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Common misspellings: Barbara Streisand, Barbra Striesand, Barbara Streison; Also known as Babs

 

Full Name

Date of Birth

Birth Place

Barbara Joan Streisand

April 24, 1942

Brooklyn, NY

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BARBRA STREISAND BIOGRAPHY

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Barbra Joan Streisand (pronounced /ˈstraɪsænd/; born April 24, 1942) is an American singer, actress, film producer and director. She has won two Academy Awards,[1] eight Grammy Awards,[2] five Emmy Awards including one Daytime Emmy,[3] a Special Tony Award, an American Film Institute award,[4] a Peabody Award,[4] and is one of the few entertainers who have won an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Award.

 

She is one of the most commercially and critically successful entertainers in modern entertainment history, with more than 71.5 million albums shipped in the United States and 140 million albums sold worldwide.[5][6] She is the best-selling female artist on the Recording Industry Association of America's (RIAA) Top Selling Artists list, the only female recording artist in the top ten, and the only artist outside of the rock and roll genre.[7] Along with Frank Sinatra, Cher, and Shirley Jones, she shares the distinction of being awarded an acting Oscar and also recording a number-one single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.

 

According to the RIAA, Streisand holds the record for the most top-ten albums of any female recording artist – a total of 32 since 1963.[8] Streisand has the widest span (48 years) between first and latest top-ten albums of any female recording artist. With her 2009 album, Love Is the Answer, she became one of the rare artists to achieve number-one albums in five consecutive decades.[9] According to the RIAA, she has released 51 Gold albums, 30 Platinum albums, and 13 Multi-Platinum albums in the United States.[2]

 

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Background information

Birth name Barbara Joan Streisand

Born April 24, 1942 (1942-04-24) (age 69)

Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

Genres Broadway, traditional pop, adult contemporary

Occupations singer-songwriter, actress, film producer, director

Years active 1957–present

Labels Columbia

Website barbrastreisand.com

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Early life

 

Barbara Joan Streisand (see name change) was born on April 24, 1942, in Brooklyn, New York, to a Jewish family, the daughter of Emmanuel and Diana (née Rosen) Streisand, both of Austrian descent. She is the second of two children fathered by Emmanuel (the elder child is Sheldon), who was a respected high school teacher. Fifteen months after Streisand's birth, Emmanuel died of a cerebral hemorrhage and the family went into near-poverty.[10] Streisand attended Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn and joined the Freshman Chorus and Choral Club.[11][12] Diana Rosen Streisand remarried Louis Kind in 1949[10] and gave Streisand a half-sister, the singer Roslyn Kind[10][13][14] (Kind is 9 years younger than Barbra).[15]

 

Barbra Streisand became a nightclub singer while in her teens. She wanted to be an actress and appeared in summer stock and in a number of Off-Off-Broadway productions, including Driftwood (1959), with then-unknown Joan Rivers. (In her autobiography, Rivers wrote that she played a lesbian with a crush on Streisand's character, but this was later denied by the play's author.) Driftwood ran for only six weeks.[16] When her boyfriend, Barry Dennen, helped her create a club act — first performed at The Lion, a popular gay nightclub in Manhattan's Greenwich Village in 1960 — she achieved success as a singer. While singing at The Lion for several weeks, she changed her name from Barbara to Barbra.[17][18] Afterward she appeared at other New York nightclubs, including the Bon Soir and the Blue Angel. One early appearance outside of New York City was at Enrico Banducci’s hungry i nightclub in San Francisco.[citation needed] In 1961, Streisand appeared at the Town and Country nightclub in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, but her appearance was cut short; the club owner did not appreciate her singing style.[19] Streisand appeared at Baker's Keyboard Lounge in Detroit in 1961.[20]

 

Streisand's first television appearance was on The Tonight Show, then hosted by Jack Paar, in 1961, singing Harold Arlen's "A Sleepin' Bee".[21] Orson Bean, who substituted for Paar that night, had seen the singer perform at a gay bar and booked her for the telecast (Her older brother Sheldon paid NBC for a kinescope film so she could use it in 1961 to promote herself. Decades later the film was preserved through digitizing and is available for viewing on a website).[22] Streisand became a semi-regular on PM East/PM West, a talk/variety series hosted by Mike Wallace, in late 1961. Westinghouse Broadcasting, which aired PM East/PM West in a select few cities (Boston, New York, Baltimore, Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago and San Francisco), has since wiped all the videotapes because of the cost of videotape at the time.[23] Audio segments from some episodes are part of the compilation CD Just for the Record, which went platinum in 1991. The singer said on 60 Minutes in 1991 that 30 years earlier Mike Wallace had been "mean" to her on PM East/PM West.[24] He countered that she had been "self-absorbed." 60 Minutes included the audio of Streisand saying to him in 1961, "I like the fact that you are provoking. But don't provoke me."[25]

 

In 1962, after several appearances on PM East/PM West, Streisand first appeared on Broadway, in the small but star-making role of Miss Marmelstein in the musical I Can Get It for You Wholesale. Her first album, The Barbra Streisand Album, won two Grammy Awards in 1963. Following her success in I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Streisand made several appearances on The Tonight Show in 1962 and 1963. Topics covered in her interviews with host Johnny Carson included the empire-waisted dresses that she bought wholesale, to her "crazy" reputation at Erasmus Hall High School.[26] As is the case with Mike Wallace, only audio survives from small portions of her telecast conversations with Carson. It was at about this time that Streisand entered into a long and successful professional relationship with Lee Solters and Sheldon Roskin as her publicists with the firm Solters/Roskin (later Solters/Roskin/Friedman).

 

Streisand returned to Broadway in 1964 with an acclaimed performance as entertainer Fanny Brice in Funny Girl at the Winter Garden Theatre. The show introduced two of her signature songs, "People" and "Don't Rain on My Parade." Because of the play's overnight success, she appeared on the cover of Time. In 1966, she repeated her success with Funny Girl in London's West End at the Prince of Wales Theatre. From 1965 to 1967 she appeared in her first four solo television specials.

 

Career

 

Singing

 

Streisand has recorded 35 studio albums, almost all with Columbia Records. Her early works in the 1960s (her debut The Barbra Streisand Album, The Second Barbra Streisand Album, The Third Album, My Name Is Barbra, etc.) are considered classic renditions of theater and cabaret standards, including her pensive version of the normally uptempo "Happy Days Are Here Again". She performed this in a duet with Judy Garland on The Judy Garland Show. Garland referred to her on the air as one of the last great belters. They also sang "There's No Business Like Show Business" with Ethel Merman joining them.

 

Beginning with My Name Is Barbra, her early albums were often medley-filled keepsakes of her television specials. Starting in 1969, she began attempting more contemporary material, but like many talented singers of the day, she found herself out of her element with rock. Her vocal talents prevailed, and she gained newfound success with the pop and ballad-oriented Richard Perry-produced album Stoney End in 1971. The title track, written by Laura Nyro, was a major hit for Streisand.

 

During the 1970s, she was also highly prominent on the pop charts, with Top 10 recordings such as "The Way We Were" (US No. 1), "Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)" (US No. 1), "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" (1979, with Donna Summer), which as of 2010 is reportedly still the most commercially successful duet, (US No. 1), "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (with Neil Diamond) (US No. 1) and "The Main Event" (US No. 3), some of which came from soundtrack recordings of her films. As the 1970s ended, Streisand was named the most successful female singer in the U.S. — only Elvis Presley and The Beatles had sold more albums.[27] In 1980, she released her best-selling effort to date, the Barry Gibb-produced Guilty. The album contained the hits "Woman in Love" (which spent several weeks atop the pop charts in the Fall of 1980), "Guilty", and "What Kind of Fool".

 

After years of largely ignoring Broadway and traditional pop music in favor of more contemporary material, Streisand returned to her musical-theater roots with 1985's The Broadway Album, which was unexpectedly successful, holding the coveted No. 1 Billboard position for three straight weeks, and being certified quadruple platinum. The album featured tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, and Stephen Sondheim, who was persuaded to rework some of his songs especially for this recording. The Broadway Album was met with acclaim, including a Grammy nomination for album of the year and, ultimately, handed Streisand her eighth Grammy as Best Female Vocalist. After releasing the live album One Voice in 1986, Streisand was set to take another musical journey along the Great White Way in 1988. She recorded several cuts for the album under the direction of Rupert Holmes, including "On My Own" (from Les Misérables), a medley of "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" and "Heather on the Hill" (from Finian's Rainbow and Brigadoon, respectively), "All I Ask of You" (from The Phantom of the Opera), "Warm All Over" (from The Most Happy Fella) and an unusual solo version of "Make Our Garden Grow" (from Candide). Streisand was not happy with the direction of the project and it was ultimately scrapped. Only "Warm All Over" and a reworked, lite FM-friendly version of "All I Ask of You" were ever released, the latter appearing on Streisand's 1988 effort, Till I Loved You. At the beginning of the 1990s, Streisand started focusing on her film directorial efforts and became almost inactive in the recording studio. In 1991, a four-disc box set, Just for the Record, was released. A compilation spanning Streisand's entire career to date, it featured over 70 tracks of live performances, greatest hits, rarities and previously unreleased material.

 

The following year, Streisand's concert fundraising events helped propel former President Bill Clinton into the spotlight and into office.[28] Streisand later introduced Clinton at his inauguration in 1993. Streisand's music career, however, was largely on hold. A 1992 appearance at an APLA benefit as well as the aforementioned inaugural performance hinted that Streisand was becoming more receptive to the idea of live performances. A tour was suggested, though Streisand would not immediately commit to it, citing her well-known stage fright as well as security concerns. During this time, Streisand finally returned to the recording studio and released Back to Broadway in June 1993. The album was not as universally lauded as its predecessor, but it did debut at No. 1 on the pop charts (a rare feat for an artist of Streisand's age, especially given that it relegated Janet Jackson's Janet to the No. 2 spot). One of the album's highlights was a medley of "I Have A Love" / "One Hand, One Heart", a duet with Johnny Mathis, who Streisand said is one of her favorite singers (this is stated in the CD's liner notes).[citation needed]

 

In 1993, New York Times music critic Stephen Holden wrote that Streisand "enjoys a cultural status that only one other American entertainer, Frank Sinatra, has achieved in the last half century."[29] In September 1993, Streisand announced her first public concert appearances in 27 years. What began as a two-night New Year's event at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas eventually led to a multi-city tour in the summer of 1994. Tickets to the tour were sold out in under one hour. Streisand also appeared on the covers of major magazines in anticipation of what Time magazine named "The Music Event of the Century." The tour was one of the biggest all-media merchandise parlays in history. Ticket prices ranged from US$50 to US$1,500 – making Streisand the highest-paid concert performer in history. Barbra Streisand: The Concert went on to be the top-grossing concert of the year and earned five Emmy Awards and the Peabody Award, while the taped broadcast on HBO is, to date, the highest-rated concert special in HBO's 30-year history. Following the tour's conclusion, Streisand once again kept a low profile musically, instead focusing her efforts on acting and directing duties as well as a burgeoning romance with actor James Brolin.

