South Pacific [Music Theater of Lincoln Center Recording]

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
South Pacific was revived on Broadway after its initial 1949 production, but the first major revival was the one undertaken by its composer, Richard Rodgers, in 1967 as part of his stewardship of Music Theater at Lincoln Center, an organization presenting limited summer engagements of legendary musicals at the New York State Theater in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts complex. Rodgers re-hired Giorgio Tozzi, who had been heard but not seen in the 1958 film version, dubbing the singing voice of Rossano Brazzi in the role of Emile de Becque, the French planter who woos Ensign Nellie Forbush on an island in the South Pacific during World War II. For Nellie, ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
South Pacific was revived on Broadway after its initial 1949 production, but the first major revival was the one undertaken by its composer, Richard Rodgers, in 1967 as part of his stewardship of Music Theater at Lincoln Center, an organization presenting limited summer engagements of legendary musicals at the New York State Theater in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts complex. Rodgers re-hired Giorgio Tozzi, who had been heard but not seen in the 1958 film version, dubbing the singing voice of Rossano Brazzi in the role of Emile de Becque, the French planter who woos Ensign Nellie Forbush on an island in the South Pacific during World War II. For Nellie, Rodgers picked Florence Henderson, a minor Broadway and TV performer whose most substantial stage credit had been starring in Fanny in 1954 opposite Ezio Pinza, who, coincidentally, had been the first Emile. (Henderson was two years away from realizing her true destiny as Carole Brady on TV's The Brady Bunch.) Tozzi certainly had the voice for his part, and Henderson, even if she was no Mary Martin (the original Nellie), was appealing. The secondary roles were also filled efficiently, and Rodgers snuck some extra music in here and there on what was billed as the "first true stereo" recording of the score. That was enough to make this South Pacific at least as good as the 1958 soundtrack, but still a far second to the original Broadway cast album.
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  • Release Date: 8/29/2006
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 828768839324
  • Catalog Number: 88393

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Kamen Vocals
Jim Sullivan Vocals
Roger Brown Vocals, cast
Donny Dolan Vocals, cast
Florence Henderson Vocals, cast
Dave Doyle Vocals
Bob Monroe cast
Richard Ensslen Vocals
Dana Shimizu Vocals, cast
Susan Campbell Vocals, cast
William Lutz Vocals, cast
Giorgio Tozzi Vocals, cast
Ted Story Vocals, cast
Bobbi Baird Vocals, cast
Jack Knight cast
Jonathan Anderson Conductor, Musical Direction
Patti Davis Vocals, cast
Alexander Orfaly Vocals, cast
Martha Danielle Vocals, cast
Jane Coleman Vocals, cast
Laried Montgomery Vocals, cast
Bob Barbieri Vocals, cast
Irene Byatt Vocals, cast
Eleanor Calbes Vocals, cast
Marvin Camillo Vocals, cast
Judy Case Vocals, cast
Lisa Damon Vocals, cast
Lynn Dovel Vocals, cast
Robert Ito Vocals, cast
David Jarratt Vocals, cast
Phil Lucas Vocals, cast
Joyce Maret Vocals, cast
Justin McDonough Vocals, cast
Frank Scannelli Vocals
Keenan Shimizu Vocals, cast
Joseph della Sorte Vocals
Brad Sullivan Vocals
Technical Credits
Matt Kelly Reissue Research
Richard Rodgers Composer
Robert Russell Bennett Orchestration
Didier C. Deutsch Liner Notes, Reissue Producer, Reissue Liner Notes
Oscar Hammerstein II Composer, Lyricist, Book
Richard King Mastering
Edward Kleban Producer, Audio Production
Roxanne Slimak Art Direction
Jonathan Anderson Musical Director
Joshua Logan Book
Anthony Fountain Reissue Research
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