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The Sound of Rodgers & Hammerstein

Helena Blackman Audio CD
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CD Description

Best known as runner-up in the BBC s How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, West End star Helena Blackman releases her debut solo album The Sound of Rodgers & Hammerstein, celebrating her ongoing association with this legendary musical theatre writing duo. She is joined in two exclusive duets by the number one classical charting singer Jonathan Ansell and her fellow West End star Daniel Boys.

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"Helena Blackman's voice soars to the yearning high notes, and yet she is not afraid to sing in the softest whisper. Every word is clear and cuts to the heart." --The Times

"She gives a sparklingly assured performance." --The Guardian

"Blackman sings powerfully and with a sweet sincerity." --The Times

About the Artist

Having captured the nation s attention and the unfailing support of Andrew Lloyd Webber on How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, Helena subsequently headlined the acclaimed UK tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein s South Pacific, and starred in the West End première of Stephen Sondheim s Saturday Night. Her many other theatre credits include Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz and the title role in Gypsy
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