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With the death of Stephen Sondheim, Broadway lost a musical genius

I love Sondheim in that ruminant tale, writing “Anyone Can Whistle” from that title show, “Losing My Mind” from “Follies,” “Sorry/Grateful” from “Company.” ”, “No more” from “Into the Woods,” “Forward” from “Sunday in the Park With George. ” He is better known for other stage songs: “Send in the Clown” from “A Little Night Music”, “Being Alive” from “Company”, “Maria” from “West Side Story”, writes with Leonard Bernstein. But it’s the somber, introspective, even sometimes bitter numbers that I turn to, numbers that feel less like Broadway and more like life.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/theater_dance/sondheim-death-appreciation/2021/11/26/532e0d2a-4f0a-11ec-b73b-a00d6e559a6e_story.html With the death of Stephen Sondheim, Broadway lost a musical genius

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