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Leonard Bernstein: Candide (Opera House)

New World Records
80340
1:31:45
1956
John Latouche, Lyricist; Richard Wilbur, Lyricist; Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist
Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; Joyce Castle, mezzo-soprano, "Old Lady"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; John Lankston, tenor, "Voltaire/Dr. Pangloss/Businessman/Governor/Second Gambler"; Jack Harrold, tenor, "Grand Inquisitor/Pasha-Prefect"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; James Billings, baritone, "Judge/First Gambler"; Scott Reeve, bass-baritone, "Maximilian"; Ralph Bassett, voice, "Don"; Maria Donaldi, voice, "Rosary Vendor/Altar Boy"; William Ledbetter, voice, "Second Inquisitioner/Don/Judge"; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra; Robert Brubaker, voice, "Man/Lion"; Ivy Austin, voice, "First Woman/Pink Sheep"; Rhoda Butler, voice, "Second Woman/Pink Sheep"; Don Yule, voice, "First Inquisitioner/Don/Judge"; John Mauceri, Conductor
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play Candide 1:31:45 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
William Ledbetter, voice, "Second Inquisitioner/Don/Judge"; Jack Harrold, voice, "Grand Inquisitor"; Maria Donaldi, voice, "Rosary Vendor/Altar Boy"; Joyce Castle, mezzo-soprano, "Old Lady"; Rhoda Butler, voice, "Second Woman/Pink Sheep"; Robert Brubaker, voice, "Man/Lion"; James Billings, voice, "Judge/First Gambler"; Ivy Austin, voice, "First Woman/Pink Sheep"; Scott Reeve, bass-baritone, "Maximilian"; Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; John Lankston, tenor, "Voltaire/Dr. Pangloss/Businessman/Governor/Second Gambler"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra; John Mauceri, Conductor; Don Yule, voice, "First Inquisitioner/Don/Judge"
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play Overture 4:28 Leonard Bernstein    
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play Fanfare/Life is Happiness Indeed 4:52 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
John Mauceri, Conductor; Scott Reeve, bass-baritone, "Maximilian"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; John Lankston, tenor, "Voltaire"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra
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play The Best of All Possible Worlds 2:48 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; John Lankston, tenor, "Dr. Pangloss"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; Scott Reeve, bass-baritone, "Maximilian"; John Mauceri, Conductor; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra
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play Happy Instrumental/Oh, Happy We 2:24 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Candide Begins His Travels 1:03 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play It Must Be So (Candide's Meditation) 2:01 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Westphalian Fanfare, Chorale, Battle Music, and It Must Be So reprise 2:57 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Entrance of The Jew :40 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Glitter and Be Gay 6:33 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Earthquake Music/Dear Boy 4:08 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Auto-da-Fe (What a Day): Parts I-III 7:40 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
Jack Harrold, voice, "Grand Inquisitor"; James Billings, voice, "Judge"; Robert Brubaker, voice, "Man"; Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; Joyce Castle, "Old Lady"; Maria Donaldi, voice, "Altar Boy"; William Ledbetter, voice, "Second Inquisitionor/Judge"; Don Yule, voice, "First Inquisitioner/Judge"; Rhoda Butler, voice, "Second Woman"; Ivy Austin, voice, "First Woman"; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra; John Mauceri, Conductor
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play Candide's Lament 3:38 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play You Were Dead, You Know 2:49 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Travel (to the stables)/I Am Easily Assimilated 4:56 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Quartet Finale 3:00 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; Joyce Castle, "Old Lady"; John Lankston, tenor, "Businessman (Voltaire)"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; John Mauceri, Conductor; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra
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play Entr'acte 1:08 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Ballad of the New World 3:29 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play My Love 2:15 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Barcarolle 3:33 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Alleluia 2:42 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
John Lankston, tenor, "Voltaire"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; Scott Reeve, "Maximilian"; John Mauceri, Conductor; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra
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play Eldorado 1:11 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Sheep Song 4:29 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra; Robert Brubaker, voice, "Lion"; Ivy Austin, voice, "Pink Sheep"; Rhoda Butler, voice, "Pink Sheep"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; John Mauceri, Conductor
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play Governor's Waltz 3:31 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Bon Voyage 2:50 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Quiet 4:25 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
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play Constantinople/What's the Use 3:45 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
John Lankston, tenor, "Second Gambler (Police Chief)"; Jack Harrold, voice, "Pasha-Prefect"; James Billings, voice, "First Gambler"; John Mauceri, Conductor; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra
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play Finale: Make Our Garden Grow 4:18 Leonard Bernstein; Stephen Sondheim, Lyricist    
Scott Reeve, bass-baritone, "Maximilian"; Joyce Castle, mezzo-soprano, "Old Lady"; Maris Clement, mezzo-soprano, "Paquette"; Erie Mills, soprano, "Cunegonde"; David Eisler, tenor, "Candide"; John Lankston, tenor, "Voltaire"; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra; John Mauceri, Conductor
1956