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Brigadoon [1988 London Revivial Cast]

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All Music Guide - Sarah Erlewine
A favorite of community theaters, Brigadoon is the tale of two tourists who stumble upon the village of Brigadoon -- quite a stroke of luck, actually, given that the 18th century Brigadoon only appears for 24 hours a century. One of the tourists falls in love with a village girl, and the very existence of Brigadoon is threatened until the 24-hour period ends and the village disappears. A beautiful Celtic score by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe makes this show such a success. An excellent version of this Lerner & Loewe hit, this 1988 London recording contains very strong performances and would be a good choice for those looking for a copy of Brigadoon for their ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Sarah Erlewine
A favorite of community theaters, Brigadoon is the tale of two tourists who stumble upon the village of Brigadoon -- quite a stroke of luck, actually, given that the 18th century Brigadoon only appears for 24 hours a century. One of the tourists falls in love with a village girl, and the very existence of Brigadoon is threatened until the 24-hour period ends and the village disappears. A beautiful Celtic score by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe makes this show such a success. An excellent version of this Lerner & Loewe hit, this 1988 London recording contains very strong performances and would be a good choice for those looking for a copy of Brigadoon for their collections.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/7/1998
  • Label: First Night Records
  • UPC: 723723258328
  • Catalog Number: 6022

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Introduction and Prologue (2:10)
  2. 2 Brigadoon - Down in Macconnachy Square - Lesley Mackie (5:13)
  3. 3 Waitin' for My Dearie - Jacinta Mulcahy (4:10)
  4. 4 I'll Go Home With Bonnie Jean - Maurice Clarke (2:06)
  5. 5 The Heather on the Hill - Jacinta Mulcahy (4:13)
  6. 6 The Love of My Life - Lesley Mackie (3:26)
  7. 7 Almost Like Being In Love - Jacinta Mulcahy (2:43)
  8. 8 Come to Me, Bend to Me - Maurice Clarke (2:17)
  9. 9 Sword Dance and Reel - the Chase - Donald Jones (6:28)
  10. 10 There But for You Go I - Jacinta Mulcahy (4:23)
  11. 11 My Mother's Weddin' Day - Lesley Mackie (2:21)
  12. 12 The Funeral - David Brooks (2:40)
  13. 13 From This Day On - Jacinta Mulcahy (5:01)
  14. 14 Finale - Robin Nedwell (1:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
1988 London Cast Primary Artist, Indexed Contributor
John Kirby Cello
Trevor Burley Cello
Nick Davies Violin
Kevin Jackson Flute, Piccolo
Don Jones Vocals, cast
Steve McDade Violin
David Price Trumpet
Steve Russell Choir, Chorus, cast
Alan Adams Vocals, cast
Teresa Wellard Choir, Chorus, cast
Alan Berlyn Trumpet
Karen Leedham Horn
Juliet Leighton-Jones Leader
Stephen Lubmann cast
David McEwan Vocals, cast
Alex Phillip Trombone
Tony Stansfiled Vocals, Choir, Chorus, cast
Gerry Richards Violin
Adam Douglas Choir, Chorus, cast
Brian McGuire Choir, Chorus, cast
Ann Glover Oboe
Ensemble Track Performer
Jacqueline Cairns cast
Robert Meadmore Vocals, cast
Maurice Clarke Vocals, cast
Robert Higgs Violin
Helene Whitcombe cast
Karen Halliday Choir, Chorus, cast
Jennifer Booth Choir, Chorus, cast
Zoe Ann Bown Choir, Chorus, cast
Jon Carnac Clarinet
Timothy Clarke Choir, Chorus, cast
Sandra Dahlqvist Choir, Chorus, cast
Scott Davies Vocals, cast
Stephen Dehn Clarinet
Carrie Ellis Vocals, Choir, Chorus, cast
Huw Evans Horn
Freda Farnworth Choir, Chorus, cast
Myles Freeman Vocals, Choir, Chorus, cast
Pauline Hambelton Choir, Chorus, cast
Anthony Huggins Bass
Robert Bailey Cello
Stephen Lubbman Vocals, Choir, Chorus, cast
Lesley Mackie Vocals, cast
Leonard Maguire Vocals, cast
Kate Marsden Choir, Chorus, cast
Phillip Winter [1] Violin
Ralph Meanley Vocals, cast
Jean Buik Morton Choir, Chorus, cast
Jacinta Mulcahy Vocals, cast
Robin Nedwell Vocals, cast
Ian Pressland Cello
Anna Louise Marsh Rees cast
Owen Little Viola
Christina Hannah Violin
Jo Anne Sale cast
Ian Mackenzie Stewart cast
Shelagh Stuchbery Choir, Chorus, cast
Sorkina Tate Vocals, cast
Kevin Vaughan Choir, Chorus, cast
Alan Vicary Choir, Chorus, cast
David Brooks Pipe, Vocals, cast
Brigadoon Pit Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Brigadoon Cast Ensemble cast
James Miller-Coburn Vocals, cast
Allan Adams Vocals
Jactina Mulcahy Vocals
Technical Credits
Reg Wilson Production Photography
Chris Walker Producer
Tommy Shaw Choreographer
Sheridan Morley Liner Notes
Richard Bird Artwork, Illustrations
Rick Clark Engineer
Alan Jay Lerner Lyricist, Book
Teddy Royal Orchestration
John Luard Timperley Engineer
Agnes de Mille Choreographer
Juliet Leighton-Jones Orchestra Leader
Bill Occleshaw Orchestral Manager
Roger Redfarn Director
Stuart Calvert Musical Director
Chris Walker Producer
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