|re: A few FOLLIES thoughts|
|Posted by: Michael_Portantiere 12:03 am EDT 04/10/21|
|In reply to: re: A few FOLLIES thoughts - IvyLeagueDropout 09:42 pm EDT 04/09/21|
|Good point, but I honestly think Stritch was the type that could get people like Herbert Ross, Paul Gemignani, and yes even Sondheim to defer to her, at least to a certain extent. I suppose if any of those people had really HATED the slow tempo, they might not have allowed Stritch to sing the song that way, but short of that, they may have let her go with it just because they didn't want the emotional drama of fighting her on it. Of course, this is just speculation on my part, but I'm kind of thinking that if anyone else had sung "Broadway Baby" in that concert, they would have sung it more or less the tempo we hear on the original Broadway cast album.|
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