Part One

Albums by other artists that include three or more Stephen
Sondheim songs; only those selections written or co-written
by Sondheim are shown; listed alphabetically by artist

Part One Contents

Individual Artists

Part Two Contents

Individual Artists Various Artists

Richard Rodney Bennett

A Different Side of Sondheim

Richard Rodney Bennett, piano and vocals
Milt Hinton, bass
Bobby Rosengarden, percussion
Recorded September 25, 27 and October 2 - 3, 1978
Recorded and Mixed at Right Track Recording
Engineer: David Stone
Production Associate: Rick Winter
Liner Notes by Rex Reed

  • LP, 1979 [DRG SL 5182] (36:26 mins.)
  • Cassette, 1979 [DRG SLC-5182]
  • Compact Disc, 1995 [DRG CD-5182]
A Different Side of Sondheim

Betty Buckley

Children Will Listen

Produced by Kenny Werner and Betty Buckley
Executive Producer: Mort Drosnes
Musical Director: Kenny Werner
Arrangements by Kenny Werner, Betty Buckley, and Michael Colombier
With Billy Drewes (Flute, Soprano and Tenor Saxe), Erik Friedlander (Cello), Jamey Haddad (Percussion, Drums), Tony Marino (Bass), Mary Rowell (Violin, Viola), and Kenny Werner (Synthesizer, Piano)
Music Consultant: Glenn Osser

  • Compact Disc, 1993 [Sterling S1001-2]
  • Cassette, 1993 [Sterling S1001-4]
Children Will Listen
Sondheim Selections

Betty Buckley

The London Concert

Produced by John Langridge
Recorded and Mixed by Mike Robinson
Executive Producer: Mort Drosnes
Arrangements by Michel Colombier, David Cullen, Peter Smith, Kenny Werner and Larry Wilcox
Recorded live by the BBC at Golders Green Hippodrome, London on March 19, 1995
BBC Big Band Leader: Martin Loveday
BBC Concert Orchestra Conductor: Michael Reed

  • Compact Disc, 1995 [Sterling S1010-2]
  • Cassette, 1995 [Sterling S1010-4]
The London Concert
Sondheim Selections

Betty Buckley

An Evening at Carnegie Hall

Produced by Thomas Z. Shepard
With the American Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Paul Gemignani
Arrangements and Orchestrations by Betty Buckley, David Cullen, David Geist, Don Sebesky, Roland Shaw, Jonathan Tunick, and Kenny Werner
Recorded live on June 10, 1996 at Carnegie Hall

  • Compact Disc, 1996 [Sterling S1012-2]
  • Cassette, 1996 [Sterling S1012-4]
An Evening at Carnegie Hall
Sondheim Selections

The Roy Budd Trio

Everything's Coming Up Roses:
The Musical World of Stephen Sondheim

Produced by Roy Budd and Jack Fishman
Engineered by Howard Barrow
Featuring Roy Budd on piano, Chris Karan on drums, and Pete Morgan on bass (Jazz Trio)

  • LP, 1976 [PYE Records NSPL 18494]
Roy Budd Trio: Everything's Coming Up Roses

Jackie Cain and Roy Kral

A Stephen Sondheim Collection

Jackie Cain, vocals
Roy Kral, vocals, piano
Paul Johnson, vibraphone
Dean Johnson, bass
Steve Bagby, drums
Produced by Ken Glancy
Enginer Tim Geelan
Recorded live at Michael's Pub, NYC on July 24, 1982

  • LP, 1982 [Finesse Records FW 38324]
  • Cassette, 1982 [Finesse Records FWT 38324]
  • Compact Disc, 1990 [Stet DSCD-25102]
  • Cassette reissue, 1990 [Stet DSC-25102]

Reissued as Sondheim
Produced by Ken Glancy & Bob Thiele
Liner Notes by Joel E. Siegel

  • Compact Disc, 1993 [Red Baron JK 57338]
  • Cassette, 1993 [Red Baron JT 57338]
Jackie Cain & Roy Kral / Sondheim (reissue)

Robert Clary

Louis Lebeau Remembers Cole Porter,
Not Stephen Sondheim (But Sings Their Songs Anyway)

Robert Clary (Jazz vocals)
With the John Rodby Trio:
John Rodby, piano, synthesizer
Harvey Newmark, bass
Mark Stevens, drums
Produced by Robert Clary and John Rodby
Arrangements by John Rodby
Liner Notes by Bill Hayes

