A Little Night Music (1973 Original Broadway Cast)


A Little Night Music (1973 Original Broadway Cast) by SONDHEIM,STEPHEN at Your Free Album. MPN: 074646528426. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Sondheim stole Manhattan's heart with this 1973 romantic comedy. Along with Send in the Clowns this reissue features the previously unreleased Night Waltz II and one bonus track: The Glamorous Life . Perhaps best known for the hit ''Send In the Clowns,'' Stephen Sondheim's glamorous 3/4 waltz-time musical recalls enchanted evenings, white kidskin elbow gloves, and romance of the green-eyed bittersweet and bed-hopping sort. The ruse is that these folks lead ''ordinary lives'': the father is widow


A Little Night Music (1973 Original Broadway Cast) by SONDHEIM,STEPHEN
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Sondheim stole Manhattan's heart with this 1973 romantic comedy. Along with Send in the Clowns this reissue features the previously unreleased Night Waltz II and one bonus track: The Glamorous Life . Perhaps best known for the hit "Send In the Clowns," Stephen Sondheim's glamorous 3/4 waltz-time musical recalls enchanted evenings, white kidskin elbow gloves, and romance of the green-eyed bittersweet and bed-hopping sort. The ruse is that these folks lead "ordinary lives": the father is widowed, remarries, and briefly rekindles a sack-side former flame; the son flirts with the maid; the child bride is cuckolded yet loves and is loved by the son; and the maid has a romp with the butler. Adapted from a mid-'50s Ingmar Bergman film, the play debuted in America in the early '70s and is set in Sweden's turn-of-the-century well-to-do society. Now remastered and heard at the dawn of the millennium, Night Music is a dated yet charmingly affected period piece, abundant in its sweeping theatricality. As an unhappily chaste newlywed, Len Cariou, Broadway's glistening middle-aged dandy, is smashing as Fredrick. Glynis Johns (who always sounds congested and quite cosmopolitan) steals focus as the delightful actress Desiree. Night Music is a foolishly fanciful, twinkly score swathed in plucky harp, sweeping strings, and coolly elegant conversational tunes. --Paige La Grone

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Brand:
SONDHEIM,STEPHEN
Manufacturer:
Masterworks Broadway
Category:
Traditional Vocal Pop
MPN:
074646528426
Release Date:
1998-11-10
UPC:
074646528426
Genre:
Classical
Artist:
Array
Publisher:
Masterworks Broadway
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Format:
Cast Recording
Publication Date:
2004-10-27
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.24 pounds
Item Size:
4.92 x 0.33 x 5.62 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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