 

In 1997, she finally returned to the recording studio, releasing Higher Ground, a collection of songs of a loosely-inspirational nature which also featured a duet with Céline Dion. The album received generally favorable reviews and, remarkably, once again debuted at No. 1 on the pop charts. Following her marriage to Brolin in 1998, Streisand recorded an album of love songs entitled A Love Like Ours the following year. Reviews were mixed, with many critics carping about the somewhat syrupy sentiments and overly-lush arrangements; however, it did produce a modest hit for Streisand in the country-tinged "If You Ever Leave Me", a duet with Vince Gill.

 

On New Year's Eve 1999, Streisand returned to the concert stage, with the highest-grossing single concert in Las Vegas history to date.[citation needed] At the end of the millennium, she was the number-one female singer in the U.S., with at least two No. 1 albums in each decade since she began performing. A two-disc live album of the concert entitled Timeless: Live in Concert was released in 2000. Streisand performed versions of the Timeless concert in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, in early 2000. In advance of four concerts (two each in Los Angeles and New York) in September 2000, Streisand announced she was retiring from paying public concerts. Her performance of the song "People" was broadcast on the Internet via America Online.

 

Streisand's most-recent albums have been Christmas Memories (2001), a somewhat somber collection of holiday songs (which felt entirely —albeit unintentionally— appropriate in the early post-9/11 days), and The Movie Album (2003), featuring famous film themes and backed by a large symphony orchestra. Guilty Pleasures (called Guilty Too in the UK), a collaboration with Barry Gibb and a sequel to their Guilty, was released worldwide in 2005.

 

In February 2006, Streisand recorded the song "Smile" alongside Tony Bennett at Streisand's Malibu home. The song is included on Tony Bennett's 80th birthday album, Duets. In September 2006, the pair filmed a live performance of the song for a special directed by Rob Marshall entitled Tony Bennett: An American Classic. The special aired on NBC November 21, 2006, and was released on DVD the same day. Streisand's duet with Bennett opened the special. In 2006, Streisand announced her intent to tour again, in an effort to raise money and awareness for multiple issues. After four days of rehearsal at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, New Jersey, the tour began on October 4 at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, continued with a featured stop in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, (this was the concert Streisand chose to film for a TV special), and concluded at Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 20, 2006. Special guests Il Divo were interwoven throughout the show. On stage closing night, Streisand hinted that six more concerts may follow on foreign soil. The show was known as Streisand: The Tour.

 

Streisand's 20-concert tour set box-office records. At the age of 64, well past the prime of most performers, she grossed $92,457,062 and set house gross records in 14 of the 16 arenas played on the tour. She set the third-place record for her October 9, 2006, show at Madison Square Garden, the first- and second-place records of which are held by her two shows in September 2000. She set the second-place record at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, with her December 31, 1999, show being the house record and the highest-grossing concert of all time. This led many people to openly criticize Streisand for price gouging, as many tickets sold for upwards of $1,000.[citation needed]

 

A collection of performances culled from different stops on this tour, Live in Concert 2006, debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, making it Streisand's 29th Top 10 album.[30] In the summer of 2007, Streisand gave concerts for the first time in continental Europe. The first concert took place in Zürich (June 18), then Vienna (June 22), Paris (June 26), Berlin (June 30), Stockholm (July 4, canceled), Manchester (July 10) and Celbridge, near Dublin (July 14), followed by three concerts in London (July 18, 22 and 25), the only European city where Streisand had performed before 2007. Tickets for the London dates cost between £100.00 and £1,500.00 and for the Ireland date between €118 and €500. The tour included a 58-piece orchestra.

 

In February 2008, Forbes listed Streisand as the No. 2 earning female musician, between June 2006 and June 2007, with earnings of about $60 million.[31] Although Streisand's range has changed with time and her voice has deepened over the years, her vocal prowess has remained remarkably secure for a singer whose career has endured for nearly half a century. Streisand is a contralto or possibly a mezzo-soprano who has a range consisting of well over two octaves from "low E to a high G and probably a bit more that [sic?] in either direction."[32] On November 17, 2008, Streisand returned to the studio to begin recording what would be her sixty-third album[33] and it was announced that Diana Krall was producing the album.[34] Streisand is one of the recipients of the 2008 Kennedy Center Honors.[35] On December 7, 2008, she visited the White House as part of the ceremonies.[33]

 

On April 25, 2009, CBS aired Streisand's latest TV special, Streisand: Live in Concert, highlighting the aforementioned featured stop from her 2006 North American tour, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. On September 26, 2009, Streisand performed a one-night-only show at the Village Vanguard in New York City's Greenwich Village.[36] This performance was later released on DVD as One Night Only Barbra Streisand and Quartet at The Village Vanguard. On September 29, 2009, Streisand and Columbia Records released her newest studio album, Love is the Answer, produced by Diana Krall.[37] On October 2, 2009, Streisand made her British television performance debut with an interview on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross to promote the album. This album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and registered her biggest weekly sales since 1997, making Streisand the only artist in history to achieve No. 1 albums in five different decades.

 

On February 1, 2010, Streisand joined over 80 other artists in recording a new version of the 1985 charity single "We Are the World". Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie planned to release the new version to mark the 25th anniversary of its original recording. These plans changed, however, in view of the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, and on February 12, the song, now called "We Are the World 25 for Haiti", made its debut as a charity single to support relief aid for the beleaguered island nation.

 

Streisand was honored as MusiCares Person of the Year on February 11, 2011, two days prior to the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.

 

Streisand is one of many singers who use teleprompters during their live performances. Streisand has defended her choice in using teleprompters to display lyrics and, sometimes, banter.[38]

 

Acting

 

Her first film was a reprise of her Broadway hit, Funny Girl (1968), an artistic and commercial success directed by Hollywood veteran William Wyler. Streisand won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actress for the role, sharing it with Katharine Hepburn (The Lion in Winter), the only time there has been a tie in this Oscar category. Her next two movies were also based on musicals, Jerry Herman's Hello, Dolly!, directed by Gene Kelly (1969), and Alan Jay Lerner's and Burton Lane's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, directed by Vincente Minnelli (1970), while her fourth film was based on the Broadway play The Owl and the Pussycat (1970).

 

During the 1970s, Streisand starred in several screwball comedies, including What's Up, Doc? (1972) and The Main Event (1979), both co-starring Ryan O'Neal, and For Pete's Sake (1974) with Michael Sarrazin. One of her most famous roles during this period was in the drama The Way We Were (1973) with Robert Redford, for which she received an Academy Award nomination as Best Actress. She earned her second Academy Award for Best Original Song as composer (together with lyricist Paul Williams) for the song "Evergreen", from A Star Is Born in 1976.

 

Along with Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier and later Steve McQueen, Streisand formed First Artists Production Company in 1969, so the actors could secure properties and develop movie projects for themselves. Streisand's initial outing with First Artists was Up the Sandbox (1972).

 

From a period beginning in 1969 and ending in 1980, Streisand appeared in the annual motion picture exhibitors poll of Top 10 Box Office attractions a total of 10 times, often as the only woman on the list. After the commercially disappointing All Night Long in 1981, Streisand's film output decreased considerably. She has acted in only six films since.

 

Streisand produced a number of her own films, setting up Barwood Films in 1972. For Yentl (1983), she was producer, director, and star, an experience she repeated for The Prince of Tides (1991) and The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996). There was controversy when Yentl received five Academy Award nominations, but none for the major categories of Best Picture, Actress, or Director.[39] The Prince of Tides received even more Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, but the director was not nominated. Streisand also scripted Yentl, something she is not always given credit for. According to New York Times Editorial Page Editor Andrew Rosenthal in an interview (story begins at minute 16) with Allan Wolper, "the one thing that makes Barbra Streisand crazy is when nobody gives her the credit for having written Yentl."

 

In 2004, Streisand made a return to film acting, after an eight-year hiatus, in the comedy Meet the Fockers (a sequel to Meet the Parents), playing opposite Dustin Hoffman, Ben Stiller, Blythe Danner and Robert De Niro.

 

In 2005, Streisand's Barwood Films, Gary Smith, and Sonny Murray purchased the rights to Simon Mawer's book Mendel's Dwarf.[40] In December 2008, she stated that she was considering directing an adaptation of Larry Kramer's play The Normal Heart, a project she has worked on since the mid-1990s[41] In 2009, Andrew Lloyd Webber stated that Streisand was one of several actresses (alongside Meryl Streep and Glenn Close) who were interested in playing the role of Norma Desmond in the film adaptation of Webber's musical version of Sunset Boulevard.[42]

 

In December 2010, Streisand appeared in Little Fockers, the third film from the Meet the Parents trilogy. She reprised the role of Roz Focker alongside Dustin Hoffman.

 

On January 4, 2011, the New York Post reported that Streisand was in negotiations to produce, direct, and star in a new film version of Gypsy. In an interview with the New York Post, Arthur Laurents said: "We've talked about it a lot, and she knows what she's doing. She has my approval." He said that he would not write the screenplay.[43][44] The following day, the New York Times reported that Arthur Laurents clarified in a telephonic interview that Streisand would not direct the film "but playing Rose is enough to make her happy."[44][45] Streisand's spokesperson confirmed that "there have been conversations".[46]

 

On January 28, 2011, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Paramount Pictures has given the road-trip comedy My Mother's Curse the green light to begin shooting, with Streisand and Seth Rogen playing mother and son. Anne Fletcher is slated to direct the project with a script by Dan Fogelman. Lorne Michaels and John Goldwyn will produce it with Evan Goldberg. Executive producers include Streisand, Rogen, Fogelman, and David Ellison, whose Skydance will co-finance the pic.[47] Shooting began in spring of 2011 and wrapped in July. In August the Internet Movie Database began listing the film with the new title Guilt Trip. The film is set for a November 2012 release (originally it was slated to release in March 2012).

 

Personal life

 

Marriages and family

 

Streisand has been married twice. Her first husband was actor Elliott Gould, to whom she was married from 1963 until 1971. They had one child, Jason Gould, who would go on to star as her on-screen son in The Prince of Tides. Her second husband is actor James Brolin, whom she married on July 1, 1998. While they have no children together, Brolin has two children from his first marriage, including Academy Award-nominated actor Josh Brolin, and one child from his second marriage. Both of her husbands starred in the 1970s conspiracy sci-fi thriller Capricorn One.

 

Jon Peters' daughters, Caleigh Peters and Skye Peters are her goddaughters.[citation needed]

 

Name

 

Streisand changed her name from Barbara to Barbra because, she said, "I hated the name, but I refused to change it."[48] Streisand further explained, "Well, I was 18 and I wanted to be unique, but I didn't want to change my name because that was too false. You know, people were saying you could be Joanie Sands, or something like that. [My middle name is Joan.] And I said, 'No, let's see, if I take out the 'a,' it's still 'Barbara,' but it's unique."[49] A 1967 biography with a concert program said, "the spelling of her first name is an instance of partial rebellion: she was advised to change her last name and retaliated by dropping an “a” from the first instead."[50]

 

Politics

 

Streisand has long been an active supporter of the Democratic Party and many of their causes. Streisand said, "The Democrats have always been the party of working people and minorities. I've always identified with the minorities."[51]

 

In 1971, Streisand was one of the celebrities listed on President Richard Nixon's infamous Enemies List.

