3/4. Petula Clark 's celebration of French star Charles Aznavour continues with his huge output as a songwriter. with input by lyricists who have translated his songs, including Marcel Stellman (You've Let Yourself Go) and Herbert Kretzmer (Happy Anniversary). Aznavour discusses the links between his troubled life and his songwriting. Plus the story behind his 1974 UK number one, She.
Anthony Andrews narrates the story of the Tony-winning musical partnership of lyricist Alan Jay Lerner (1918-86) and composer Frederick Loewe (1901-88), whose enduring hits include Brigadoon (1947), My Fair Lady (1956), Gigi (1958) and Came/of (1960). Mike Reed conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra with singers Laura Michelle Kelly, Claire Moore ,
Robert Meadmore and Liz Robertson.
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