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  Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 in South Kensington, England.
Johnstone Lloyd Webber and brother of cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, born in
Lloyd Webber and Hugill were divorced in 1983.
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  Andrew Lloyd Webber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 in South Kensington.
Lloyd Webber and Hugill were divorced in 1983.
Lloyd Webber's next project with Tim Rice was to be a musical comedy based on the Jeeves and Wooster novels by P.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 in South Kensington, England.
He was the son of composer William Lloyd Webber and a music teacher, Jean Hermione Lloyd-Webber, and brother of cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, born in 1951.
Lloyd Webber and Rice continued to collaborate and later produced Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita, both of which were released as albums before being brought to the stage.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber, Baron Lloyd Webber of Sydmonton (born March 22, 1948) is a highly successful British composer of musical theatre.
Webber was born in London, the son of composer William Lloyd Webber and brother of cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.
Subsequently, Lloyd Webber parted company with Rice and experimented with other lyricists on works such as Cats, Starlight Express, and The Phantom of the Opera, all of which ran for many years in London's West End and on Broadway.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Uncyclopedia
Son of Gwen Stefani and Richard Dreyfuss, Andrew "Lloyd" Webber was a coal miner outside of Boston, MA in the latter part of the 1800s.
Andrew Lloyd Webber was posthumously awarded a Cock Head in 1995 by Queen Elizabeth II.
In 1977 Webber came to blows with his own pop-group, The Beatles when evidence of a mass breach of the Treatise of Versailles was found to be contained hidden backwards in one of the lyrics to the song "Cows just wanna have fun".
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Music Downloads - Online
Lloyd Webber saw his share of shows as a child, too, but he was born in London, the son of William Lloyd Webber, Director of the London College of Music, and was trained at the Royal Academy of Music, hardly the sort of place where you'd be likely to hear Oklahoma!
Nevertheless, Lloyd Webber hooked up with lyricist Tim Rice, and the two began work on what would be a typical project for them, a musical based on the Biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors.
Lloyd Webber and Rice then split, with the composer writing film scores and working on an abortive musical with playwright Alan Ayckbourne (Jeeves), after which Rice returned with another audacious idea: a musical based on the life of Argentine dictator (or dictator's wife, depending on how you look at it) Eva Peron.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber
Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 in South Kensington in London, England.
Lloyd Webber was a Queen's Scholar of Westminster School and studied history for a time at Magdalen College, Oxford, although he did not complete the course, deciding instead to pursue his interest in musical theatre.
Lloyd Webber's eclecticism is very strong here; musical genres range from classical to pop, music hall, jazz and electroacoustic music as well as hymn-like songs such as "The Addressing of Cats," which Old Deuteronomy sings.
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Lloyd Webber, Andrew - Photographic biography includes information on the composer's marriages, the development of his many musicals and a note he received from Tim Rice in 1965.
Lloyd Webber To Sell His £30 Million Picasso - Rocketing art prices have prompted Andrew Lloyd Webber to put on the market a Pablo Picasso painting, believed to be the composer's most valuable work.
Interview: Andrew Lloyd Webber for "The Phantom of the Opera" - He has been defined as the Shakespeare of his day, a musical impresario, with his fingers on the pulse of modern culture.
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 ARC ARTicles - Pre-Raphaelite and other Masters: The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection - Christopher Wood - Page 1/1
Andrew has always understood the importance of Pre-Raphaelite landscape, and this is an area in which the collection is full of gems.
This Andrew bought to demonstrate that Picasso's blue period pictures show the influence of Burne-Jones, an artist the young Picasso in Barcelona was known to admire.
If, as Andrew promises, the collection is preserved together in a trust or foundation, in its own building, future generations many well marvel that one man was able to accumulate all this, in one lifetime.
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 Broadway: The American Musical . Stars Over Broadway . Andrew Lloyd Webber | PBS
Lloyd Webber was born in London on March 22, 1948.
Andrew showed musical aptitude at a very young age, and, while still a youth, composed short musical entertainments for his family.
With his impressive array of commercially and artistically successful shows, Lloyd Webber is one of the most important composers for the musical theater in the last decades of the 20th century.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
The British musician Andrew Lloyd Webber (born 1948) was the composer of such musical theater hits as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Cats, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, and Aspects of Love.
Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948, in London, England.
Webber's career was inextricably linked with that of lyricist Tim Rice, and their partnership began with this musical.
