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Friml: Vagabond King & Rose Marie Highlights

Cervenka,Jan
Release Date: 03/14/2006 
Label:  Emi Classics   Catalog #: 35971  
Composer:  Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Dorothy DorowEdwin SteffeLissa GrayJohn Larsen,   ... 
Conductor:  Jan CervenkaJohnny DouglasTony Osborne
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show OrchestraPeter Knight SingersLinden Singers,   ... 
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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This CD is reissued by ArkivMusic.

Notes and Editorial Reviews

Complete Track Listing:

The Vagabond King

1. Introduction & Opening Chorus: Gaudeo (Love Is Like A Bubble In Our Glasses)
2. Love For Sale (Here's Your Dream Of Happiness)
3. Drinking Song: A Flagon Of Wine (Lay Me To Snooze)
4. Song Of The Vagabonds (Come All You Beggars Of Paris Town)
5. Some Day
6. Only A Rose (Red Rose, Out Of The East)
7. Hunting (We Hunt Today For A Wilder Sort Of Game)
8. Scotch Archer Song (There's A Crook With A Look)
9. Tomorrow (When You Say: 'Not Today')
10. Huguette Waltz: Never Try To Bind Me (Hearts May Flower)
11. Love Me Tonight
12. Finale Act II: In The Name Of The Duke Of Burgundy Read more />
Rose Marie

13. Overture - Sing Fol Di Rol
14. Hard-Boiled Herman (When I Get My Gat)
15. Rose Marie (Oh, Sweet Rose Marie)
16. The Mounties (On Through The Hail)
17. Lak Jeem (I Know Dat No Udder Man I See)
18. Indian Love Call (So Echoes Of Sweet Love Notes Gently Fall)
19. Pretty Things (If A Man Should Ask)
20. Why Shouldn't We (Sweetheart, Sweetheart)
21. Totem Tom-Tom (Long Ago There Used To Be)
22. Only A Kiss
23. The Minuet Of The Minute (Sedate And Stately Minuet)
24. The Door Of My Dreams (Now At Last The Door Of My Dreams)
25. Finale
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Works on This Recording

1. The Vagabond King: Gaudeo by Rudolf Friml
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925 
2. The Vagabond King: Love for Sale by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Dorothy Dorow (Soprano)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
3. The Vagabond King: Drinking Song by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Edwin Steffe (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
4. The Vagabond King: Some day by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Lissa Gray (Soprano)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
5. The Vagabond King: Song of the Vagabonds by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Edwin Steffe (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
6. The Vagabond King: Only a rose by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Lissa Gray (Soprano), Edwin Steffe (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
7. The Vagabond King: Hunting by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Lissa Gray (Soprano), John Larsen (Tenor)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
8. The Vagabond King: Scotch Archer Song by Rudolf Friml
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
9. The Vagabond King: Tomorrow by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Edwin Steffe (Voice), Lissa Gray (Soprano)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
10. The Vagabond King: Huguette Waltz by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  John Larsen (Tenor), Freda Larsen (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
11. The Vagabond King: Love me tonight by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Lissa Gray (Soprano), Edwin Steffe (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925; USA 
12. The Vagabond King: In the name of the Duke of Burgundy by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Lissa Gray (Soprano), Edwin Steffe (Voice)
Conductor:  Jan Cervenka
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra,  Peter Knight Singers
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1925 
13. Rose Marie: Overture by Rudolf Friml
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
14. Rose Marie: Hard-boiled Herman by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  David Croft (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
15. Rose Marie: Rose Marie by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  David Hughes (Tenor)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1924; USA 
16. Rose Marie: The Mounties by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Andy Cole (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
17. Rose Marie: Lak Jeem by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Barbara Leigh (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
18. Rose Marie: Indian Love Call "When I'm calling you" by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  David Hughes (Tenor), Barbara Leigh (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1924; USA 
19. Rose Marie: Pretty Things by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Barbara Leigh (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
20. Rose Marie: Why shouldn't we? by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Maggie Fitzgibbon (Voice), David Croft (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
21. Rose Marie: Totem Tom-Tom by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Barbara Elsy (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra
22. Rose Marie: Only a kiss by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Andy Cole (Voice), David Croft (Voice), Maggie Fitzgibbon (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
23. Rose Marie: the Minuet of the Minute by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  David Croft (Voice), Barbara Leigh (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New World Show Orchestra
24. Rose Marie: The door of my dreams by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Elizabeth Larner (Voice)
Conductor:  Tony Osborne
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Rita Williams Singers,  Tony Osborne Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Date of Recording: c1957 
25. Rose Marie: Finale by Rudolf Friml
Performer:  Barbara Elsy (Voice), David Croft (Voice), David Hughes (Tenor),
Andy Cole (Voice), Maggie Fitzgibbon (Voice), Barbara Leigh (Voice)
Conductor:  Johnny Douglas
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Linden Singers,  New World Show Orchestra

Sound Samples

The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Introduction & Opening Chorus: Gaudeo (Love is like a bubble in our glasses) (chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Love for Sale (Here's your dream of happiness) (Huguette, chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Drinking Song: A Flagon of Wine (Lay me to snooze) (Tabarie, chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Song of the Vagabonds (Come all you beggars of Paris Town) (Villon, chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Some Day (Katherine) (1961 Digital Remaster)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Only a Rose (Red rose, out of the east) (Villon, Katherine)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: Hunting (We hunt today for a wilder sort of game) (Noel, Katherine, chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: Scotch Archer Song (There's a crook with a look) (chorus)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: Tomorrow (When you say: 'Not today') (Villon, Katherine)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act III: Huguette Waltz: Never try to bind me (Hearts may flower) (Huguette*, Noel)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act III: Love me tonight (Villon, Katherine)
The Vagabond King (highlights) (Musical play in four acts · Book & lyrics by W. H. Post and Brian Hooker) (1961 Digital Remaster), [dummy track - ignore]: Finale: In the name of the Duke of Burgundy (Villon, Katherine, chorus)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Overture - Sing fol di rol (orchestra, chorus)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Hard-Boiled Herman (When I get my gat) (Herman, chorus) (1961 Digital Remaster)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Rose Marie (Oh, sweet Rose Marie) (Jim, chorus)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: The Mounties (On through the hail) (Mounties, chorus) (1961 Digital Remaster)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Lak Jeem (I know dat no udder man I see) (Rose Marie, chorus)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Indian Love Call (So echoes of sweet love notes gently fall) (Rose Marie, Jim)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Pretty Things (If a man should ask) (chorus, Rose Marie)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Why shouldn't we? (Sweetheart, sweetheart) (Herman, Jane) (1961 Digital Remaster)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act I: Totem Tom-Tom (Long ago there used to be) (Wanda, chorus)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: Only a Kiss (Herman, Jane, Malone)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: The Minuet of the Minute (Sedate and stately minuet) (Rose Marie, Herman)
The Door of My Dreams (Now at last the door of my dreams) (Rose Marie) (from Rose Marie) (1957 Digital Remaster)
Rose Marie (highlights) (Musical play in two acts · Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II) (1961 Digital Remaster), Act II: Finale (company)

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