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Gypsy (1989 Broadway Revival)

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    The Tony Award–winning 30th–anniversary Broadway revival of Gypsy is captured here, featuring Tyne Daly as Rose. The Chicago Tribune praised the “first-rate stage voices and a dynamic orchestra” on the album, which “lives up to this production's many critical accolades.”

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Cast (in order of appearance):
    Uncle Jacko: Tony Hoty
    George: John Remme
    Clarence (and his classic clarinet): Bobby John Carter
    Balloon Girl: Jeana Haege
    Baby Louise: Kristen Mahon
    Baby June: Chirsten Tassin
    Rose: Tyne Daily
    Pop, Cigar: Ronn Carroll
    Newsboys: Demetri Callas, Bobby John Carter, Danny Cistone, Lance Robinson
    Weber, Phil: Mace Barrett
    Herbie: Jonathan Hadary
    Louise: Christa Moore
    June: Tracy Venner
    Tulsa: Robert Lambert
    Yonkers: Bruce Moore
    L.A.: Craig Waletzko
    Kansas: Ned Hannah
    Flagstaff: Paul Geraci
    St. Paul: Alec Timerman
    Kringelein: Tony Hoty
    Mr. Goldstone: John Remme
    Miss Cratchitt: Barbara Erwin
    Hollywood Blondes: Barbara Folts, Teri Furr, Nancy Melius, Michele Pigliavento, Robin Robinson
    Agnes: Lori Ann Mahl
    Pastey, Bourgeron-Cochon: Jim Bracchitta
    Tessie Tura: Barbara Erwin
    Mazeppa: Jana Robbins
    Electra: Anna McNeely
    Ginger Prince, Maid
    Swings: Julia Graves, Eric H. Kaufman
     
    Orchestra:
    Violin: Joyce Hammann, Martha Mott, Mitchell Stern, Ann Labin, Frank Wang, Byung-kook Kwak, Joe Malin, Suzanne Ornstein, Maryellen Hester, Gerald Tarack
    Viola: Susan Follari, Richard Spencer, Alfred Brown, Juliet Haffner
    Cello: Gregorio Follari, Clay Ruede, Bruce Wang, David Bakamjian
    Woodwinds: Ed Joffe, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piccolo; William Kerr, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piccolo; Peter Angelo, oboe, English horn, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Andrew Drelles, tenor saxophone, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; Kenneth Berger, baritone saxophone, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet
    French horn: Katherine Dennis
    Trumpet: Antohony Gorruso, Michael Ponella, Phil Granger, Richard Henly
    Trombone: Morton Bullman, Dennis Elliot
    Bass Trombone: George Moran
    Drums: Glenn Rhian
    Percussion: Bruce Doctor
    Bass: William Ellison
    Piano, Assistant Conductor: Michael Rafter
    Harp: Pattee Cohen
     
    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Produced by John McClure
    Recorded and mixed January 1990 at BMG Studio A, New York City
    Engineer: Paul Goodman
    Assistant Engineer: James P. Nichols
    Tape operator: Vince Caro
     
    Production coordinator: Albert Lee
    Art direction/design: Kristeen Ballard/Tony Magner
    Cover photograph: Martha Swope
    Booklet photographs: Martha Swope, Robert C. Ragsdale
     
    Executive producer: Robert Hurwitz

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on May 29, 2008 - 7:14pm
Release Date: 
Friday, March 16, 1990 (All day)
Cover Art: 
Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79239

Number of Discs in Set: 
1disc
169
328
Thursday, March 1, 1990 (All day)
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Artist Name: 
Jule Styne
Stephen Sondheim
Album Status: 
UPC/Price: 
UPC: 
075597923926BUN
Price: 
0.00
Label: 
CD+MP3
UPC: 
603497135165
Price: 
10.00
Label: 
MP3
Description: 

The Tony Award–winning 30th–anniversary Broadway revival of Gypsy is captured here, featuring Tyne Daly as Rose. The Chicago Tribune praised the “first-rate stage voices and a dynamic orchestra” on the album, which “lives up to this production's many critical accolades.”

DescriptionExcerpt: 

The Tony Award–winning 30th-anniversary Broadway revival of Gypsy is captured here, featuring Tyne Daly as Rose. The Chicago Tribune praised the “first-rate stage voices and a dynamic orchestra” on the album, which “lives up to this production's many critical accolades.”

ProductionCredits: 

MUSICIANS
Cast (in order of appearance):
Uncle Jacko: Tony Hoty
George: John Remme
Clarence (and his classic clarinet): Bobby John Carter
Balloon Girl: Jeana Haege
Baby Louise: Kristen Mahon
Baby June: Chirsten Tassin
Rose: Tyne Daily
Pop, Cigar: Ronn Carroll
Newsboys: Demetri Callas, Bobby John Carter, Danny Cistone, Lance Robinson
Weber, Phil: Mace Barrett
Herbie: Jonathan Hadary
Louise: Christa Moore
June: Tracy Venner
Tulsa: Robert Lambert
Yonkers: Bruce Moore
L.A.: Craig Waletzko
Kansas: Ned Hannah
Flagstaff: Paul Geraci
St. Paul: Alec Timerman
Kringelein: Tony Hoty
Mr. Goldstone: John Remme
Miss Cratchitt: Barbara Erwin
Hollywood Blondes: Barbara Folts, Teri Furr, Nancy Melius, Michele Pigliavento, Robin Robinson
Agnes: Lori Ann Mahl
Pastey, Bourgeron-Cochon: Jim Bracchitta
Tessie Tura: Barbara Erwin
Mazeppa: Jana Robbins
Electra: Anna McNeely
Ginger Prince, Maid
Swings: Julia Graves, Eric H. Kaufman
 
Orchestra:
Violin: Joyce Hammann, Martha Mott, Mitchell Stern, Ann Labin, Frank Wang, Byung-kook Kwak, Joe Malin, Suzanne Ornstein, Maryellen Hester, Gerald Tarack
Viola: Susan Follari, Richard Spencer, Alfred Brown, Juliet Haffner
Cello: Gregorio Follari, Clay Ruede, Bruce Wang, David Bakamjian
Woodwinds: Ed Joffe, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piccolo; William Kerr, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piccolo; Peter Angelo, oboe, English horn, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Andrew Drelles, tenor saxophone, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; Kenneth Berger, baritone saxophone, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet
French horn: Katherine Dennis
Trumpet: Antohony Gorruso, Michael Ponella, Phil Granger, Richard Henly
Trombone: Morton Bullman, Dennis Elliot
Bass Trombone: George Moran
Drums: Glenn Rhian
Percussion: Bruce Doctor
Bass: William Ellison
Piano, Assistant Conductor: Michael Rafter
Harp: Pattee Cohen
 
PRODUCTION CREDITS
Produced by John McClure
Recorded and mixed January 1990 at BMG Studio A, New York City
Engineer: Paul Goodman
Assistant Engineer: James P. Nichols
Tape operator: Vince Caro
 
Production coordinator: Albert Lee
Art direction/design: Kristeen Ballard/Tony Magner
Cover photograph: Martha Swope
Booklet photographs: Martha Swope, Robert C. Ragsdale
 
Executive producer: Robert Hurwitz