Originally produced in 2007, Broadway's Best at Pops embodies a compilation of all-star clips culled from the first 35 years of the popular PBS variety show Evening at Pops, taped at the Boston Symphony Hall and backed by the Boston Pops orchestra. Featured artists include Gregory Hines, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Kristin Chenoweth, Ray Bolger and many others. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
ContentsOnce in love with Amy (Ray Bolger)
Hey there (Bonnie Raitt & John Raitt)
Hello Dolly (Pearl Bailey)
Selections from "Girl crazy"
Mister Snow (Audra McDonald)
Ben Vereen's tribute to Bert Williams
Willkommen (Joel Grey)
Tap your troubles away (Tommy Tune)
Rhythm is my business (Gregory Hines)
Broadway baby (Bernadette Peters)
Losing my mind (Barbara Cook)
Glitter and be gay (Kristen Chenoweth)
Trouble (Tyne Daly)
Ohio (Bea Arthur & June Anderson)
Don't cry for me, Argentina (Elaine Page)
Diamonds are a girl's best friend (Carol Channing)
I gotta be me (Sammy Davis, Jr.)
There's no business like show business (Ethel Merman).
Orchestral music, Arranged.
Musicals -- Excerpts, Arranged.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Boston] :WGBH Boston Video,2007
|Other Titles|| Evening at Pops.
Lockhart, Keith, 1959- conductor.
Williams, John, 1932- conductor.
Bolger, Ray, performer.
Raitt, Bonnie, performer.
Raitt, John, 1917-2005, performer.
Bailey, Pearl, performer.
McDonald, Audra, performer.
Vereen, Ben, performer.
Grey, Joel, 1932- performer.
Tune, Tommy, performer.
Hines, Gregory, performer.
Peters, Bernadette, performer.
Cook, Barbara, performer.
Chenoweth, Kristin, performer.
Daly, Tyne, performer.
Arthur, Beatrice, performer.
Anderson, June, 1952- performer.
Paige, Elaine, performer.
Channing, Carol, performer.
Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925-1990, performer.
Merman, Ethel, performer.
Boston Symphony Orchestra, production company.
WGBH Educational Foundation, production company.
Boston Pops Orchestra, performer.
WGBH Video (Firm)
Various performers; Boston Pops Orchestra; Arthur Fiedler, Keith Lockhart, John Williams, conductors.
Originally broadcast 1970-2005 on Evening at Pops.
Special features: interviews with John Williams, Michael Feinstein, Barbara Cook, Tommy Tune, and Keith Lockhart; printable selections from original Boston Pops concert programs (PDF file).
DVD; 4:3 full screen; Dolby digital.
1 videodisc (approximately 76 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.