Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Noun1.Andrew Lloyd Webber - English composer of many successful musicals (some in collaboration with Sir Tim Rice) (born in 1948)
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His work has appeared on the cover of Time and Readers Digest and he is also known for his caricatures, with many victims of his lampooning eye - from Andrew Lloyd Weber, Damien Hirst, Richard Branson, David Gilmour and Louis Vuitton to Frank Bruno - actually buying up the images.
He has successfully helped the likes of Lord Andrew Lloyd Weber, Morgan Freeman, Sylvester Stallone, Kate Moss and many more high profile people, several of whom are not named because of their profile and the confidentiality agreements.
Es apasionante", expresa Veronique Gerard-Powell, al elogiar el papel de los coleccionistas privados para el rescate de estas pinturas del llamado Aesthetic Movement, como Andrew Lloyd Weber, el celebre compositor del music hall.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Weber have obviously learned a lot since they penned this, one of their first shows, in the late '60s.
I entered her into the Andrew Lloyd Weber competition 'Looking for Toto?
While often portrayed as a 19th-century Andrew Lloyd Weber, it is impossible to deny Massenet his strengths.
Past winners include Ian McKellen, Andrew Lloyd Weber and Judi Dench.
Wright, who runs a record company dedicated to British musical theater, reappraises the genre of the post-war British musical from the end of WWII to the coming of Andrew Lloyd Weber, examining its social background and prominent writers including Ivor Novello and Noel Coward, and composers including Sandy Wilson and Julian Slade.
Kathryn Leonard and Allison Sanders will present a free concert, "Love: A Journey From Arias of Puccini Through the Passion of Andrew Lloyd Weber and the Fantasy of Disney," at 11:15 a.
I'll be doing a mix of arias and classical pop songs, music from films and from my past albums as well as pieces from the new album like the theme from The Godfather and the new Andrew Lloyd Weber piece.
But since Miller might not be so well known by my local crowd, I think I'll publicize it as having been written by Andrew Lloyd Weber, a name that resonates more with my local theater-goers.
Andrew Lloyd Weber cast her as Evita in 1979, initially standing in for Elaine Page before taking over the part full-time in 1980.