 

Streisand is a supporter of gay rights. She donated money to defeat the passage of Proposition 8, in California. "The Streisand Foundation" has also contributed to gay rights causes, such as the "Human Rights Watch".[52]

 

Philanthropy

 

Streisand has personally raised $25 million[53] for organizations through her live performances. The Streisand Foundation,[54] established in 1986, has contributed over $16 million through nearly 1,000 grants to "national organizations working on preservation of the environment, voter education, the protection of civil liberties and civil rights, women’s issues[55] and nuclear disarmament."[56]

 

In 2006, Streisand donated $1 million to the William J. Clinton Foundation in support of former President Bill Clinton’s climate change initiative.[57]

 

In 2008, Streisand gifted $5 million to endow the Barbra Streisand Women's Cardiovascular Research and Education Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's Women's Heart Center.[58] In September that year, Parade magazine included Streisand on their Giving Back Fund's second annual Giving Back 30 survey, "a ranking of the celebrities who have made the largest donations to charity in 2007 according to public records",[59] as the third most generous celebrity. The Giving Back Fund claimed Streisand donated $11 million, which The Streisand Foundation distributed.

 

At Julien’s Auctions in October 2009, Streisand, a long-time collector of art and furniture, sold 526 items with all the proceeds going to her foundation. Items included a costume from Funny Lady and a vintage dental cabinet purchased by the performer at 18 years old. The sale’s most valuable lot was a painting by Kees van Dongen.[60] In December 2011 she agreed to sing at a fundraising gala for Israel Defence Forces charities.[61]

 

References in popular culture

 

In television

 

The most memorable parody of Streisand's iconic status has been on the sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live in the recurring skit Coffee Talk where character Linda Richman, played by Mike Myers, hosts a talk show dedicated to, among other things, the adoration of Streisand. Streisand, in turn, made an unannounced guest appearance on the show, surprising Myers and guests, Madonna and Roseanne Barr. Mike Myers also appeared as the Linda Richman character on stage with Streisand at her 1994 MGM Grand concert, as well as a few of the 1994 Streisand tour shows.[62]

 

Streisand is mentioned in the sitcom Will & Grace, particularly by the character Jack McFarland. Songs made famous by Streisand, such as "Papa, Can You Hear Me?" from Yentl and "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" from The Broadway Album are reproduced by characters in the show.

 

At least four episodes of the animated sitcom The Simpsons refer to Streisand. Outside Springfield Elementary School, announcing Lisa's jazz concert and noting tickets have been sold out, is an advertisement for a Streisand concert in the same venue for the following day, with tickets still on sale. In "Fear of Flying", after Marge undergoes therapy, she informs the therapist that whenever she hears the wind blow, she'll hear it saying "Lowenstein", Streisand's therapist character in The Prince of Tides, even though Marge's therapist is named Zweig. Another reference comes in "Sleeping with the Enemy" when Bart exclaims after seeing Lisa make a snow-angel in a cake on the kitchen table, "At least she's not singing Streisand", in reference to Nelson Muntz singing "Papa Can You Hear Me?" from Yentl earlier in the episode. In "Simple Simpson", a patriotic country singer says that Streisand is unpatriotic and could be pleased by spitting on the flag and strangling a bald eagle.

 

Another enduring satirical reference is in the animated series South Park, most notably in the episode "Mecha-Streisand", where Streisand is portrayed as a self-important, evil, gigantic robotic dinosaur with a terrible singing voice about to conquer the universe before being defeated by Robert Smith of The Cure. On another occasion, the Halloween episode "Spookyfish" is promoted for a week as being done in "Spooky-Vision", which involves Streisand's face seen at times during the episode in the four corners of the screen. At the end of the feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, her name is used as a powerful curse word, a gag repeated in the episode "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants". The Mecha-Streisand character made a return in the Season 14 episodes "200" and "201", as one of several celebrities the show had lampooned over the years.

 

In the Family Guy episode "Mind Over Murder", Lois sings a cabaret act with "Don't Rain on My Parade" — originally sung by Streisand in Funny Girl — only slowed down and jazzier, as an act of defiance to Peter. In "Stewie Kills Lois", Peter receives life insurance after Lois' apparent death, and claims that he has more money than Streisand. This was followed by a cut scene showing Streisand blowing money out of her nose. In "Wasted Talent", Streisand and husband James Brolin are shown sitting together at the dinner table, with Streisand remarking "I'm glad I married a regular person and not a celebrity".

 

Streisand is referenced frequently on the Fox TV musical series Glee. The character Rachel (Lea Michele) mentions that Streisand refused to alter her nose in order to become famous in the show's third episode "Acafellas". Also, in the mid-season finale of Glee, Rachel sings the Streisand anthem "Don't Rain on My Parade". In the episode "Hell-O", she says that she will be heartbroken for life, "Like Barbra in The Way We Were." In the same episode, Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) criticizes Rachel's performance of "Don't Rain on My Parade" by saying that she "lacked Barbra's emotional depth." In the episode "Theatricality", Rachel is spying on the opposing team's dance rehearsal when the director, Shelby Corcoran (Idina Menzel), expresses dissatisfaction at the team's routine. She demonstrates how it's done with the title song from Funny Girl, and Rachel, sitting in the audience, whispers to her friend, "Exactly what I would have done — Barbra. I could do it in my sleep." In the episode "Grilled Cheesus" Rachel sings Barbra's infamous song from the movie Yentl, Papa, Can You Hear Me?,to help support Kurt's dad Burt after undergoing a heart attack. Rachel sang it in a park with Finn sitting at her side/in Burt Hummel's hospital room. She told Finn that she "wanted nothing to come between her and God, and Yentl sang it outside in the movie." [63] On the episode Born This Way Barbara is mentioned when Rachel is debating whether or not to get a nose job, Kurt Hummel and the rest of the glee club set up a "Barbra-vention" of a flashmob to the popular hit "Barbra Streisand" by Duck Sauce. The characters of Kurt and Rachel also sang the Get Happy/Happy Days are Here Again duet originally heard during Streisand's 1963 appearance with Judy Garland on Garland's weekly TV series. In the season three episode 'I Am Unicorn' Kurt sings Barbra Streisand's 'I'm the greatest Star' from the musical 'Funny Girl', stating "[He] has permission from the woman herself". When Glee won the prize for "Best TV Series-Comedy Or Musical" at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards, creator Ryan Murphy quipped on stage, "Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press and Miss Barbra Streisand".

 

In the sitcom The Nanny, Streisand is viewed as a divine figure by Fran Fine throughout the show. When asked by her boss who she would save if her mother and Streisand were drowning, Fran replies "I'd save ma, Barbra can walk on water". Another example is in "The Passed-Over Story", when Fran hears that Barbra Streisand and James Brolin will be arriving at the airport, Fran runs towards the door yelling "It's the miracle of Passover, the messiah is coming".

 

On film

 

In movies, Streisand is remembered as the favorite of the character Howard Brackett, played by Kevin Kline, who finally admits to being gay while standing at the altar in the 1997 romantic comedy In & Out. His unfortunate bride-to-be, played by Joan Cusack, cries out in frustration to family and friends present, "Does anybody here KNOW how many times I've had to sit through Funny Lady?" In an earlier scene, Howard is taunted by a friend during an argument at a bar with a jeering, "The studio thought that Barbra was too ol-l-ld to play Yentl." The film also mentions the album Color Me Barbra. Barbra's signature tune, "People", is played by a school orchestra in honor of teacher Howard as the story wraps at the end of the credits. This and similar references refer to her popularity among gay men.

 

In the 1996 comedy "The Associate", Whoopi Goldberg plays a business woman, Laurel Ayers, who creates a business associate, Robert S. Cutty, who is said to have known and dated Streisand. In addition to having an autographed picture of Streisand in her office, Ayers also has a cross-dressing friend who dresses up to resemble Streisand throughout the film.

 

The characters Carla and Connie, as aspiring song-and-dance acts in the 2004 comedy Connie and Carla, include four Streisand references. They sing "Papa, Can You Hear Me?" and "Memory" at an airport lounge and "Don't Rain on My Parade" onstage in a gay bar, and talk about the plot of Yentl at the climax of the film after they ask how many in their audience have seen the movie (everyone raised their hands).

 

In music

 

Sound clips of Streisand's heated exchange with a supporter of former U.S. president George W. Bush were sampled in the 2009 Lucian Piane dance song "Bale Out", making it sound as if she were arguing with actor Christian Bale (whose recorded outbursts during the filming of Terminator Salvation were the centerpiece of the song).[64]

 

"Barbra Streisand" is a disco house song by American-Canadian DJ duo Duck Sauce. It was released on September 10, 2010. The song peaked at number one in Poland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, Switzerland and Austria. It became a top ten hit in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy and the UK.

 

On stage

 

Daniel Stern's 2003 Off-Broadway play Barbra's Wedding was set against the backdrop of Streisand's 1998 wedding to James Brolin.

 

"Streisand effect"

 

In 2003, Streisand sued aerial photographer Kenneth Adelman for displaying a photograph of her Malibu, California, home, along with other photos of the California coastline. Her suit was dismissed under the anti-SLAPP provisions of California law.[65][66][67] Mike Masnick of Techdirt coined the term "Streisand effect" in January 2005 to describe the publicity generated by Streisand's efforts to suppress the publication of the photograph.

 

Awards

 

In 1984, Streisand was awarded the Women in Film Crystal Award for outstanding women who, through their endurance and the excellence of their work, have helped to expand the role of women within the entertainment industry.[68] She also received the National Medal of Arts[69] in 2000 and the Kennedy Center Honors in 2008. She was inducted as an officer of France's Legion of Honour in 2007.

 

Music awards

 

Streisand's works have been nominated for over 57 Grammy Awards; she won 15 of these, including two special awards. She has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame three times. In 2011, she is honored as MusiCares Person of the Year by the Grammy Foundation.

