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Fiddler on the Roof [+Bonus] Banda sonora

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CD de audio , Banda sonora, 2008
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The most beloved Broadway musical of the 1960's 28 de febrero de 2001
Por Lawrance Bernabo - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
It might seem an odd choice for the honor, but "Fiddler on the Roof" is undoubtedly the most beloved Broadway musical of the Sixties. The book by Joseph Stein is based upon the stories of Sholem Aleichem, with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, the songwriting team whose earlier Tony Award winning success "Fiorello!" certainly never suggested they could create something as wonderful as "Fiddler." Zero Mostel heads the cast as Tevye, the dairyman, with Maria Karnilova as Golde, his wife, who, with "Do You Love Me?" have the best love duet between two married people in musical history.
At the heart of the story are the efforts by Tevye to deal with the way God keeps presenting him with challenges, from needing to take care of a lame horse ("If I Were A Rich Man"), to getting his oldest daughter engaged to one man ("To Life") only to see her marry another ("Sunrise, Sunset"), and finally to leave the only home he has ever known to travel to America ("Anatevka"). Throughout it all Tevye tries to remain true to the traditions of his community ("Prologue--Tradition") and his faith ("Sabbath Prayer"). The cast features Beatrice Arthur as Yente the matchmaker ("The Rumor"), Austin Pendleton as Motel the tailor ("Miracle of Miracles"), Bert Convy as Perchik the student ("Now I Have Everything"), Joanna Merlin as the eldest daughter Tzeitel ("Matchmaker") and future opera star Julia Migenes as the second oldest daughter Hodel ("Far from the Home I Love").
I understand now from those who should know that Mostel butchers the pronunciation of anything not said or sung in English, but I have to admit that does not really detract from my enjoyment of this album; I do not pay attention to pronunciation when listening to opera either, so I am at least consistent. This CD version features two previously unreleased tracks, the "Wedding Dance" music (including the famous bottle dance) and "The Rumor," both of which are welcomed additions. Bottom line: If you own a dozen musicals on CD, then this is one of the ones that has to be in your collection
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A musical lesson in tradition 8 de junio de 2000
Por Donald - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This score, though considered by most to be beautiful and moving, is rarely given credit for its true artistry and thematic significance. FIDDLER is a musical about a man, Tevye, struggling with the challanges that come with attempting to hold firm to one's traditions in the ever changing society. The music reflects this dichotomey. Songs that characterize events in the play in which tradition is upheld, such as "Tradition," "Sunrise, Sunset," and "Sabbath Prayer" have a hebrew feel to them. Other songs--such as the song sung by the young tailor, Motel, who wishes to marry Tevye's even though it was not arranged for him to do so--are in "Broadway style." In the song "Far from the home I love" Tevye's middle daughter explains her turmoil when she must chose between a traditional life at home or an uncertain life with the revolutionary she has fallen in love with. The song oscilates between major and minor keys, making the song sound traditionally Hebrew at one verse and more typically "broadway" in the next. The thematically significant score is also a delight to listen to. The melodies soar, the lyrics charm, and the orchestrations are top notch.
Though this cast may not have the most soothing voices, their voices fit perfectly with the characters. When you listen ot a track on this CD, you don't hear Zero Mostle sing "If I Were a Rich Man," you hear Tevye. The actor's abitilty to tranfer their characterization to the CD is amazing, making this recording the best to have. FIDDLER is one of the most beloved musicals of all time; listen to this recording and you will understand why.
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A Landmark Acomplishment.....by Zero Mostel 3 de diciembre de 2003
Por Theatre Fanatic - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Ahhhhh...what can you say about "Fiddler on the Roof" that hasn't already been said. This landmark in American Musical Theater (and in theater in general) is forever perserved in this timeless recording. Bock and Harnick songs vividly bring the story of Tevye, the poor milkman, to life. The songs are so touching and reflect the emotions of all, while entertaining even the most avid musical-hater (shame on you).
However, the greatest accomplishment belongs not to Bock, Harnick, Harold Prince or Jerome Robbins (who directed). The man who personifies and carries (and downright dominates) this show is the great Zero Mostel. His acting, voice and comedic timing are greatly shown in this, his definitive role. He makes "Fiddler on the Roof".
In the interviews with Sheldon Harnick (lyricist) that are on this CD (another reason to buy it), he mentions that Zero recorded "If I Were A Rich Man" in only ONE take. Amazing. As is this CD.
Even if you are the most avid musical-hater, or a musical theater junkie like me, you will enjoy the classics like "If I Were A Rich Man", "Sunrise, Sunset" and "Tradition", while savoring songs which they cut, like the histerical "When Messiah Comes".
All-in-all, a fabulous CD! Well worth the price.
******Also, make sure you see and listen to Zero Mostel in Stephen Sondheim's "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum." Either buy the movie or the cast recording! You'll be glad you did!
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With classic songs like Sunrise, Sunset, this recording is wonderful! 5 de junio de 2006
Por Matthew G. Sherwin - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Fiddler On The Roof is one of few Broadway productions that has truly stood the test of time. As I write this, yet another revival of the show is on Broadway. This original cast recording is a superb souvenir of the way the musical really should sound. Sure, some people may say that Zero Mostel was "braying" when he sang--but he wasn't playing an opera singer! He was playing a poor man without any real education--so where was the surprise that he didn't sound like Pavarotti? Zero and the rest of the cast did a wonderful job with this musical; and this CD proves it.

