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Charles Aznavour   

 
Music Box Theatre, (2/03/1970 - 2/28/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Feb 03, 1970    
Closing Date: Feb 28, 1970 Total Performances: 23

Category: Special, Solo, Concert, Original, Broadway



Production Staff
Produced by Norman Twain; Produced in association with Albert I. Fill
Featuring songs by Charles Aznavour; Musical Director: Henri Byrs; Additional lyrics by J. Davis, G. Gavarantz, T. Veran and P. Roche; Additional music by J. Plante and F. Dorin; Lyrics translated by: B. Morrisson, H. Kretzmer, Benjamin M. Kaye, R. Deleon, G. Lees, M. Stellman and D. Newburg
General Manager: Sherman Gross
Production Supervisor: Leon Sanossian
Music Contractor: Herbert Harris; Conducted by Henri Byrs; Trumpet and Fleugelhorn: Alan Rubin and Randal Brecker; Pianist: Henri Byrs; Trombone: David Barageron and Harry Di Vito; Tenor Sax and Flute: Lewis Trabackin; Baritone Sax and Bass Clarinet: Jerome Richardson; Organ and Piano: Patrick Rebillot; Fender Bass: Herb Bushler; Guitar: Robert Mann; Drums: Allan Schwartzberg
Advertising: Fred Golden and The Blaine Thompson Company; General Press Representative: Frank Goodman and Les Schecter
Cast
Charles Aznavour
music by Charles Aznavour; lyrics by Charles Aznavour
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1
Le Tamos
(lyrics by J. Davis)
I Will Give To You
(lyrics by B. Morrisson)
Happy Anniversary
(lyrics by H. Kretzmer)
We'll Drift Away
(lyrics by G. Gavarantz and B. M. Kaye)
Le Toreador
Sunday's Not My Day
(lyrics by T. Veran and B. Morrisson)
Apaga La Luz
(lyrics by R. Deleon)
Isabelle
(lyrics by R. Deleon)
I Will Warm Your Heart
(lyrics by G. Lees)
To My Daughter
(lyrics by B. Morrisson)
Et Pourtant
(lyrics by G. Gavarantz)
The Wine of Youth
(lyrics by B. Morrisson)
Yesterday When I Was Young
(lyrics by H. Kretzmer)
Emmenez-Moi
(lyrics by H. Kretzmer)
It Will Be My Day
(lyrics by B. Morrisson)
ACT 2
Venice Dressed in Blue
(music by F. Dorin; lyrics by B. M. Kaye)
La Boheme
(music by J. Plante; lyrics by B. M. Kaye)
August Days in Paree
(lyrics by G. Gavarantz and D. Newburg)
Les Comediens
(music by J. Plante; lyrics by G. Gavarantz and D. Newburg)
And I In My Chair
(lyrics by D. Newburg)
You've Got to Learn
(lyrics by M. Stellman)
Les Bons Moments
(lyrics by M. Stellman)