LoveMusik review

Album lyrics:
  1. Act 1
  2. Speak Low
  3. Nanna's Lied
  4. Kiddush
  5. Song of the Rhineland Song of the Rhineland Video
  6. Klops Lied (Meatball Song)
  7. Berlin Im Licht
  8. Tango Ballad
  9. Alabama Song
  10. Girl of the Moment 
  11. Moritat 
  12. Schickelgruber 
  13. Come to Paris 
  14. I Don't Love You 
  15. Wouldn't You Like to Be On Broadway? Wouldn't You Like to Be On Broadway? Video
  16. Alabama Song (Reprise) 
  17. Act 2
  18. Very, Very, Very Very, Very, Very Video
  19. It's Never Too Late To Mendelssohn 
  20. Surabaya Johnny
  21. Youkali
  22. Buddy On The Night Shift
  23. That's Him
  24. Hosannah Rockefeller 
  25. I Don't Love You, Reprise 
  26. The Illusion Wedding Show 
  27. It Never Was You
  28. Birds Of Passage 
  29. September Song

LoveMusik review

"LoveMusik" Review - Broadway musical

Alfred Uhry decided to write the script for the musical after reading the correspondence of the famous composer and his wife. Thanks to this, the audience has witnessed feelings that reigned in the inner world of these creative people. History of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya is told to the public through the songs, which he wrote at different times. The fate of Lotte & her husband had many tragedies, but also they experienced the joyful moments. The main one among them in the fate of the characters is a meeting on the lake, after which the young people have decided not to separate.

Got married, they survived times of fame & faced with the looming nightmare of Nazism. Composer reflected the feelings at certain points in their lives via songs. This allowed Uhry not bind the pieces of music in the plot to the actual chronology of their creation. In the narration, the author chose the songs that he believes were most fully expressing feelings of Kurt & his wife in every period of time. The yearning for better times could be heard in the voices of the performers when their heroes faced with the harsh reality – the Second World War. Becoming refugees, they realized that they would never return to their home country again. Married in the USA for the second time, spouses again tried to find their own happiness. The composer succeeded, but not his wife.

Lenya survived many difficult moments. In spite of past suffering, the strongest hit was the death of her beloved husband. Although their marriage had an open character, she couldn’t stand such a loss. Not withstanding the harshness, a woman was ready to break down, but a loyal friend came to her aid. George Davis gave Lenya purpose in life and later became her second husband, despite his gender world outlook.
Last Update:April, 21st 2016

LoveMusik review
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