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Bugs Bunny on Broadway

Catalog Number 9 26494-2
Release Date Jan 29, 1991
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price Unknown (U.S.)
Media Format CD
Classification Live Event
LabelWarner Bros. Records / /
Phonographic CopyrightWarner Bros. Records Inc. / / , WEA International Inc. / /

Credits

Composer / Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher, Eddie Cantor, Milton J. Franklyn, Johann Strauss, Cliff Friend, Dave Franklin, Carl W. Stalling, Richard Whiting, Johnny Mercer, Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry Williams, Franz Von Suppe, Raymond Scott, Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Gioacchino Rossini, L.E. DeFrancesco, J. Danielson, F. Vimont, Peter Tchaikovsky, Richard Wagner, Donizetti, Leo Robin, Arthur Schwartz, Herman Hupfeld
Performer / Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan, June Foray, George Daugherty, Robb Wenner, Noel Blanc, Arnold Roth, Abraham Appleman, Elena Barere, Ann Leathers, Katherine Livolsi, Marion Pinheiro, Masako Yanagita, Ming Yeh, Ceclia Hobbs-Gardner, Robert Chausow, Laura Corcos, Maura Giannini, Katherine Kieneke, Carol Pool, George Wozniak, Paul Cortese, Carol Landon, Jan Mullen, Katherine Rife, Karen Ritscher, Sandra Robbins, Eugene Moye, Diane Barere, Roberta Cooper, Eliana Mendoza, Chase Morrison, Deborah Yamak, John Babich, Jaime Austria, Gail Kruvand, Caroline Pittman, Carole Morgan, Washington Barella, Diane Lesser, Ed Gilmore, Meryl Abt-Greenfield, Brian Hysong, Atsuko Sato, Ethan Bauch, Kaitilin Mahony, Leise Anschutz, Richard Hagen, Ron Sell, Chris Gekker, Lorraine Cohen-Moses, Lawrence Moses, Jon Taylor, Richard Clark, Dean Plank, Andrew Seligson, Grace Paradise, Leo Marchildon, Jo Pusateri, David Carey, Benjamin Herman, Eric Weissberg, The Warner Bros. Symphony Orchestra
Lyricist / Michael Maltese
Recording Engineer / Steve Boyer
Recording Studio / The Power Station
Mixing Engineer / Steve Boyer
Mixing Studio / The Power Station
Mastering Engineer / Chris Bellman
Mastering Studio / Bernie Grundman Mastering
Conductor / George Daugherty

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 OVERTURE - MERRIE MELODIES MAIN TITLE MUSIC 0:35
02 THIS IS A LIFE? 1:56
03 HIGH NOTE 6:32
04 WHAT'S UP, DOC? 2:56
05 BATON BUNNY 4:06
06 JUMPIN' JUPITER 7:36
07 THE RABBIT OF SEVILLE 6:15
08 ACT II ENTR'ACTE 0:51
09 A CORNY CONCERTO 6:50
10 LONG-HAIRED HARE 7:33
11 WHAT'S OPERA, DOC? 6:54
12 MERRIE MELODIES CLOSING THEME 0:26
Disc length 52:30

 

Notes

1. OVERTURE* - MERRIE MELODIES MAIN TITLE MUSIC [:35]
("Merrily We Roll Along" Written by Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor)

2. THIS IS A LIFE? (1995) [1:56]
Music by Milton J. Franklyn
Animation Direction by Friz Freleng. Story by Warren Foster
Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck), Arthur Q. Bryan (Elmer Fudd) June Foray (Granny)

3. HIGH NOTE* (1960) [6:32]
Music by Milton J. Franklyn, after Johann Strauss. Including: "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones

4. WHAT'S UP, DOC? (1950) [2:56]
Music by Carl W. Stalling. Including: "Hooray For Hollywood" Written by Richard Whiting and Johnny Mercer; "What's The Matter With Father" Written by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams; "What's Up, Doc?" and "Boys Of The Chorus" Written by Carl W. Stalling
Animation Direction by Robert McKimson. Story by Warren Foster
Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc (Bugs Buny), Arthur Q. Bryan (Elmer Fudd)

5. BATON BUNNY* (1959) [4:06]
Music by Milton J. Franklyn, after Franz Von Suppe
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow

6. JUMPIN' JUPITER* (1955) [7:36]
Music by Carl. W. Stalling
Including "Power House" and "Reckless Night On Board An Ocean Liner" Written by Raymond Scott, Published by Warner Bros. Inc.(World, excluding United States & Canada)/Music Sales Corp. (United States & Canada) ASCAP. "I Only Have Eyes For You" Written by Harry Warren and Al Dubin
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones

7. THE RABBIT OF SEVILLE* (1950) [6:15]
Music by Carl. W. Stalling, after Gioacchino Rossini. Including: "Madrid" Written by L.E. DeFrancesco, J. Danielson, F. Vimont, Published by Sam Fox Publishing Co., Inc.ASCAP; "Merrily We Roll Along" Written by Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones. Story by Michael Maltese
Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny), Arthur Q. Bryan (Elmer Fudd)

8. ACT II ENTR'ACTE* [:51]
Excerpt from LONG HAIRED HARE ("Beautiful Galathea Overture" by Franz Von Suppe) and MERRIE MELODIES MAIN TITLE MUSIC ("Merrily We Roll Along" written by Charlie Tobias, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor)

