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The Welsh songbird flies over the Atlantic to pluck some American classics for her Collection.
When West Side Story premiered, one New York critic said that it took up 'the American musical idiom where it was left when George Gershwin died.' Certainly West Side Story, like Porgy and Bess, is a landmark in the development of musical theatre. 'Never before had there been such a successful and thrilling mix of music, dance and plot,' says Katherine, 'each of them integral to the whole and totally complementing each other. And what great tunes, I love it.'
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