 

Year

Award

Category

Work

Result

1963

Grammy Awards

Album of the Year

The Barbra Streisand Album

Won

Best Female Vocal Performance

Won

Record of the Year

"Happy Days Are Here Again"

Nominated

1964

Best Female Vocal Performance

People

Won

Album of the Year

Nominated

Record of the Year

Nominated

1965

Best Female Vocal Performance

My Name Is Barbra

Won

Album of the Year

Nominated

1966

Best Female Vocal Performance

Color Me Barbra

Nominated

Album of the Year

Nominated

1968

Best Contemporary-Pop Vocal Performance

Funny Girl Soundtrack

Nominated

1970

AGVA Georgie Award

Entertainer of the Year

Won

1972

Grammy Awards

Best Pop Female Vocal Performance

"Sweet Inspiration / Where You Lead"

Nominated

AGVA Georgie Award

Singing Star of the Year

Won

1975

People's Choice Awards

Favorite Female Singer of the Year

Won

1976

Grammy Awards

Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance

Classical Barbra

Nominated

1977

Best Pop Female Vocal Performance

"Evergreen" (from A Star Is Born)

Won

Song of the Year

Won

Record of the Year

Nominated

Best Original Score – Motion Picture or Television Special

Nominated

AGVA Georgie Award

Singing Star of the Year

Won

1978

Grammy Awards

Best Pop Female Vocal Performance

"You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (with Neil Diamond)

Nominated

1979

Record of the Year

Nominated

Best Pop Vocal Performance – Duo, Group, or Chorus

Nominated

1980

Guilty (with Barry Gibb)

Won

Album of the Year

Nominated

Record of the Year

"Woman in Love"

Nominated

Best Pop Vocal Female Performance

Nominated

AGVA Georgie Awards

Singing Star of the Year

Won

1985

People's Choice Awards

Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer

Won

1986

Grammy Awards

Best Pop Vocal Female Performance

The Broadway Album

Won

Album of the Year

Nominated

Best Instrumental Arrangement Acompanying Vocal

"Being Alive"

Nominated

1987

Best Pop Vocal Female Performance

One Voice

Nominated

Best Music Video Performance

Nominated

1988

People's Choice Awards

Favorite All-Time Musical Performer

Won

1991

Grammy Awards

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance

"Warm All Over"

Nominated

1992

Grammy Legend Award

Special award

1993

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance

Back to Broadway

Nominated

1994

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Special award

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance

Barbra: The Concert

Nominated

Best Pop Vocal Female Performance

"Ordinary Miracles"

Nominated

1997

Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals

"Tell Him" (with Celine Dion)

Nominated

"I Finally Found Someone" (with Bryan Adams)

Nominated

2000

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Timeless – Live In Concert

Nominated

2002

Christmas Memories

Nominated

2003

The Movie Album

Nominated

2004

Grammy Hall of Fame

Funny Girl (Barbra Streisand and Sydney Chaplin)

Inducted

2006

The Barbra Streisand Album

2007

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Live in Concert 2006

Nominated

2008

Grammy Hall of Fame

"The Way We Were"

Inducted

2011

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Love Is the Answer

Nominated

2012

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

What Matters Most

Nominated

 

Film awards

 

Streisand has won 2 Academy Awards (Oscar) against 5 nominations, 2 for acting, 2 for song writing and 1 for Best Picture,

 

Year

Award

Category

Work

Result

1969

Academy Awards

Best Actress

Funny Girl

Won

Golden Globe Awards

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

Won

1970

Hello, Dolly!

Nominated

Henrietta World Film Favorite

Special award

1971

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

The Owl and the Pussycat

Nominated

Henrietta World Film Favorite

Special award

1974

Academy Awards

Best Actress

The Way We Were

Nominated

Golden Globe Awards

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama)

Nominated

1975

Henrietta World Film Favorite

Special award

1976

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

Funny Lady

Nominated

1977

Academy Awards

Best Original Song

"Evergreen" (from A Star Is Born)

Won

Golden Globe Awards

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

Won

Best Original Song

Won

1978

Henrietta World Film Favorite

Special award

1984

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

Yentl

Nominated

Best Director (Motion Picture)

Won

1988

Best Actress in Motion Picture (Drama)

Nuts

Nominated

1992

Academy Awards

Best Picture

The Prince of Tides

Nominated

Golden Globe Awards

Best Director (Motion Picture)

Nominated

1997

Academy Awards

Best Original Song

"I Finally Found Someone" (from The Mirror Has Two Faces)

Nominated

Golden Globe Awards

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)

The Mirror Has Two Faces

Nominated

Best Original Song

"I Finally Found Someone" (from The Mirror Has Two Faces)

Nominated

2000

Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement

Special award

 

1984 nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award as Worst Male actor for her (male) performance in Yentl.

 

Appearances

 

Broadway performances

 

Year    Title     Notes

1961–1963      I Can Get It for You Wholesale  Nominated—Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical 

1964–1965      Funny Girl                      Nominated—Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical

 

West End performances

 

Year    Title     Notes

1966    Funny Girl      April 13, 1966 – July 16, 1966 at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London

 

Television specials

 

Year

Title

Notes

1965

My Name Is Barbra

Aired April 28, 1965

1966

Color Me Barbra

Aired March 30, 1966

1967

The Belle of 14th Street

Aired October 11, 1967

1968

A Happening in Central Park

Aired June 17, 1967

1973

Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments

Nov 2, 1973

1975

Funny Girl to Funny Lady

 

1976

Barbra: With One More Look at You

 

1983

A Film Is Born: The Making of 'Yentl'

 

1986

Putting it Together: The Making of The Broadway Album

 

1987

One Voice

 

1994

Barbra Streisand: The Concert

Also producer and director

2001

Barbra Streisand: Timeless

Aired on FOX TV February 14, 2001 (1 hour edited version)

2009

Streisand: Live in Concert

Aired on CBS April 25, 2009[70] (Filmed in Florida in 2006)

2009

Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

First Ever UK Performance

 

Tours and live performances

 

Year

Title

Continents

Box-office benefits

Total audience

1966

An Evening with Barbra Streisand (Tour)

North America

$480,000

60,000

1994

Barbra Streisand: The Concert Tour

North America and Europe

$50 million

400,000

2000

Timeless: Live in Concert Tour

North America and Oceania

$70 million

200,000

2006–2007

Streisand: The Tour

North America and Europe

$119.5 million

425,000

 

Discography

 

1963: The Barbra Streisand Album

1963: The Second Barbra Streisand Album

1964: The Third Album

1964: People

1965: My Name Is Barbra

1965: My Name Is Barbra, Two...

1966: Color Me Barbra

1966: Je m'appelle Barbra

1967: Simply Streisand

1967: A Christmas Album

1969: What About Today?

1971: Stoney End

1971: Barbra Joan Streisand

1973: Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments

1974: The Way We Were

1974: ButterFly

1975: Lazy Afternoon

1976: Classical Barbra

1977: Streisand Superman

1978: Songbird

1979: Wet

1980: Guilty

1981: Memories

1984: Emotion

1985: The Broadway Album

1988: Till I Loved You

1993: Back to Broadway

1997: Higher Ground

1999: A Love Like Ours

2001: Christmas Memories

2003: The Movie Album

2005: Guilty Pleasures

2009: Love Is the Answer

2011: What Matters Most

 

 

Filmography

 

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1968

Funny Girl

Fanny Brice

Academy Award for Best Actress Tied with Katharine Hepburn for The Lion in Winter

David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress Tied with Mia Farrow for Rosemary's Baby

Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role also for Hello, Dolly!

1969

Hello, Dolly!

Dolly Levi

Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role also for Funny Girl

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

1970

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

Daisy Gamble / Melinda Tentres

 

The Owl and the Pussycat

Doris Wilgus / Wadsworth / Wellington / Waverly

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

1972

What's Up, Doc?

Judy Maxwell

 

Up the Sandbox

Margaret Reynolds

 

1973

The Way We Were

Katie Morosky

David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress Tied with Tatum O'Neal for Paper Moon

Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress

Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1974

For Pete's Sake

Henrietta 'Henry' Robbins

 

1975

Funny Lady

Fanny Brice

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

1976

A Star Is Born

Esther Hoffman Howard

Academy Award for Best Original Song Shared with Paul Williams (lyrics) for the song "Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)"

Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song Shared with Paul Williams (lyrics) for the song "Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)"

Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Film Music Shared with Paul Williams, Kenny Ascher, Rupert Holmes, Leon Russell, Kenny Loggins, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Donna Weiss

1979

The Main Event

Hillary Kramer

 

1981

All Night Long

Cheryl Gibbons

Nominated—Razzie Award for Worst Actress

1983

Yentl

Yentl / Anshel

also director and producer

Golden Globe Award for Best Director

Nastro d'Argento for Best New Foreign Director

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

Nominated—Razzie Award for Worst Actor

1987

Nuts

Claudia Faith Draper

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1991

The Prince of Tides

Dr. Susan Lowenstein

also director and producer
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Picture
Shared with Andrew S. Karsch
Nominated—Directors Guild of America Award
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Director

1996

The Mirror Has Two Faces

Rose Morgan

also director and producer

Nominated—Academy Award for Best Original Song Shared with Marvin Hamlisch, Robert John Lange and Bryan Adams for the song "I Finally Found Someone"

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song Shared with Marvin Hamlisch, Robert John Lange and Bryan Adams for the song "I Finally Found Someone"

2004

Meet the Fockers

Roz Focker

 

2010

Little Fockers

Roz Focker

Nominated—Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress

2012

My Mother's Curse

Joyce Brewster

 

 

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38.^ "Barbra Streisand | Streisand's Stagefright Prompted By Forgotten Lyrics". Contactmusic. September 25, 2009. http://www.contactmusic.com/news.nsf/story/streisands-stagefright-prompted-by-forgotten-lyrics_1117130. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

39.^ 1983 Academy Awards Winners and History. Filmsite.com.

40.^ By (April 14, 2005). "Variety. "Streisand buys Dwarf". April 14, 2005". Variety.com. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117921148.html?cs=1&query=streisand+dwarf. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

41.^ "AT HOME WITH: Larry Kramer; When a Roaring Lion Learns to Purr. By ALEX WITCHEL. New York Times, Thursday, January 12, 1995". Nytimes.com. January 12, 1995. http://www.nytimes.com/1995/01/12/garden/at-home-with-larry-kramer-when-a-roaring-lion-learns-to-purr.html?sec=&spon=&pagewanted=2. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

42.^ Andrew Lloyd Webber on Eurovision and the Phantom sequel. Times Online. Dec. 29, 2008.[dead link]

43.^ Riedel, Michael. "Babs Comes up Rose" New York Post, January 5, 2011 (updated from January 4, 2011)

44.^ a b Gans, Andrew. Will Barbra Streisand Star and Direct New Film Version of Gypsy?" playbill.com, January 5, 2011 (updated)

45.^ Healy, Patrick. "Streisand in Talks to Play Mama Rose in Film Remake of ‘Gypsy’" New York Times, January 5, 2011

46.^ Healy, Patrick. "Streisand in Talks to Play Mama Rose in Film Remake of 'Gypsy'" The New York Times, January 5, 2011

47.^ Belloni, Matthew. "EXCLUSIVE: Barbra Streisand, Seth Rogen to Star in 'My Mother's Curse' for Paramount"[dead link]

The Hollywood Reporter, January 28, 2011

48.^ "The Mouse That Wails". Rogue. Barbra. November 1963. http://barbra-archives.com/bjs_library/60s/rogue_streisand.html.

Retrieved 2010-08-26.

49.^ "Her name is Barbra". CBS News. September 27, 2010. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/08/08/sunday/main6753884.shtml.

Retrieved 2010-08-26.

50.^ "An Evening With Barbra Streisand". Barbra Archives. July 9, 1967.

http://barbra-archives.com/live/60s/hollywood_bowl_67_streisand.html. Retrieved 2010-08-26.

