Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie mp3 album
Rose-Marie, Show Boat. Julie Andrews & Giorgio Tozzi.
Performer – Julie Andrews (tracks: A5, A6, B1, B4 To B8). Performer – Frederick Harvey (tracks: A4, B4). Performer – Marion Keene (tracks: B3, B5).
Artist: Julie Andrews, Michael Sammes Singers, Julie Andrews & Giorgio Tozzi. Album: Rose-Marie Original Soundtrack Recording, Rose-Marie. Download Julie Andrews, Julie Andrews & Giorgio Tozzi, Michael Sammes Singers - The Mounties (From "Rose-Marie"). Rose-Marie Original Soundtrack Recording: Best 2 songs. Frances Day, Meier Tzelniker, Michael Sammes Singers - Why Shouldn't We (From "Rose-Marie") 02:34. Michael Sammes Singers, New Symphony Orchestra Of London - Finale Ultimo (From "Rose-Marie") 02:47. Album: Rose-Marie Original Soundtrack Recording
Giorgio Tozzi, Marion Keene Totem Tom-Tom. Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi feat. Marion Bell Pretty Things. Giorgio Tozzi, Marion Bell Pretty Things. John Hauxvell, Marion Keene, Tudor Evans Finaletto, Act 2. Other listen.
Rose-Marie is an operetta-style musical with music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart, and book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II. The story takes place in the Canadian Rockies and concerns Rose-Marie La Flemme, a French Canadian girl who loves miner Jim Kenyon. When Jim falls under suspicion for murder, her brother Emile plans for Rose-Marie to marry Edward Hawley, a city man.
Artists: Frances Day. Frederick Harvey. Julie Andrews & Giorgio Tozzi feat. Frances Day & Meier Tzelniker.
Although Rose Marie is supposed to be partially an American Indian who speaks pidgin English (witness her song "Lak Jeem," . "Like Jim"), Andrews makes no attempt to accommodate that characterization. The singers simply try to sing the score as well as they can, and that turns out to be very good, with Andrews' romantic interest, Jim, played by opera singer Giorgio Tozzi, teaming with her successfully on "Indian Love Call" and other roles played by such effective performers as the comic Meier Tzelniker and Frances Day ("Hard-Boiled Herman," "Why Shouldn't I"). as well as Marion Keene ("Totem Tom-Tom"). But this is largely a showcase for Andrews.
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Orchestra – The New Symphony Orchestra Of London
|A3||Hard Boiled Herman|
|A6||Indian Love Call|
|B2||Why Shouldn't We|
|B4||Finale, Act I|
|B5||Finaletto, Act II|
|B6||Minuet Of The Minute|
|B7||Door Of My Dreams|
- Chorus – Boys' Chorus (Rose-Marie) (tracks: A4, A5), The Michael Sammes Singers* (tracks: A3, B1, B3, B4, B6, B7)
- Conductor – Lehman Engel
- Illustration – A Parker*
- Liner Notes – Stanley Green
- Lyrics By – Oscar Hammerstein 2nd*, Otto Harbach
- Music By – Herbert Stothart, Rudolf Friml
- Orchestra – The New Symphony Orchestra Of London (tracks: A1)
- Performer [Edward Hawley] – Tudor Evans (tracks: B4, B5)
- Performer [Emile La Flamme] – John Hauxvell (tracks: B4, B5)
- Performer [Hard-boiled Herman] – Meier Tzelniker (tracks: A3, B2, B4, B6)
- Performer [Jim Kenyon] – Giorgio Tozzi (tracks: A2, A6, B5, B8)
- Performer [Lady Jane] – Frances Day (tracks: A3, B2, B4)
- Performer [Rose-marie La Flamme] – Julie Andrews (tracks: A5, A6, B1, B4 To B8)
- Performer [Sergeant Malone] – Frederick Harvey (tracks: A4, B4)
- Performer [Wanda] – Marion Keene (tracks: B3, B5)
- Producer – Ed Welker, Hugh Mendl
NotesRecorded in London, July 1958
|LOP-1001||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie (LP)||RCA Victor||LOP-1001||US||1959|
|SF-5046||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie (LP)||RCA||SF-5046||Europe||Unknown|
|RD-27143||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie (LP, Mono)||RCA Victor||RD-27143||UK||1958|
|LOC-1001||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie (LP, Mono, RE)||RCA Victor||LOC-1001||New Zealand||1966|
|LOP-1001||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi||Julie Andrews / Giorgio Tozzi - Rose-Marie (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LOP-1001||Canada||1959|