Hello Dolly - Rob Beadle* - Rob And His Music (Vinyl, LP)

She tells Ermengarde and Ambrose that she has entered them into a dance contest to prove that they are a good match to Uncle Horace. They all put on their Sunday clothes and travel into New York.

In the hat store Irene and Mini dream of finding husbands, although Irene does not love Horace. Cornelius and Barnaby arrive and pretend to be rich, hiding as Horace and Dolly arrive later. Fun ensues as the girls try to hide the boys from Horace, not knowing his clerks are both hidden in the store. Dolly arranges Hello Dolly - Rob Beadle* - Rob And His Music (Vinyl for Cornelius and Barnaby with their lady friends and teaches them how to dance in an upmarket environment.

Post mailing Digital sheet music. Composed by Jerry Herman. For voice, piano and guitar chords. From the Broadway musical "Hello Dolly". With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams and bla. Similar items. For mixed voice and piano. Format: vocal score. With vocal score and piano reduction.

Published by Hal Leonard. Listen Details. By Jerry Herman. Arranged by Kirby Shaw. Broadway Choral. Size 6. Arranged by Carolyn Schmidt. Detailed Site Map of Links. Hello, Dolly! Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist. Also released as: Hello, LP) Join ourfans. Academy Awards - Best Sound. Total Film. Gene Kelly directed, a long way from Terpsichore apparently, though not, alas, from the Thanksgiving turkey. Full Review. Chicago Reader. Radio Times.

Water Street, New York City. Scene 7: Inside the Hat Shop. Scene 8: A Quiet Street. Scene 9: Fourteenth Street. Scene 3: Inside the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant.

Scene 4: Tableaux Vivantes. Scene 5: A Courtroom on Centre Street. Turn of the century: New Hello Dolly - Rob Beadle* - Rob And His Music (Vinyl City and Yonkers. Bright, cartoon costumes of the dress and styles of the period. Chastened, he finally admits that he LP) Dolly in his life, but she is unsure about the marriage until Ephram sends her a sign. Vandergelder spontaneously repeats a saying of Ephram's: "Money, pardon the expression, is like manure.

It's not worth a thing unless it's spread about, encouraging young things to grow. Horace tells Dolly life would be dull without her, and she promises that she'll "never go away again" "Finale". The soundtrack was released on the vinyl LP format and 8-track tape format in December It was released on compact disc in November Both the LP and compact disc omit selections 1, 3, 10, and The town of Garrison, New Yorkspecifically the Garrison Landing Historic District around the train station, was the filming site for scenes in Yonkers.

The locomotive, used in "Put on Your Sunday Clothes", was restored specifically for the film. The Poughkeepsie Metro-North station trackside platform was used at the beginning when Dolly was on her way to Yonkers. The church scene was filmed on the grounds of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New Yorkbut the church's facade was constructed only for the film.

Some of the exteriors still exist. The film was beset by tension on the set, with Streisand clashing with costar Matthau and director Kelly. Michael Kiddthe choreographer, had conflicts with costume designer Irene Sharaff and Kelly, to the point that he and Kelly were no Hello Dolly - Rob Beadle* - Rob And His Music (Vinyl on speaking terms.

However, an instrumental version LP) parts of "I Put My Hand In" can be heard in the film during the dance competition at the Harmonia Gardens. It occurred in the story as Mame tried to explain falling in love to her young nephew Patrick.

A brief prologue of "Mrs. Horace Vandergelder" was added to the song to integrate it into this film. Working under the musical direction of Lionel Newman and Lennie Haytonthe very large team of orchestrators included film stalwarts Herbert W. Langmaking a rare film outing; and established television and pop arrangers Joe LipmanDon Costaand Frank Comstock.

All of the actors did their own singing, except for Marianne McAndrew Irene Molloy whose singing was dubbed by Melissa Stafford for Irene's vocal solos and Gilda Maiken for when Irene sings with other characters.

Production had wrapped more than a year earlier, but release was significantly delayed for legal reasons. Inthe show was still running. The film received favorable reviews upon release, [2] but some critics feel it was not a success as a musical, with Kelly and Kidd making little use of the widescreen format of the film.

Critic Tom Santopietro described their approach as "shoveling more and more bodies on screen with no apparent purpose. In more recent years, Hello, Dolly! The consensus states: "Though Barbra Streisand charms, she's miscast as the titular middle-aged widow in Gene Kelly's sluggish and over-produced final directorial effort.

The film opened strongly, finishing in third place at the US box office behind On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Easy Rider in its opening week [15] and initially grossed more than The Sound of Musicbut lost momentum and became a disappointment at the box office.

The soundtrack album's sales also did not live up to expectations, peaking at number 49 on the Billboard chart. It was released on DVD in and Blu-ray in The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists:.


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