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Moments of Romance
"MOMENTS OF ROMANCE"
released 27th April 2016
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1. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes, music & lyrics by Mack David, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingstone arranged by Susie Drage from the 1950 Walt Disney film of "Cinderella".
2. Evergreen, music & lyrics by Barbra Streisand and Paul Williams and arranged by Joe Peters - from the 1976 film of A Star is Born.
3. Not While I'm Around, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim from the 1979 Musical of "Sweeney Todd" courtesy of Sing Songs.
4. One More Walk Around the Garden, music & lyrics by Burton Lane & Alan Jay Lerner and arranged by Paul Brooks, from the 1979 Broadway Production of "Carmelina".
5. If Ever I Would Leave You, music & lyris by Frederick Loewe & Alan Jay Lerner, arranged by Joe Peters from the 1967 musical film of "Camelot".
6. Bill, music & lyrics P.G. Wodehouse & Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II from the 1951 American musical film of "Showboat", courtesy of Interstellar.
7. Ordinary Miracles, music & lyrics by Alan & Marilyn Bergman and appears on 1995 Barbra Streisand album "The Concert Highlights", courtesy of Karaoke Version.
8. Younger Than Springtime, music & lyrics by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II from 1958 musical film "South Pacific" courtesy of Interstellar.
9. If Love Were All, music & lyrics by Noel Coward from the 1929 operetta "Bitter Sweet", courtesy of Tradebit.
10. All I Ask of You, music & lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, arranged by Joe Peters and Susie Drage from the 1986 musical of "The Phantom of the Opera".
11. Silent Heart, music & lyrics by Vivian Ellis & A.P. Herbert from "Bless the Bride", courtesy of Tradebit.
12. Till I Hear You Sing, music & lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Glenn Slater & Charles Hart from 2011 musical "Love Never Dies" arranged by Eileen Lowry & Judy Short
13. Love Never Dies, music & lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Glenn Slater & Charles Hart from 2011 musical "Love Never Dies", courtesy of Successful Singing.
14. The Last Man in My Life, music & lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Don Black from 1982 musical of "Song and Dance", courtesy of Tradebit.
15. Whistle Down the Wind, music & lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Jim Steinmann from 1989 musical "Whistle Down the Wind", courtesy of Sing Broadway Now.
16. Who Wants to Live Forever, music & lyrics by Brian May of Queen for soundtrack of the 1986 film "Highlander", courtesy of Tradebit.
Love Never Dies is a romantic musical with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater with additional lyrics by Charles Hart, and book by Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton, with additional material by Slater and Frederick Forsyth. It is a sequel to Lloyd Webber's long-running musical The Phantom of the Opera.
The plot is not based on the storyline in the original book by Gaston Leroux. Lloyd Webber stated: "I don't regard this as a sequel—it's a stand-alone piece." He later clarified: "Clearly, it is a sequel, but I really do not believe that you have to have seen Phantom of the Opera to understand Love Never Dies." The musical is set in 1907, which Lloyd Webber states is "ten years roughly after the end of the original Phantom", although the events of the original actually took place in 1881.
Christine Daaé is invited by an anonymous impresario to perform at Phantasma, a new attraction on Coney Island, and, with her husband Raoul and son Gustave in tow, journeys to Brooklyn, unaware that it is actually "The Phantom" who has arranged her appearance in the popular beach resort.
Although Lloyd Webber began working on Love Never Dies in 1990, it was not until 2007 that he began writing its music. The musical opened at the Adelphi Theatre in the West End on 9 March 2010 with previews from 22 February 2010. It was originally directed by Jack O'Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, but the show closed for four days in November 2010 for substantial re-writes, which were overseen by Lloyd Webber, and it re-opened with new direction from Bill Kenwright. Set and costume designs were by Bob Crowley.
The original London production received mostly negative reviews, but the subsequent Australian production featuring an entirely new design team and heavy revisions was generally better received. The planned Broadway production, which was to have opened simultaneously with the West End run, was delayed and then indefinitely postponed.