Anyway, that got me to thinking of another telling of the Noah story.
Back in 1970, Richard Rodgers wrote the score to a show, Two by Two, one of his last musicals. The show, in fact, had a good pedigree all around. The lyrics were by Martin Charnin, who would go on to write the words to Annie, and the book was by Peter Stone who, among many other shows, wrote 1776. (And it was all based on Clifford Odets' the play, The Flowering Peach.) But most notably, Two by Two marked the return to Broadway after a 30 year absence by Danny Kaye.
The score is very pleasant. It's not distinguished, and not all the songs work, but there's a great deal that's quite enjoyable, and includes one beautiful ballad, "I Do Not Know a Day I Did Not Love You," sung by Walter Willison, who got a Tony nomination as best supporting actor, playing the youngest son, Japheth. Unfortunately I haven't digitized my copy of the score, and I can find any of the cast album online. However, here's the title song done during rehearsals at Mars Hill College. It certainly doesn't present the score at its best, but they do it justice.