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Victor Victoria (B.O.F.) Import

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  • CD (3 mai 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sony Classical
  • ASIN : B003647BP4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette
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  1. Main title (crazy world) - The Orchestra
  2. Cherry ripe - Julie Andrews
  3. Alone in paris
  4. Gay paree - Robert Preston
  5. You and me
  6. You and me/the idea
  7. Enter leclou
  8. A sub for lover
  9. King's can can
  10. Le jazz hot - Company, Julie Andrews
  11. Medley: le jazz hot (bows)/the unveiling
  12. You and me
  13. I'm horny
  14. Chicago, illinois
  15. The shady dame from Séville - Julie Andrews
  16. Cat and mouse
  17. Chicago, illinois - Company, Lesley Ann Warren
  18. The big lift
  19. Elegant
  20. Drag blues
  21. You and me - Julie Andrews, Robert Preston
  22. Bedroom radio
  23. Crazy world (le matelot club)
  24. You and me
  25. Crazy world - Julie Andrews
  26. Medley: crazy world/sad victoria
  27. King's can can (reprise)
  28. The shady dame from Séville - Robert Preston
  29. Finale, medley: shady dame/le jazz hot, crazy world, you and me
  30. You and me - Julie Andrews, Robert Preston
  31. The shady dame from Séville - Robert Preston

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5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Julie Andrews' return to Broadway after a 30-year absence 5 mars 2004
Par Byron Kolln - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
VICTOR/VICTORIA was tricked out for the Broadway stage in 1995, and would help usher in a whole slew of screen-to-stage adaptations (STATE FAIR, HIGH SOCIETY and THE PRODUCERS to name but a few). Once again, Julie Andrews essayed the title role/s, with an expanded score by Henry Mancini, Leslie Bricusse and Frank Wildhorn.
Julie Andrews suffered several bouts of illness during her time in the show, which eventually forced her to leave the production. Liza Minnelli and Raquel Welch later played Victoria before the musical closed in early 1997, resulting in a loss of about $4 million. The national tour featured both Ann Runolfsson and Toni Tennille but was a mild success. The outcome?...Julie Andrews OWNS the show and it can never be a success without her!
Though many people, including myself, believed that Andrews would have been better-showcased in a revival of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC or even LADY IN THE DARK, she gives a thrilling performance in V/V's stage incarnation. Though the new songs aren't a patch on the originals, they serve a purpose and move the plot along briskly.
Andrews is joined by a stellar cast including Tony Roberts (SUGAR) as Toddy, Michael Nouri as King Marchan, Rachel York as Norma, Tara O'Brien as the street-singer and Gregory Jbara (the one-time husband of Rebecca Luker) as Squash Bernstein.
This is a must-own for Julie Andrews fans.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great Musical 28 décembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a pleasant recording of the stage version of Victor Victoria. I saw the show on Broadway and it was fabulous and Julie was exceptional. This cast recording has some great new material with "Living in the Shadows" as one of the stand out numbers. Beautiful music and lyrics. Julie also does a fantastic job on "Louis Says" and "If I Were A Man". "Le Jazz Hot" is a different, longer arrangement than the film version, but equally as grand.
To anyone who was fortunate enough to have seen it live, this will bring back great memories. This disc is wonderful for any admirer of Julie Andrews.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Musical Fan from Cokato 23 février 2000
Par Jason B. Olson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I believe that quite a few people have been extremely harsh to this musical and have not looked past their noses to say the musical recording redeeming qualities.
First of all is the star Julie Andrews. She may not have the voice that she did in the 1960's, but even then in 1995, few could sing the way she did. Some of the reviewers do not seem to believe that personality, which she provides, is good. This is being incredibly harsh and short sighted. Her La Jazz Hot number is fabulous. The writers should have just allowed more time to her, instead of the baritone singing the beginning.
Rachel York who plays Norma is about as good as you can get. Her 1930 mob doll voice is perfect with the hilarious numbers of Chicago and Paris Is So Sexy.
The shows ending number called Victor Victoria I found to be clever. It provides more finality to the show. That was the problem with the barber of Seville. While it was funnier with Robert Preston at the end it did not truly end the show.
For the most part the show is upbeat and stresses positive themes about people following alternative lifestyles. Some people need to open their eyes more. True this is not Lloyd Weber or Boubille and Schonberg, but it is Mancini and the qualities in that are unmistakable.
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Merde! What a mess!!! 27 avril 2004
Par Mark Andrew Lawrence - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"To convince an audience that an illusion is real, the magician creates a plausible diversion."
That's the main idea behind VICTOR/VICTORIA a gender bending musical comedy adapted from Blake Edwards's acclaimed 1982 movie. VICTOR/VICTORIA was notable chiefly for bringing Julie Andrews back to Broadway in 1995. The reviews were mixed, but the only Tony nomination was for Julie. The show was bypassed for a nomination as Best Musical. Julie got her nose out of joint, called a press conference to say she was declining her nomination to stand in solidarity with her "egregiously overlooked" co-stars. The grandstanding gave the box-office a boost but cost Julie her award. (She has never won a Tony: Not for MY FAIR LADY or THE BOY FRIEND or CAMELOT. Hard as it is to believe.)
Truth be told... VICTOR/VICTORIA did not deserve any awards. Or any nominations. It was a patchwork show, slapped together with little care. When composer Henry Mancini died, Frank Wildhorn was called in to write new songs. NONE of the new songs by either composer are a patch on the songs from the 1982 movie.
Along the way from screen to stage much of the humour, much of the warmth, and even a good deal of the story has been lost. Instead we get cheap jokes, lacklustre production numbers and no real true character development. Good musical theatre writing should do this through songs, but many songs in VICTOR/VICTORIA are time-wasters.
Nowhere is this more apparent than in "Paris Makes Me Horny" - not only the show's worst number but also one of the worst songs in the history of musical theatre.
The ONLY reason this show ran was Juliue Andrews. When she left the show quickly folded. Those in search of the true VICTOR/VICTORIA should stick with the film and the movie soundtrack CD. Both are much more enjoyable than this awful recording.
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Julie Andrews is fine, but some of the score is just embarassing 29 août 2005
Par Kathleen Donaldson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Victor\Victoria" is a charming 1982 film that starred the wonderful Julie Andrews as a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman. Andrews' co-star was the equally wonderful Robert Preston, who played her witty gay chum who helps her become a popular drag queen...sort of.

