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  • Mandy Patinkin was on CBS Sunday Morning to talk with correspondent Holly Williams about portraying Saul Berenson on Homeland, entering its eighth and final season on Showtime next Sunday, and his role as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee. You can watch the piece here, as well as a web-exclusive segment on singing, his "first love." Patinkin is on the final leg of his tour of songs from Children and Art, his first new album since 2002.

  • Mandy Patinkin was on NPR's All Things Considered last week to talk with host Ari Shapiro about his new album, Children and Art. "Art, never more than these moments we're living these days, is the avenue toward expression of existence," he says. "The whole system is falling apart, and you need to turn to the fire department to put out the flames. And in this case, I appeal to artists of every nature to guide us and lead us back to humanity and caring for our fellow human beings and doing what is morally and ethically appropriate." Patinkin is on tour now.

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    Mandy Patinkin contrasts the songs and sensibilities of Broadway legends Oscar Hammerstein II and Stephen Sondheim. He "crafts a series of interpretations that are often genuinely affecting," declares the Washington Post, "and never more so than when he's meditating on the endlessly curious nature of romance."

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Mandy Patinkin, voice
    Eric Stern, conductor
    Paul Ford, keyboards
    Joyce Hammann, concertmaster; Martha Mott, Suzanne Ornstein, Laura Seaton, Mitchell Stern, Alicia Edelberg, Katherine Livolsi-Stern, Nancy McAlhany, Alexander Vselensky, violin
    Ronald Carbone, David Cerutti, viola
    Clay Ruede, David Calhoun, Ellen Westerman, cello
    John Beal, bass
    Elizabeth Mann, Less Scott, John Moses, Richard Heckman, Charles Wilson, Lawrence Feldman, John Winder, woodwinds
    Russell Rizner, Ronald Sell, Roger Wendt, French horn
    Robert Millikan, Anthony Kadleck, Danny Cahn, Larry Lunetta, trumpet
    James Pugh, Bruce Bonvisutto, trombone
    Nathan Durham, trombone, tuba
    John Redsecker, drums
    James Saporito, Thas Wheeler, percussion
    Jennifer Hoult, harp
    Bruce Samuels, synthesizer programming

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Produced by John McClure
    Recorded June 1995 at The Hit Factory, New York City
    Recording Engineer: Tom Lazarus
    Assistant Engineers: Carl Glanville, Drake Ayen
    Audio Assistant: Susan Presson
    Edited at SoundByte Productions, New York City
    Editing Engineer: Paul Zinman
    Mastered at Classic Sound, New York City
    Mastering Engineer: Tom Lazarus

    Tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 11, 15 composed by Stephen Sondheim; tracks 3, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16 by Richard Rogers & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 1 by Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 6 by Harry Ruby / Bert Kalmar & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 10 by George Bizet & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 13 by Sigmund Romberg & Oscar Hammerstein II / Stephen Sondheim. Orchestrated by Glen Daum (1-4, 13), Doug Besterman (5, 11, 12, 15), Jonathan Tunick (5, 7, 13), Glenn Osser (6, 9), Don Sebesky (8, 16), Bizet (10), Billy Byers (14). Arrangements by Eric Stern & Paul Ford.

    Design by Carbone Smolan Associates
    Cover photographs by Randee St. Nicholas

    Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

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Release Date: 
Friday, October 20, 1995 - 04:00
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Patinkin contrasts the songs and sensibilities of Broadway legends Oscar Hammerstein II and Stephen Sondheim. He "crafts a series of interpretations that are often genuinely affecting," declares the Washington Post, "and never more so than when he's meditating on the endlessly curious nature of romance."

Description: 

To purchase this album on CD, please visit amazon.com.

Mandy Patinkin contrasts the songs and sensibilities of Broadway legends Oscar Hammerstein II and Stephen Sondheim. He "crafts a series of interpretations that are often genuinely affecting," declares the Washington Post, "and never more so than when he's meditating on the endlessly curious nature of romance."

ProductionCredits: 

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Produced by John McClure
Recorded June 1995 at The Hit Factory, New York City
Recording Engineer: Tom Lazarus
Assistant Engineers: Carl Glanville, Drake Ayen
Audio Assistant: Susan Presson
Edited at SoundByte Productions, New York City
Editing Engineer: Paul Zinman
Mastered at Classic Sound, New York City
Mastering Engineer: Tom Lazarus

Tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 11, 15 composed by Stephen Sondheim; tracks 3, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16 by Richard Rogers & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 1 by Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 6 by Harry Ruby / Bert Kalmar & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 10 by George Bizet & Oscar Hammerstein II; track 13 by Sigmund Romberg & Oscar Hammerstein II / Stephen Sondheim. Orchestrated by Glen Daum (1-4, 13), Doug Besterman (5, 11, 12, 15), Jonathan Tunick (5, 7, 13), Glenn Osser (6, 9), Don Sebesky (8, 16), Bizet (10), Billy Byers (14). Arrangements by Eric Stern & Paul Ford.

Design by Carbone Smolan Associates
Cover photographs by Randee St. Nicholas

Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

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Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79392

Number of Discs in Set: 
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MUSICIANS
Mandy Patinkin, voice
Eric Stern, conductor
Paul Ford, keyboards
Joyce Hammann, concertmaster; Martha Mott, Suzanne Ornstein, Laura Seaton, Mitchell Stern, Alicia Edelberg, Katherine Livolsi-Stern, Nancy McAlhany, Alexander Vselensky, violin
Ronald Carbone, David Cerutti, viola
Clay Ruede, David Calhoun, Ellen Westerman, cello
John Beal, bass
Elizabeth Mann, Less Scott, John Moses, Richard Heckman, Charles Wilson, Lawrence Feldman, John Winder, woodwinds
Russell Rizner, Ronald Sell, Roger Wendt, French horn
Robert Millikan, Anthony Kadleck, Danny Cahn, Larry Lunetta, trumpet
James Pugh, Bruce Bonvisutto, trombone
Nathan Durham, trombone, tuba
John Redsecker, drums
James Saporito, Thas Wheeler, percussion
Jennifer Hoult, harp
Bruce Samuels, synthesizer programming

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