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Leonard Bernstein ‧ Jerome Robbins ‧ Carol Lawrence ‧ Larry Kert ‧ Chita Rivera - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast mp3 track

Leonard Bernstein ‧ Jerome Robbins ‧ Carol Lawrence ‧ Larry Kert ‧ Chita Rivera - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast mp3 track

MP3 1363 mb. | FLAC 1155 mb. | WMA 1926 mb.

Performer: Leonard Bernstein
Title: West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast
Country: US
Style: Musical, Modern
Category: Pop / Classical / Screen, stage
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: MP3 AHX AC3 WMA MPC VOC FLAC

Tracklist

A1 Orchestra*, The Jets* Prologue And Jet Song
A2 Larry Kert Something's Coming
A3 Orchestra*, Ensemble* The Dance At The Gym
A4 Larry Kert Maria
A5 Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence Tonight
A6 Chita Rivera, Marilyn Cooper, Reri Grist And Shark Girls America
A7 Mickey Calin And The Jets* Cool
A8 Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence One Hand, One Heart
B1 Ensemble*, Quintet* Tonight
B2 Orchestra* The Rumble
B3 Carol Lawrence, Marilyn Cooper, Carmen Gutierrez, Elizabeth Taylor* I Feel Pretty
B4 Reri Grist & Ensemble* Somewhere (Ballet)
B5 Eddie Roll, Grover Dale And The Jets* Gee, Officer Krupke!
B6 Carol Lawrence And Chita Rivera A Boy Like That / I Have A Love
B7 Unknown Artist Finale

Credits

  • Art Direction [Costumes Designed By] – Irene Sharaff
  • Choreography – Jerome Robbins
  • Choreography [Co-choreographer] – Peter Gennaro
  • Directed By – Jerome Robbins
  • Lead Vocals [Anita, The Girl Of Bernardo, Leader Of The Sharks] – Chita Rivera
  • Lead Vocals [Maria, Sister Of Bernardo, Leader Of The Sharks] – Carol Lawrence
  • Lead Vocals [Riff, Leader Of The Jets] – Mickey Calin
  • Lead Vocals [Tony, Old Friend Of Riff And Co-founder Of The Jets] – Larry Kert
  • Leader [Musical Direction] – Max Goberman
  • Lighting – Jean Rosenthal
  • Liner Notes – George Dale
  • Lyrics By – Stephen Sondheim
  • Music By – Leonard Bernstein
  • Orchestrated By – Irwin Kostal, Leonard Bernstein, Sid Ramin
  • Photography By – Friedman-Abeles
  • Presenter – Harold S. Prince*, Robert E. Griffith
  • Presenter [By Arrangement With] – Roger L. Stevens
  • Producer [Produced For Records By] – Goddard Lieberson
  • Production Manager [Production Associate] – Sylvia Drulie
  • Script By [Book By] – Arthur Laurents
  • Set Designer [Scenic Production By] – Oliver Smith
  • Vocals [The Jets] – Carole D'Andrea, David Winters, Eddie Roll, Frank Green , Grover Dale, Hank Brunjes, Julie Oser, Lee Becker, Lowell Harris, Marilyn D'Honau, Martin Charnin, Nanette Rosen, Tommy Abbott, Tony Mordente, Wilma Curley
  • Vocals [The Sharks, Bernardo, The Leader] – Ken Leroy
  • Vocals [The Sharks] – Al De Sio, Carmen Gutierrez, Elizabeth Taylor , Erne Castaldo, Gene Gavin, George Marcy, Jack Murray , Jamie Sanchez , Jay Norman , Liane Plane, Lynn Ross , Marilyn Cooper, Noel Schwartz, Reri Grist, Ronnie Lee

