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LSO-1093, LSO-1093 RE. Zero Mostel, Original Broadway Cast. Zero Mostel, Original Broadway Cast - Fiddler On The Roof (The Original Broadway Cast Recording) (LP, Album, RE). RCA Victor, RCA Victor. Fiddler On The Roof Original Broadway Cast Jerry Bock. Fiddler On The Roof Original Broadway Cast Jerry Bock - Zero Mostel In Fiddler On The Roof (The Original Broadway Cast Recording) (LP, Album, RE). RCA Victor.
The Broadway production originally starred Zero Mostel, who got to sing such songs as "Tradition," "If I Were a Rich Man," and "To Life. Anti-Semitic notions abound as Tevye and his family find themselves being forced from their village. Tevye's daughters break from their village's tradition as they marry for love, not for prosperity. Fiddler on the Roof was the most successful musical up to its time, running for over 3,000 performances. It was also the origin of several famous and now-standard songs, such as "Sunrise, Sunset" and "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," in addition to those mentioned above. The music is beautiful, and haunting at moments.
Album · 1986 · 14 Songs. Fiddler on the Roof Ensemble, Sue Babel, Zero Mostel, Gluck Sandor, Carol Sawyer & Maria Karnilova. Julia Migenes, Zero Mostel, Bert Convy & Maria Karnilova.
Prologue: Tradition - Zero Mostel, Fiddler on the Roof Ensemble.
The original cast recording: zero mostel - with maria karnilova - beatrice arthur - joanna merlin, and others. tradition - matchmaker, matchmaker, if I were a rich man, sabbat prayer, to life, miracle of miracles, etc. Product details. And that's why I bought my second album of "Fiddler," because the first one was worn-out, but the music lives in my heart. 6 people found this helpful. For me what raises the original, 1964 Broadway cast recording of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF to the "indispensable" level is . the superb, vividly captured orchestral playing (with magnificent clarinet trills in the "Wedding Bottle Dance"- which, like "The Rumor," was a welcome addition to the CD transfer from the original LP - and an evocative accordion in.
Zero Mostel as Tevye in the original Broadway production, 1964. Following its tryout at Detroit's Fisher Theatre in July and August 1964, then Washington in August to September, the original Broadway production opened on September 22, 1964, at the Imperial Theatre, transferred in 1967 to the Majestic Theatre and in 1970 to The Broadway Theatre, and ran for a record-setting total of 3,242 performances. The cast included Zero Mostel as Tevye the milkman, Maria Karnilova as his wife Golde (each of whom won a Tony for their performances), Beatrice Arthur as Yente the matchmaker, Austin Pendleton as Motel, Bert Convy as Perchik the student revolutionary, Gino Conforti as the fiddler, and Julia Migenes as Hodel. Topol in 'Fiddler on the Roof': The Farewell Tour opened on January 20, 2009, in Wilmington, Delaware.
Album by Zero Mostel. was sampled in. Swing Easy by The Soul Vendors (1967). Caca Gosa Vixen (Fuck All Y'all Niggas) by Heltah Skeltah (2000). was covered in. Fiddler on the Roof by Noel Pointer (1977). see 4 more connections. Sunrise, Sunset by Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova, Bert Convy and Julia Migenes. Sunrise, Sunset by Connie Francis (1966). Nousee Päivä - Laskee Päivä by Matti Ja Teppo (1972). Sunrise, Sunset by Topol, Norma Crane, Paul Michael Glaser and Michele Marsh (1971). see 7 more connections. Do You Love Me? by Zero Mostel and Maria Karnilova
The Broadway production originally starred Zero Mostel, who got to sing such songs as "Tradition," "If I Were a Rich Man," and "To Life. Throughout all of this, a symbolic fiddler lingers over them.
Zero Mostel & Maria Karnilova Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963.
|A1||–Zero Mostel And Chorus*||Tradition||6:50|
|A2||–Joanna Merlin, Julia Migenes And Tanya Everett||Matchmaker, Matchmaker||3:39|
|A3||–Zero Mostel||If I Were A Rich Man||4:52|
|A4||–Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova And Chorus*||Sabbath Prayer||2:22|
|A5||–Zero Mostel, Michael Granger And Men*||To Life||4:08|
|A6||–Austin Pendleton||Miracle Of Miracles||1:58|
|B1||–Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova, Sue Babel, Carol Sawyer And Chorus*||Tevye's Dream (The Tailor Motel Kamzoil)||6:07|
|B2||–Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova And Chorus*||Sunrise, Sunset||3:30|
|B3||–Bert Convy And Julia Migenes||Now I Have Everything||2:00|
|B4||–Zero Mostel And Maria Karnilova||Do You Love Me?||3:04|
|B5||–Julia Migenes And Zero Mostel||Far From The Home I Love||3:25|
|B6||–Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova, Beatrice Arthur, Michael Granger, Leonard Frey, Paul Lipson||Anatevka||3:05|
- Recorded At – Webster Hall
- Mastered At – RCA Studios
- Published By – Sunbeam Music Corp.
- Copyright (c) – RCA
- Author [Of The Book] – Joseph Stein
- Composed By – Jerry Bock
- Conductor – Milton Greene
- Directed By [Music], Arranged By [Vocals] – Milton Greene
- Engineer [Recording] – Ernie Oelrich*
- Lyrics By – Sheldon Harnick
- Orchestrated By – Don Walker
- Painting [Front Cover] – Morrow*
- Performer [Star] – Zero Mostel
- Producer [Album Associate] – Andy Wiswell
- Producer [Album] – George R. Marek
- Producer [The Musical], Presenter – Harold Prince
Notes© 1964, RCA
Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City
RCA Victor DYNAGROOVE Recording
This item has a slightly different label configuration from any of the existing items already listed. Also, the vinyl runout numbers do not match any of the existing listings.
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- Matrix / Runout (side A label): (RPRS-6680)
- Matrix / Runout (side B label): (RPRS-6681)
- Matrix / Runout (side A runout stamped): RPRS -6680 - 14S 3 D8
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout stamped): RPRS - 6681-- 6S I D2
- Rights Society: BMI