Working on a Song: The Lyrics of Hadestown
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Working On A Song is one of the best books about lyric writing for the theater I've read.--Lin-Manuel MirandaAna s Mitchell named to TIME's List of the 100 Most Influential People in the World of 2020 An illuminating book of lyrics and stories from Hadestown--the winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical--from its author, songwriter Ana s Mitchell with a foreword by Steve Earle
On Broadway, this fresh take on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice has become a modern classic. Heralded as The best new musical of the season, by The Wall Street Journal, and Sumptuous. Gorgeous. As good as it gets, by The New York Times, the show was a breakout hit, with its poignant social commentary, and spellbinding music and lyrics. In this book, Ana s Mitchell takes readers inside her more than decade's-long process of building the musical from the ground up--detailing her inspiration, breaking down the lyrics, and opening up the process of creation that gave birth to Hadestown. Fans and newcomers alike will love this deeply thoughtful, revealing look at how the songs from the underground evolved, and became the songs we sing again and again.
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