The Sound Of Music - Rodgers - Hammerstein - Julie Andrews 1965 Soundtrack Audiophile OST 180 Gram LP + Booklet
The Sound Of Music (An Original Soundtrack Recording)
The original 16-track Grammy® Hall Of Fame-inducted RCA Victor soundtrack album will also be available on 180-gram vinyl , and include the eight-page booklet which accompanied the original vinyl release.
Includes color booklet
Originally Released: 1965
Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen
Style: Soundtrack, Vocal
A1 Prelude And The Sound Of Music 2:33
A2 Overture And Preludium (Dixit Dominus) 3:12
A3 Morning Hymn And Alleluia 2:00
A4 Maria 3:15
A5 I Have Confidence 3:21
A6 Sixteen Going On Seventeen 3:13
A7 My Favorite Things 2:16
A8 Climb Ev'ry Mountain 2:13
B1 The Lonely Goatherd 3:08
B2 The Sound Of Music 2:09
B3 Do-Re-Mi 5:30
B4 Something Good 3:15
B5 Processional And Maria 2:25
B6 Edelweiss 1:48
B7 So Long, Farewell 2:52
B8 Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Reprise) 1:18
Arranged By, Conductor [Conducted By] - Irwin Kostal
Lyrics By - Oscar Hammerstein II
Music By, Lyrics By [Additional Words By], Music By [Additional Music By] - Richard Rodgers
Photography [Photo] - Frank Bez
Producer [Associate] - Saul Chaplin
Producer [Produced For Records By] - Neely Plumb
Vocals [Vocal Supervision] - Robert Tucker
Led by Julie Andrews, whose work in the film earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination, the soundtrack rings out with heartwarming, iconic standards. From the title composition,The Sound of Music, to Sixteen Going on Seventeen, Do-Re-Mi, Edelweiss, So Long, Farewell, Climb Evry Mountain, and of course, My Favorite Things, The Sound Of Music is a treasure for all time.
Nominated for ten Academy Awards and winner of five (including Best Picture and Best Director), The Sound of Music stands as the most successful movie musical of all time. The soundtrack is a classic in its own right, having spent its first four years on the Billboard Top Albums chart, including fourteen weeks at number one. It has subsequently sold over 20 million units to date.
include new introductory notes from Julie Andrews and Theodore S. Chapin, president and executive director of Rodgers & Hammerstein.
This LP has the musical numbers from the 1965 motion picture entitled The Sound Of Music. The LP begins with the music from the prelude and the overture to the movie musical. This music is delightful and they never miss! The strings and percussion are used to great advantage and we essentially get a musical medley of the arrangements for the major songs in the movie. Excellent! "Maria" is sung by several actresses playing nuns at the convent; they sing flawlessly about Maria, a nun who just doesn't fit in with the rest of the nuns. The melody is really very pretty and it all holds its own very well. Julie Andrews finally comes in on her number entitled "I Have Confidence." Julie Andrews' magnificent voice is rich, warm and very vibrant. Julie handles the tempo and key changes like the pro she always was and only Julie Andrews could have delivered this so well.
Charmian Carr and Dan Truhitte perform "Sixteen Going On Seventeen" with grace and style; this song highlights their young love and it's very well done. Neither one of them ever misses a note! "My Favorite Things" brings back Julie Andrews to do yet another smash-up flawless job on this excellent, very memorable number from this movie. Listen also for Julie Andrews to sing "D-Re-Mi" with the captain's children; this number really takes off when the children come in! The children also perform an astounding rendition of "The Sound Of Music."
"The Lonely Goatherd" has Julie Andrews again singing with the children; this charming number never ceases to delight me. The horn solo enhances the natural beauty of this number; and there's also "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" sung by the Mother Superior (Peggy Wood) at the convent when Maria (Julie Andrews) does decide to leave the convent.
The record ends with two very stirring and emotional numbers: we get "Edelweiss" with Christopher Plummer, Julie Andrews and the children singing very well and the reprise of "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" is sure to please!
Rodgers and Hammerstein sure did their best on this one! They were practically infallible and this album proves it easily. I highly recommend this album for fans of this movie and people who enjoy show tunes will also want this album for their collections.
The Sound of Music - Do Re Mi
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The Sound of Music - Climb Ev'ry Mountain
this is such a good and up lifting sing ...the song is truly saying for me it says that you most do every thing to find happiness and to when life puts objects in the way you go round then and the most importent thing is to never ever give up ..
The strength and purtiy of this song is still amazing...
Sing it Rev Mother!!!!
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