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Symphony Space presents Wall to Wall Richard Rodgers.

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Symphony Space presents Wall to Wall [sound recording] : Richard Rodgers.
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Mar. 23, 1985.

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Description
10 sound discs : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Wall to wall (Radio program)
Alternative Title
  • Richard Rodgers
  • Dear old wigwam.
  • Two short years.
  • Boys and girls like you and me.
Subjects
Note
  • Compact discs.
  • Track list on each jewel case is identical; contents from audition.
  • WNYC inventory no.: WNYC-WTOW-1985-03-26; Catalogs: 50982 (v. 1) ; 50983 (v. 2) ; 50984 (v. 3) ; 50985 (v. 4) ; 50986 (v. 5) ; 50987 (v. 6)
  • No audio available for "Rodgers and Hart at the movies" (v. 1, CD 2); no audio available of Constance Peck (aka Kim) Beaty and Elaine Steinbeck reading letters (v. 3, CD 1) ; no audio available of film clips "Glimpses of Richard Rodgers: TV appearances", "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" and "Dream sequence (Oklahoma!, 1955)" (v. 3, CD 1) ; no audio for "I married an angel" selections (v. 5)
Credits (note)
  • Isaiah Sheffer and Allan Miller, artistic directors and hosts ; Linda Rogers, managing director ; Kate Catahoula (?).
Event (note)
  • Recorded live at Symphony Space, New York, N. Y., and broadcast on WNYC, New York, N. Y. on Mar. 23, 1985.
Source (note)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ;
Contents
  • [Vol. 1, CD 1 ([i.e.] CD 1 of 6, disc 1)]: Audience (3:10) -- Oh, what a beautiful morning (3:11) (audience sing-along) (Oklahoma!, 1943) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (unidentified performers) -- Opening remarks ; Introducing Kitty Carlisle Hart, Joseph Papp and [Martin Segal] (3:45) (Isaiah Sheffer, host ; Kitty Carlisle Hart, Joseph Papp and Martin E. Segal, additional commentary) -- [All America sings the music of Richard Rodgers [medley] (unidentified film clip, no date) (5:04)] -- Segment 1. Introducing Sheldon Harnick (0:43) / I. Sheffer ; Opening words (2:44) / S. Harnick -- Earliest songs (23:15): Dear old wigwam (Camp Wigwam, Harrison, Maine, 1916) / R. Rodgers (Adam Guettel, vocals ; Alfred Simon (Camp Wigwam counselor, 1923), piano) ; Introducing Paul Harman and Rosalind Harris / S. Harnick ; Don't love me like Othello (Fly with me, 1920) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Rosalind Harris and Paul Harman, vocals ; [Donald Sosin], piano) ; Introducing Donald Sosin, Paul Harman and the Symphonettes / S. Harnick ; Always room for one more (Fly with me, 1920) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Paul Harman and The Symphonettes ; Donald Sosin, piano) ; Introducing Joanna Seaton / S. Harnick ; Chorus girl blues (You'll never know, 1921) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Joanna Seaton, vocals ; Donald Sosin, piano) ; Introducing Kingsmen of Columbia College / S. Harnick ; A college on Broadway (Fly with me, 1920) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (The Kingsmen of Columbia College ; Lawrence Wien, I. I. Rabi, Stephen Benedict and Charles Feldsenfeld, narrators) ; Introducing Columbia College alumni and faculty guests Lawrence Wien, I. I. Rabi, Stephen Benedict, and Charles Feldsenfeld / S. Harnick ; Reprise of A college on Broadway (audience sing-along) -- I could write a book (Pal Joey, 1940) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (The Kingsmen of Columbia College) -- Rodgers and Hart Songs (18:15): "The HAR tradition" (Opening remarks) ; Introducing Jo Sullivan / S. Harnick ; What is a man? (Pal Joey, 1940) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart ; [The next time it happens] (Pipe dream, 1955) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Jo Sullivan, vocals ; Colin Romoff, piano) ; Introducing George S. Irving / S. Harnick ; Disgustingly rich (Higher and higher, 1940) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (George S. Irving, vocals ; [Stan Free] piano) ; Introducing Jeanie Bowers / S. Harnick ; So much you