51.^ "Transcript of Streisand's November 2, 1998 live chat on AOL". Web.archive.org. October 27, 2009.

Archived from the original on 2009-10-27.

http://web.archive.org/web/20091027135459/http://www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/6011/aoltranscript.html. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

52.^ "Barbra Streisand among host of stars to support gay marriage campaign in California". Daily Mail Reporter.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1078505/Barbra-Streisand-host-stars-support-gay-marriage-campaign-California.html.

Retrieved 2008-10-17.

53.^ Grein, Paul. "Interview with Barbra Streisand". Grammy.com. http://www.grammy.com/news/barbra-streisand-the-way-she-is-part-one.

Retrieved 2011-08-17.

54.^ "Barbra News.com 2006 Interview with Marge Tabankin". Barbranews.com. October 24, 2006.

http://www.barbranews.com/streisandfoundint.htm.

Retrieved 2011-08-17.

55.^ "Barbra Streisand Endows Program at Cedars-Sinai Women's Heart Center: $5 Million Gift Supports Women's Cardiovascular

Research and Education". Heartworknews.com. http://heartworknews.com/news/Barbra_Streisand_Endows_

Program_at_Cedars_Sinai_Womens_Heart_Center_

5_Million_Gift_Supports_Womens_Cardiovascular_Research_and_. Retrieved 2008-04-22. [dead link]

56.^ Barbra Streisand/Sony Official Site, Streisand Foundation page.[dead link]

57.^ Dugger, Celia W. (September 23, 2006). "Clinton Effort Reaps Pledges of $7.3 Billion in Global Aid by Celia Dugger.

New York Times. September 23, 2006". Nytimes.com. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/23/world/23aid.html?_r=1&oref=slogin.

Retrieved 2011-08-17.

58.^ "Raising awareness about women’s heart health". Discoveringforlife.org.

http://www.discoveringforlife.org/womens-heart-center/your-gift/barbra-streisand. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

59.^ "The Giving Back Fund press release. September 14, 2008".

Givingback.org. http://www.givingback.org/Programs_Services/GivingBack30_2007.html.

Retrieved 2011-08-17.

60.^ Douglas, Sarah. "In the Air: Star Ambitions."Art+Auction, October 2009.

61.^ "Streisand to sing for Israeli army charities". Artsjournal.com. 2011-12-06.

http://www.artsjournal.com/slippeddisc/2011/12/streisand-to-sing-for-israeli-army-charities.html. Retrieved 2012-02-26.

62.^ Gliatto, Tom (April 4, 1994). "Oy! It's the Queen of Farklemt! People Magazine. April 4, 1994". People.com. http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20107779,00.html. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

63.^ "‘Glee' Cast Performs ‘Papa, Can You Hear Me?'". The Wall Street Journal. October 6, 2010.

http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/10/06/glee-cast-performs-papa-can-you-hear-me/.

64.^ Lowe, Andy (February 3, 2009). "Christian Bale flips out on T4 set: Yes, yes. We know you've heard it. But the remixes are even better ...".

Total Film (Future Publishing). http://www.totalfilm.com/news/christian-bale-flips-out-on-t4-set. Retrieved 2010-02-02.

65.^ Streisand v. Adelman, et al., in California Superior Court; Case SC077257

66.^ Kenneth Adelman (May 13, 2007). "Barbra Streisand Sues to Suppress Free Speech Protection for Widely Acclaimed Website".

California Coastal Records Project. http://www.californiacoastline.org/streisand/lawsuit.html. Retrieved 2008-04-08.

67.^ "Streisand’s Lawsuit to Silence Coastal Website Dismissed" (Press release). Mindfully.org. December 3, 2003.

http://www.mindfully.org/Reform/2003/Barbra-Streisand-Coastal3dec03.htm. Retrieved 2008-04-08.

68.^ "Past Recipients". Wif.org. http://wif.org/past-recipients. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

69.^ "Lifetime Honors – National Medal of Arts". Nea.gov. http://www.nea.gov/honors/medals/medalists_year.html#00.

Retrieved 2011-08-17.

70.^ CBS.com Online Schedule . Retrieved 2009-04-16.

 

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BARBRA STREISAND DISCOGRAPHY: ALBUMS, SINGLES, COMPILATIONS, BOXED SETS, ETC.

Year

1962

1962

1963

1963

1964

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

I Can Get It For You Wholesale

Pins And Needles

The Barbra Streisand Album

The Second Barbra Streisand Album

The Third Album

Tracks

1. Overture [1:27]

2. I'm Not A Well Man [2:21]

3. The Way Things Are [1:41]

4. When Gemini Meets Capricorn [2:48]

5. Momma, Momma, Momma [2:57]

6. The Sound Of Money [4:15]

7. Too Soon [3:05]

8. The Family Way [3:08]

9. Who Knows? [3:41]

10. Ballad Of The Garment Trade [3:25]

11. Have I Told You Lately? [3:10]

12. A Gift Today [3:55]

13. Miss Marmelstein [3:22]

14. A Funny Thing Happened [2:38]

15. What's In It For Me? [1:57]

16. Eat A Little Something [2:10]

1. Sing Me A Song With Social Significance [2:52]

2. Doing The Reactionary [2:01]

3. One Big Union For Two [2:57]

4. It's Better With A Union Man [3:03]

5. Nobody Makes A Pass At Me [4:17]

6. I've Got The Nerve To Be In Love [4:46]

7. Not Cricket To Picket [2:29]

8. Back To Work [2:13]

9. Status Quo [4:27]

10. When I Grow Up (The G-Man Song) [2:49]

11. Chain Store Daisy [3:50]

12. Four Little Angels Of Peace [4:36]

13. Sunday In The Park [3:31]

14. What Good Is Love [3:38]

15. Mene, Mene, Tekel [3:51]

1. Cry Me A River [3:37]

2. My Honey's Loving Arms [2:14]

3. I'll Tell The Man In The Street [3:09]

4. A Taste Of Honey [2:51]

5. Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf [2:34]

6. Soon It's Gonna Rain [3:45]

7. Happy Days Are Here Again [3:04]

8. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now [2:11]

9. Much More [3:02]

10. Come To The Supermarket (In Old Peking) [1:56]

11. A Sleepin' Bee [4:21]

1. Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home [2:45]

2. Right As The Rain [3:25]

3. Down With Love [3:42]

4. Who Will Buy? [3:32]

5. When The Sun Comes Out [3:23]

6. Gotta Move [2:01]

7. My Coloring Book [4:11]

8. I Don't Care Much [2:52]

9. Lover, Come Back To Me [2:18]

10. I Stayed Too Long At The Fair [4:21]

11. Like A Straw In The Wind [4:46]

1. My Melancholy Baby [3:02]

2. Just In Time [2:16]

3. Taking A Chance On Love [2:34]

4. Bewitched (Bothered And Bewildered) [2:54]

5. Never Will I Marry [2:27]

6. As Time Goes By [3:46]

7. Draw Me A Circle [2:15]

8. It Had To Be You [3:46]

9. Make Believe [2:41]

10. I Had Myself A True Love [4:23]

 

Year

1964

1964

1965

1965

1966

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Funny Girl [Broadway cast]

People

My Name Is Barbra

My Name Is Barbra, Two...

Color Me Barbra

Tracks

1. Overture

2. If A Girl Isn't Pretty

3. I'm The Greatest Star

4. Cornet Man

5. Who Taught Her Everything

6. His Love Makes Me Beautiful

7. I Want To Be Seen With You Tonight

8. Henry Street

9. People

10. You Are Woman

11. Don't Rain On My Parade

12. Sadie, Sadie

13. Find Yourself A Man

14. Rat-tat-tat-tat

15. Who Are You Now?

16. The Music That Makes Me Dance

17. Don't Rain On My Parade (Reprise)

1. Absent Minded Me [3:07]

2. When In Rome (I Do As The Romans Do) [2:57]

3. Fine And Dandy [2:49]

4. Supper Time [2:47]

5. Will He Like Me? [2:34]

6. How Does The Wine Taste? [2:36]

7. I'm All Smiles [2:09]

8. Autumn [1:57]

9. My Lord And Master [2:59]

10. Love Is A Bore [2:08]

11. Don't Like Goodbyes [3:14]

12. People [3:40]

1. My Name Is Barbara [0:53]

a. A Kid Again [1:27]

b. I'm Five [0:38]

2. Jenny Rebecca [3:03]

3. My Pa [2:30]

4. Sweet Zoo [1:36]

5. Where Is The Wonder [2:18]

6. I Can See It [3:06]

7. Someone To Watch Over Me [2:43]

8. I've Got No Strings [2:49]

9. If You Were The Only Boy In The World [3:28]

10. Why Did I Choose You [3:46]

11. My Man [2:57]

1. He Touched Me [3:10]

2. The Shadow Of Your Smile [2:45]

3. Quiet Night [2:25]

4. I Got Plenty Of Nothin' [3:08]

5. How Much Of The Dream Comes True [3:05]

6. Second Hand Rose [2:09]

7. The Kind Of Man A Woman Needs [3:53]

8. All That I Want [3:48]

9. Where's That Rainbow? [3:39]

10. No More Songs For Me [2:53]

11. Medley: [5:43]

12. Second Hand Rose

13. Give Me The Simple Life

14. I Got Plenty Of Nothin'

15. Brother Can You Spare A Dime?

16. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

17. Second Hand Rose

18. The Best Things In Life Are Free

1. Yesterdays [3:05]

2. One Kiss [2:17]

3. The Minute Waltz [1:59]

4. Gotta Move [2:01]

5. Non C'est Rien [3:27]

6. Where Or When [3:06]

7. Medley: [9:00]

· Animal Crackers In My Soup

· Funny Face

· That Face

· They Didn't Believe Me

· Were Thine That Special Face

· I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

· Let's Face The Music And Dance

· Sam, You Made The Pants Too Long

· What's New Pussycat?

