AN LSW / TIM WILLIAMS AWARDS (TWA)
2009/10 MUSICAL SAMPLING
- 25 SONGS 

(Please click on each title.  Each song is introduced with its title, composer, lyricist, originating performer/interpreter,
dramatic scenario & suggested musical style - the latter two exactly as originally presented to the participating TWA composer. 
Brief notations of the West End credits of the participating performers can be found here.)

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SO BEAUTIFUL; SO WISE


BURN

I AM NO GOOD AT LOVE

"What composing talent, what interpretive skill … and what fun!" -  British Theatre Guide

WHAT CASE I?

THE EARTH EXHALES

ANDRONICUS RETURNS


BOY ACTOR

OPEN MY EYES

FAULT LINES

IF THOU WILT

“LSW performs with a power and an intensity that is all too rarely seen on today’s stages ….
We were treated to electrifying performances, up close and personal. ….
There can be no question but that these performances made an indelible mark on every one of its audience members.” 
 
 
 
METRO 

WHEN I WAS

LA PETITE MORT

MISS LUCY

(This song is by the late Tim Williams.  Each OUT OF THE PIANO performance
features at least one original composition by the late Tim Williams.)

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TEND

WE WEAR THE MASK

ON MONSIEUR'S DEPARTURE

(There was a brief interruption in the performance of this song when the production booth began to play
a recorded track of the music leaving the composer to compete on the keyboard with himself.  As this led to much merriment
the interruption has been left in for your enjoyment, following which, however, the song can be heard in its full glory.).

O WICKED MR BEST

SHE ABOVE

DO I BELIEVE IN GOD?

LIVE HENCE BY TRUTH

SPRUNG

PRESENTIMENT

IT ALL COMES OUT OF THE PIANO

(This song, from which the second TWA programme took its title, is by Frank Lazarus and Dick Vosburgh. 
Frank Lazarus is the composer of the Tony Award winning 'A Night in Hollywood; A Day in the Ukraine') 

ON TAMIL HILL

GO, GO, GO


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enough depth to engage the oldest audience members.”  

 
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