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King and I - I Have Dreamed [Karaoke Cover]

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    Old recording from summer '12. Really like this song...might do a jazz version later once I have time to record some more piano.

    "I Have Dreamed" is a show tune from the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I. In the original Broadway production it was sung by Doretta Morrow and Larry Douglas. It has since become a standard, with many artists recording the song. The tune has been accused of similarities to Alfred Newman's track, "The Hill of the Brilliant Green Jade", from the 1944 film The Keys of the Kingdom starring Gregory Peck,[1] though only 7 notes are the same.

    In the show, the characters of Lun Tha and Tuptim sing of how they have dreamt of their true love blossoming, as they prepare to escape from the King's palace. This is in contrast to the subdued mood of the song We Kiss in a Shadow, when they fear that the King would know about their love.

    Recording and editing was done in ProTools.

    Recorded versions:
    Lea Salonga and Peabo Bryson
    Frank Sinatra
    Matt Munro
    Nancy Lamott
    Lena Horne
    Elaine Paige
    Mart (Marty) Pellow
    Lesley Garret
    Johnny Mathis
    Rita Moreno and Carlos Rivas
    David Burnham
    Ronnie Aldrich
    Thomas Allen
    Julie Andrews (1994) - Broadway: The Music of Richard Rodgers
    June Angela and Martin Vidnovic for the 1977 Broadway revival recording of The King and I
    Jane Ira Bloom
    Boston Pops Orchestra
    Peabo Bryson with Lea Salonga (1992) for the 1992 Hollywood Bowl studio cast recording of The King and I
    Chad & Jeremy (Billboard Hot 100 hit in 1965 (see 1965 in music)
    Donna Cruz
    Bill Cunliffe
    Bobby Darin
    Sammy Davis Jr.
    Doris Day
    Trudy Desmond
    Connie Evingson
    Sergio Franchi covered this song on his 1964 RCA Victor album The Exciting Voice of Sergio Franchi[2]
    Connie Francis
    David Friesen
    Wilbur Harden
    Fred Hersch
    Lena Horne
    Betty Johnson
    Dick Johnson
    Tom Jones
    Andre Kostelanetz
    Nancy Lamott
    Julius LaRosa
    The Lettermen
    Keith Lockhart
    London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Mantovani
    Johnny Mathis
    Howard McGillin
    Dave McKenna
    Helen Merrill
    Glenn Miller Orchestra
    Matt Monro
    Doretta Morrow with Larry Douglas for the original Broadway cast recording
    Patrice Munsel
    Kelli O'Hara
    Greg Phillinganes
    Herb Pomeroy
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    "Little" Jimmy Scott
    Jeanette Scovotti
    Doc Severinsen
    Marc Shaiman - arranged for the film The American President
    Cybill Shepherd
    David Silverman
    Kaz Simmons - Take Me Home, 2005
    Frank Sinatra
    Barbra Streisand- recorded in 1985 as part of a King and I medley that incorporates elements of "We Kiss In a Shadow" and concludes with "Something Wonderful."
    Bryn Terfel (1996) - Something Wonderful: Bryn Terfel sings Rodgers and Hammerstein
    Scott Walker
    Gerald Wiggins
    Andy Williams
    Doretta Morrow, Larry Douglas
    Leona Gordon, Reuben Fuentes
    Nancy Lamott,
    John Pizzarrelli
    Lettermen
    Lee Venora,
    Daniel Ferro, Jeannette Scovotti,
    Catherine Blake, David Karauch, Lisa Vroman, Lucia Kazaria, Norma Winston
    Marlene Dietrich
    Thomas Allen, Valerie Masterson

    Channel BenG PianoVocals

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