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My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs 

This production is a filmed record of a concert given on 16 October 2000 at the City Center for Music and Dance, New York City, to raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. The ... See full summary »

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This production is a filmed record of a concert given on 16 October 2000 at the City Center for Music and Dance, New York City, to raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. The occasion was particularly notable in that it marked Julie Andrews' (brief) return to singing in public after a four-year hiatus. Written by RPK

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Robert Goulet, who performed "If Ever I Would Leave You," introduced the song playing Lancelot in the original Broadway production of "Camelot." The only other songs performed by the originators were "Music of the Night," sung by Michael Crawford, and "Seasons of Love." Adam Pascal, as one of the original "Rent" cast members, participated in this ensemble song. See more »


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Seasons of Love
Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson
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Sung by Adam Pascal and the Broadway Inspirational Voices
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Guinevere and Lancelot meet again
8 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

'My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs' is a good mix of songs and artists, showcasing the best of songs about affairs of the heart. So we see Linda Eder, Brent Spiner, Robert Goulet, Chita Rivera, Peter Gallagher and many more, out on stage and presenting those great songs just as they should be sung.

But the highlight for me is Julie Andrews, hosting, introducing her Lancelot, Robert Goulet, to sing songs from Camelot, in which they appeared together forty years earlier. It's a touching moment. Other stand-outs include Chita Rivera's appearances: she's one of those great Broadway singers, all voice and heart, that just belong on a stage.


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