This is the catalogue of Harbinger Records (a subsidiary of The Musical Theater Project), founded in 1983 by Ken Bloom and Bill Rudman.
The label specializes in the Great American Songbook – in particular, songs of stage, screen and cabaret. And the artists range from Peggy Lee, Mabel Mercer and Ethel Merman to first-rate contemporary vocalists including Michael Feinstein, Eric Comstock and Sylvia McNair. Historic CDs of piano rolls by Richard Rodgers and rare demos by songwriters Hugh Martin, Sheldon Harnick and Cy Coleman also grace our catalogue, along with many other releases that will surprise and delight you.
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JOHN KANDER: HIDDEN TREASURES | Here is the first retrospective of one of Broadway’s most important composers—the man who wrote the music for Cabaret, Chicago, Kiss of the Spider Woman and many other acclaimed shows. This collection—the newest edition in Harbinger Records’ Songwriter Showcase Series—is a must for musical theater fans, and for anyone interested in the tradition of great American songwriting.
CY WALTER CENTENNIAL TRIBUTE | SUBLIMITIES VOLS 1 & 2 | Cy Walter is remembered with two historic CDs and two 24-page booklets celebrating his remarkable career and even more remarkable talents. Cy Walter was one of the preeminent jazz and pop interpreters of the Great American Songbook, and here are two generous CDs brimming with music that hasn’t been heard in over half-a-century. The booklets include essays by fellow pianists and music historians Mark Walter, Michael Feinstein, Peter Mintun, Chilton Ryan, Maggie Perrin, Alex Hassan, Richard Behrens, and Stanley Turkel. To order your copy today, click here.