loved me (Rex, 1976) / R. Rodgers-S. Harnick (Jeanie Bowers, vocals ; Stan Free, piano) ; Introducing Debbie Shapiro / S. Harnick ; Johnny one note (Babes in arms, 1937) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Debbie Shapiro, vocals ; Stan Free, piano) -- Surprise guest set-up (0:31) ; Introducing Stanley Green, Robert Kimball and Richard Lewine (0:47) / S. Harnick -- [Their favorite songs (Excerpts) (7:03): A tree in the park (Peggy-Ann, 1926) ; My heart stood still (A Connecticut Yankee, 1927) (Sheldon Harnick, vocals ; Richard Lewine, piano) ; Why can't I? (Spring is here, 1929) (Richard Lewine, vocals and piano) ; Falling in love with love (The boys from Syracuse, 1938) (Sheldon Harnick, vocals ; Richard Lewine, piano) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart] -- [Surprise guest (2:41): Introducing Mayor Ed Koch / S. Harnick ; Personal remarks ; Proclamation / Mayor Ed Koch] -- [First part of] The Rodgers and Hart Collaboration: Conversation (S. Harnick, host) (2:12) [ends abruptly] -- [Vol. 1, CD 2 ([i.e.] CD 1 of 6, disc 2)]: The Rodgers and Hart Collaboration: Conversation with Sheldon Harnick (moderator), Stanley Green, Robert Kimball, and Richard Lewine (23:03) ; The most beautiful girl in world (Jumbo, 1935) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Sheldon Harnick, vocals ; Richard Lewine, piano) -- Story of "Annie get your gun" ; Introducing "Rodgers and Hart at the movies" (2:10) / S. Harnick -- [No audio] (2:13)
  • [Vol. 2, CD 1 [i.e.] CD 2 of 6, disc 1)]: Introducing William Bolcom and Joan Morris (1:25) / S. Harnick -- Rodgers and Hart Revue (35:36): Spring is here (Spring is here, 1929) ; The lady is a tramp (Babes in arms, 1937) ; A tree in the park (Peggy-Ann, 1926) ; This funny world (Betsy, 1926) ; Dancing on the ceiling (Ever green, 1930) ; Bewitched, bothered and bewildered (Pal Joey, 1940) ; Too good for the average man (On your toes, 1936) ; You took advantage of me (Ever present [i.e. Present arms], 1928) ; Glad to be unhappy (On your toes, 1936) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Joan Morris, vocals ; William Bolcom, commentary and piano) -- Intermission announcement (0:04) (William Bolcom, commentary) -- Introducing Jerrold Nadler (0:31) / I. Sheffer -- Brief commentary about Symphony Space (0:35) / J. Nadler -- Fundraising announcement (0:46) / I. Sheffer -- Intermission [audience] (3:43) -- Audio tone (0:02). Segment 2. Introducing Segment 2 and Schuyler Chapin (0:25) / I. Sheffer -- Opening words and introducing Ted Chapin (1:17) / S. Chapin -- Introducing "Little known Rodgers and Hammerstein songs" section and its performers (1:20) [low audio] / T. Chapin -- Little known Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, part 1(10:00): Excerpt of All at once you love her (Pipe dream, 1955) ; Excerpt of Marriage type love (Me and Juliet, 1953) ; Ten minutes ago (Cinderella, 1957) ; All kinds of people (Pipe dream, 1955) ; Everybody's got a home but me (Pipe dream, 1955) ; Medley finale: Excerpt of You are beautiful (Flower drum song, 1958) ; Excerpt of Impossible (Cinderella, 1957) ; Excerpt of That's the way it happens (Me and Juliet, 1953) ; Excerpt of Marriage type love (Me and Juliet, 1953) -- End of part 1 (0:30) / S. Chapin -- Intermission talk ; It's me (7:40) (Me and Juliet, 1953) -- Excerpt of Little known Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, part 2 (5:39): The man I used to be (Pipe dream, 1955) ; Two short years (1947) ; Love, look away (Flower drum song, 1958) [ends abruptly] / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Schuyler Chapin (Oscar Hammerstein) and Theodore Chapin (Richard Rodgers), narrators ; Scott Elliott, Karen McLaughlin, Mary Testa, Danny Weathers and Lenny Wolpe, vocals ; David Bishop, arranger, music director and piano) -- [Vol. 2, CD 2 [i.e.] CD 2 of 6, disc 2)]: Little known Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, part 2 (15:30): The man I used to be (Pipe dream, 1955) ; Two short years (1947) ; Love, look away (Flower drum song, 1958) ; The gentleman is a dope (Allegro, 1947) ; A bell is no bell (The sound of music, 1959) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Schuyler Chapin (Oscar Hammerstein) and Theodore Chapin (Richard Rodgers), narrators ; Scott Elliott, Karen McLaughlin, Mary Testa, Danny Weathers and Lenny Wolpe, vocals ; David Bishop, arranger, music director and piano) -- [Intermission] (4:57)
