1. Warren & Gordon--Get Happy from Summer Stock
Judy Garland, vocal
2. Arthur Freed/Nacio Herb Brown--Make 'Em Laugh from Singin' in the Rain
Donald O'Connor, vocal
3. Rodgers & Hammerstein--Shall We Dance from The King and I
Marni Nixon, Yul Brynner, vocals
4. Lerner & Loewe--Overture and I Wonder What the King is Doing Tonight from Camelot
Richard Burton, vocal
5. Lerner & Loewe--I'm an Ordinary Man from My Fair Lady
Rex Harrison, vocal
6. Meredith Willson--Pick a Litte, Talk a Little; Lida Rose from The Music Man
Hermione Gingold; The Buffalo Bills; Shirley Jones, vocals
7. Rodgers & Hammerstein--Oklahoma Overture
8. Lionel Bart--Food, Glorious Food from Oliver
Mark Lester, Harry Secombe, vocals
9. Rodgers & Hammerstein--Edelweiss; Climb Ev'ry Mountain from The Sound of Music
Christopher Plummer; Peggy Wood, vocals
10. Meredith Willson--I Ain't Down Yet from The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Debbie Reynolds, vocal
Love the show, it's a great way to start off the week! Keep it up!
Thanks for the hour-long spike pounded into my skull, it's a great way to start the week!
And I thought canning my strawberry preserves late in the evening would be hard work. Not so while dancing and singing to Roll Credits! Thank you both. Looking forward to Monday's show (:
Vanessa, I must beg to disagree, with regard to the Aug 1 show at least. An hour of broadway musicals that happened to be turned into movies is in no way a program about film scores. The crossover between people interested in truly symphonic film music and people who like "The King and I" is not large.