How Glory Goes

How Glory Goes is the second album from Audra McDonald, released in 2000.wikipedia
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Audra McDonald

How Glory Goes is the second album from Audra McDonald, released in 2000.
Her next album, How Glory Goes (2000), combined both old and new works, and included composers Harold Arlen, Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Kern.

Jeff Blumenkrantz

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In 2000, noted Broadway actress and recording artist Audra McDonald included Blumenkrantz's song "I Won't Mind" on her CD, How Glory Goes.

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"Come Down From the Tree", was a song for Mama Euralie; it is included in several recordings, including its first recording on Bruce Kimmel's Lost in Boston CD, where it was sung by Lillias White - it was also included on Audra McDonald's How Glory Goes.

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The finale song is the title track of Audra McDonald's 2000 album How Glory Goes, and was also included on Brian Stokes Mitchell's 2006 self-titled album.

Nonesuch Records

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Among the champions of Adam Guettel's work is five-time Tony Award-winning singer and actress Audra McDonald, who has showcased his compositions, among the works of a number of other contemporary composers, on her 1998 Nonesuch solo debut album, Way Back to Paradise, and later recordings How Glory Goes (2000), Build a Bridge (2006), and Go Back Home (2013).

Harold Arlen

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Five of the songs were written by Harold Arlen, and two by Adam Guettel, including the title track.

Adam Guettel

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Five of the songs were written by Harold Arlen, and two by Adam Guettel, including the title track.

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