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ROSE MARIE (Harbach-Hammerstein II-Friml-Stothart)

1. OVERTURE Orchestra 
2. ROSE MARIE Giorgio Tozzi 
3. HARD-BOILED HERMAN Meier Tzelniker, Frances Day 
4. THE MOUNTIES Frederick Harvey 
5. LAK JEEM Julie Andrews 
6. INDIAN LOVE CALL Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi 
7. PRETTY THINGS Julie Andrews 
8. WHY SHOULDN'T WE Meier Tzelniker, Frances Day 
9. TOTEM TOM-TOM Marion Keene 
10. FINALE, ACT I Julie Andrews, Frances Day, Frederick Harvey 
11. FINALETTO, ACT II Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi, Tudor Evans, John Hauxvell, Marion Keene 
12. MINUET OF THE MINUTE Julie Andrews, Meier Tzelniker 
13. DOOR OF MY DREAMS Julie Andrews 
14. FINALE ULTIMO Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi 
15. ROSE MARIE Selections – Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra 
16. HARD-BOILED HERMAN Billy Merson 
17. ROSE MARIE Derek Oldham 
18. THE MOUNTIES John Dunsmure 
19. INDIAN LOVE CALL Edith Day & Derek Oldham 
20. WHY SHOULDN'T WE? Clarice Hardwicke & Billy Merson 
21. DOOR OF MY DREAMS Edith Day 
22. INDIAN LOVE CALL Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy 
23. PRETTY THINGS Marion Bell 
24. TOTEM TOM TOM Elizabeth Larner 
25. FINALE Elizabeth Larner & Andy Cole 

Title: Rose Marie
Artists: Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi, Edith Day
Catalogue No.: SEPIA 1140
Barcode: 5055122111405
Release Date: 10 November 2009

For this release Julie Andrews is heard in the title role from the 1958 studio cast recording in glorious stereo with Metropolitan opera star Giorgio Tozzi as "Jim". 

As a bonus, we have included rare recordings from the 1925 London cast headed by Edith Day and Derek Oldham with a "Selections" recorded by the Drury Lane Theatre orchestra. From the first motion picture talking version of 1936 Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy sing their version of the "Indian Love Call". During the 1940s Al Goodman and his Orchestra recorded a studio cast version of Rose-Marie which starred Marion Bell. Fans of Broadway musicals will know her as the original Fiona in "Brigadoon". She sings for us "Pretty Things".

Our final two tracks were recorded in London, again in stereo, but this time starring the popular stage and television star Elizabeth Larner and Andy Cole who sing ‘Totem Tom Tom' and, fittingly, the ‘Finale'.

This is quite possibly the most detailed and thorough ROSE MARIE package currently on the market with the tracks featured spanning four decades from the 1920s to the 1950s. 


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