  • Compact Disc, 2000 [Original Cast OC-2101]
Louis Lebeau Remembers Cole Porter
Sondheim Selections

Barbara Cook

Sings Mostly Sondheim

Barbara Cook with Malcolm Gets
Wally Harper, Piano
John Beal, Bass
Produced by Hugh Fordin
Recorded by Cynthia Daniels
Arrangments and Musical Direction by Wally Harper
Recorded live at Carnegie Hall on February 2, 2001

  • Double Compact Disc, 2001 [DRG 91464]
Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim
Sondheim Selections

East West Players

East West Overtures: East West Players Sing Sondheim

Produced by Linda K. Igarashi & Lawrence O'Connor
Music Director / Arranger: Scott Nagatani
Associate Musical Director / Arranger / Recording Engineer: Joel Iwataki

  • Compact Disc, 1997 [EWP]
East West Overtures

Michael Feinstein

Michael Feinstein Sings the Jule Styne Songbook

Produced by Judith Sherman and Michael Feinstein
Engineered by Robert Cubbage

  • Compact Disc, 1991 [Elektra/Nonesuch 79274-2] (56:49)
  • Cassette, 1991 [Elektra/Nonesuch 79274-4]
Michael Feinstein Sings the Jule Styne Songbook
Sondheim Selections

[Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim]

  • Nice She Ain't (1:47) [cut from Gypsy]
  • Home is the Place (3:08)
  • Overture (1:52) [from Gypsy]
  • Small World (2:18) [from Gypsy]
  • You'll Never Get Away From Me (1:38) [from Gypsy]
  • All I Need Is The Girl (1:09) [from Gypsy]
  • Everything's Coming Up Roses (1:04) [from Gypsy]

Anne Kerry Ford

Something Wonderful: Songs of Oscar Hammerstein and Stephen Sondheim

Produced by Robben Ford and John Boswell
Recorded at Mad Hatter Studios, Los Angeles

  • Compact Disc, 1997 [LML CD-109] (39:48)
Something Wonderful
Sondheim Selections
  • Something's Coming (3:31) [from West Side Story]
  • All Through the Day (2:31) [lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II;
    music of Sondheim's Losing My Mind [from Follies]
  • The Miller's Song (4:20) [from A Little Night Music]
  • Medley: Edelweiss [by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II] /
    Goodbye For Now (4:52) [from Reds]
  • Not A Day Goes By (2:18) [from Merrily We Roll Along]
  • Being Alive (3:08) [from Company]
  • With So Little To Be Sure Of (2:24) [from Anyone Can Whistle]

Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles

Simply Sondheim

Artistic Director: Dr. Jon Bailey
Produced by Bill Bowersock
Arrangements by Larry Moore, Tom Shell, Bill Bowersock, Ron Abel, Bob Kragstad, Scott Henderson, David Maddux, Jerry Carlson, Earl Brown, and Eddy Clement
Recorded live on Jul 13 - 15, 2001

  • Compact Disc, 2001 [GMCLA 09]

Jane Harvey

The Other Side of Sondheim

Jane Harvey with orchestra (arrangments by Ray Ellis) or trio (Mike Renzi, piano; Grady Tate, drums; Jay Leonhart, bass)
Produced by Jane Harvey
Liner Notes by Nat Hentoff

  • LP, 1988 [Atlantic Jazz 81833-1] (43:39)
  • Compact Disc, 1988 [Atlantic Jazz 81833-2]
  • Cassette, 1988 [Atlantic Jazz 81833-4]
The Other Side of Sondheim

Jane Harvey Sings Sondheim

Jane Harvey with trio (Mike Renzi, piano; Grady Tate, drums; Jay Leonhart, bass)
Produced by Jane Harvey

  • Compact Disc, 2009 [SSJ (Japan) XQAM-1039] (59 mins.)
Note: These are the basic tracks from the 1988 recordings stripped of the strings which were added to the original recording. Adds four tracks ("The Story of Lucy and Jessie", "There Won't Be Trumpets", "The Little Things You Do Together", "Buddy's Blues") which were recorded at the time of the original release and a 2009 recording of "Send in the Clowns" (replacing the 1988 recording).

