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Lost In The Stars: The Music Of Bernstein, Weill & Sondheim

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Something's Coming; Lucky To Be Me; Mack The Knife; The Ladies Who Lunch; Children Will Listen; It's Love; I Feel Pretty; Losing My Mind; September Song; Ain't Got No Tears Left; My Ship; Leave You; Lost In The Stars; No One Is Alone/Not While I'm Around.

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Deborah Shulman / Larry Zalkind: Lost In The Stars: The Music Of Bernstein, Weill & Sondheim

Read "Lost In The Stars: The Music Of Bernstein, Weill & Sondheim" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The respective output from compositional icons Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Weill and, to a lesser extent, Stephen Sondheim has frequently been putty in jazz musicians' and arrangers' hands, proving that malleability is a sine qua non for long-range success in writing; genius-level composing skills, of course, also tend to help. While the actual act ...


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