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High Society [Original Broadway Cast]
     

High Society [Original Broadway Cast]

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This 1999 original cast recording of High Society features the talents of Melissa Errico, Daniel McDonald, Randy Graff, Stephen Bogardus, and John McMartin, under the musical direction of

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This 1999 original cast recording of High Society features the talents of Melissa Errico, Daniel McDonald, Randy Graff, Stephen Bogardus, and John McMartin, under the musical direction of Paul Gemignani. Along with Cole Porter's classic score, which features "Well, Did You Evah!" and "I Love Paris," this version of High Society includes additional lyrics by Susan Birkenhead, and debuts some of Porter's songs -- "Let's Misbehave," "You're Sensational" and "True Love" -- in a Broadway setting.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/20/1999
Label:
Drg
UPC:
0021471901122
catalogNumber:
19011

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Performance Credits

Martin Agee   Violin
Dennis Anderson   Woodwind
Paul Gemignani   Conductor
Bob Milikan   Trumpet
Suzanne Ornstein   Violin
Clay Ruede   Cello
Ron Sell   French Horn
Scott Shacter   Woodwind
James Pugh   Trombone
Richard Brice   Viola
Paul Ford   Keyboards
Thad Wheeler   Percussion
Rick Dolan   Violin
Andrew Schwartz   Banjo,Guitar
Nicholas Archer   Keyboards
Peter Donovan   String Bass

Technical Credits

William David Brohn   Orchestration
Hugh Fordin   Producer
Paul Gemignani   Musical Director
Cole Porter   Composer
Cynthia Daniels   Engineer
Paul Huntley   Wigs
Amy Morton   Art Direction
Glen Kelly   Arranger
Tony Meola   Engineer
Jane Greenwood   Costume Design
Christopher Renshaw   Director
Jay Binder   Casting

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High Society [Original Broadway Cast] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has to be one of Porter's best scores. The recording is a new one and it is superb. There is a swinging rendition of ''Let's Misbehave,'' and has great lesser-known showtunes like, ''Throwing a Ball Tonight.''