Swipe

Record Exchange Boise

The music everyone loves to hear Sarah sing, timed to coincide with her new PBS Special and national tour! Now, for the 1st time, Universal Classics releases an album of definitive performances by the woman most closely associated with musical theatre's premier composer. This collection, filled with 16 hits from Andrew Lloyd Webber's most popular musicals, includes "Memory" (Cats), "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" (Evita), "The Music Of The Night" (Phantom Of The Opera) and more.
The music everyone loves to hear Sarah sing, timed to coincide with her new PBS Special and national tour! Now, for the 1st time, Universal Classics releases an album of definitive performances by the woman most closely associated with musical theatre's premier composer. This collection, filled with 16 hits from Andrew Lloyd Webber's most popular musicals, includes "Memory" (Cats), "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" (Evita), "The Music Of The Night" (Phantom Of The Opera) and more.
731453933026

Details

Format: CD
Label: DBWY
Catalog: 539330
Rel. Date: 06/01/1999
UPC: 731453933026

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection
Artist: Sarah Brightman
Format: CD
New: IN STOCK AT OUR STORE $20.99 Used: Used Items are fully guaranteed to be free from defects, and good as new.
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

The music everyone loves to hear Sarah sing, timed to coincide with her new PBS Special and national tour! Now, for the 1st time, Universal Classics releases an album of definitive performances by the woman most closely associated with musical theatre's premier composer. This collection, filled with 16 hits from Andrew Lloyd Webber's most popular musicals, includes "Memory" (Cats), "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" (Evita), "The Music Of The Night" (Phantom Of The Opera) and more.

Reviews:

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection is a compilation album by classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman. All of the tracks on this album are previously available on other albums.

So far, the album has sold 787.000 copies in the U.S. - Wikipedia

back to top