Spring Awakening Composer Celebrates His New Solo Album, "Legerdemain," at Carnegie Hall Tonight

News   Spring Awakening Composer Celebrates His New Solo Album, "Legerdemain," at Carnegie Hall Tonight
 
Prolific Spring Awakening composer Duncan Sheik showcases his recently released solo album, "Legerdemain," in a Nov. 21 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York.

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The 16-track CD covers a variety of thoughtful subjects at length—several songs run close to the five-minute mark. Here is a track list:

"Selling Out"
" Avalanche"
" Photograph"
" Birmingham"
" Sometimes"
" Hey You"
" Warning Light"
" Distant Lover"
" Bicycle Thief"
" Acquaintance"
" Brutalized"
" Circling"
" Summer Mourning"
" No Happy End"
" Half A Room"
" So There"

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In addition to Spring Awakening, which is currently being revived on Broadway, and "Legerdemain," Sheik has written full or partial scores for at least four stage musicals in development, including The 46th Minute, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, Noir and American Psycho, the last of which is scheduled to start Broadway previews March 24, 2016, at the Schoenfeld Theatre.

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