· Small World

· I Love You

· I Stayed Too Long At The Fair

· Look At That Face

8. C'est Si Bon (It's So Good) [3:40]

9. Where Am I Going? [2:50]

10. Starting Here, Starting Now [2:53]

Year

1966

1966

1967

1968

1968

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Harold sings Arlen (with friend)

Je m'appelle Barbra

A Christmas Album

Funny Girl

A Happening In Central Park

Tracks

1. Blues In The Night [4:00]

2. Little Biscuit [3:56]

3. Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead [1:56]

A Sleepin' Bee [3:41]

5. In The Shade Of The New Apple Tree [4:04]

6. Hit The Road To Dreamland [2:36]

7. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive [2:43]

8. My Shining Hour [3:27]

9. Today I Love Everybody [2:09]

10. House Of Flowers [2:49]

11. For Every Man There's A Woman [2:28]

12. That's A Fine Kind O' Freedom [2:40]

1. Free Again [3:43]

2. Autumn Leaves [2:50]

3. What Now My Love [2:41]

4. Ma Première Chanson [2:19]

5. Clopin Clopant [3:10]

6. Le Mur [2:34]

7. I Wish You Love [3:01]

8. Speak To Me Of Love [2:52]

9. Love And Learn [2:29]

10. Once Upon A Summertime [3:37]

11. Martina [2:21]

12. I've Been Here [2:31]

1. Jingle Bells

2. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

3. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)

4. White Christmas

5. My Favorite Things

6. The Best Gift

7. Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night)

8. Gounod's Ave Maria

9. O Little Town Of Bethlehem

10. I Wonder As I Wander

11. The Lord's Prayer

1. Overture [4:00]

2. I'm The Greatest Star [4:06]

3. If A Girl Isn't Pretty [2:26]

4. Roller Skate Rag [2:01]

5. I'd Rather Be Blue Over You (Than Happy With Somebody Else) [2:38]

6. His Love Makes Me Beautiful [5:39]

7. People [5:01]

8. You Are Woman, I Am Man [4:23]

9. Don't Rain On My Parade [2:45]

10. Sadie, Sadie [4:19]

11. The Swan [2:51]

12. Funny Girl [2:43]

13. My Man [2:12]

14. Finale [2:20]

1. I Can See It [2:58]

2. Love Is Like A New Born Child [2:55]

3. Folk Monologue/Value [4:45]

4. Cry Me A River [3:05]

5. People [4:43]

6. He Touched Me [3:07]

7. Marty The Martian [2:40]

8. The Sound of Music

9. Mississippi Mud

10. Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town

11. Natural Sounds [3:08]

12. Second Hand Rose [3:01]

13. Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) [3:34]

14. Happy Days Are Here Again [3:19]

Year

1969

1969

1970

1970

1971

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

What About Today?

Hello, Dolly! [Soundtrack]

Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Soundtrack)

The Owl And The Pussycat

Tracks

1. What About Today? [2:57]

2. Ask Yourself Why [3:03]

3. Honey Pie [2:39]

4. Punky's Dilemma [3:29]

5. Until It's Time For You To Go [2:55]

6. That's A Fine Kind O' Freedom [3:02]

7. Little Tin Soldier [3:53]

8. With A Little Help From My Friends [2:40]

9. Alfie [3:20]

10. The Morning After [2:40]

11. Goodnight [3:44]

1. Just leave everything to me [3:22]

2. It Takes A Woman [3:03]

3. It Takes A Woman (Reprise) [2:13]

4. Put On Your Sunday Clothes [5:27]

5. Ribbons Down My Back [2:26]

6. Dancing [3:26]

7. Before The Parade Passes By [4:50]

8. Elegance [2:55]

9. Love Is Only Love [3:07]

10. Hello, Dolly! [7:50]

11. It Only Takes A Moment [4:07]

12. So Long Dearie [2:36]

13. Finale [4:16]

1. People [3:39]

2. Second Hand Rose [2:08]

3. Why Did I Choose You? [2:49]

4. He Touched Me [3:08]

5. Free Again [3:40]

6. Don't Rain On My Parade [2:44]

7. My Coloring Book [4:09]

8. Sam, You Made The Pants Too Long [2:04]

9. My Man [2:55]

10. Gotta Move [1:58]

11. Happy Days Are Here Again [3:07]

1. Hurry! it's lovely up here [2:58]

2. Main Title - On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) [2:27]

3. Love With All The Trimmings [2:52]

4. Melinda [2:18]

5. Go To Sleep [3:00]

6. He Isn't You [2:14]

7. What Did I Have That I Don't Have? [5:58]

8. Come Back To Me [4:27]

9. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) [2:48]

10. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Reprise) [2:09]

Side One

1. The Confrontation [11:18]

2. The Warmup [9:55]

3. The Seduction [4:01]

 

Side Two

1. The Morning After [11:05]

2. The Reunion [10:22]

Year

1971

1971

1972

1973

1974

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Stoney End

Barbra Joan Streisand

Live Concert At The Forum

Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments

The Way We Were

Tracks

1. I Don't Know Where I Stand

2. Hands Off The Man (Flim Flam Man)

3. If You Could Read My Mind

4. Just A Little Lovin' (Early In The Mornin')

5. Let Me Go

6. Stoney End

7. No Easy Way Down

8. Time And Love

9. Maybe

10. Free The People

11. I'll Be Home

1. Beautiful [2:15]

2. Love [3:04]

3. Where You Lead [2:54]

4. I Never Meant To Hurt You [3:49]

5. One Less Bell To Answer / A House Is Not A Home [6:33]

6. Space Captain [3:18]

7. Since I Fell For You [3:26]

8. Mother [4:36]

9. The Summer Knows [3:43]

10. I Mean To Shine [2:53]

11. You've Got A Friend [4:55]

1. Sing / Make Your Own Kind Of Music [4:20]

2. Starting Here, Starting Now [2:43]

3. Don't Rain On My Parade [2:38]

4. Monologue [3:09]

5. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) [1:53]

6. Sweet Inspiration/Where You Lead [7:45]

7. Didn't We [3:13]

8. My Man [4:14]

9. Stoney End [3:05]

10. Sing/Happy Days Are Here Again [5:27]

11. People [3:25]

1. Piano Practicing [2:27]

2. I Got Rhythm [1:24]

3. Johnny One Note/One Note Samba [3:40]

4. Glad To Be Unhappy [2:43]

5. People [1:51]

6. Second Hand Rose [0:16]

7. Don't Rain On My Parade [3:41]

8. Don't Ever Leave Me [0:41]

9. Monologue (Dialogue) [0:46]

10. By Myself [1:54]

11. Come Back To Me [1:38]

12. I Never Has Seen Snow [5:07]

13. Lied: Auf Dem Wasser Zu Singen [1:32]

14. The World Is A Concerto/Make Your Own Kind Of Music [4:02]

15. The Sweetest Sounds [2:55]

1. The Way We Were [3:53]

2. Red Sails In The Sunset [1:43]

3. Look What I've Got [3:05]

4. Like Pretty [2:21]

5. River Stay Way From My Door [1:55]

6. The Way We Were (Instrumental) [3:03]

7. Katie [2:28]

8. In The Mood [2:41]

9. Did You Know It Was Me? [4:35]

10. Remembering [1:22]

11. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away) [3:02]

12. The Way We Were (Finale) [3:49]

 

Year

1974

1975

1975

1976

1976

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Butterfly

Funny Lady

Lazy Afternoon

Classical Barbra

A Star Is Born

Tracks

 

1. Love In The Afternoon [4:05]

2. Guava Jelly [3:15]

3. Grandma's Hands [3:24]

4. I Won't Last A Day Without You [4:16]

5. Jubilation [3:52]

6. Simple Man [3:01]

7. Life On Mars [3:10]

8. Since I Don't Have You [2:52]

9. Crying Time [2:51]

10. Let The Good Times Roll [4:54]

1. Blind Date (Album Version) [4:57]

2. More Than You Know [2:28]

3. It's Only A Paper Moon/I Like Him [1:05]

4. It's Only A Paper Moon/I Like Her [2:37]

5. I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five & Ten Cent Store) [1:59]

6. So Long Honey Lamb [3:12]

7. I Got A Code In My Doze [1:10]

8. Clap Hands, Here Comes Charley [2:14]

9. (It's Gonna Be A) Great Day [5:38]

10. How Lucky Can You Get [4:48]

11. Am I Blue [3:21]

12. Isn't This Better [3:29]

13. If I Love Again [2:59]

14. Let's Hear It For Me [4:04]

15. Me And My Shadow [3:03]

How Lucky Can You Get (Single Mix) [3:55]

1. Lazy Afternoon

2. My Father's Song

3. By The Way

4. Shake Me, Wake Me

5. I Never Had It So Good

6. Letters That Cross In The Mail

7. You And I

8. Moanin' Low

9. A Child Is Born

10. Widescreen

 

1. Beau Soir [2:37]

2. Brezairola [3:44]

3. Verschwiegene Liebe [2:55]

4. Pavane (Vocalise) [5:29]

5. Après un Rêve [3:22]

6. In Trutina [2:08]

7. Lascia ch'io pianga [3:38]

8. Mondnacht [3:55]

9. Dank sei Dir, Herr [3:42]

10. I Loved You [2:16]

1. Watch Closely Now [3:49]

2. Queen Bee [3:56]

3. Everything [3:51]

4. Lost Inside Of You (Duet With Kris Kristofferson) [2:55]

5. Hellacious Acres [2:59]

6. Love Theme From "A Star Is Born" (Evergreen) [3:05]

7. The Woman In The Moon [4:50]

8. I Believe In Love [3:14]

9. Crippled Crow [3:31]

10. Finale: With One More Look At You/Watch Closely Now [7:43]

11. Reprise: Love Theme From "A Star Is Born" (Evergreen) [1:47]

Year

1977

1978

1978

1979

1979

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Streisand Superman

Songbird

Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits, Volume 2

The Main Event

Wet

Tracks

1. Superman [2:47]

2. Don't Believe What You Read [3:37]

3. Baby Me Baby [4:26]

4. I Found You Love [3:50]

5. Answer Me [3:16]

6. My Heart Belongs To Me [3:21]

7. Cabin Fever [3:14]

8. Love Comes From Unexpected Places [4:10]

9. New York State Of Mind [4:44]

10. Lullaby For Myself [3:17]

1. Tomorrow [2:54]

2. A Man I Loved [3:59]

3. I Don't Break Easily [3:51]

4. Love Breakdown [3:32]

5. You Don't Bring Me Flowers [3:57]

6. Honey Can I Put On Your Clothes [5:33]

7. One More Night [3:08]

8. Stay Away [3:44]

9. Deep In The Night [3:09]

10. Songbird [3:45]

1. Love Theme From "A Star Is Born" (Evergreen) [3:04]

2. Love Theme From "Eyes Of Laura Mars" (Prisoner) [3:57]

3. My Heart Belongs To Me [3:21]

4. Songbird [3:45]

5. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (Duet with Neil Diamond) [3:26]

6. The Way We Were [3:30]

7. Sweet Inspiration/Where You Lead [6:20]

8. All In Love Is Fair [3:52]

9. Superman [2:47]

10. Stoney End [2:58]

1. The Main Event/Fight [11:39]

2. The Body Shop [5:14]

3. The Main Event/Fight (Short Version) [4:55]

4. Copeland Meets The Coasters/Get A Job [0:57]

5. Big Girls Don't Cry [2:27]

6. It's Your Foot Again [3:09]

7. Angry Eyes [2:25]

8. I'd Clean A Fish For You [1:03]

9. The Main Event (Ballad) [4:16]

 

1. Wet [3:56]

2. Come Rain Or Come Shine [4:43]

3. Splish Splash [4:15]

4. On Rainy Afternoons [3:08]

5. After The Rain [3:40]

6. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (Duet with Donna Summer) [8:19]

7. Niagara [3:30]

8. I Ain't Gonna Cry Tonight [5:00]

9. Kiss Me In The Rain [4:16]

Year

1980

1981

1983

1984

1985

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Guilty

Memories

Yentl (Soundtrack)