  • [Vol. 3, CD 1 ([i.e.] CD 3 of 6, disc 1)]: [No audio] (0:21) -- [Excerpt of] Richard Rodgers remembered: Personal reminiscences and letters (12:23): [2nd half] of John O'Hara's letter ; About the painting at R. Rodger's office at Lincoln Center ; Excerpt of Don Ross's letter ; Lionel Bart's cable and reply ; Request to go to Sydney, Austraila for a concert ; Poem (mid-1920's) to R. Rodgers's brother (Dorothy Rodgers, narrator) -- From R. Rodgers to Bennett Sher ; Dear Grandpa [from Adam Guettel] and R. Rodgers's reply (Mary Rodgers Guettel, narrator) -- The Duke of Windsor's missing umbrella (Linda Rodgers Emory, narrator) -- Dear Hal [Prince] and Steve [Sondheim] [about Company] and Steve's reply (Betty Furness, narrator) -- Closing remarks (0:18) / S. Chapin -- Set-up (3:34) -- Introduction of "Glimpses of Richard Rodgers: TV appearences" (0:50) / S. Chapin -- Richard Rodgers Cabaret (26:03): Introducing [Dina Merrill, David Crane and Ken Fricker] / S. Chapin ; [I'll tell the men in the street ; A twinkle in your eye (I married an angel, 1938) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Dina Merrill, vocals ; Ken Fricker, bass ; David Crane, piano)] ; Introducing Theodore Bikel and Elliot Finkel / S. Chapin ; Edelweiss (The sound of music, 1959) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Theodore Bikel, vocals, guitar and commentary ; Elliot Finkel, piano) ; Introducing Julie Wilson and Billy Roy [i.e. Dennis Buck] / S. Chapin ; To keep my love alive (A Connecticut Yankee, 1943) ; Bewitched (Pal Joey, 1940) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Julie Wilson, vocals ; Dennis Buck, piano) -- End of segment 2 (0:34) / S. Chapin -- [Intermission] (2:20) -- Segment 3. Introducing Betty Furness (0:42) / I. Sheffer -- Opening remarks (0:25) / B. Furness -- Richard Rodgers and the Dance: Recollections (29:03): Introducing Vera Zorina / B. Furness ; Her personal history, producing a shelved Rodgers album and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (On your toes) / V. Zorina ; Memories of Oklahoma! (New Haven opening) and introducing Agnes de Mille / B. Furness ; Memories of Oklahoma!, Allegro, Carousel and Dick Rodgers / A. de Mille ; Introducing film clip of Oklahoma! (Dream sequence) [ends abruptly] / B. Furness -- Introducing [State Senator Franz Leichter] (0:30) / B. Furness -- Commentary on Symphony Space (1:22) / Senator F. Leichter -- Introducing Broadway Sings Richard Rodgers [set-up, ends abruptly] (0:51) / B. Furness -- [Vol. 3, CD 2 ([i.e.] CD 3 of 6, disc 2)]: [Remainder of] Commentary on Symphony Space (0:05) / Senator F. Leichter -- Introducing "Broadway sings Richard Rodgers" [set-up] (1:56) and host Robert Rogers / B. Furness -- Broadway sings Richard Rodgers (25:53): Opening remarks and introducing René Wiegert / R. Rogers -- Introducing Lee Roy Reams / R. Rogers -- Memories of Oklahoma! (Commentary) ; Kansas City (Oklahoma!, 1943) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Lee Roy Reams, vocals and commentary ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Karen Ziémba / R. Rogers -- You're nearer (Too mary girls, (film) 1940) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Karen Ziémba, vocals ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Alvin Epstein and Yvonne Constant / R. Rogers -- Memories of No strings / Y. Constant and A. Epstein -- La la la (No strings, 1962) / R. Rodgers (Alvin Epstein and Yvonne Constant, vocals ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) [ends abruptly]
