ; Getting married : from Company (Mark Jacoby, Madeline Kahn, Jeanne Lehman; ensemble)
Back in business : from Dick Tracy (Liza Minnelli, Billy Stritch)
Good thing going : from Merrily we roll along (the Tonics)
Losing my mind : from Follies ; You could drive a person crazy : from Company (Dorothy Loudon)
Our time : from Merrily we roll along (Boys Choir of Harlem)
Children will listen : from Into the woods (Betty Buckley)
Being alive : from Company (Patti LuPone)
Sooner or later : from Dick Tracy (Bill Irwin, Karen Ziemba)
The ballad of Booth : from Assassins (Patrick Cassidy, Victor Garber)
Broadway baby : from Follies (Daisy Eagan)
Not a day goes by : from Merrily we roll along (Bernadette Peters)
Green finch and linnet bird : from Sweeney Todd (Harolyn Blackwell)
A weekend in the country : from A little night music (Kevin Anderson, George Lee Andrews, Mark Jacoby, Beverly Lambert, Maureen Moore, Susan Terry, Ron Baker, Peter Blanchet, Carol Meyer, Bronwyn Thomas, Blythe Walker)
Send in the clowns : from A little night music (Glenn Close)
Old friends : from Merrily we roll along (Liza Minnelli)
Sunday : from Sunday in the park with George (Bernadette Peters, the Carnegie Hall Broadway Chorus).
Television television programs.
|Publisher|| New York, NY :RCA Victor Video :1993
Distributed by BMG Music,
|Other Titles|| Great performances (WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.))
Celebration at Carnegie Hall
Walker, John, 1956 April 21- producer.
Gemignani, Paul, conductor.
Thompson, David (David S.), screenwriter.
Stroman, Susan, choreographer.
Ellis, Scott, 1957- television director.
Sondheim, Stephen. Musicals.
American Theatre Orchestra, performer.
Carnegie Hall (New York, N.Y.), production company.
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.), production company.
Various vocal soloists ; American Theatre Orchestra ; Paul Gemignani, musical director and conductor.
Written by David Thompson ; choreographed by Susan Stroman ; directed by Scott Ellis.
Originally broadcast on the television series Great performances.
1 videodisc (approximately 86 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.