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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 1943 | Verve Reissues

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 9 de noviembre de 1956 | Masterworks Broadway

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de noviembre de 1959 | Craft Recordings

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Rodgers & Hammerstein's final musical, The Sound of Music, was also a definitive work for the team in that it combined many elements common to their other shows, particularly South Pacific and The King and I: it was set in a foreign locale, it starred a female lead in charge of children, it concerned an unlikely romance between an older man and a younger woman, it had a social/political element, and it featured a stirring anthem for a soprano (in this case, "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"). The "based on a true story" plot concerned an aspiring nun who becomes a governess in pre-World War II Austria, only to marry the children's father and flee with the family from the Nazis. Mary Martin played Maria, the postulant, and brought to the part her usual warmth and humor, along with a sense of authority born of decades of Broadway stardom. She was supported by an excellent cast including Patricia Neway, the Mother Abbess who sang "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"; folksinger Theodore Bikel in the male lead; and Kurt Kaszner and Marion Marlowe as collaborationists, plus, of course, the children, who joined in on soon-to-be standards such as "Do-Re-Mi." The massive success of the 1965 film version starring Julie Andrews tends to overshadow the stage production, so it's worth noting that this album topped the Billboard chart for 16 weeks and remains superior to the movie soundtrack, which deleted several key songs and added inferior ones written by Rodgers alone after Hammerstein's death. This CD reissue has noticeably improved sound and adds two bonus tracks: a 16-and-a-half-minute suite of the score put together by original orchestrator Robert Russell Bennett that constitutes a virtual overture and a version of "Do-Re-Mi" by Mitch Miller & the Sing-Along Chorus, with the children of the cast joining in. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de noviembre de 1959 | Craft Recordings

Rodgers & Hammerstein's final musical, The Sound of Music, was also a definitive work for the team in that it combined many elements common to their other shows, particularly South Pacific and The King and I: it was set in a foreign locale, it starred a female lead in charge of children, it concerned an unlikely romance between an older man and a younger woman, it had a social/political element, and it featured a stirring anthem for a soprano (in this case, "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"). The "based on a true story" plot concerned an aspiring nun who becomes a governess in pre-World War II Austria, only to marry the children's father and flee with the family from the Nazis. Mary Martin played Maria, the postulant, and brought to the part her usual warmth and humor, along with a sense of authority born of decades of Broadway stardom. She was supported by an excellent cast including Patricia Neway, the Mother Abbess who sang "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"; folksinger Theodore Bikel in the male lead; and Kurt Kaszner and Marion Marlowe as collaborationists, plus, of course, the children, who joined in on soon-to-be standards such as "Do-Re-Mi." The massive success of the 1965 film version starring Julie Andrews tends to overshadow the stage production, so it's worth noting that this album topped the Billboard chart for 16 weeks and remains superior to the movie soundtrack, which deleted several key songs and added inferior ones written by Rodgers alone after Hammerstein's death. This CD reissue has noticeably improved sound and adds two bonus tracks: a 16-and-a-half-minute suite of the score put together by original orchestrator Robert Russell Bennett that constitutes a virtual overture and a version of "Do-Re-Mi" by Mitch Miller & the Sing-Along Chorus, with the children of the cast joining in. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de enero de 1962 | Craft Recordings

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 6 de mayo de 1963 | Columbia

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 22 de junio de 1964 | RCA Victor

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 8 de abril de 1966 | Masterworks Broadway

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 16 de enero de 1967 | Columbia - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 31 de diciembre de 1967 | The Connoisseur Collection Ltd

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de enero de 1968 | Polydor

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 25 de marzo de 1968 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de junio de 1968 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 10 de agosto de 1968 | Universal Music AB

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 19 de agosto de 1968 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 27 de septiembre de 1968 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de noviembre de 1968 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de enero de 1969 | UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de mayo de 1969 | RCA - Legacy

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Comedias musicales - Publicado el 1 de mayo de 1969 | Masterworks Broadway

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