How to Analyze the Works of Andrew Lloyd Webber
Presents critiques of four works of the British composer, guiding readers through the principles of critical theory and demonstrating the different perspectives that can be applied in analyzing each musical piece.
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Table of Contents Chapter i Introduction to Critiques
A Closer Look at Andrew Lloyd Webber
An Overview of Jesus Christ Superstar
How to Apply Historical Criticism to Jesus Christ Superstar
An Overview of Evita
How to Apply Feminist Criticism to Evita Chapter 7 An Overview of Cats
How to Apply New Criticism to Cats
An Overview of The Phantom of the Opera
How to Apply Psychoanalytic Criticism to The Phantom of the Opera
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