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Music & Other Recordings

CDs with: Hammerstein, Oscar

Bernadette Peters loves Rodgers & Hammerstein
State fair. It's a grand night for singing -- Carousel. If I loved you -- Allegro. Gentleman is a dope -- State fair. It might as well be spring -- Oklahoma!. Out of my dreams -- Allegro. So far -- King and I. Something wonderful -- Happy birthday. I haven't got a worry in the world -- Carousel. Mister Snow -- South Pacific. Some enchanted evening ; There is nothin' like a dame -- Carousel. You'll never walk alone -- Sound of music : film version. Something good.
CD 2726
Carousel Music Theater of Lincoln Center production / [music by] Richard Rodgers and [lyrics by] Oscar Hammerstein II.
Prologue : The carousel waltz -- You're a queer one, Julie Jordan ; Mister Snow -- If I loved you -- June is bustin' out all over -- Mister Snow : (reprise) -- Blow high, blow low -- When the children are asleep -- Soliloquy -- A real nice clambake -- What's the use of wond'rin' -- You'll never walk alone -- The highest judge of all -- Finale ultimo : You'll never walk alone.
CD 703
Cinderella
Overture -- In my own little corner -- The prince is giving a ball -- Royal dressing room scene -- In my own little corner : (reprise) -- Impossible ; It's possible -- Gavotte -- Ten minutes ago -- Stepsisters' lament -- Waltz for a ball -- Do I love you because you're beautiful -- When you're driving through the moonlight ; A lovely night -- The search -- The wedding.
CD 627
Flower drum song original Broadway cast / [music by Richard Rodgers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd ; book by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and Joseph Fields].
Overture (4:09) -- You are beautiful (4:01) -- A hundred million miracles (4:23) -- I enjoy being a girl (3:34) -- I am going to like it here (3:49) -- Like a god (1:32) -- Chop suey (2:35) -- Don't marry me (4:09) --Entr'acte (1:30) -- Grant Avenue (2:30) -- Love, look away (3:30) -- At the Celestial Bar: Fan Tan Fannie ; Gliding through my memoree ; Grant Avenue : reprise (5:01) -- The other generation (3:13) -- Sunday (4:25) -- The other generation : (reprise) (1:59) -- Wedding parade and finale (2:26).
CD 628
King and I
Overture (5:04) -- Arrival at Bangkok ; I whistle a happy tune (3:27) -- My lord and master (2:15) -- Hello, young lovers (3:49) -- March of the Siamese children (3:27) -- Children sing, priests chant (:47) -- A puzzlement (4:31) -- The Royal Bangkok Academy (:44) -- Getting to know you (4:23) -- So big a world (1:04) -- We kiss in a shadow (4:12) -- A puzzlement : (reprise) (1:51) -- Shall I tell you what I think of you? (5:28) -- Something wonderful (3:21) -- Finale to Act I (2:31) -- Western people funny (1:35) -- Dance of Anna and Sir Edward (1:08) -- I have dreamed (3:46) -- Song of the King (1:12) -- Shall we dance? (5:03) -- Finale (6:06).
CD 701
Musicals. Selections
State fair. It's a grand night for singing -- Carousel. If I loved you -- Allegro. Gentleman is a dope -- State fair. It might as well be spring -- Oklahoma!. Out of my dreams -- Allegro. So far -- King and I. Something wonderful -- Happy birthday. I haven't got a worry in the world -- Carousel. Mister Snow -- South Pacific. Some enchanted evening ; There is nothin' like a dame -- Carousel. You'll never walk alone -- Sound of music : film version. Something good.
CD 2726
Oklahoma!
