To Broadway, to Life! The Musical Theater of Bock and Harnick

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APPENDIX B
SELECTED MEDIA RESOURCES
This listing includes audio- and videorecordings of music (or of complete shows) by Bock and/or Harnick that were commercially released or that are available in public archives. It includes only a very small sampling of new recordings of their songs by various artists in diverse styles (“covers”). Titles of major book musicals are shown in bold, as in Appendix A. This listing does not include recorded interviews, which are listed together with print interviews in section 4 of the bibliography.Admiral Broadway Revue (songs or sketches credited to Bock/Holofcener)
“County Fair” (22 April 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media T:27634
“Encore” (3 June 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media B:25823
“Heartburn” (8 April 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media T:26282
“The Hero … The Heroine … and the Man Who’s Got the Mortgage” (6 May 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media B:26283
“Ingrid the Great” (8 April 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media T:26282
“Today” (15 April 1949): videorecording, Paley Center for Media T:27637
“Always the Sea” (music and lyrics by Jerry Bock)
Acquaviva and His Orchestra [instrumental arrangement by Nick Acquaviva]
Original release: MGM K-12434 (45-rpm single, 1957) Reissue: A Man and His Dream, MGM E-3696 (LP, 1958)
American Musicals: Bock & Harnick
Original release: Time-Life Records 4TL-AM14 (3 cassette tapes, 1982)
Selections from the original cast recordings of Fiorello!, Fiddler on the Roof, and The Rothschilds
The Apple Tree (Bock/Harnick)
Original Broadway cast recording: Columbia Masterworks KOS-3020 (LP, 1966) Reissue: Sony Broadway SK 48209 (CD, 1992)
Videorecording of complete concert performance (semi-staged): Theater on Film and Tape Archive, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; videotaped at City Center, New York, 13 May 2005
Videorecording of complete staged performance: Theater on Film and Tape Archive, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; videotaped at Studio 54, New York, 9 March 2007

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