BARBRA STREISAND AND OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS (TV)

Summary

This variety special stars Barbra Streisand and features over 150 accompanying musicians. Highlights include the following: Streisand performs "Sing"; essays a duet with an eight-year-old pianist on "When I Was a Little Girl"; and, on "I Got Rhythm," conducts a lavish tour through the world's different musical styles. Other selections include the following: "Glad to Be Happy"; "By Myself"; "Come Back to Me"; "I Never Had Seen Snow"; "On a Clear Day"; "The Sweetest Sounds"; "Make Your Own Kind of Music"; "Johnny One Note"; and "One Note Samba." Additionally, Ray Charles joins Streisand in "Look What They've Done to My Song, Ma," "Cryin' Time Again," and "Sweet Inspiration." The program concludes with "The Concerto for Voice and Appliances," a novelty tune in which Streisand matches her voice to the sounds produced by a juicer, an alarm clock, and a sewing machine, among other things. Commercials deleted.

Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: November 2, 1973 Friday 9:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:51:25
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T86:1860
  • GENRE: Music
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Music
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - TV, 1973
  • COMMERCIALS:

CREDITS

    • Martin Erlichman … Executive Producer
    • Gary Smith … Producer
    • Dwight Hemion … Producer, Director
    • Joe Layton … Production (Misc.), Produced in association with
    • Larry Gelbart … Writer, Dialogue written by
    • Ken Welch … Writer, Dialogue written by, Music (Misc. Credits), Musical material written and arranged by
    • Mitzie Welch … Writer, Dialogue written by, Music (Misc. Credits), Musical material written and arranged by
    • Jack Parnell … Music (Misc. Credits), Music Director
    • Barbra Streisand … Singer
    • Ray Charles … Singer