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This time of FrameTrax, we take a look and listen to the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber who has pushed the boundaries of theater entertainment for over 5 decades.  By doing so, he has become the most successful composer of all time.  

From Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968) to Cinderella (2021), his work has been consistently seen on world stages. Before the Covid pandemic hit, Lloyd Webber had shows continually running in the West End for 48 years and on Broadway for 41, with School of Rock being the first British musical to have its world premiere on Broadway. When Sunset Boulevard joined School Of Rock, Cats and Phantom of the Opera, he equalled Rodgers and Hammerstein’s record of four shows running simultaneously on Broadway. 

He is one of the select group of artists with EGOT status, having received an Emmy, four Grammys (including Best Contemporary Classical Composition for Requiem), an Oscar and eight Tony Awards (including the 2018 Special Tony for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre). He has also won seven Oliviers and a Golden Globe – and his honours include a Classic Brit award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, the Praemium Imperiale, the Richard Rodgers Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre, a BASCA Fellowship, and the Kennedy Center Honor.



 JC Overture

The Last Supper

Phantom Overture

Mr. Mistoffelees

Song and Dance/Tell Me on a Sunday

Close Every Door

Music of the Night

Hosanna/Pie Jesu

Variations 1-4

A Game of Two Halves

Any Dream Will Do

Phantom of the Opera

Jellicle Ball

It’s Easy for You


Now, I can practically hear the groans coming thru the speakers from some of you but I just can’t deny that I am a fan of Webber’s.  I found that when I do occasionally get the hankering for some Broadway, I generally turn to Webber, and for good reason

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