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"Sarah Brightman"
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"Sarah Brightman" Video Collection

1.  Appearing on the 1988 Tony Awards, Sarah Brightman and Michael
Crawford, perform their signature "duet" from "The Phantom of the Opera."

2.  Promoting her latest release "Songs that got away" Sarah makes a
delightful appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson.  Performing
"Dreamers" Sarah is simply delightful!  As she visits with the late night host,
Sarah talks about the songs on her latest album, and how she found some of
them.  From there Johnny asks her about her husband, Andrew Lloyd Webber,
which draws forth some rather interesting comments from Sarah.
In closing, Sarah returns to the stage to perform
"Wishing you were here again."

3.  Returning to "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" Sarah
performs a stirring rendition of "Love Changes Everything."  Looking
elegant in her evening gown, she simply commands your attention!
As she settles in with Johnny, Sarah talks about being on tour performing
the "Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber" throughout the United States,
giving everyone the chance to hear some of Andrew's best work.
After the break, Andrew joins them at the piano for a stirring rendition
of "The Music of the Night."  Truly remarkable!

4.  Making her third appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny
Carson, Sarah sings a delightful selection that seems to be centered
around Mr. Carson, and "Hollywood" titled "Have a nice day."
As they visit, she talks about the end of her marriage to Andrew,
which is quite interesting.  After the break, Sarah performs another
selection, which is simply wonderful!
5.  Unfortunately, the setting for this next moment is not the vehicle
in which that I wish it would have been presented.  "Entertainment Tonight"
6.  "Entertainment Tonight" spotlights the controversy surrounding
the stage production of "Sunset Boulevard" in which Patti LuPone
was replaced by Glenn Close.  During this particular segment,
Sarah talks briefly about the situation.

7.  Joining this next moment in progress, Sarah has stopped by
the set of "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee."  During their moments
together, Sarah talks about her new album "Time to say goodbye."

8.  Returning to the stage, Sarah joins Andrea Bocelli for their duet
"Time to say goodbye."  Taken from a PBS telecast of his performance
from Italy.
9.  "Entertainment Tonight" previews the upcoming celebration in
honor of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 50th Birthday, at The Royal Albert Hall
in London.  During this particular segment, they touch upon the highlights
of the show.

10.  " . . . a night of a thousand stars!"  The Royal Albert Hall Celebration
in honor of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 50th Birthday.  The spotlight brightly
shines on the beauty and elegance of Sarah, as she performs several
selections:  "Music of the Night" and "All I ask of you"
Simply fantastic!

11.  Appearing on "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" Sarah selects one
of the latest tracks from her "Eden" recording to dazzle us with!
As always, she looks wonderful!  After the break, she is simply
engaging!   It's always a pleasure listening to her!


12.  During this "exceptional" Bravo Profile, Sarah steps to the center of the stage,
where she remains the focus of our attention for nearly an hour!  Rather than
spending a good share of the time, dipping into the past, the bulk of the program
is focused on her current world tour, in support of "La Luna."  We are given an
exclusive "backstage" view into the process of how she puts her show together, 
from the smallest detail, to the grandness of the concert stage.  Throughout the
program, Sarah glides us through her life, with glimpses of her childhood, her days
in London, working on the stage in "Phantom" and the success that has followed
her into the present.  In addition to Sarah's lovely presence, we also hear from 
her family and friends, as they talk fondly of her.  Plus so much more!  
It's an exceptional hour!  One of the BEST!

"Thank you"
for taking the time to read through these rather lengthy descriptions!
I know it seems rather "incredible" to believe!
All these moments from the past.
Moments that you might have missed recording.
And those that you have only heard about!
Throughout the years, I've shared many of these clips from my collection
with my friends, and they have always been amazed by all the appearances
that I managed to record.  To ensure the highest quality possible, I use a
"dual deck vcr" when I'm sharing any of these moments from my collection.
I would like to trade for shows that I don't have and a few other things.
If this isn't possible, I'm then asking for enough to purchase a video cassette,
the cost of shipping, and however many hours it takes to do this.
I look forward to hearing from you!



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