Overture (3:58) -- Oh, what a beautiful mornin' (2:52) -- Laurey's entrance (:19) -- The surrey with the fringe on top (4:32) -- Kansas City (1:57) -- I cain't say no (3:07) -- Many a new day (5:10) -- It's a scandal! It's a outrage! (2:44) -- People will say we're in love (4:15) -- Pore Jud is daid (3:51) -- Lonely room (2:29) -- Out of my dreams (4:30) -- The farmer and the cowman (4:17) -- All er nuthin' (3:35) -- People will say we're in love : (reprise) (2:20) -- Oklahoma, Finale : Oh, what a beautiful mornin' : (reprise) (3:53).
CD 702
Oscar Hammerstein II
People will say we're in love (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts) -- Soliloquy (John Raitt) -- Lover, come back to me (Billie Holiday) -- It might as well be spring (Margaret Whiting) -- It's a grand night for singing (Dick Haymes) -- Who? (Judy Garland) -- If I loved you (Jo Stafford) -- The gentleman is a dope (Lisa Kirk) -- Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza) -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair (Mary Martin) -- A kiss to build a dream on (Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars) -- No other love (Perry Como) -- Everybody's got a home but me (Judy Tyler) -- When I grow too old to dream (Teddi King) -- I've told every little star (David Allyn) -- I'm one of God's children (Judy Holliday) -- All in fun (Mabel Mercer) -- Love, look away (Marilyn Horne) -- Hello, young lovers (Barbara Cook) -- The folks who live on the hill (Mel TormeĢ) -- The sound of music (Julie Andrews).
CD 1855
Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I
Overture (5:04) -- Arrival at Bangkok ; I whistle a happy tune (3:27) -- My lord and master (2:15) -- Hello, young lovers (3:49) -- March of the Siamese children (3:27) -- Children sing, priests chant (:47) -- A puzzlement (4:31) -- The Royal Bangkok Academy (:44) -- Getting to know you (4:23) -- So big a world (1:04) -- We kiss in a shadow (4:12) -- A puzzlement : (reprise) (1:51) -- Shall I tell you what I think of you? (5:28) -- Something wonderful (3:21) -- Finale to Act I (2:31) -- Western people funny (1:35) -- Dance of Anna and Sir Edward (1:08) -- I have dreamed (3:46) -- Song of the King (1:12) -- Shall we dance? (5:03) -- Finale (6:06).
CD 701
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Broadway cast / [music by Richard Rodgers ; book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, based on Lynn Riggs' Green grow the lilacs].
Overture (3:58) -- Oh, what a beautiful mornin' (2:52) -- Laurey's entrance (:19) -- The surrey with the fringe on top (4:32) -- Kansas City (1:57) -- I cain't say no (3:07) -- Many a new day (5:10) -- It's a scandal! It's a outrage! (2:44) -- People will say we're in love (4:15) -- Pore Jud is daid (3:51) -- Lonely room (2:29) -- Out of my dreams (4:30) -- The farmer and the cowman (4:17) -- All er nuthin' (3:35) -- People will say we're in love : (reprise) (2:20) -- Oklahoma, Finale : Oh, what a beautiful mornin' : (reprise) (3:53).
CD 702
Show boat 1962 studio cast recording / music by Jerome Kern ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and P.G. Wodehouse.
Overture -- Cotton blossom -- Where's the mate for me? -- Make believe -- Ol' man river -- Can't help lovin' dat man -- Life upon the wicked stage -- You are love -- Finale Act I -- Opening Act II : Sports of gay Chicago -- Why do I love you? -- Bill -- After the ball -- Finale Act II -- Can't help lovin' that man (Tess Gardella) -- Bill (Helen Morgan) -- I still suits me (Paul Robeson) -- Nobody else but me (Jan Clayton).
CD 2927
Show boat Broadway show album / Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein 2nd ; based on the novel by Edna Ferber ; [original orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett].