Marc Heller

Take Me To The World: Songs by Stephen Sondheim

Marc Heller, tenor
Alfred Heller, piano
Martin Ormandy, violincello

  • Compact Disc, 1996 [Etcetera KTC 1185]

Raishel Jahana

Sondheim Songs

Raishel Jahana (vocals)
Accompanied by piano/bass/drums trio
Produced by Eli Winkman
Recorded by Sean Swinney

  • Compact Disc, 2000 [Cab-Art 3377]

Cleo Laine

Cleo Sings Sondheim

Produced by Jay David Saks
Recording Engineer: Paul Goodman
Orchestrated and Conducted by Jonathan Tunick
Digitally recorded Oct 1, 2, 5 and 6, 1987
at RCA's Studio A, NYC
Liner Notes by Mort Goode
Lyrics Included

  • LP, 1988 [RCA 7702-1-RC]
  • Compact Disc, 1988 [RCA 7702-2-RC] [60:19 mins.]
  • Cassette, 1988 [RCA 7702-4-RC]
Cleo Sings Sondheim

Evelyn Lear

Evelyn Lear Sings Bernstein and Sondheim

Martin Katz, piano
Liner notes by Robert Jacobson

  • LP, 1981 [Mercury SRI 75136]
  • Cassette, 1981 [Mercury MRI 75136]
Sondheim Selections

Ute Lemper

City of Strangers

Produced, arranged and conducted by Bruno Fontaine
Concept by Ute Lemper
Recorded by Philippe Laffont

  • Compact Disc, 1995 [London 444400-2]
Ute Lemper
Sondheim Selections
  • Losing My Mind (4:58) [from Follies]
  • The Ladies Who Lunch (6:00) [from Company]
  • Immense and Red Medley (includes Another Hundred People) (10:57) [from Company]
  • Being Alive (4:51) [from Company]

Los Angeles Vocal Arts Ensemble

A Little Sondheim Music

Artistic director: Armen Guzelimian
Arrangements by H. Wesley Kenney and Anita Sleeman
Armen Guzelimian and Paul Herrera, pianists
Liner notes by H. Wesley Kenney
Recording produced by Patti Laursen
Engineered by Robert Norberg
Digitally recorded at the Wilshire United Methodist Church, Los Angeles CA

  • LP, 1984 [EMI/Angel DS-37347] (48:36)
  • Cassette, 1984 [EMI/Angel 4DS-37437]
Los Angles Vocal Arts Ensemble: A Little Sondheim Music
  • A Little Night Music:
    • Overture (3:42) - Michael Gallup, Darlene Romano, Delcina Stevenson, Jeffrey Araluce and Rickie Weiner-Gole
    • Night Waltz (3:30) - Janet Smith, Darlene Romano, Paul Johnson, Rickie Weiner-Gole and Michael Gallup
    • In Praise of Women (3:10) - Michael Gallup
    • A Weekend in the Country (4:10) - Janet Smith, Michael Gallup and Ensemble
  • Anyone Can Whistle:
    • Waltz I [excerpt from The Cookie Chase] (1:38) - Delcina Stevenson, Darlene Romano, Jeffrey Araluce, Paul Johnson, and Michael Gallup; Solo Piano: Paul Herrera
    • With So Little to Be Sure Of (4:30) - Darlene Romano, Paul Johnson
  • Merrily We Roll Along:
    • Not a Day Goes By (2:28) - Rickie Weiner-Gole
    • The Hills of Tomorrow (1:51) - Ensemble
  • Sweeney Todd:
    • Prologue: The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (2:51) - Ensemble
    • Green Finch and Linnett Bird (3:10) - Delcina Stevenson
    • Pretty Women (4:05) - Dale Morich and Michael Gallup
    • By the Sea (3:31) - Janet Smith and Michael Gallup
    • Not While I'm Around (3:33) - Paul Johnson and Janet Smith
  • Pacific Overtures:
    • Pretty Lady (3:00) - Jeffrey Araluce, Dale Morich, Michael Gallup
  • A Little Night Music:
    • Send in the Clowns (3:27) - Rickie Weiner-Gole and Dale Morich; Solo Piano: Armen Guzelimian

Myrra Malmberg

Sings Sondheim: What Can You Lose

Produced by Myrra Malmberg and Peter Nordahl
Peter Nordhal on Piano
Recorded October 10 & 11, 1995
at the Concert Hall of the Stockholm Music Museum

  • Compact Disc, 1996 [Arietta Discs Musicproduktion AB #AD CD 1]
Myrra Malmberg: What Can You Lose

Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh

Mendelssohn Sings Sondheim

  • Cassette, 1995 [ATR 26187]

Ethel Merman

Mermania! Volume 1

Produced by Ken Bloom and Stephen Cole

  • Compact Disc, 1999 [Harbinger Records HCD 1711]
Ethel Merman - Mermania!
Sondheim Selections

