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Requiem

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by Andrew Lloyd Webber Placido Domingo (tenor)
Sarah Brightman (soprano) Paul Miles-Kingston (treble) The world premiere, given in New York at the Church of St Thomas, Fifth Avenue, of the first major work for symphonic forces by the composer of Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita and Cats. THE ST THOMAS'S CHOIR director GERRE HANCOCK WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL
CHOIR, director MARTIN NEARY ORCHESTRA OF ST LUKE'S
Organist JAMES LANCELOT Music associate DAVID CADDICK
Conductor Lorin Maazel
A 'felt' work and an honest one ... Lloyd Webber - as the success of his theatre pieces attests -has a flair for lyric invention. The performance was excellent! (THE NEW YORKER) Producer IAN SQUIRES
Director HUMPHREY BURTON • FEATURE: page 3

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tenor: Placido Domingo
Soprano: Sarah Brightman
Soprano: Paul Miles-Kingston
Director: Gerre Hancock
Director: Martin Neary
Conductor: David Caddick
Conductor: Lorin Maazel
Producer: Ian Squires
Director: Humphrey Burton

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