I noticed this at the MailOnline website, so thought I'd give people the heads up :D
I'd originally mistakenly posted this on the Freebies section of HUD, so apologise for any confusion caused. The CD is free, but you have to pay about £1.20 for the newspaper itself.
"Inside every copy of next weekend's Mail on Sunday (5th October 2008) you'll find a free copy of The Sound of Music CD.
The final score written by the Broadway duo of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, The Sound of Music was a smash hit on Broadway and in London's West End before being transformed into a movie musical phenomenon in 1965. Starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, directed by Robert Wise and filmed partly on location in Salzburg, Austria, The Sound of Music was the top-grossing film of its era, and remains the most successful movie musical of all time.
Nominated for ten Academy Awards, it won five, including Best Picture, Best Sound Recording, and Best Scoring of Music (adaptation) by the legendary Irwin Kostal. From its first, record-breaking run on stage at London?Palace Theatre in the early 1960s, through the zaniness of the sing-a-long A Sound of Music craze, and the huge success of the West End's current smash hit revival presented by Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Sound of Music has always been one of Great Britain's favourite things."
The soundtrack spent over seven years in the album charts in the UK, and in the turbulent rock 'n roll era of the Swinging 60's, it is worth noting that the UK's best-selling album of the entire decade was the soundtrack to The Sound of Music. Clearly this recording, like the edelweiss flower itself, will bloom and grow forever".
Make sure you don't miss next weekend's giveaway CD which includes classic tunes My Favourite Things, The Sound of Music, Do-Re-Mi and Edelweiss."