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Gypsy (1989 Broadway Revival)

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  • Stephen Sondheim will receive the 2017 PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award at PEN America's annual Literary Gala on April 25 in New York; Meryl Streep will present the prize. "Stephen Sondheim's oeuvre is profoundly literary in its elegiac reaching for the truth of who we are, how we love, and how we strive to locate meaning in our work," said Andrew Solomon, president of PEN America. "He will be the first composer-lyricist to receive this award, which recognizes his nuanced insight into human character. His support for a new generation of writers makes him a literary citizen of the first order."

  • Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's latest musical, Road Show, begins a month-long DC-area run at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA, tonight. Director Gary Griffin brings his Chicago Shakespeare Theater staging of the musical, which the Chicago Sun-Times called "funny, fierce, lean, and heartbreaking," to the Signature. Performances continue through March 13. Nonesuch Records and PS Classics released the original cast recording of Road Show in 2009.

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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
Artist Name: 
Jule Styne
Stephen Sondheim
Release Date: 
Friday, March 16, 1990 - 05:00
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.”

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.”

ProductionCredits: 

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

Cover Art: 
Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79239

Number of Discs in Set: 
1disc
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CD+MP3
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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

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