9. A CORNY CONCERTO* (1943) [6:50]
Music by Carl W. Stalling, after Johann Strauss and Peter Tchaikovsky
Animation Direction by Robert Clampett
New Voice Characterizations: George Daugherty (Singing Dog), George Daugherty and Robb Wenner (Baby Swans) and Robb Wenner (The Ugly Duckling)

10. LONG-HAIRED HARE (1949) [7:33]
Music by Carl W. Stalling, after Wagner, Donizetti, Rossini, and Von Suppe (among others). Including "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin; "A Rainy Night In Rio" Written by Leo Robin and Arthur Schwartz; "When Yuba Plays The Rhumba On The Tuba" Written by Herman Hupfeld
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones. Story by Michael Maltese
Voice Characterization: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny)

11. WHAT'S OPERA, DOC?* (1957) [6:54]
Music by Milton J. Franklyn, after Richard Wagner ("Merrily We Roll Along" written by Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor)
Animation Direction by Chuck Jones. Story and "Return My Love" Lyrics by Michael Maltese
Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc (Bugs Bunny as Brunhilde), Arthur Q. Bryan (Elmer Fudd as Seigfried)

12. MERRIE MELODIES CLOSING THEME* [:26]
("Merrily We Roll Along" Written by Charles Tobiaz, Murray Mencher and Eddie Cantor)
"That's All Folks"
Voice Characterization: Noel Blanc (Porky Pig)

*Newly Recorded Material.
All music is published by Warner Bros. Inc. (ASCAP) unless otherwise indicated.


THE WARNER BROS. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by
GEORGE DAUGHERTY

VIOLIN I
Arnold Roth, Concertmaster
Abraham Appleman
Elena Barere
Ann Leathers
Katherine Livolsi
Marion Pinheiro
Masako Yanagita
Ming Yeh

VIOLIN II
Ceclia Hobbs-Gardner, Principal
Robert Chausow
Laura Corcos
Maura Giannini
Katherine Kieneke
Carol Pool
George Wozniak

VIOLA
Paul Cortese, Principal
Carol Landon
Jan Mullen
Katherine Rife
Karen Ritscher
Sandra Robbins

CELLO
Eugene Moye, Principal
Diane Barere
Roberta Cooper
Eliana Mendoza
Chase Morrison
Deborah Yamak

DOUBLE BASS
John Babich, Principal
Jaime Austria
Gail Kruvand

FLUTE
Caroline Pittman, Principal
Carole Morgan

PICCOLO/BASS FLUTE
Carole Morgan

OBOE
Washington Barella, Principal
Diane Lesser

ENGLISH HORN
Diane Lesser

CLARINET
Ed Gilmore, Principal
Meryl Abt-Greenfield
Brian Hysong

BASS CLARINET
Brian Hysong

BASSOON
Atsuko Sato, Principal
Ethan Bauch

FRENCH HORN
Kaitilin Mahony, Principal
Leise Anschutz
Richard Hagen
Ron Sell

TRUMPET
Chris Gekker, Principal
Lorraine Cohen-Moses
Lawrence Moses

TROMBONE
Jon Taylor, Principal
Richard Clark
Dean Plank

TUBA
Andrew Seligson, Principal

HARP
Grace Paradise, Principal

PIANO
Leo Marchildon, Principal

PERCUSSION
Jo Pusateri, Principal
David Carey
Benjamin Herman

TIMPANI
Benjamin Herman, Principal

PEDAL STEEL GUITAR
Eric Weissberg, Principal

Created and Produced by GEORGE DAUGHERTY
Executive Producer: GARY LeMEL
Associate Producer: DAVID KA LIK WONG
Voicetrack Digital Restoration & Sound Effects & Music Production by INDUSTRIAL F/X PRODUCTIONS, Los Angeles; Sound Effects Design: JOHN LARABEE & ROBB WENNER; Recorded & Mixed at THE POWER STATION, New York City, by STEVE BOYER. Mastered & Edited at BERNIE GRUNDMAN MASTERING, Hollywood, by CHRIS BELLMAN.
Concertmaster & Orchestra Contractor: ARNOLD ROTH
Post Production Supervisor: ROBB WENNER
Music Supervisor: DAVID HILLENBRAND
Photography: DENNIS KEELY
Art Direction & Design: TOM RECCHION
Creative Advisor: KATHLEEN HELPPIE-SHIPLEY
Production Consultant: FOOTE KIRKPATRICK; Warner Bros. Animation
Production Liaison: RICK GEHR; Music Musical Score Restoration and Transcriptions: DAVID HILLENBRAND, CAMERON PATRICK, MICHAEL McQUISTION, LEO MARCHILDON; Music Transcription Assistants: ROBERT GUILLORY, NERIDA TYSON-CHEW, PAUL CHEW, CARL JOHNSON, ANGELA SAWALL, JEFF GUND; A.F.M. Music Copyist: JEFF TURNER; Music Reproduction and Printing: JUDY GREEN MUSIC; First Assistant Recording Engineer: DAN GELLERT; Assistant Recording Engineers: AARON KROPF & TODD WHITELOCK; Recording Production Assistants: WAYNE "WORLD" SHULMISTER, RICH FORZIATI, DAVE ASOFSKY. Special Thanks to BARI KAYE, BARRY BONGIOVI, and TONY BONGIOVI, THE POWER STATION, New York City.
Based Upon The Stage Production BUGS BUNNY ON BROADWAY
Created, Conducted and Produced by GEORGE DAUGHERTY
Executive Producer: STEVEN GOLDBERG
Broadway Premiere: October 3, 1990
The Gershwin Theatre, New York City
World Premiere: June 16, 1990, San Diego Civic Theatre


℗ 1991 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

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