Emotion

The Broadway Album

Tracks

1. Guilty (Duet With Barry Gibb)

2. Woman In Love

3. Run Wild

4. Promises

5. The Love Inside

6. What Kind Of Fool (Duet With Barry Gibb)

7. Life Story

8. Never Give Up

9. Make It Like A Memory

1. Memory [3:52]

2. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (Duet with Neil Diamond) [3:25]

3. My Heart Belongs To Me [3:22]

4. New York State Of Mind [4:46]

5. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) - (Duet with Donna Summer) [4:44]

6. Comin' In And Out Of Your Life [4:08]

7. Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") [3:06]

8. Lost Inside Of You [3:59]

9. The Love Inside [5:05]

10. The Way We Were [3:30]

11. Footnotes

1. Where Is It Written? [4:52]

2. Papa, Can You Hear Me? [3.29]

3. This Is One Of Those Moments [4:07]

4. No Wonder [2:30]

5. The Way He Makes Me Feel [3:44]

6. No Wonder (Part Two) [3:19]

7. Tomorrow Night [4:43]

8. Will Someone Ever Look At Me That Way? [3:03]

9. No Matter What Happens [4:03]

10. No Wonder (Reprise) [1:05]

11. A Piece Of Sky [4:19]

12. The Way He Makes Me Feel (Studio Version) [4:09]

13. No Matter What Happens (Studio Version) [3:18]

1. Emotion [4:59]

2. Make No Mistake, He's Mine (Duet with Kim Carnes) [4:12]

3. Time Machine [4:54]

4. Best I Could [4:20]

5. Left In The Dark [6:19]

6. Heart Don't Change My Mind [4:54]

7. When I Dream [4:40]

8. You're A Step In The Right Direction [3:54]

9. Clear Sailing [3:56]

10. Here We Are At Last [3:20]

1. Putting It Together [4:21]

2. If I Loved You [2:38]

3. Something's Coming [2:55]

4. Not While I'm Around [3:24]

5. Being Alive [3:24]

6. I Have Dreamed/We Kiss In A Shadow/Something Wonderful [4:51]

7. Adelaide's Lament [3:24]

8. Send In The Clowns [4:43]

9. Pretty Women/The Ladies Who Lunch [5:10]

10. Can't Help Lovin' That Man [3:31]

11. I Loves You Porgy/Porgy I's Your Woman Now (Bess, You Is My Woman) [4:35]

12. Somewhere [4:56]

Year

1987

1987

1988

1989

1989

 

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

One Voice

Nuts

Till I Loved You

A Collection . . . And More 1989

Just for the Record

Tracks

1. Somewhere [5:24]

2. Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") [3:00]

3. Something's Coming [3:04]

4. People [3:42]

5. Send In The Clowns [5:02]

6. Over The Rainbow [4:41]

7. Guilty (Duet with Barry Gibb) [4:32]

8. What Kind Of Fool (Duet with Barry Gibb) [4:41]

9. Papa, Can You Hear Me? [4:50]

10. The Way We Were [4:12]

11. It's A New World [3:20]

12. Happy Days Are Here Again [3:57]

13. America, The Beautiful [4:22]

1. The Apartment [3:45]

2. The Bar [2:00]

3. The Hospital [2:47]

4. The Finale [4:52]

5. The End Credits [3:45]

1. The Places You Find Love [5:09]

2. On My Way To You [3:44]

3. Till I Loved You (Duet with Don Johnson) [5:10]

4. Love Light [4:32]

5. All I Ask Of You [4:02]

6. You And Me For Always [3:49]

7. Why Let It Go? [4:24]

8. Two People [3:40]

9. What Were We Thinking Of [4:28]

10. Some Good Things Never Last [4:20]

11. One More Time Around [3:43]

1. We're Not Makin' Love Anymore Listen Listen

2. Woman In Love Listen Listen

3. All I Ask Of You Listen Listen

4. Comin' In And Out Of Your Life Listen Listen

5. What Kind Of Fool Listen Listen

6. The Main Event/Fight Listen Listen

7. Someone The I Used To Love Listen Listen

8. By The Way Listen Listen

9. Guilty Listen Listen

10. Memory Listen Listen

11. The Way He Makes Me Feel Listen Listen

12. Somewhere Listen Listen

Disc: 1

1. You'll Never Know

2. Jack Paar Show: A Sleepin' Bee

3. P.M. East: Moon River

4. I Can Get It For You Wholesale: Miss Marmelstein

5. Garry Moore Show: Happy Days Are Here Again

6. Bon Soir: Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now

7. Bon Soir: I Hate Music

8. Bon Soir: Nobody's Heart (Belongs to Me)

9. Bon Soir: Value

10. Bon Soir: Cry Me A River

11. Bon Soir: Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?

12. Bon Soir: (I Had Myself A) True Love

13. Bon Soir: Lover, Come Back To Me

14. The Tonight Show: Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most

15. The Barbra Streisand Album: My Honey's Lovin' Arms

16. The Second Barbra Streisand Album: Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home

17. The Ed Sullivan Show: When The Sun Comes Out

18. The Judy Garland Show: Be My Guest

19. The Judy Garland Show: Medley # I: Hooray For Love'/'After You've Gone'/'By Myself'/...

20. The Judy Garland Show: Medley # 2: Get Happy'/'Happy Day Are Here Again

 

Year

1989

1991

1992

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Just for the Record (continued)

The Prince of Tides (Soundtrack)

Highlights from Just the Record

Tracks

Disc: 2

1. Funny Girl: I'm The Greatest Star

2. Funny Girl: My Man And Auld Lang Syne

3. People

4. Family Recording/My Name Is Barbra: 'Second Hand Rose'/'Act II Medley From My Name Is Barbra: ...

5. 1965 Emmy Awards

6. My Name Is Barbra, Two: He Touched Me

7. You Wanna Bet

8. Harold Sings Arlen (With Friend): House Of Flowers

9. Harold Sings Arlen (With Friend): Dinh-Dong! The Witch Is Dead

10. Color Me Barbra: (Have I Stayed) Two Long At Teh Fair/Look At That Face

11. Color Me Barbra: Starting Here, Starting Now

12. Belle Of 14th Street: A Good Man Is Hard To Find/Some Of These Days

13. Belle Of 14th Street: I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

14. A Happening In Central Park: Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night)

15. Funny Girl: Don't Rain On My Parade

16. Funny Girl: Funny Girl

17. 1969 Academy Awards/Friars Club Tribute

18. Friars Club Tribute: Harold Arlen

19. Friars Club Tribute: Jule Styne

20. Don Rickles

21. Richard Rodgers

22. Hello, Dolly

23. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

24. International Hotel: When You Gotta Go/In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

 

Disc: 3

1. The Singer

2. I Can Do It

3. Stoney End

4. The Burt Bacharach Special: (They Long To Be) Close To You

5. We've Only Just Begun

6. Barbra Joan Streisand

7. What's Up Doc?: You're The Top

8. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life (Demo Album Version)

9. Up The Sand Box: If I Close My Eyes

10. Between Yesterday And Tomorrow

11. Can You Tell The Moment?

12. The Way We Were

13. Barbra Streisand... And Other Musical Instruments: Cryin' Time

14. God Bless The Child

15. A Quiet Thing/There Won't Be Trumpets

16. A Star Is Born: Lost Inside Of You (Film Dialogue/Alternate Soundtrack Version)

17. A Star Is Born: Evergreen (Demo/ Soundtrack Version)

18. 1977 Academy Awards

19. The Stars Salute Israel At 30: Hatikvah

 

Disc: 4

1. 1980 Grammy Awards: You Don't Bring Me Flowers

2. ACLU Tribute To Alan & Marilyn Bergman: The Way We Weren't (Live)/The Way We Were (Single)

3. Guilty

4. Yentl: Papa, Can You Hear Me? (Demo)

5. Yentl: The Moon And I (Demo)

6. Yentl: A Piece Of Sky (Demo/Soundtrack Version)

7. I Know Him So Well

8. The Broadway Album: If I Loved You

9. The Broadway Album: Putting It Together

10. One Voice: Over The Rainbow

11. Nuts: Theme From Nuts (End Credits)

12. Nuts: Here We Are At Last

13. Back To Broadway: Warm All Over

14. You'll Never Know (Duet)

 

1. Main Title

2. Teddy Bears

3. To New York

4. The Bloodstain

5. The Fishmarket

6. The New York Willies

7. The Village Walk

8. Lila's Theme

9. Home Movies

10. Daddy's Home

11. The Hallway (Love Theme)

12. They Love You Dad

13. So Cruel

14. Savanah Awakes

15. Love Montage

16. Tom Comes Home

17. The Outdoors

18. Tom's Breakdown

19. The Street

20. For All We Know (Instrumental)

21. The Reunion

22. End Credits

23. For All We Know (Barbra Streisand)

24. Places That Belong To You (Barbra Streisand)

1. You'll Never Know (1955)

2. A Sleepin' Bee

3. Miss Marmelstein

4. I Hate Music

5. Nobody's Heart (Belongs To Me)

6. Cry Me A River

7. Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again

8. People

9. Second Hand Rose/Give Me The Simple Life/Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home...

10. You Wanna Bet

11. Come Rain Or Come Shine

12. Don Rickles Monolog

13. The Sweetest Sounds

14. You're The Top

15. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life

16. Cryin' Time

17. A Quiet Thing/There Won't Be Trumpets

18. Evergreen

19. Between Yesterday And Tomorrow

20. You Don't Bring Me Flowers

21. Papa, Can You Here Me? (Demo)

22. I Know Him So Well

23. Warm All Over

24. You'll Never Know (Duet)

Year

1993

1994

1995

1996

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Back to Broadway

The Concert

The Concert – Highlights

The Mirror Has Two Faces (Soundtrack)

Tracks

1. Some Enchanted Evening

2. Everybody Says Don't

3. The Music Of The Night

4. Speak Low

5. As If We Never Said Goodbye

6. Children Will Listen

7. I Have A Love/One Hand, One Heart

8. Move On

9. Luck Be A Lady

10. With One Look

11. The Man I Love

12. Move On

Disc: 1

1. Overture

2. As If We Never Said Goodbye

3. Opening Remarks

4. I'm Still Here/Everybody Says Don't/Don't Rain On My Parade

5. Can't Help Lovin' That Man

6. I'll Know

7. People

8. Lover Man

9. Therapist Dialouge #1

10. Will He Like Me?

11. Therapist Dialouge #2

12. He Touched Me

13. Evergreen

14. Therapist Dialouge #3

15. The Man That Got Away

16. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

Disc: 2

1. Entr'acte

2. The Way We Were

3. You Don't Bring Me Flowers

4. Lazy Afternoon

5. Disney Medley (Once Upon A Dream/When You Wish Upon A Star/Someday My Prince Will Come)

6. Not While I'm Around

7. Ordinary Miracles

8. Yentl Medley (Where Is It Written?/Papa, Can You Hear Me?/Will Someone Ever Look At Me That Way?/...

9. Happy Days Are Here Again

10. My Man

11. For All We Know

12. Somewhere

 

