Sound Of Music Tv Ost
Carrie Underwood, Stephen Moyer, Audra McDonald
1. Preludium (Jessica Molaskey) 2. The Sound of Music (Carrie Underwood) 3. Maria (Jessica Molaskey) 4. My Favorite Things (Carrie Underwood) 5. Do - Re 6. Sixteen Going On Seventeen (Ariane Rinehart) 7. The Lonely Goatherd (Grace Rundhaug) 8. How Can Love Survive? (Christian Borle) 9. Reprise: The Sound of Music (Grace Rundhaug) 10. The Grand Waltz (David Chase) 11. Ländler (David Chase) 12. So Long, Farewell (Grace Rundhaug) 13. Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Audra McDonald) 14. No Way To Stop It (Christian Borle) 15. Something Good (Stephen Moyer) 16. Processional & Maria (The Wedding) (Jessica Molaskey) 17. Reprise: Sixteen Going On Seventeen (Carrie Underwood) 18. Reprise: Do - Re 19. Edelweiss (The Concert) (Grace Rundhaug) 20. Reprise: So Long, Farewell (The Concert) (Grace Rundhaug) 21. Finale Ultimo: Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Jessica Molaskey) 22. End Credits (David Chase)
Sony Masterworks proudly releases the companion soundtrack to the live broadcast of "The Sound of Music," based on the classic stage musical. The three-hour live production, starring six-time Grammy Award winner Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp, will air December 5. The cast also includes Audra McDonald ("Private Practice"), who has won five Tony Awards and two Grammys, as Mother Abbess; Stephen Moyer ("True Blood"), who will play Capt. Georg von Trapp; Tony Award winner Christian Borle ("Smash"), who will portray von Trapp family friend Max Detweiler; and Tony winner Laura Benanti ("Go On"), who will portray Elsa Schrader, the captain s onetime fiancee. "The Sound of Music" Music From the Special Television Event features studio recordings of all the musical numbers performed in the live broadcast, including Rodgers and Hammerstein favorites "The Sound of Music," "My Favorite Things," 'Do-Re-Mi," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and "Climb Ev'ry Mountain," among others. "The Sound of Music," set in the 1930's before and during "Anschluss" when the Nazi's annexed Austria, is based on the romantic true story of Maria von Trapp, an aspiring nun who leaves the abbey to become a governess for the widower Capt. von Trapp's seven children. She soon finds herself falling in love with her employer and questioning her religious calling. It premiered on Broadway in 1959 where it broke box-office records and won the Tony Award for best musical. The 1965 film adaptation won the Oscar for best picture.