A great song depicting the very old fashioned life they lived is the opening number entitled "Tradition." Zero and the cast sing of how their lives are governed by tradition. With this song the characters tell the audience that although they may not understand why these traditions exist, these traditions provide the villagers with a structure for living life that they all can follow as peacefully as possible.

The CD has the songs of the musical in the order they are performed on the stage which is, of course, a tradition! (SMILE) The quality of the sound is excellent and there are several very touching songs to highlight this show about a Russian Jewish family at the turn of the last century. My personal favorite, a song that usually moves me to tears when I almost never cry, is "Sunrise, Sunset." In the song "Sunrise, Sunset," Zero Mostel and the others in the cast use a wedding as an opportunity to reflect on how fast time passes and how short our time on Earth actually is. The musical arrangement is very well done.

The closing number, "Anatevka," is especially powerful. When the villagers must leave their village of Anatevka to find other homes, presumably in the United States, they try to make the most of things with this song. They belittle the village that they actually cherish so much despite its problems; Zero remarks "Someone should have set a match to this place (Anatevka) years ago." The emotional pathos they face is underscored by the melancholy yet beautiful musical arrangement and the words to the song.

I highly recommend this CD for people who love listening to the original cast member versions of the classic Broadway plays and fans of Zero Mostel. Look also for Bert Convey as Hodel's husband to be. I only wish I had been there!
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Great recording - Poor packaging 16 de noviembre de 2004
Por Pope - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF has been a bestseller for RCA for forty years now, and I will not dispute that. I love the movie soundtrack, and the 1967 London cast recording with Topol is acceptable, but the ORIGINAL has remained the best. The cast is superb and performances are glorious. I'm only disappointed that I wasn't alive back in the 60s to see this on Broadway. I'm not sure if the recording was remastered for this "deluxe edition" release or not, but it sounds glorious. I've had the LP for quite some time now, but seeing an outstanding local community theatre group production of FIDDLER a year ago at the historic Al Ringling Theatre in Baraboo, Wis., compelled me to obtain this on CD.

This release, however, gets only 3 stars because of the moronic, cheap packaging that RCA devoted to this deluxe edition of an album that has been a show music best-seller for them for forty years. All that the CD comes in is basically a cheap thin open-out cardboard sleeve with a CD tray on one side and the liner notes glued to the other. As another reviewer states in his/her review of the similar HELLO DOLLY deluxe edition, this is NOT the proper way to store CDs. The bonus tracks alone do not make this special edition worth the purchase. In bonus tracks, I like to see outtakes that were originally recorded by the cast and subsequently dropped. I really think we could do without the studio and radio interviews that labels (most notably Columbia) have been resorting to for inclusion on Broadway discs under the banner of special features or bonus tracks.

By all means, DO look for this recording in its previous CD incarnation from RCA, which is still in print, but avoid the deluxe edition.

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