New "Broadway Musicals" CD Features Huffman, Schaffel and Ziemba

News   New "Broadway Musicals" CD Features Huffman, Schaffel and Ziemba
 
The latest recording in Scott Siegel's Broadway By the Year concert series will be available May 19 from Bayview Records.

"The Broadway Musicals of 1949" — saluting the shows that opened on Broadway in that year — features the vocal talents of Tony Award winners Karen Ziemba and Cady Huffman as well as Scott Coulter, Nancy Lemenager, Noah Racey, Marla Schaffel, Martin Vidnovic, Lennie Watts and Robert Westenberg. Ross Patterson was the musical director for the concert, which was directed by Robert Bianca. Produced for CD by Peter Pinne, the 22-track recording features tunes from such musicals as South Pacific, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Lost in the Stars and All for Love. The complete track listing for "The Broadway Musicals of 1949," which was recorded live on April 19, 2004, follows:
"It's Great to Be Alive" from Texas Lil' Darlin' (Company)
"A Cockeyed Optimist" from South Pacific (Karen Ziemba)
"This Nearly Was Mine" from South Pacific (Martin Vidnovic)
"Call It Apple Fritters" from Along Fifth Avenue (Cady Huffman)
"What Will It Be?" from Regina (Marla Schaffel)
"Santo Dinero" from Along Fifth Avenue (Lennie Watts)
"Skyscraper Blues" from Along Fifth Avenue (Robert Westenberg)
"Bye Bye Baby" from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Scott Coulter, Marla Schaffel)
"A Little Girl from Little Rock" from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Cady Huffman)
"Mr. Monotony" cut from Miss Liberty (Marla Schaffel)
"A Little Fish in a Big Pond" from Miss Liberty (Lennie Watts, Cady Huffman)
"Lost in the Stars" from Lost in the Stars (Martin Vidnovic)
"A Little Gray House" from Lost in the Stars (Robert Westenberg)
"You've Got to Be Carefully Taught" from South Pacific (Karen Ziemba)
"This Had Better Be Love" from Touch and Go (Cady Huffman)
"It Will Be Alright" from Touch and Go (Scott Coulter)
"Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Cady Huffman)
"The Big Movie Show in the Sky" from Texas Lil' Darlin' (Lennie Watts)
"No Time for Nothin' But You" from All for Love (Noah Racey, Nancy Lemenager)
"A Wonderful Guy" from South Pacific (Karen Ziemba)
"Some Enchanted Evening" from South Pacific (Martin Vidnovic)
Finale (Company)

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