  • [Vol. 4, CD 1 ([i.e.] CD 4 of 6, disc 1)]: [No audio] (0:14) -- [Remainder of] Broadway sings Richard Rodgers (33:18): Introducing Theresa Merritt / R. Rogers -- Memories of playing Bloody Mary ; Happy talk (South Pacific, 1949) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Theresa Merritt, vocals and commentary ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Mary Beth Peil / R. Rogers -- Hello, young lovers (The King and I, 1951) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Mary Beth Peil, vocals ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Liz Callaway / R. Rogers -- In my own little corner (Liz Callaway, vocals) ; Ten minutes ago (Jon Garrison and Liz Callaway, vocals) (Cinderella, 1957) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Jon Garrison / R. Rogers -- Introducing Gail Nelson and Danny Holgate / R. Rogers -- My funny valentine (Babes in arms, 1937) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Gail Nelson, vocals ; Danny Holgate, piano) -- Introducing Kate Burton / R. Rogers -- Everybody loves you (I'd rather be right, 1937) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Kate Burton, vocals ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Introducing Denise DiRenzo, Janene Luvullo and Anna McNeely / R. Rogers -- Sing for your supper (The boys from Syracuse, 1938) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Denise DiRenzo, Janene Luvullo and Anna McNeely, vocals ; Robert Rogers and René Wiegert, pianos) -- Fundraising plea (0:44) / I. Sheffer -- [Set-up] (0:58) -- Working with Rodgers: Colleagues remember (Betty Furness (moderator), Dorothy Rodgers, Elaine Steinbeck, John Fearnley, Armina Marshall, commentary) (30:30) -- [Intermission] (1:47) -- Segment 4. [Excerpt] Introducing Beverly Sills (0:15) / I. Sheffer -- Opening remarks ; Introducing Barbara Cook and Wally Harper (6:18) / B. Sills -- Introducing Two by Hart [ends abruptly] (0:37) / B. Cook -- Vol. 4, CD 2 ([i.e.] CD 4 of 6, disc 2)]: [2nd half of] Opening remarks ; Introducing Barbara Cook and Wally Harper (3:31) / B. Sills -- Two by Hart (7:34): He was too good to me (Simple Simon, 1930) ; Wait till you see her (By Jupiter, 1942) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Barbara Cook, vocals ; Wally Harper, piano) -- Introducing Nancy Walker (1:37) / B. Sills -- Remembing Richard Rodgers (2:58): (Barbara Cook and Nancy Walker, commentary) -- Introducing Billy Taylor (1:12) / B. Sills -- Richard Rodgers in Jazz (28:08): Introducing Billy Taylor Trio ; Note about Dave Brubeck (written by R. Rodgers, Nov. 4, 1965) and Opening remarks / B. Taylor -- My Romance (Jumbo, 1935) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart ; [5 unidentified works] ; My favorite things (The sound of music, 1959) ; [1 unidentified work] / R. Rodgers (Billy Taylor, piano ; Victor Gaskin, bass ; Curtis Boyd, drums) -- Fundraising plug (1:50) / I. Sheffer -- [Set-up orchestra] (3:37) -- [No audio] (0:20)
  • [Vol. 5, track 1 ([i.e.] CD 5 of 6, track 1]: [No audio] (0:25) -- [Orchestra tuning] (1:05) -- Reintroducing Beverly Sills (0:27) / I. Sheffer -- Introducing conductor and music director John Mauceri and the Symphony Space Orchestra (1:55) / B. Sills -- From the great shows: Singers and orchestra[, part 1]. Selections from Oklahoma! (1943) (25:34): Overture ; All 'er nothin' (Christine Ebersole and Harry Groener, vocals [low audio]) (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) ; Introducing Celeste Holm / B. Sills ; History of "Boys and girls like you and me" and the pigeons / C. Holm ; Boys and girls like you and me ; [I cain't say no] (Celeste Holm, vocals) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) ; At the President's ball / C. Holm ; [Last verse] of I cain't say no (Celeste Holm, vocals) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) -- Commentary (0:46) / J. Mauceri -- Overture from The boys from Syracuse (1938) (5:08) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) -- Introduction of Constance Carpenter (0:05) / B. Sills [ends abruptly] -- [Vol. 5, track 2 ([i.e.] CD 5 of 6, track 2]: [Audience] (0:12) -- Introduction of Constance Carpenter (0:28) / B. Sills -- Thou swell (A Connecticut Yankee, 1927) (2:48) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Constance Carpenter, vocals ; [Lanny Meyers, piano] ; Ken Fricker, drums [i.e. bass]]) -- Introducing Madeline Kahn (0:37) / B. Sills -- Zip (Pal Joey, 1940) (3:00) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Madeline Kahn, vocals ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) -- [Audience] (0:35) ; Announcement of "The legacy of Richard Rodgers" conversation (0:13) / I. Sheffer -- [Set-up] (1:13) -- Introducing Beverly Sills (0:23) / I. Sheffer -- The legacy of Richard Rodgers: [A conversation] (Beverly Sills, (moderator), William Schuman, Martin Gottfried, William Hammerstein, and Alfred Simon, commentary ; [featuring John Gabriel, vocals ("Do I love you because you're beautiful?"(Cinderella, 1959)) ; unidentifed piano]) (23:55) -- [No audio] (3:18)
