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Renee Fleming


Decca Classics

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1 Rodgers & Hammerstein: Loneliness of Evening  
2 Sondheim/Rodgers & Hammerstein arr. Fisher: Children Will Listen/You've Got to be Taught  
3 Pasek & Paul: So Big So Small  
4 Rodgers & Hammerstein: Something Wonderful  
5 Rodgers & Hammerstein: Wonderful Guy  
6 Tesori/Crawley: Lay Down Your Head  
7 Porter: Down in the Depths  
8 Kander/Ebb: Love and Love Alone/Winter  
9 Bock/Harnick: Dear Friend  
10 Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Music  
11 Yeston: Unusual Way  
12 Wilson: Till There Was You  
13 Sondheim: The Glamorous Life  
14 Lloyd Webber/Black: Tell Me on A Sunday  
15 Sting: August Winds  
16 Kern/Hammerstein: All the Things You Are  
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Currently wowing theatre-goers in the US with her Tony-nominated performance in Carousel, Grammy-winning soprano Renée Fleming announces her new album ‘Broadway', to be released on Decca Classics on Friday 7th September. Celebrating musical theatre, the album features a diverse array of great songs for the stage by composers including Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Pasek & Paul, and Rodgers & Hammerstein, as well as a special guest duet with the Hamilton, television and film star, Leslie Odom, Jr.

Fleming made her Broadway musical debut this April as Nettie Fowler in the hit new production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's beloved Carousel. She received glowing reviews and even a Tony nomination – the prestigious awards ceremony takes place this Sunday. The Hollywood Reporter described her performance in Carousel as "superb" and "sheer euphoria", and Newsweek said, "she is divine".

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