Carnival

Original London Cast (1963)

Credits

Staff

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Conductor
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Producer


Cast

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Jacquot
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Mr. Schlegel
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Grobert
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Cyclist
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Trumpet Player
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Drummer
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Strong Man
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Zulu Clown
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Green Clown
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Stilt Cown
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Dog Trainer
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Bear
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Bear Girl
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Wardrobe Mistress
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Wardrobe Assistant
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Greta Schlegel
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Gypsy
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Gladys Zuwicki
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Gloria Zuwicki
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Princess Olga
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Marco the Magnificent
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The Incomparable Rosalie
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Lili
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Paul Berthalet
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Dr. Glass
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Aerialist
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Carrot Top/Horrible Henry/Renardo/Marguerite


Track List


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  • Opening
  • Direct from Vienna .... Schlegel, Rosalie, Grobert, Singers and Dancers
  • Very Nice Man .... Lili and Grobert
  • I've Got to Find a Reason .... Paul andJacquot
  • The Sword, The Rose, and The Cape .... Marco and Four Roustabouts
  • Mira (Can You Imagine That) .... Lili and Jacquot
  • Humming .... Rosalie and Schlegel
  • Yes, My Heart .... Lili, Male Singers and Dancers
  • Everybody Likes You .... Paul
  • Golden Delicious Fish
  • Theme From Carnival (Love Makes the World Go Round) .... Lili, Paul (and Puppets)
  • Yum, Ticky, Ticky, Tum, Tum .... Lili, Paul and Jacquot
  • The Rich .... Lili, Paul and Jacquot
  • Beautiful Candy .... Lili, Paul, Jacquot, Boys and Girls
  • Her Face .... Paul
  • Grand Imperial Cirque de Paree .... Jacquot, Singers and Dancers
  • I Hate Him .... Lili and Paul
  • It Was Always You .... Marco and Rosalie
  • It Was Always You (reprise) .... Rosalie
  • She's My Love .... Paul
  • Grand Imperial Cirque de Paree (reprise) .... Singers and Dancers

Trivia & History

The recording seems to have been recorded before the London opening, probably during the tryout in Glasgow. Francis de Wolff is heard as Schlegel on the recoridng. In London, the role was played by Peter Bayliss.


The original Broadway cast recording made changes and cuts to several numbers, including the opening music, "Humming," "Love Makes the World Go Round," "Beautiful Candy," "Her Face," and "It Was Always You." For the most part, the London cast recording was far more faithful to how the numbers were performed onstage.

In addition, the London recording included "Golden Delicious Fish," not on the Broadway recording, and created a finale for the recording by combining the reprise of "The Grand Imperial Cirque de Paris" (not on the Broadway recording) and the closing underscoring of "Love Makes the World Go Round."

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