作曲 Stephen Schwartz , 指揮 Stephen Oremus , Vocals Joel Grey , Vocals Kristin Chenoweth , Vocals Sean McCourt , Vocals Cristy Candler , Vocals Jan Neuberger , Vocals Idina Menzel , Vocals Michelle Federer , Vocals Christopher Fitzgerald , Vocals Carole Shelley , Vocals William Youmans , Vocals Norbert Leo Butz , Vocals Manuel Herrera
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レーベル:Decca Broadway
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  1. No One Mourns The Wicked - Glinda And Citizens Of Oz
  2. Dear Old Shiz - Glinda And Students
  3. The Wizard And I - Morrible, Elphaba
  4. What Is This Feeling? - Glinda, Elphaba And Students
  5. Something Bad - Dr. Dillamond And Elphaba
  6. Dancing Through Life - Fiyero, Glinda, Boq, Nessarose, Elphaba And Students
  7. Popular - Glinda
  8. I'm Not That Girl - Elphaba
  9. One Short Day - Glinda, Elphaba And Denizens Of The Emerald City
  10. A Sentimental Man - The Wizard
  11. Defying Gravity - Idina Menzel
  12. Thank Goodness - Glinda, Morrible And Citizens Of Oz
  13. Wonderful - The Wizard, Elphaba
  14. I'm Not That Girl (Reprise) - Glinda
  15. As Long As You're Mine - Elphaba And Fiyero
  16. No Good Deed - Elphaba
  17. March Of The Witch Hunters - Boq And Citizens Of Oz
  18. For Good - Glinda And Elphaba
  19. Finale - All
One of the most common complaints about musicals is that the books are flimsy pretexts from which to hang numbers. Wicked runs into the opposite problem: it has a great plot, but too often the songs just get in the way. Based on Gregory Maguire's novel of the same name, Wicked tells us what happened between Glinda the Good and Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, before Dorothy showed up in Oz. And the show is lucky to boast a pair of ace leading women in the main roles. As Glinda, Kristin Chenoweth delivers a sensational star turn, displaying a crystal-pure voice and sharp comic timing; Idina Menzel lends her powerful pipes to the tricky role of Elphaba. Unfortunately, you wish they had better material to work with. Stephen Schwartz's pop score is often dragged down by overly synthetic orchestrations and sentimental lyrics (think Chicken Soup for the Witch). Still, at its best Wicked is a seductive slice of popular entertainment that could well give a younger audience a lasting taste for musical theater. --Elisabeth Vincentelli