Release Date: April 6, 1973
Formats: CD, Digital, Vinyl
|1.||Overture and Night Waltz (Benjamin Rayson, Teri Ralston, Barbara Lang, Gene Varrone, Beth Fowler)||3:59|
|2.||Now - Later - Soon (Len Cariou, Mark Lambert, Victoria Mallory)||10:37|
|3.||The Glamorous Life (Judy Kahan, Glynis Johns, Hermione Gingold, Teri Ralston, Beth Fowler, Barbara Lang, Benjamin Rayson, Gene Varrone)||4:01|
|4.||Remember? (Benjamin Rayson, Teri Ralston, Beth Fowler, Gene Varrone, Barbara Lang)||2:30|
|5.||You Must Meet My Wife (Glynis Johns, Len Cariou)||4:07|
|6.||Liaisons (Hermione Gingold)||5:06|
|7.||In Praise of Women (Laurence Guittard)||3:29|
|8.||Every Day A Little Death (Patricia Elliott, Victoria Mallory)||2:28|
|9.||A Weekend in the Country (Company)||6:40|
|10.||The Sun Won't Set (Night Waltz I) (Barbara Lang, Beth Fowler, Teri Ralston, Benjamin Rayson, Gene Varrone)||1:48|
|11.||The Sun Sits Low (Night Waltz II)* (Teri Ralston, Gene Varrone, Benjamin Rayson, Beth Fowler, Barbara Lang)||1:42|
|12.||It Would Have Been Wonderful (Len Cariou, Laurence Guittard)||4:26|
|13.||Perpetual Anticipation (Teri Ralston, Beth Fowler, Barbara Lang)||0:58|
|14.||Send In The Clowns (Glynis Johns)||3:27|
|15.||The Miller's Son (D. Jamin-Bartlett)||4:28|
|16.||Finale: Send in the Clowns (Glynis Johns, Len Cariou)||3:27|
|17.||The Glamorous Life** (Elaine Tomkinson)||4:57|
|Total Album Time:||68:10|
Masterworks Broadway continues to explore the rich history of its unrivaled cast recording and film soundtrack catalogs with the release of A Little Night Musicpreviously unavailable on CD.
The soundtrack of the 1978 movie version of Stephen Sondheim's Broadway masterpiece, A Little Night Music finally finds its way to CD. Directed by Hal Prince, the all-star cast features Elizabeth Taylor, who sings the famous "Send in the Clowns," Diana Rigg, Lesley-Ann Down, Len Cariou and Hermione Gingold.
This newly-remastered CD is transferred from the original stereo masters, and includes a previously unreleased instrumental cue, along with two other instrumental cues taken from the mono soundtrack of the film. The complete version of "Every Day a Little Death" is also included from the mono soundtrack, as the carriage ride verse written for the film was not included on the stereo master. Featuring liner notes by Sondheim archivist Peter E. Jones.
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