1. Overture

2. As If We Never Said Goodbye

3. Opening Remarks

4. I'm Still Here/Everybody Says Don't/Don't Rain On My Parade

5. Can't Help Lovin' That Man

6. I'll Know

7. People

8. Will He Like Me?

9. He Touched Me

10. Evergreen

11. The Man That Got Away

12. The Way We Were

13. You Don't Bring Me Flowers

14. Lazy Afternoon

15. Not While I'm Around

16. Ordinary Miracles

17. Yentl Medley (Where Is It Written?/Papa, Can You Hear Me?/Will Someone Ever Look At Me That Way?...

18. Happy Days Are Here Again

19. My Man

20. Somewhere

1. Main Title/In Questa Reggia

2. Got Any Scotch?

3. An Ad?

4. In A Sentimental Mood

5. Rose Sees Greg

6. Alex Hurts Rose

7. The Dating Montage

8. My Intentions?

9. You Picked Me!

10. A Funny Kind Of Proposal

11. Picnic In The Park

12. Greg Falls For Rose

13. Try A Little Tenderness

14. The Mirror

15. Going Back To Mom

16. Rocking In The Chair

17. The Power Inside Of Me

18. Rose Leaves Greg

19. Ruby

20. Rose Dumps Alex

21. Greg Claims Rose

22. The Apology/Nessun Dorma

23. I Finally Found Someone

24. All Of My Life

Year

1997

1999

2000

2001

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

Higher Ground

A Love Like Ours

Timeless – Live in Concert

Christmas Memories

Tracks

1. I Believe/You'll Never Walk Alone

2. Higher Ground

3. At The Same Time

4. Tell Him

5. On Holy Ground

6. If I Could

7. Circle

8. The Water Is Wide/Deep River

9. Leading With Your Heart

10. Lessons To Be Learned

11. Everything Must Change

12. Avinu Malkeinu

1. I've Dreamed Of You

2. Isn't It A Pity?

3. The Island

4. Love Like Ours

5. If You Ever Leave Me

6. We Must Be Loving Right

7. If I Never Met You

8. It Must Be You

9. Just One Lifetime

10. If I Didn't Love You

11. Wait

12. The Music That Makes Me Dance

Disc: 1

1. Opening/You'll Never Know

2. Something's Coming

3. The Way We Were

4. Shirley MacLaine Y1K

5. Cry Me A River

6. Lover, Come Back To Me

7. A Sleepin' Bee

8. Miss Marmelstein

9. I'm The Greatest Star/Second Hand Rose/Don't Rain On My Parade (Medley)

10. Something Wonderful/Being Alive (Medley)

11. As Time Goes By/Speak Low (Medley)

12. Alfie

13. Evergreen

14. Dialogue (Father, Part #1)

15. Papa Can You Hear Me?/You'll Never Know

16. A Piece Of Sky

 

Disc: 2

1. Entr'acte

2. Putting It Together

3. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

4. Send In The Clowns

5. Happy Days Are Here Again/Get Happy/Guilty/I Finally Found Someone/Tell Him...

6. Sing/I've Got A Crush On You

7. Technology (Dialogue)

8. The Clicker Blues

9. Simple Pleasures

10. The Main Event/Fight

11. Dialogue (Father, Part #2)

12. I've Dreamed Of You

13. At The Same Time

14. Auld Lang Syne (Ballad)

15. Dialogue (Barbra And Brother Time)

16. People

17. New Year's Eve/Auld Lang Syne (Celebration)

18. Everytime You Hear Auld Lang Syne (Barbra/Audience)

19. Happy Days Are Here Again

20. Don't Like Goodbyes

21. I Believe/Somewhere

1. I'll Be Home For Christmas

2. A Christmas Love Song

3. What Are You Doing New Year's Eve

4. I Remember

5. Snowbound

6. It Must Have Been The Mistletoe

7. Christmas Lullaby

8. Christmas Mem'ries

9. Grown Up Christmas List

10. Ave Maria

11. Closer

12. One God

Year

2002

2002

2003

2005

 

 

 

 

 

Album Title

The Essential Barbara Streisand

Duets

The Movie Album

Guilty Pleasures

Tracks

Disc: 1

1. A Sleepin' Bee

2. Cry Me A River

3. I Stayed Too Long At The Fair

4. Lover, Come Back To Me

5. People

6. My Man

7. Second Hand Rose

8. He Touched Me

9. Don't Rain On My Parade

10. Happy Days Are Here Again (Live From Central Park)

11. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

12. Stoney End

13. Since I Fell For You

14. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?

15. The Way We Were

16. All In Love Is Fair

17. Lazy Afternoon

18. Evergreen

19. My Heart Belongs To Me

20. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (w/ Neil Diamond)

21. The Main Event/Fight

22. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (w/ Donna Summer)

Disc: 2

1. Woman In Love

2. Guilty

3. Comin' In And Out Of Your Life

4. Memory

5. Papa, Can You Hear Me?

6. A Piece Of Sky

7. Putting It Together

8. Not While I'm Around

9. Send In The Clowns

10. Somewhere

11. All I Ask Of You

12. Children Will Listen

13. As If We Never Said Goodbye

14. I Finally Found Someone (w/ Bryan Adams)

15. Tell Him (w/ Celine Dion)

16. I've Dreamed Of You

17. Someday My Prince Will Come (2001 Version)

18. You'll Never Walk Alone (2001 Version)

 

1. I Won't Be The One To Let Go (Duet with Barry Manilow)

2. Guilty (Duet with Barry Gibb)

3. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (Duet with Neil Diamond)

4. I Finally Found Someone (Duet with Bryan Adams)

5. Cryin' Time (Duet with Ray Charles)

6. I've Got A Crush On You (Duet with Frank Sinatra)

7. Tell Him (Duet with Celine Dion)

8. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (Duet with Donna Summer)

9. What Kind Of Fool (Duet with Barry Gibb)

10. I Have A Love/One Hand, One Heart (Duet with Johnny Mathis)

11. One Less Bell To Answer/A House Is Not A Home (Duet with Barbra Streisand)

12. Lost Inside Of You (Duet with Kris Kristofferson)

13. Till I Loved You (Duet with Don Johnson)

14. Make No Mistake, He's Mine (Duet with Kim Carnes)

15. If You Ever Leave Me (Duet with Vince Gill)

16. The Music Of The Night (Duet with Michael Crawford)

17. Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Duet with Harold Arlen)

18. Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again (Duet with Judy Garland)

19. All I Know Of Love (Duet with Josh Groban)

Disc: 1

1. Smile

2. Moon River

3. I'm In The Mood For Love

4. Wild Is The Wind

5. Emily

6. More In Love With You

7. How Do You Keep The Music Playing?

8. But Beautiful

9. Calling You

10. The Second Time Around

11. Goodbye For Now

12. You're Gonna Hear From

 

Disc: 2

1. Wild Is The Wind

2. I'm In The Mood For Love

3. Song Commentary by Barbra Streisand (Audio Only)

1. Come Tomorrow (Duet with Barry Gibb)

2. Stranger In A Strange Land

3. Hideaway

4. It's Up To You

5. Night Of My Life

6. Above The Law (Duet with Barry Gibb)

7. Without Your Love

8. All The Children

9. Golden Dawn

10. (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away

11. Letting Go

Year

2009

2011

   
         

Album Title

Love Is the Answer What Matters Most    

Tracks

1."Here's to Life" (Artie Butler, Phyllis Molinary) – 4:35
2."In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" (Bob Hilliard, David Mann) – 4:02
3."Gentle Rain" (Luiz Bonfá, Matt Dubey) – 4:19
4."If You Go Away (Ne me quitte pas)" (Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen) – 4:14
5."Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most" (Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf) – 4:32
6."Make Someone Happy" (Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne) – 4:08
7."Where Do You Start?" (Johnny Mandel, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman) – 4:26
8."A Time for Love" (Mandel, Paul Francis Webster) – 5:12
9."Here's That Rainy Day" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 5:04
10."Love Dance" (Ivan Lins, Gilson Peranzzetta, Paul Williams) – 4:43
11."Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach) – 4:22
12."Some Other Time" (Leonard Bernstein, Comden, Green) – 4:43
13."You Must Believe in Spring" (Bergman, Bergman, Michel Legrand) – 4:04 [Bonus track]

 
Deluxe Edition (2nd disc)
1."Here's To Life" (Artie Butler/Phyllis Molinary) - 4:31
2."In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning" (Bob Hilliard/David Mann) - 3:58
3."Gentle Rain" (Luiz Bonfa/Matt Dubey) - 4:20
4."If You Go Away (Ne me quitte pas)" (Jacques Brel/Rod McKuen) - 4:12
5."Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most" (Tommy Wolf/Fran Landesman) - 4:34
6."Make Someone Happy" (Jule Styne/Betty Comden/Adolph Green) - 4:02
7."Where Do You Start?"(Johnny Mandel/Alan Bergman/Marilyn Bergman) - 4:26
8."A Time For Love" (Johnny Mandel/Paul Francis Webster) - 5:14
9."Here's That Rainy Day" (Johnny Burke/Jimmy Van Heusen) - 5:03
10."Love Dance" (Ivan Lins/Gilson Peranzzetta/English lyrics by Paul Williams) - 4:43
11."Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" (Jerome Kern/Otto Harbach) - 4:17
12."Some Other Time" (Leonard Bernstein/Betty Comden/Adolph Green) - 4:43
1. "The Windmills of Your Mind" 3:54
2. "Something New In My Life" 4:02
3. "Solitary Moon" 4:31
4. "Nice 'n' Easy" 4:27
5. "Alone In the World" 4:09
6. "So Many Stars" 4:29
7. "The Same Hello, the Same Goodbye" 4:11
8. "That Face" 4:31
9. "I'll Never Say Goodbye" 4:08
10. "What Matters Most" 3:12
 
   

FILMOGRAPHY

Year

1968

1969

1970

1970

1972

 

Title

Funny Girl

Hello, Dolly!

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

The Owl and the Pussycat

Up the Sandbox

Role

Fanny Brice

Dolly Levi

Daisy Gamble

Doris

Margaret Reynolds

Year

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

 

 

Title

What's Up, Doc?

The Way We Were

For Pete's Sake

Funny Lady

A Star Is Born

Role

Judy Maxwell

Katie Morosky Gardner

Henrietta Robbins

Fanny Brice

Esther Hoffman

Year

1979

1981

1983

1987

1991

 

Title

The Main Event

All Night Long

Yentl

Nuts

The Prince of Tides

Role

Hillary Kramer

Cheryl Gibbons

Yentl

Claudia Draper

Dr. Susan Lowenstein

Year

1996

2004

2010

2012

 
 

 

  Selection N/A  

Title

The Mirror Has Two Faces

Meet the Fockers

Little Fockers

My Mother's Curse

 

Role

Rose Morgan

Roz Focker

Roz Focker

Joyce Brewster

 

BOOKS & MAGAZINES

       

Barbra Streisand

Barbara Streisand - A Love Like Ours

       

POSTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS

 

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