  • [Vol. 6 ([i.e.] CD 6 of 6)]: [Orchestra tuning and audience] (2:50) -- [From the great shows: Singers and orchestra [finale]. Introducing Larry Kert (0:15) / B. Sills -- I could write a book (4:39) (1940, Pal Joey) / R. Rodgers-L. Hart (Larry Kert, vocals ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor)] -- Grand finale [aka segment 5]: Announcements of changing order of program (0:34) / J. Mauceri -- Selections from The King and I (1951) (7:22): March of the Siamese children (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor and commentary) ; Reintroducing Constance Carpenter / B. Sills ; Shall we dance? (Constance Carpenter, vocals ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) -- Selections from South Pacific (1949) (18:20): Overture (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) ; Introducing Phyllis Newman and Ara Berberian / B. Sills ; Cockeyed optimist (Phyllis Newman, vocals) ; [Twin soliloquies] (Phyllis Newman and Ara Berberian, vocals) ; Some enchanted evening (Ara Berberian, vocals) (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) -- Selections from Carousel (1945) (29:36): Opening remarks / J. Mauceri ; Waltz (Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) ; Introducing Jon Garrison and Lauren Wagner / J. Mauceri ; [You're a queer one, Julie Jordan] ; If I loved you (Lauren Wagner and Jon Garrison, vocals ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) ; Introducing Joanna Simon / B. Sills ; You'll never walk alone (Joanna Simon, vocals ; with company ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein -- Introducing Dorothy Rodgers (0:25) / I. Sheffer -- Closing words (0:28) / D. Rodgers -- Sing-along: Some enchanted evening (South Pacific, 1949) / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (Audience, vocals ; Symphony Space Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor) (3:10) -- [Audience noise, featuring impromptu a cappella singing of ""Oklahoma"!" and "People will say we're in love"] (7:08) -- [No audio] (2:20)
Call Number
*LDC 43649
OCLC
703596600
Title
Symphony Space presents Wall to Wall [sound recording] : Richard Rodgers.
Imprint
Mar. 23, 1985.
Playing Time
011507 002728 011955 001927 011939 002717 011225 005023 011249 011920
Credits
Isaiah Sheffer and Allan Miller, artistic directors and hosts ; Linda Rogers, managing director ; Kate Catahoula (?).
Performer
John Mauceri, music director and conductor.
Event
Recorded live at Symphony Space, New York, N. Y., and broadcast on WNYC, New York, N. Y. on Mar. 23, 1985.
Summary
This is a 12-hour marathon recording of the 14th Wall to Wall at Symphony Space, celebrating Richard Rodger's life and works. The event was hosted by Sheldon Harnick (1st segment), Schuyler Chapin (2nd segment), Betty Furness (3rd segment), and Beverly Sills (4th and 5th segment: Grand finale).
Source
Gift; WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ; 2007.
Added Author
Sheffer, Isaiah, host.
Miller, Allan, host.
Harnick, Sheldon, host.
Chapin, Schuyler, host.
Furness, Betty, 1916-1994, host.
Sills, Beverly, host.
Rogers, Robert, musical director, host.
Carlisle, Kitty, 1910-2007, commentator.
Papp, Joseph, commentator.
Segal, Martin Eli, 1916-2012, commentator.
Green, Stanley, commentator.
Lewine, Richard, commentator.
Kimball, Robert, commentator.
Koch, Ed, 1924-2013, commentator.
Bolcom, William, commentator.
Nadler, Jerrold, commentator.
Chapin, Theodore S., commentator.
Zorina, Vera, commentator.
De Mille, Agnes, commentator.
Leichter, Franz S., commentator.
Steinbeck, Elaine A., commentator.
Fearnley, John, 1914- commentator.
Marshall, Armina, commentator.
Walker, Nancy, 1922-1992, commentator.