In 1995, Andrews' husband, the director Blake Edwards, decided to turn the film that he directed and his wife starred in, into a splashy musical comedy with music by Henry Mancini of "Pink Panther" fame and lyrics by Leslie Bricuse of "Willy Wonka" fame. Of coruse, Andrews would make her return to Broadway in the show after a long absence. It was a surefire success...not.

Although Andrews does her best to hit those high notes, that lovely soprano that she was so famous for can't be used often. For most of her songs, Andrews uses her lower voice, which is just as wonderful as her higher singing voice.

Tony Roberts, who plays the Robert Preston role (Preston had passed away several years earlier) is also fine. Michael Nouri, as Andrews' romantic interest is very charming and Rachel York, as a slightly dumb chorine from Chicago, is great. Gregory Jbara is as always, delighftul.

Now that I've gotten through the good things- basicaly the cast, it's time to review the one problematic element of the show- its score.

The show opens with the nice "Paris By Night" which replaces a rather medicore song from the film. However, once Roberts' character meets Ms. Andrews, one of the stinkers of the score is sung- "If I Were a Man." There is no melody to this song and the lyrics aren't particulary anything to write home about. Ms. Andrews tries her best though. Roberts' "Trust Me" and Andrews' "Le Jazz Hot" are fine, in fact excellent, but poor Rachel York, one of the standout cast members, gets the terrible "Paris Makes Me Horny." What could be a great comic number is turned sour thanks to Mr. Bricuses' awful lyrics-

Paris is so sexy

Riding in a taxi

Gives me apoplexi

The three ending words do not rhyme at all, although they may seem to. There's also-

Also Oslo

Oslo really was slow

Also, this pushing it. They don't rhyme.

Andrews' "Crazy World" from the film is very nice though. Her cheesey, "Louis Says", the second act opener, is not so spectacular. Nouri's "King's Dilemma" has some questionable lyrics, although he makes the medicore number very good. My favorite song from the score is "You and Me", however. Andrews and Roberts are really sensational in it. Next is Andrews and Norui's not so lilting romantic ballad, "Almost a Love Song", which seems memorable. However, after a few measures, the melody looses its tunefulness. Andrews' "Living in the Shadows", however, is excellent and has a haunting melody. Some lyrics don't come off so well sung, but on paper, they're fine. The big finale of a title song is also very nice. Some lyrics again, are questionable.

So, I've picked on the lyrics of the score the most. However, they are the most troublesome element of the show. Mancini's music also doesn't shine every song.

The CD packaging is nice, with a synopsis and an essay by composer\Andrews' friend, Andre Previn.

If you're a Mancini or Andrews fan, I'd recommend this. If not, there are some nice songs, but it's not worth every penny.
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