The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection

by Sarah Brightman

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Overview

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection

Sarah Brightman, one of England's most incandescent musical exports, is an internationally beloved performer and recording artist as well as the ex-wife and muse of Andrew Lloyd Webber, the fabulously successful theater composer. Here, Brightman, who has yet to completely consolidate her star status in the Colonies, utilizes her elegant, crystal-blue soprano on definitive versions of the maestro's greatest hits, culled from such landmarks as "Cats," "Evita" and "The Phantom of the Opera." The legendary showstoppers -- "Memory," "Don't Cry For Me Argentina," "The Music Of The Night" -- have rightfully earned Brightman her diva's stripes but it's the less familiar, and less grandiose, tunes like the romantically operatic "Chanson d'Enfance" and coyly assertive "Love Changes Everything" from "Aspects of Love" and the pastorally reflective "Unexpected Song" from "Song & Dance" that provide the chanteuse welcome opportunities to reveal the considerable heart behind her formidable technique.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/18/2011
Label: K2 Hd
UPC: 0600753293638
catalogNumber: 363
Rank: 85221

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sarah Brightman   Primary Artist,Vocals
Cliff Richard   Vocals
Michael Crawford   Vocals
José Carreras   Tenor (Vocal)
John Gielgud   Vocals
David Caddick   Choir Conductor
Harry Rabinowitz   Conductor
Paul Miles-Kingston   Vocals
Michael Reed   Conductor

Technical Credits

Andrew Lloyd Webber   Composer,Producer,Orchestration
Larry Wilcox   Orchestration
Mike Batt   Text
David Cullen   Orchestration
Charles Hart   Text
Martin Levan   Engineer
Richard Stilgoe   Text
Nigel Wright   Producer,Orchestration
Tim Rice   Text
Trevor Nunn   Text
T.S. Eliot   Text,Original Material
David R. Murray   Producer
Don Black   Text

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