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Edmund Assaly - My Fur Lady flac album
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My Fur Lady
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Edmund Assaly
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Musical
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1380 mb
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Complete your Edmund Assaly collection. My Fur Lady ‎(LP, Album, Mono). McGill Recording Service. My Fur Lady 25th Anniversary Reissue ‎(LP, Album, RE). McGill University Records.

Orchestrated By – Edmund Assaly. Words By, Songwriter, Written By – Timothy Porteous. 25th Anniversary Reissue 1957-1982. The Graduates' Society of McGill University & Quince productions presents "My Fur Lady" an original Musical Comedy. Recorded on June 12th, 1957, by the original cast. Produced by James Domville. Staged, Directed & Choreographed by Brian & Olivia MacDonald. Musical Direction & Orchestration by Edmund Assaly Book by: Timothy Porteous, Donald MacSween, Erik Wang. Words by: Timothy Porteous. Music by: James Dolville, Galt MacDermott, Harry.

Label: McGill Recording Service ‎– MRS-LPM-5 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono Country: Canada Date of released: 1957 Category: Stage & Screen Style: Musical. Music by: James Dolville, Galt MacDermott, Harry Garber.

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My Fur Lady is a satirical musical theatre production, first staged in Canada in the 1950s. Directed by Brian Macdonald, it was premiered in Montreal on February 7, 1957, by McGill University students. The design was intended to resemble a huge tent. That seasons productions included Hamlet, Twelfth Night, the satirical My Fur Lady, The Turn of the Screw, the 2017 season, with all-Canadian directors, offers a wide range of productions. Those at the Festival Theatre include Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Taming of the Shrew, Molière’s Tartuffe and Guys, other classics HMS Pinafore, The School for Scandal and a new version of R. L. Stevenson’s Treasure Island.

Edmund Blair Leighton; Edward Blair Leighton. Location of birth/death. date QS:P571,+1914-00-00T00:00:00Z/9.

In 1957, McGill’s Red and White Revue produced a musical comedy which became an overnight success across Canada. The Revue consisted of a new, student-produced play each year, whose general goal was to parody university life at McGill. In 1956, the task of writing the show fell to a group of law students, Donald MacSween, Timothy Porteous, and Erik Wang. They wrote a musical satire of Canadian culture and politics as seen by an outsider-an Inuit princess-and titled it My Fur Lady, a pun on the Broadway musical popular at the time

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A1 Dew Line Drag
A2 Into A New World
Music By – Roy Wolvin
A3 Teach Me How To Think Canadian
Music By – James Domville
A4 Governor Generalities
Music By – James Domville
A5 Canadiana
Music By – James Domville
A6 Honey Don't Be Highbrow
Music By – Galt MacDermott*, James Domville
A7 ....And Howe !
Music By – James Domville
B1 We Hate Each Other
Music By – Roy Wolvin
B2 Next Week Is Work Week
Music By – James Domville
B3 Royal Victoria Rag
Music By – Galt McDermott*
B4 Society Gets Higher Every Year
Music By – Harry Garber
B5 Debutantes' Waltz - Eulogy To Elvis - Snip
Music By – Galt McDermott*, Harry Garber , James Domville
B6 I'm For Love
Music By – Galt MacDermott*
B7 Finale
Music By – Galt MacDermott*, James Domville

Credits

  • Directed By, Choreography – Brian MacDonald, Olivia MacDonald
  • Music By – Galt MacDermott* (tracks: A6, B3, B5, B6, B7), Harry Garber (tracks: B4, B5,), James Domville (tracks: A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, B2, B3, B5, B7), Roy Wolvin (tracks: A2, B1)
  • Music Director, Orchestrated By – Edmund Assaly
  • Producer – James Domville
  • Words By, Songwriter, Written By – Timothy Porteous

Notes

The Graduates' Society of McGill University & Quince productions presents "My Fur Lady" an original Musical Comedy.
First released in February 1957 as a live recording (MRS-LPM-3; turquoise cover), it was re-recorded in studio on June 12th, 1957, by the original cast and released the same month with a slightly different cover in white (MRS-LPM-5).

Produced by James Domville.
Staged, Directed & Choreographed by Brian & Olivia MacDonald.
Musical Direction & Orchestration by Edmund Assaly
Book by: Timothy Porteous, Donald MacSween, Erik Wang.
Words by: Timothy Porteous.
Music by: James Dolville, Galt MacDermott, Harry Garber.
Additional Songs: Roy Wolvin.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CT-24606
  • Matrix / Runout: CT-24607

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MRS-LPM-5 Edmund Assaly My Fur Lady ‎(LP, Album, Mono) McGill Recording Service MRS-LPM-5 Canada 1957
CTM-6087 Edmund Assaly My Fur Lady 25th Anniversary Reissue ‎(LP, Album, RE) McGill University Records CTM-6087 Canada 1982