Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc | You've Got to Be Carefully Taught: the Songs of Sondheim & Hammerstein

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You've Got to Be Carefully Taught: the Songs of Sondheim & Hammerstein

by Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc

A June afternoon in 2002 brings the chorus to the concert hall stage of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts alongside Broadway star and Tony winner Laura Benanti to celebrate the work of Stephen Sondheim and his mentor, Oscar Hammerstein.
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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1. June Is Busting Out All Over
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2. Good Thing Going
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3. Merrily We Roll Along
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4. Johanna (feat. Jeff Mace)
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5. I Have Dreamed (feat. Laura Benanti)
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6. On the Steps of the Palace (feat. Laura Benanti)
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7. The Gentleman Is a Dope (feat. Laura Benanti)
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8. Not While I'm Around (feat. Brad Boekeloo)
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9. The Sound of Music (feat. Laura Benanti)
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10. Climb Ev'ry Mountain (feat. Laura Benanti)
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11. You've Got to Be Carefully Taught/Boys and Girls Like You and Me
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12. You'll Never Walk Alone (feat. Laura Benanti)
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Album Notes
Artistic Director: Jeff Buhrman
Assistant Music Director: Daniel C. Meyer
Principal Accompanist: Theodore Guerrant
Accompanist: Paul Leavitt
Vocal Coach: Philip Rogerson
Bass: Mary C. Scott
Percussion: Vin Novara
Executive Director: David Bielenberg
Administrative and Business Manager: Mark Garcia-Christie
Chorus President: Jack Reiffer
Chorus Vice-President: David Jansing

Recording Producer: Jim Peterson
Rights and Licenses: Alan Keffer
Graphic Design: Michael Smith
Cover Design: Rita Dennison Zimmerman
Studio Engineer: Rob Macomber
Digital Editing: Jeff Buhrman and Jim Peterson
Remote Production: Big Mo Recording, Silver Spring, Md.
Remixed at Beatstreet Productions, New York, N.Y.

Digital Sponsors:
"June Is Bustin' Out All Over": "In loving memory of diva extraordinaire and friend Bob Wonneberger." —Tom DiGiovanni, Jim Carey, Michael Armentrout, Bob Dragoset, John Quiñones
"Good Thing Going": "In honor of the love which GMCW carefully teaches us all to share." —Bonnie, Maury, Brad and Stan
"Merrily We Roll Along": "With love to our extended family at GMCW." —the Hot Tub Basses: Terry, Russ, Bob, Warren, Barrett
"I Have Dreamed": "W: you make all my dreams come true. Thanks for 15 magical years. Happy Anniversary, my love." —H
"On the Steps of the Palace": "To Wanda, who may have left us at the steps of the palace, but will always be the queen of our hearts." —David and Scott
"Not While I'm Around": "For Kirke, Dave, John, Crag — I cherish your friendship and love you." —Harold Lewis
"The Sound of Music": "For our beloved Bob Wonneberger." —Mssrs. DiGiovanni, Lee, Capps, Nishio, Boccadoro, Pflasterer, Donovan, Ward, Slusher, Batiste, Merk, Brinkman
"Climb Ev'ry Mountain": "Wanda: we'll miss 'dinners with hair' and most of all, you... dearest friend. This one's for you!" —Alan Savada and Will Stevenson
"You've Got to Be Carefully Taught/Boys and Girls Like You and Me": "In memory of my wonderful parents, Ethel and Frank Merk." —Charlie Merk
"You'll Never Walk Alone": "In memory of 'Wanda.' The old girl may be gone, but she's not forgotten." —Jeff and Jim


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