Overture (5:34) -- Cotton blossom (3:41) -- Where's the mate for me?/Make believe (7:37) -- Ol' man river (5:04) -- Can't help lovin' dat man (5:08) -- Life on the wicked stage (3:35) -- Till good luck comes my way (2:24) -- I might fall back on you (2:59) -- Queenie's ballyhoo (3:13) -- You are love (5:58) -- Finale Act one (4:24) -- At the fair (4:11) -- Why do I love you? (5:03) -- Bill / lyrics, P.G. Wodehouse (1918), revised by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (1927) (4:12) -- Goodbye, my lady love (2:38) -- After the ball (3:31) -- Hey, feller! (2:28) -- Finale ultimo (3:00).
CD 2761
Show boat. Selections
Overture (5:34) -- Cotton blossom (3:41) -- Where's the mate for me?/Make believe (7:37) -- Ol' man river (5:04) -- Can't help lovin' dat man (5:08) -- Life on the wicked stage (3:35) -- Till good luck comes my way (2:24) -- I might fall back on you (2:59) -- Queenie's ballyhoo (3:13) -- You are love (5:58) -- Finale Act one (4:24) -- At the fair (4:11) -- Why do I love you? (5:03) -- Bill / lyrics, P.G. Wodehouse (1918), revised by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (1927) (4:12) -- Goodbye, my lady love (2:38) -- After the ball (3:31) -- Hey, feller! (2:28) -- Finale ultimo (3:00).
CD 2761
South Pacific [music by Richard Rogers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II ; book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, adapted from James A. Michener's Pulitzer Prize winning Tales of the South Pacific].
Overture -- Dites-moi -- A cockeyed optimist -- Twin soliloquies -- Some enchanted evening -- Bloody Mary -- There is nothin' like a dame -- Bali Ha'i -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair -- A wonderful guy -- Younger than springtime -- Happy talk -- Honey bun -- You've got to be carefully taught -- This nearly was mine -- Finale.
CD 276
The CBS Television production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella music by Richard Rodgers ; book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.
Overture -- In my own little corner -- The prince is giving a ball -- Royal dressing room scene -- In my own little corner : (reprise) -- Impossible ; It's possible -- Gavotte -- Ten minutes ago -- Stepsisters' lament -- Waltz for a ball -- Do I love you because you're beautiful -- When you're driving through the moonlight ; A lovely night -- The search -- The wedding.
CD 627
The sound of music an original soundtrack recording / [music by Richard Rogers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II].
Prelude ; and, The sound of music (2:33) -- Overture and preludium (3:12) -- Morning hymn and alleluia (2:00) -- Maria (3:15) -- I have confidence in me (3:21) -- Sixteen going on seventeen (3:13) -- My favorite things (2:16) -- Climb ev'ry mountain (2:13) -- The lonely goatherd (3:08) -- The sound of music (2:09) -- Do re mi (5:30) -- Something good (3:15) -- Processional ; and, Maria (2:25) -- Edelweiss (1:48) -- So long, farewell (2:52) -- Climb ev'ry mountain : (reprise) (1:18).
CD 705
The sound of music original Broadway cast recording / Richard Rodgers, music ; Oscar Hammerstein II, lyrics.
Preludium -- The sound of music -- Maria -- My favorite things -- Do-re-mi -- Sixteen going on seventeen -- The lonely goatherd -- How can love survive? -- The sound of music (reprise) -- Laendler -- So long, farewell -- Climb ev'ry mountain -- No way to stop it -- An ordinary couple -- Processional -- Sixteen going on seventeen (reprise) -- Edelweiss -- Climb ev'ry mountain (reprise) (59:00) -- The sound of music: a symphonic picture for orchestra (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; William Steinberg, conductor) (recorded 1968) (16:38) -- Do-re-mi (Mitch Miller and the Sing-Along Chorus and the kids from The sound of music) (recorded Sept. 26, 1959, at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City) (2:07). Bonus tracks. The sound of music : a symphonic picture for orchestra (William Steinberg & The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) -- Do-re-mi (Mitch Miller and The Sing-Along Chorus and The Kids from The sound of music).
CD 2766