SONDHEIM - A MUSICAL TRIBUTE



Composer: Stephen Sondheim
Lyricist: Stephen Sondheim

Opened: March 11, 1973, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 1

Note: Only original cast member performances not otherwise found on the CD reissue of SONDHEIM - A MUSICAL TRIBUTE, CD/RCA Victor 60515-2-RC, are noted below.


Anyone Can Whistle:

1. By Side By Side By Side By Side By Sondheim, CD/Kritzerland KR 20012-8 (Len Cariou with musical direction by Gerald Sternbach)


Class (originally used in SATURDAY NIGHT):

1. SATURDAY NIGHT Baker's Audition (Jack Cassidy with Leila Martin, Alice Ghostley, Robin Oliver, Dick Kallman, Jay Harnick, and Arte Johnson with Stephen Sondheim, piano) [reissued on Stephen Sondheim: The Story So Farů, CD/Sony Masterworks Broadway 82796-94255-2]


Comedy Tonight (originally used in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM):

1. A Gala Concert For Hal Prince, CD/First Night DOCRCD 2 (Company including Len Cariou with orchestra conducted by Charles Prince)


I Remember (originally used in EVENING PRIMROSE):

1. Sondheim - A Musical Tribute, Warner Bros. (S) 2WS 2705 (Victoria Mallory with orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani) (not on CD)
2. When Everything Was Possible: A Concert (With Comments), CD/Ghostlight 84500-02 (Victory Mallory with musical direction by Michael Rafter)


Liasions (originally used in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC):

1. A Little Night Music, Columbia (S) KS-32265 (Hermione Gingold with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Sony Classical SK 65284]
2. A Little Night Music, RCA (S) LRL1-5090 (Hermione Gingold with orchestra conducted by Ray Cook) [reissued as CD/RCD1-5090]


Love Will See Us Through (originally used in FOLLIES):

1. Follies, Capitol (S) SO-761 (Harvey Evans and Marti Rolph with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Broadway Angel ZDM-64666]


Lovely (originally used in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM):

1. Inside The Music, CD/Varese Sarabande VSD- 62124 (Donna McKechnie with musical direction by Philip Fortenberry)


Marry Me A Little (cut from COMPANY):

1. Company Composer Demo (Stephen Sondheim, piano and voice) [reissued on Sondheim Sings Volume I: 1962-1972, CD/PS Classics PS-9529]


Send In The Clowns (originally used in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC):

1. A Little Night Music, Columbia (S) KS-32265 (Glynis Johns with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Sony Classical SK 65284]
2. A Little Night Music, Columbia (S) KS-32265 (Glynis Johns and Len Cariou with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) (reprise) [reissued as CD/Sony Classical SK 65284]
3. A Stephen Sondheim Evening, RCA (S) CBL2-4745 (Angela Lansbury with Stephen Sondheim, piano) [reissued as CD/RCA 09026-61174-2]
4. Sondheim: A Celebration, CD/Varese Sarabande VSD2-5820 (Glynis Johns with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz)
5. Hey, Mr. Producer!, CD/First Night 314 538 030-2 (Stephen Sondheim & Andrew Lloyd Webber) (part of "Dueling Pianos")


Side By Side By Side (originally used in COMPANY):

1. Company, Columbia (S) OS-3530 (Dean Jones with Barbara Barrie, Charles Braswell, Susan Browning, George Coe, John Cunningham, Steve Elmore, Beth Howland, Charles Kimbrough, Merle Louise, Donna McKechnie, Pamela Myers, Teri Ralston, and Elaine Stritch with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Sony Classical SK 65283]
2. Hey, Mr. Producer! (David Kernan, Millicent Martin, Julia McKenzie, Ned Sherrin, and Stephen Sondheim)
3. Sondheim Tonight, CD/JAY CDJAY2 1313 (Company including Stephen Sondheim and Len Cariou with orchestra conducted by David Firman) (as "Finale")
4. A Gala Concert For Hal Prince, CD/First Night DOCRCD 2 (Raier Wallraf and Company including Len Cariou with orchestra conducted by Charles Prince)
5. Sondheim: A Celebration, CD/Varese Sarabande VSD2-5820 (Company including Glynis Johns with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley)


Something's Coming (M: Leonard Bernstein) (originally used in WEST SIDE STORY):

1. West Side Story, Columbia (S) OS-2001 (Larry Kert with orchestra conducted by Max Goberman) [reissued as CD/Columbia CK 32603]
2. Larry Kert Sings Leonard Bernstein, Seeco (S) CES-4670 (Larry Kert with orchestra conducted by Richard Wess) [reissued as CD/Stage Door STAGE 9016]


What Would We Do Without You (originally used in COMPANY):

1. Company, Columbia (S) OS-3530 (Dean Jones, Barbara Barrie, Charles Braswell, Susan Browning, George Coe, John Cunningham, Steve Elmore, Beth Howland, Charles Kimbrough, Merle Louise, Donna McKechnie, Pamela Myers, Teri Ralston, and Elaine Stritch with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Sony Classical SK 65283]


You're Gonna Love Tomorrow (originally used in FOLLIES):

1. Follies, Capitol (S) SO-761 (Kurt Peterson and Virginia Sandifur with orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings) [reissued as CD/Broadway Angel ZDM-64666]


Other Material:

Take The Moment (M: Richard Rodgers) (originally used in DO I HEAR A WALTZ?)
There Won't Be Trumpets (cut from ANYONE CAN WHISTLE)