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Author Leigh, Mitch, 1928-2014.

Title Plácido Domingo in Man of La Mancha / [written by Dale Wasserman ; music by Mitch Leigh ; lyrics by Joe Darion]
Published New York, NY : Sony Classical, [1996]


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Contents Overture -- "May I set the stage?" -- Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote) -- It's all the same -- "Sweet lady -- fair virgin" -- Dulcinea -- I'm only thinking of him -- Missive -- "Hm, what kind of token?" -- I really like him -- What does he want of me? -- "Someone approaches --!" -- Barber's song -- "Hand over that golden helmet!" -- Golden helmet of Mambrino -- To each his Dulcinea -- "Why do you do these things?" -- Impossible dream -- Dubbing -- Knight of the woeful countenance -- Little bird, little bird -- Aldonza -- "Your Reverence, could I talk to him?" -- Little gossip -- Finale
Notes Musical, based on the novel by Miguel de Cervantes
Credits Executive producer and producer, Thomas Z. Shepard ; post-production assistant engineer, Francis X. Pierce ; post-production editor, Richard King ; recording and mixing engineer, Bud Graham ; assistant engineer (BMG Studios), Sandy Palmer ; additional recording Master Sound/Engineer, Ben Rizzi
Performer Plácido Domingo, Julia Migenes, Mandy Patinkin, Samuel Ramey, Jerry Hadley, Rosalind Elias, vocals ; with supporting performers ; Concert Chorale of New York ; American Theatre Orchestra ; Paul Gemignani, music director and conductor
Event Recorded June 4-6, 1990, at BMG Studio "A."
Notes Hard copy version record
Subject Quixote, Don (Fictitious character) -- Drama
Quixote, Don (Fictitious character)
Genre/Form Streaming audio
Form Streaming audio
Author Wasserman, Dale
Darion, Joe, 1917-2001.
Domingo, Plácido, 1941-
Migenes-Johnson, Julia
Patinkin, Mandy
Ramey, Samuel
Hadley, Jerry
Elias, Rosalind
Gemignani, Paul
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. Don Quixote.
Concert Chorale of New York.
American Theatre Orchestra.
Other Titles Man of La Mancha
Man of La Mancha