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Title: LOOK I MADE A HAT
COLLECTED LYRICS (1981-2011) WITH ATTENDANT COMMENTS, AMPLIFICATIONS, DOGMAS, HARANGUES, DIGRESSIONS, ANECDOTES AND MISCELLANY
By: Stephen Sondheim
Format: Hardback

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ISBN 10: 0753522608
ISBN 13: 9780753522608
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Publisher: EBURY PUBLISHING
Pub. date: 24 November, 2011
Pages: 480
Description: Annotates the author's lyrics with personal and theatre history, discussions of his collaborations, and dissections of his work - both the successes and the failures. This title gives us the lyrics, along with cutouts and early drafts, to the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Sunday in the Park with George", and "Into the Woods", "Assassins", and "Passion".
Synopsis: As he did in the acclaimed Finishing the Hat, Sondheim richly annotates his lyrics with personal and theatre history, discussions of his collaborations, and exacting, charming dissections of his work - both the successes and the failures. Picking up where he left off in Finishing the Hat, he gives us all the lyrics, along with cutouts and early drafts, to the Pulitzer Prize-winning Sunday in the Park with George, as well as Into the Woods, Assassins, and Passion. Here too is an in-depth look at Wise Guys, subsequently transformed into Bounce, and eventually into Road Show. And we are treated to chapters on his work for television and film and his "orphan songs," culled from parodies and special occasions over the years. Filled with behind-the-scenes photographs and illustrations from original manuscripts, and with the same elegant design as the earlier book, Look, I Made A Hat will be devoured by Sondheim's passionate fans today and for years to come.
Illustrations: Illustrations, music
Publication: UK
Imprint: Virgin Books
Returns: Returnable
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ASSASSINS (HB)
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ASSASSINS VOCAL SELECTIONS
COMPANY (PB)
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FINISHING THE HAT
FINISHING THE HAT (HB)
FOLLIES (PB)
FOLLIES (PB)
FOUR BY SONDHEIM (HB)
GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER (PB)
GETTING TO KNOW HIM (PB)
GUITAR BASICS REPERTOIRE (PB)
GYPSY (BROADWAY REVIVA)L VOCAL SELECTIONS (PB)
GYPSY (PB)
GYPSY (PB)
HAROLD PRINCE AND THE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE (PB)
INTO THE WOODS (PB)
INTO THE WOODS (PB)
INTO THE WOODS (PB)
INTO THE WOODS (PB)
INTO THE WOODS EDITION (SONGBOOK)
INTO THE WOODS SONGBOOK
INTO THE WOODS SONGBOOK
JAZZ PLAY-ALONG
LOOK I MADE A HAT
PACIFIC OVERTURES (PB)
PASSION (PB)
ROAD SHOW (PB)
SATURDAY NIGHT (PB)
SONDHEIM STEPHEN THE FROGS VOCAL SELECTIONS BK (PB)
STEPHEN SONDHEIM (PB)
SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE (PB)
SWEENEY TODD (LIBRETTO) (PB)
SWEENEY TODD (PB)
SWEENEY TODD (PB)
SWEENEY TODD (THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET) : VOCAL SELECTIONS (PB)
SWEENEY TODD VOCAL SCORE (PB)
THE ALMOST UNKNOWN STEPHEN SONDHEIM (PB)
THE MYSTERY FANCIER (VOL. 5 NO. 1) JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1981

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