Sunday in the Park with George songs Product Information
This installment of the Sony Masterworks label's 2007 reissue series presents the original 1980s cast recording of Sunday IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, Stephen Sondheim's musical about the life and work of French painter Georges Seurat. The production stars Mandy Patinkin as Seurat and Bernadette Peters as Dot (a clever nod to the artist's style), allowing the renowned vocal powerhouses to play off of each other in a number of duets, most notably on the bright "Color and Light" and the melancholy "We Do Not Belong Together." ...See Full Description
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Mandy Patinkin / Bernadette Peters - Sunday in the Park with George Album Track Listing
|1||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Sunday in the Park with George|
|2||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. No Life|
|3||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Color and Light|
|4||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Gossip|
|5||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. The Day Off|
|6||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Everybody Loves Louis|
|7||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Finishing the Hat|
|8||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. We Do Not Belong Together|
|9||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Beautiful|
|10||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 1. Sunday|
|11||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. It's Hot up Here|
|12||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. Chromolume #7 / Putting It Together|
|13||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. Children and Art|
|14||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. Lesson #8|
|15||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. Move On|
|16||Sunday in the Park with George: Act 2. Sunday|
|17||Sunday in the Park with George: Putting It Together|
|18||Sunday in the Park with George: Sunday|
Sunday in the Park with George buy CD music Customer Reviews
||A broadway triumph|
Sunday in the park with george has an outstanding score by stephen sondheim.Mandy patinkin gives a memorable,convincing performance as the two george's.His voice is a bit annoying in the first act,but he sings in character which is the only thing that matters.Bernadette peters gives a feisty,yet poingant performance as dot in the first act,but gives understated,heart wrenching work as marie in the second act.Sondheim's score is filled with emotion and detail and it is one of my favorite scores by him.Best tracks are;sunday in the park with george,color and light,finishing the hat,we do not belong together,beautiful,sunday,children and art,move on.
By joe (manhattan,ny,usa)
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Sunday in the Park with George songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8498173|
|Release Date||May 31, 2011|
|Producer||Thomas Z. Shepard; Darcy M. Proper (Reissue); Didier C. Deutsch (Reissue)|
|Engineer||Paul Goodman; Anthony Salvatore|
|Recording Time||77 minutes|
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