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The three, having already recorded together as "Shelly Manne and His Friends", had some experience performing as a trio. Previn and Manne were exchanging ideas with producer Lester Koenig , who suggested they do some tunes from the current Broadway musical My Fair Lady. They ended up filling the entire album with My Fair Lady tunes. Koenig brought in the complete score , and that evening Manne and Previn, between them, worked out the arrangements and recorded the entire album in one session, with Vinnegar providing the third "very important musical voice in the trio. My Fair Lady itself was redone over the years by other jazz artists, starting very soon after the Manne hit. This album was based on arrangements thoroughly worked out in advance, and some of the tunes were sung by Jack Sheldon and Irene Kral.

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Paley , put up the money for the original Broadway production in exchange for the rights to the cast album through Columbia Records. The song is listed as being the third musical number in the play; in the film it is the fourth. Onstage, the song is split into two parts sung in two different scenes. The second half of the song is sung by Doolittle just after he discovers that Eliza is now living with Higgins. The instrumental "Busker Sequence", which opens the play immediately after the Overture, is the only musical number from the play omitted in the film version.

However, there are several measures from this piece that can be heard as we see Eliza in the rain, making her way through the cars and carriages in Covent Garden. All of the songs in the film were performed near complete; however, there were some verse omissions, as there sometimes are in film versions of Broadway musicals.

For example, in the song "With a Little Bit of Luck", the verse "He does not have a Tuppence in his pocket", which was sung with a chorus, was omitted, due to space and its length. The original verse in "Show Me" was used instead. The stanzas of "You Did It" that came after Higgins says "she is a Princess" were originally written for the Broadway version, but Harrison hated the lyrics, and refused to perform the song unless and until those lyrics were omitted, which they were in most Broadway versions.

However, Cukor insisted that the omitted lyrics be restored for the film version or he would not direct at all, causing Harrison to oblige.

Hepburn did sing the brief reprise of the song in tears. Warner , been doing for years. George Groves decided to use a wireless microphone , the first such use during filming of a motion picture. Intermission[ edit ] One of the few differences in structure between the stage version and the film is the placement of the intermission. In the stage play, the intermission comes after the embassy ball where Eliza dances with Karpathy.

In the film, the intermission comes before the ball, as Eliza, Higgins, and Pickering are seen departing for the embassy.

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Ascot Gavotte

Paley , put up the money for the original Broadway production in exchange for the rights to the cast album through Columbia Records. The song is listed as being the third musical number in the play; in the film it is the fourth. Onstage, the song is split into two parts sung in two different scenes. The second half of the song is sung by Doolittle just after he discovers that Eliza is now living with Higgins. The instrumental "Busker Sequence", which opens the play immediately after the Overture, is the only musical number from the play omitted in the film version.

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Ascot Gavotte

Seven horses competed. This first race comprised three separate four-mile m heats. Handicap races started at Ascot, the first one being the Oatlands Handicap in From its creation until the only racing that took place at Ascot was the Royal Meeting, a four-day event. Since that date, more fixtures have been introduced to the grounds, notably National Hunt racing in The National Hunt course was established using turf from Hurst Park Racecourse , which closed in Upon re-opening the new grandstand attracted criticism for failing to provide sufficiently raised viewing for patrons to watch the racing, and devoting too much space to restaurants, bars and corporate hospitality facilities.

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