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CDs with: Shevelove, Burt

A funny thing happened on the way to the forum original Broadway cast / music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ; [book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart].
Overture -- Comedy tonight -- Love, I hear -- Free -- Lovely -- Pretty little picture -- Everybody ought to have a maid -- I'm calm -- Impossible -- Bring me my bride -- That dirty old man -- That'll show him -- Lovely : (reprise) -- Funeral sequence -- Finale.
CD 698
The frogs [a comedy written in 405 B.C. by Aristophanes ; freely adapted by Burt Shevelove ; even more freely adapted by Nathan Lane ; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ; orchestrations, Jonathan Tunick].
Opening fanfare -- Invocation and instructions to the audience -- "It is time we start our journey" -- I love to travel -- Dress big -- I love to travel (reprise) -- All aboard -- On the River Styx -- Ariadne -- The frogs -- Hymn to Dionysos -- Hades -- It's only a play -- Shaw -- The contest -- Fear no more -- All aboard (reprise) -- Hymn to Dionysos (reprise) -- Final instructions to the audience.
CD 3397