Musicality of Rodgers and Hammerstein

The Musicality of Rodgers and Hammerstein

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by Rodgers & Hammerstein

Product Details

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Jay Records

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rodgers & Hammerstein   Primary Artist
Pat Suzuki   Vocals,Track Performer
Thomas Allen   Vocals,Track Performer
Kim Criswell   Vocals,Track Performer
John Owen   Conductor
John Owen Edwards   Conductor
Debbie Gravitte   Vocals,Track Performer
Sally Burgess   Vocals,Track Performer
National Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Martin Yates   Conductor
Judy Blazer   Vocals,Track Performer
Brent Barrett   Vocals,Track Performer
Ron Raines   Track Performer
Susan Egan   Vocals,Track Performer
Valerie Masterson   Vocals,Track Performer
Craig Barna   Conductor
Company   Track Performer
Rod Raines   Vocals
Philharmonia Orchestra   Performing Ensemble

Technical Credits

Robert Russell Bennett   Orchestration
Peter Cobbin   Engineer
Troy Halderson   Engineer
Oscar Hammerstein   Lyricist
John Kurlander   Engineer
John Yap   Producer,Executive Producer
Rexton S. Bunnett   Liner Notes
National Symphony Orchestra   Contributor
Alex Scannell   Engineer
Don Walker   Orchestration
John A. Yap   Executive Producer
Philharmonia Orchestra   Contributor

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