A month or so ago, I wrote a couple article here and here about legendary Broadway lyricist Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof, The Apple Tree, the Pultizer Prize-winning Fiorello! and much more) celebrating his 90th birthday, and a new double-CD being released of his "Hidden Treasures" -- recording of songs that were either cut from shows or lost to time.
As a sort of follow-up to that, NPR did a very interesting, six-minute piece of him and the CD. It's a collection of commentary; interview with Harnick, director Harold Prince and others; and excerpts of some of the cut songs.
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