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Little Night Music, A

 

 

Little Night Music, A (1977)

Composer(s):
Stephen Sondheim 

Released in:
1977

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Liz DOES IT to Stephen Sondheim!
by
filmfactsman (June 14, 2005)
One of the few things Elizabeth Taylor can't do is sing. Yet, somehow she was entrusted to handle the musical's show-stopper: "Send in the Clowns" for the film version. Compared to her, Diana Rigg, who sings "Every Day a Little Death" from the film, comes across like Celine Dion. This box-office bomb actually won an Academy Award in 1977 for Original Song Score, despite Taylor's tone-deaf performance. She also makes a mess out of "You Must Meet My Wife" and the finale, "Send in the Clowns/Night Waltz", both with Len Cariou. This recording hasn't made it to CD yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if it does get a release in the near future, with all of the bizarre soundtrack re-releases I've seen lately. If you're a fan of the musical, stick with the 1973 Original Broadway Cast CD.



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