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"Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber (Composer) was born in 1948.
Lloyd Webber has won four Tony Awards, three Grammys, including He was honored in 1988 with an award for Creative Achevement by B'nai B'rith in New York.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has co-wrote with Tim Rice a new song for "Evita" called "You Must Love Me" which will be sung by Madonna and focus on Eva's and Juan Peron's complicate relationship.
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Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Company, it was joined two years later by Starlight Express (lyrics by Richard Stilgoe), a train epic with music which was nicknamed "Squeals On Wheels" because the cast dashed around on roller skates pretending to be locomotives.
Lloyd Webber was living up to his rating as the most powerful person in the American theatre in a list compiled by TheaterWeek magazine.
Lloyd Webber's knighthood in 1992 was awarded for services to the theatre, not only in the US and UK, but throughout the world - at any one time there are dozens of his productions touring, and resident in main cities.
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 CMT.com : Andrew Lloyd Webber : Biography
Unable to finance a stage version, Lloyd Webber and Rice did manage to record their show, and Jesus Christ Superstar went on to sales in the millions all over the world.
The Lloyd Webber-Rice partnership, having proved itself again, was severed (Rice went on to write Chess), and Lloyd Webber next wrote a musical revue based on T.S. Eliot's whimsical poems about Cats (1981).
Lloyd Webber debuted a musical adaptation of the Billy Wilder film Sunset Boulevard in the early '90s and it proved to be one of his rare disappointments, failing to earn either good reviews or healthy ticket sales.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lloyd Webber's spectacular string of hit musicals beginning in the 1970s helped transform London into the major center for new musicals.
Lloyd Webber was knighted in 1992 and created a life peer (Baron Lloyd-Webber of Sydmonton) in 1997.
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber - Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber composer Born: 3/22/1948 Birthplace: London, England Tony Award-winning...
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
From the 1960s to 2000s Lloyd Webber has been constantly updating his style as an eclectic blend of musical genres ranging from classical to rock, pop, and jazz, and with inclusion of electro-acoustic music and choral-like numbers in his musicals.
Andrew Lloyd Webber shot to fame in 1971 with the opening of his rock opera 'Jesus Christ Superstar'.
Andrew Lloyd Webber was knighted in 1992, and created an honorary life peer in 1997 as Baron Lloyd-Webber, of Syndmonton in the County of Hampshire.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber
Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 and grew up in a home in South Kensington, England.
His father, William Southcombe Lloyd Webber, was professor of theory and composition at the Royal College of Music in England.
Andrew and Tim opened the Bible and found the story about Jacob and his son Joseph.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - a potted biography
It therefore surprised no one that their son Andrew was playing violin and piano at the age of five.
Lloyd Webber and Rice responded by releasing 'Superstar' as a single.
Lloyd Webber set music to T.S. Eliot's poems in 'Old Possum's Book Of Practical Cats', but he approached Rice to provide words for the last-minute composition 'Memory'.
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 Kennedy Center: Biographical information for Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lloyd Webber bought the Palace Theatre in 1983 and now owns and has restored seven London theaters including the Palladium and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is a native Londoner, born in South Kensington in 1948.
His father is the composer William Lloyd Webber, his mother the pianist and educator Jean Johnstone Lloyd Webber, his younger brother the world-renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber - musical for stage and screen
Andrew Lloyd Webber's parents were musical, so it is no surprise that he and his brother Julian displayed musical talent at a young age and then followed naturally into careers in music.
Lloyd Webber and Rice didn't always work together, and indeed one production "Jeeves" where Lloyd Webber worked with playwright Alan Ayckbourn was not particular successful.
For his cellist brother Julian Lloyd Webber he wrote "Variations", based upon Paganini's original theme for violin (for which many other composers have provided variations including Brahms and Rachmaninov).
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 Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 and grew up in a musical home in South Kensington, England.
His father, William Southcombe Lloyd Webber, was professor of theory and composition at the Royal College of Music in England, where his mother, Jean, was a singer and violinist.
Besides his many stage compositions, Lloyd Webber has also written film scores, pop songs, a requiem, and is the owner of the Really Useful Company, which, along with producing shows, also owns many of the West End's theatres.
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 Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber showed interest and extraordinary talent in music at a very early age.
In 1956, Webber attended Westminster and composed music for school plays and by 1962, he had won a scholarship to reduce his tuition.
Webber and Rice turned to the Bible and found the story of Jacob and his son Joseph.
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