Notes

Budget reissue from the 1970s.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OS 2001 Leonard Bernstein ‧ Jerome Robbins ‧ Carol Lawrence ‧ Larry Kert ‧ Chita Rivera Leonard Bernstein ‧ Jerome Robbins ‧ Carol Lawrence ‧ Larry Kert ‧ Chita Rivera - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast ‎(LP) Columbia Masterworks OS 2001 US Unknown
OL 5230 Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins - West Side Story ‎(LP, Mono) Columbia Masterworks OL 5230 US 1957
CD 860710 Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast ‎(CD, Album) GrandPrix CD 860710 Europe Unknown
40-32193, 40 32193 Various West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast ‎(Cass, Album, RE) CBS, CBS 40-32193, 40 32193 UK 1973
ST0043 Various West Side Story. The Musical 1957 ‎(CD, Album, RM) Calle Mayor ST0043 Spain 2017

Tracklist

A1 Orchestra*, The Jets* Prologue And Jet Song
A2 Larry Kert Something's Coming
A3 Orchestra*, Ensemble* The Dance At The Gym
A4 Larry Kert Maria
A5 Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence Tonight
A6 Chita Rivera, Marilyn Cooper, Reri Grist And Shark Girls America
A7 Mickey Calin And The Jets* Cool
A8 Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence One Hand, One Heart
B1 Ensemble*, Quintet* Tonight
B2 Orchestra* The Rumble
B3 Carol Lawrence, Marilyn Cooper, Carmen Gutierrez, Elizabeth Taylor* I Feel Pretty
B4 Reri Grist & Ensemble* Somewhere (Ballet)
B5 Eddie Roll, Grover Dale And The Jets* Gee, Officer Krupke!
B6 Carol Lawrence And Chita Rivera A Boy Like That / I Have A Love
B7 Unknown Artist Finale

Credits

  • Art Direction [Costumes Designed By] – Irene Sharaff
  • Choreography – Jerome Robbins
  • Choreography [Co-choreographer] – Peter Gennaro
  • Directed By – Jerome Robbins
  • Lead Vocals [Anita, The Girl Of Bernardo, Leader Of The Sharks] – Chita Rivera
  • Lead Vocals [Maria, Sister Of Bernardo, Leader Of The Sharks] – Carol Lawrence
  • Lead Vocals [Riff, Leader Of The Jets] – Mickey Calin
  • Lead Vocals [Tony, Old Friend Of Riff And Co-founder Of The Jets] – Larry Kert
  • Leader [Musical Direction] – Max Goberman
  • Lighting – Jean Rosenthal
  • Liner Notes – George Dale
  • Lyrics By – Stephen Sondheim
  • Music By – Leonard Bernstein
  • Orchestrated By – Irwin Kostal, Leonard Bernstein, Sid Ramin
  • Photography By – Friedman-Abeles
  • Presenter – Harold S. Prince*, Robert E. Griffith
  • Presenter [By Arrangement With] – Roger L. Stevens
  • Producer [Produced For Records By] – Goddard Lieberson
  • Production Manager [Production Associate] – Sylvia Drulie
  • Script By [Book By] – Arthur Laurents
  • Set Designer [Scenic Production By] – Oliver Smith
  • Vocals [The Jets] – Carole D'Andrea, David Winters, Eddie Roll, Frank Green , Grover Dale, Hank Brunjes, Julie Oser, Lee Becker, Lowell Harris, Marilyn D'Honau, Martin Charnin, Nanette Rosen, Tommy Abbott, Tony Mordente, Wilma Curley
  • Vocals [The Sharks, Bernardo, The Leader] – Ken Leroy
  • Vocals [The Sharks] – Al De Sio, Carmen Gutierrez, Elizabeth Taylor , Erne Castaldo, Gene Gavin, George Marcy, Jack Murray , Jamie Sanchez , Jay Norman , Liane Plane, Lynn Ross , Marilyn Cooper, Noel Schwartz, Reri Grist, Ronnie Lee

Notes

Six-Eye Stereophonic release without "360°-Sound" (see Images)
US-Two Eye Repress: Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast
US-Half Dozen Repress: Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast

West Side Story opened in New York at the Winter Garden Theatre September 26th, 1957, following engagements in Washington and Philadelphia.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Side 1 on Label): XSM 41521
  • Label Code (Side 2 on Label): XSM 41522
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 1 (var 1)): XXSM41521-1E
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 2 (var 1)): XSM41522-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 1 (var 2)): XXSM41521-1CJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 2 (var 2)): XSM41522-1DJ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OL 5230 Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins - West Side Story ‎(LP, Mono) Columbia Masterworks OL 5230 US 1957
CD 860710 Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast ‎(CD, Album) GrandPrix CD 860710 Europe Unknown
40-32193, 40 32193 Various West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast ‎(Cass, Album, RE) CBS, CBS 40-32193, 40 32193 UK 1973
ST0043 Various West Side Story. The Musical 1957 ‎(CD, Album, RM) Calle Mayor ST0043 Spain 2017
S 32603 Leonard Bernstein West Side Story ‎(LP, Album, RE) Columbia Masterworks S 32603 Canada 1973

Cut from the original 3-track tapes by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound. Legendary 1957 stereo recording spread across 2LPs for the first time. Produced by Goddard Lieberson and recorded by Fred Plaut and Edward T. Graham at Columbia 30th Street Studio. Stoughton old style tip-on gatefold jacket includes rare photos from the original recording sessions. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 88875104691/B 24370 2 (3) RKS Sterling

Six-Eye Stereophonic release without "360°-Sound" (see Images) US-Two Eye Repress: Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast US-Half Dozen Repress: Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story - Original Broadway Cast

West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast) is the 1957 recording of a Broadway production of the musical West Side Story. Recorded 3 days after the show opened at the Winter Garden Theatre, the recording was released in October 1957 in both mono and stereo formats. In 1962, the album reached on Billboard's Pop Album chart. It certified gold by the RIAA on January 12, 1962. The album was reissued in 1973 and made its first appearance on CD in 1986

Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence, Chita Rivera, Ken Le Roy, Mickey Calin - Tonight (Quintet) (West Side Story) 03:41. Leonard Bernstein - I. Prologue (Allegro moderato) 04:07. Symphony Orchestra, Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence - One Hand, One Heart 03:03. Leonard Bernstein - X. Finale (Adagio) 02:46. Finale - Adagio 02:47. Leonard Bernstein - VII. Fugue, "Cool" (Allegretto) 03:03. New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story: No. 4, The Dance at the Gym (The Jets, the Sharks) 03:03. Leonard Bernstein - III.

Скачивайте в формате MP3 на телефон Chita Rivera, Larry Kert, Mickey Calin, Carol Lawrence, Company лучшая музыка без регистрации только здесь. Bernstein: West Side Story, the Film vs. the Broadway Production (Compare 2 Versions). Bernstein: West Side Story (Stereo Version). Chita Rivera - Tonight (Quintet and Chorus). Artists Unknown - West Side Story, Act II, Scene 15: "A Boy Like That" - "I Have a Love" (Anita, Maria). Irwin Kostal - West Side Story, Act II, Scene 17: "Finale" (Anita, Tony, Maria, The Jets, The Sharks). West Side Story Ensemble - West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast): Act I: Tonight (Quintet and Chorus). Chita Rivera - Normal American Boy (Original London Cast Recording).

West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast Recording). Bernstein integrated Latin percussion and jazz into his electrifying score, dazzlingly translating New York's unique vitality into a musical idiom. West Side Story has been adapted for jazz and interpreted by pop and opera singers, but you owe it to yourself to check out the original version to see what the fuss was all about.

When Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins met 75 years ago, they were young men hungry for their Big Break. Little did they know their partnership would make waves for decades to come. As Martin Charnin, an original Jet who went on to direct and write his own shows, says today, You know how there’s Mount Everest and then there are mountains? As far as I’m concerned, there’s West Side Story and then there are musicals. This was the pinnacle of the Bernstein-Robbins enterprise. Black Jerome was Bernstein’s nickname. During the dress rehearsal of West Side Story, right under Lenny’s nose, Black Jerome simplified the orchestrations of Somewhere without batting an eye. Our father was fearless, says Alexander Bernstein. But when Jerry was coming over and there was a big meeting, he was scared.