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FYS 100 (14) - From Comedy to Cannibalism  

Course guide for Dr. Anderson's First-Year Seminar
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2013 URL: Print Guide

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Recommended Websites

  • The Stephen Sondheim Reference Guide
    Michael H. Hutchins' comprehensive site offers information about Sondheim's shows, songs, productions, recordings, performers, film projects, etc. Includes an extensive bibliography and web links.
  • The Stephen Sondheim Society
    The principal aim of the Stephen Sondheim Society is to promote the works of Stephen Sondheim in the UK and elsewhere, and to create a greater interest and appreciation of them by means of circulating information and providing a focal point where those interested can share such interests.
  • The Sondheim Review
    The website of The Sondheim Review includes a handy index to the printed magazine, which is shelved in Parsons Music Library.
  • IBDB: The official source for Broadway Information
    IBDB (Internet Broadway Database) is the official database for Broadway theatre information. IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.

Sondheim Recordings

In addition to multiple cast recordings of Sondheim's musicals (shelved in RM1527.S6) the Music Library also has the following CDs:

Sondheim Sings
Call Number: RM1527.S6 S6 v. 1-2
Private -- and very revealing -- recordings of his own songs that Sondheim made "for fun."

Call Number: RM1527.S83 G9 1959a
Lyrics by Sondheim, music by Jule Styne

The Story So Far...
Call Number: RM1527.S6 S8 (oversize)
Four-disc overview of Sondheim's career, including lesser-known shows and songs.

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