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|1. Overture: Night Waltz|
|3. The Glamorous Life|
|5. You Must Meet My Wife|
|7. In Praise Of Women|
|8. Every Day A Little Death|
|9. A Weekend In The Country|
|10. The Sun Won't Set|
|11. It Would Have Been Wonderful|
|12. Perpetual Anticipation|
|13. Send In The Clowns|
|14. The Miller's Son|
|15. Finale: (Reprise Of Send In The Clowns And Night Waltz)|
The British Cast is what you listen to when you want to hear the best show you'll never have the privilege of seeing.
I found Joss Ackland to be a less virile Frederick than others I've heard, but his weakness suits the part, and is actually rather touching.
Almost certainly this is Sondheim's most interesting and most beguiling score which runs the entire gamut of emotions.
A Little Night Music is one of my favorite musicals. I've been listening to the original Broadway cast album for years. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BondFan
I saw this production in Chicago in the 70s and was very impressed by it. Just hearing the music again was delightful. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Audrey Sigmon
Great job. The package came on early and helped me out. The price was perfect.I would recommend this to others,Published on September 24, 2012 by Chris
I'm of the mind that A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (and SWEENEY TODD) are Sondheim's two greatest works. Why? Read morePublished on July 9, 2003 by "bway_buster"
The performances are adequate, in some cases skillful, but from the opening note of the show (which the chorus member, in a misguided attempt at humor, aborts in order to insert a... Read morePublished on September 2, 2002 by Amazon Customer
I found this recording wanting in many areas. It still befuddles me as to why Msrs. Prince and Sondheim found it necessary to cast leads in both the NY and the London productions... Read morePublished on December 2, 2001 by J. A. Kawarsky