Gottfried, Martin, commentator.
Schuman, William, 1910-1992, commentator.
Hammerstein, William, commentator.
Simon, Alfred, 1907-1991, commentator.
Rodgers, Dorothy, 1909-1992, commentator.
Mauceri, John, commentator.
Mauceri, John, conductor.
Harnick, Sheldon, lyricist.
Hart, Lorenz, 1895-1943, lyricist.
Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960, lyricist.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979, lyricist.
Wien, Lawrence, narrator.
Rabi, I. I. (Isidor Isaac), 1898-1988, narrator.
Benedict, Stephen, narrator.
Feldsenfeld, Charles, narrator.
Rodgers, Dorothy, 1909-1992, narrator.
Furness, Betty, 1916-1994, narrator.
Rodgers, Mary, 1931-2014, narrator.
Emory, Linda Rodgers, narrator.
Guettel, Adam, performer.
Simon, Alfred, 1907-1991, performer.
Harris, Rosalind, performer.
Harman, Paul, performer.
Sosin, Donald, performer.
Seaton, Joanna, performer.
Harnick, Sheldon, performer.
Sullivan, Jo, performer.
Romoff, Colin, performer.
Irving, George S., performer.
Bowers, Jeanie, performer.
Free, Stan (Pianist), performer.
Gravitte, Debbie Shapiro, performer.
Lewine, Richard, performer.
Bolcom, William, performer.
Morris, Joan, 1943- performer.
Crane, David, 1957- performer.
Fricker, Kenneth, performer.
Bikel, Theodore, performer.
Finkel, Elliot, performer.
Elliott, Scott (Theatrical director), singer.
McLaughlin, Karen, 1954- performer.
Testa, Mary, singer.
Weathers, Danny, performer.
Wolpe, Lenny, performer.
Wilson, Julie, 1924-2015, singer.
Buck, Dennis, performer.
Merrill, Dina, performer.
Bishop, David, musical director, performer.
Rogers, Robert, musical director, performer.
Wiegert, René, performer.
Reams, Lee Roy, singer.
Ziémba, Karen, singer.
Constant, Yvonne, performer.
Epstein, Alvin, 1925-2018, performer.
Merritt, Theresa, performer.
Peil, Mary Beth, singer.
Callaway, Liz, singer.
Garrison, Jon, performer.
Holgate, Danny, performer.
Nelson, Gail, performer.
Holm, Celeste, 1917-2012, performer.
Cook, Barbara, singer.
Harper, Wally, instrumentalist.
Burton, Kate, singer.
Luvullo, Janene, performer.
McNeely, Anna, singer.
DiRenzo, Denise, performer.
Taylor, Billy, 1921-2010, performer.
Gaskin, Victor, performer.
Boyd, Curtis, performer.
Meyers, Lanny, performer.
Ebersole, Christine, singer.
Groener, Harry, performer.
Carpenter, Constance, 1904-1992, performer.
Kahn, Madeline, singer.
Gabriel, John, 1931- performer.
Kert, Larry, performer.
Newman, Phyllis, 1935- performer.
Berberian, Ara, performer.
Wagner, Lauren, performer.
Simon, Joanna, 1940- performer.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Oklahoma!. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Fly with me. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Pal Joey. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Connecticut Yankee. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Boys from Syracuse. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Jumbo. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Babes in arms. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Pipe dream. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Spring is here. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Me and Juliet. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. On your toes. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Flower drum song. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. I married an angel. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. King and I. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Cinderella. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. South Pacific. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Carousel. Selections.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. You'll never know. Chorus girl blues.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Higher and higher. Disgustingly rich.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. No strings. La la la.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Rex. So much you loved me.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Peggy-Ann. Tree in the park.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Betsy. This funny world.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Ever green. Dancing on the ceiling.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Too many girls. You're nearer.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Present arms! You took advantage of me.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Allegro. Gentleman is a dope.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Sound of music. Bell is a bell.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. I'd rather be right. Everybody loves you.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Simple Simon. He was too good for me.
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. By Jupiter. Wait till you see her.
Kingsmen (Musical group : Columbia College), performer.
Symphonettes (Musical group), performer.
Billy Taylor Trio (Musical group), performer.
Symphony Space Orchestra, performer.
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
Wall to Wall (14th : : 1985 : : Symphony Space)
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Added Title
Richard Rodgers
Dear old wigwam.
Two short years.
Boys and girls like you and me.
Research Call Number
*LDC 43649
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