Demo recordings of songs from Gypsy

  • Small World (2:12)
  • You'll Never Get Away From Me (1:19)
  • Together Wherever We Go (1:16)
  • Some People (4:02)
  • Mr. Goldstone (2:08)
  • Little Lamb / Mr. Goldstone (3:11)
  • Everything's Coming Up Roses (2:53)
  • Mama's Turn (4:23)

Other private recordings of songs from Gypsy

  • Everything's Coming Up Roses (1:58)
  • Small World (2:11)

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Produced by Brian Stokes Mitchell
* Arranged and orchestrated by Brian Stokes Mitchell
** Arranged by Brian Stokes Mitchell and John Bucchino; orchestrated by Larry Hochman
+ Arranged by Brian Stokes Mitchell; orchestrated by Larry Hochman

  • Compact Disc, 2006 [Playbill 80980]
Sondheim Selections

New York City Gay Men's Chorus

New York, New York: A Broadway Extravaganza

Produced By Judith Sherman
Conducted By Gary Miller

  • Compact Disc, 1984 [Pro Arte CDD 594]
  • Cassette, 1984 [Pro Arte PCD 594]
New York City Gay Men's Chorus: New York, New York
Sondheim Selections

Sondheim Medley (12:35)

New York City Gay Men's Chorus

Love Lives On

Produced by Judith Sherman
Arranged by Larry Moore and Frank Metis

  • Compact Disc, 1991 [Virgin 91647-2]
  • Cassette, 1991 [Virgin 91647-4]
Sondheim Selections

Mandy Patinkin

Mandy Patinkin

Produced by Steve Epstein
Musical Orchestrations by Luther Henderson and William D. Brohn
Conductor and Musical Director: Paul Gemignani
Recorded 1988 at RCA Studios, New York City

  • Compact Disc, 1989 [Columbia MK 44943]
  • Cassette, 1989 [Columbia FMT 44943]
Mandy Patinkin
Sondheim Selections

Mandy Patinkin

Dress Casual

Produced by Steve Epstein
Conductor and Musical Director: Paul Gemignani Musical arrangements by William Brohn, Bill Byers, Michael Starobin, and Don Byron
Musical Consultant: Paul Ford
Digitally recorded at RCA/BMG Studio A, NYC

  • Compact Disc, 1990 [Columbia FMK 45998]
  • Cassette, 1990 [Columbia FMT 45998]
Dress Casual
Sondheim Selections

Mandy Patinkin


Produced by John McClure
Conductor: Eric Stern
Musical Arrangements by Paul Ford
Orchestrations by Danny Troob
Recorded April, 1993 at the Hit Factory, NYC

  • Compact Disc, 1994 [Elektra Nonesuch 79330-2] (45:35)
  • Cassette, 1994 [Elektra Nonesuch 79330-4]
Sondheim Selections

Mandy Patinkin

Oscar & Steve

Produced by John McClure
Conductor: Eric Stern
Musical Arrangements by Paul Ford and Eric Stern
Recorded June, 1995 at the Hit Factory, NYC

  • Compact Disc, 1995 [Nonesuch 79392-2]
  • Cassette, 1995 [Nonesuch 79392-4]
Oscar & Steve
Sondheim Selections
  • Loving You/ (1:50) [from Passion]
  • I Wish I Could Forget You (3:06) [from Passion]
  • Medley: Pleasant Little Kingdom [cut from Follies] /
    Too Many Mornings [with Judy Blazer] (7:19) [from Follies]
  • Poems [with Michael Yukon Grody] (4:00) [from Pacific Overtures]
  • There Won't Be Trumpets (3:26) [cut from Anyone Can Whistle]
  • Medley: When I Grow Too Old to Dream [by Oscar Hammerstein II & Richard Rodgers] /
    Remember? (5:14) [from A Little Night Music]
  • Not a Day Goes By (3:31) [from Merrily We Roll Along]
  • Medley: You've Got to Be Carefully Taught [by Oscar Hammerstein II & Richard Rodgers] /
    Children Will Listen (3:56) [from Into the Woods]

Mandy Patinkin

Mandy Patinkin Sings Sondheim

Paul Ford, Piano
Produced by Mandy Patinkin and Tom Lazarus
Engineered by Tom Lazarus and Michael McCoy
Musical Arrangements by Paul Ford
Recorded live in concert February, 2002 at the Prince Music Theater, Philadelphia PA

  • Compact Disc, 2002 [Nonesuch 79690]

Mandy Patinkin Sings Sondheim


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Last modified on Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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