Kristin Chenoweth – The Art Of Elegance | 2016 | FLAC

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Kristin Chenoweth – The Art Of Elegance | 2016 | FLAC
 Artist: Kristin Chenoweth
Title: The Art Of Elegance
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Concord Records
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Pop
Quality: flac lossless
Total Time: 00:50:47
Total Size: 287 mb
01. Someone to Watch over Me
02. I’ve Got a Crush on You (feat. Dave Koz)
03. Let’s Fall in Love
04. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
05. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
06. The Very Thought of You (feat. Dave Koz)
07. They Can’t Take That Away from Me
08. A House Is Not a Home
09. I Get Along Without You Very Well
10. Skylark
11. I’m a Fool to Want You
12. Smile
13. You’re My Saving Grace…
Kristin Chenoweth went from strength to strength around the turn of the 21st
century, beginning with an award-winning stage career on Broadway that
later expanded into television roles and a recording contract. The
photogenic soprano grew up in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and attended the
nearby Oklahoma City University, where she earned a bachelor”s degree in musical theater and a master”s degree in opera performance. She also
won a Most Talented Up-and-Coming Singer award in the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions, which entitled her to a full scholarship at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. Before matriculating,
however, she auditioned for an off-Broadway production of Dames at Sea
and landed the part, which prompted her to relocate to New York and turn professional instead. She followed Dames at Sea with a stint in the
long-running off-Broadway musical The Fantasticks, played leading roles
at such prestigious regional theaters as the Goodspeed Opera House and
the Guthrie Theatre, and served as Jerome Robbins” guest soloist in his
West Side Story Suite of Dances at the New York City Ballet. Chenoweth
made her Broadway debut in Scapin, then moved on to the John Kander-Fred Ebb musical Steel Pier, for which she won a Theatre World Award.
Additional awards were earned for her work in the 1999 Broadway revival
of You”re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, which earned her the Tony Award for Best Supporting Actress (along with similar accolades from the Drama
Desk and the Outer Critics Circle). In the 1999-2000 season, she
appeared in the Broadway comedy Epic Proportions and an ABC-TV
adaptation of the Broadway musical Annie, while also starring in the
City Center Encores! production of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
(February 10-13, 2000). On May 29, 2001, Chenoweth”s first album as a
solo vocalist, Let Yourself Go, was released by the Sony Classical
label. Her NBC-TV situation comedy, Kristin, had its premiere several
months later, cementing Chenoweth”s star power across several media
formats. On the loosely autobiographical show, Chenoweth played Kristin
Yancey, an Oklahoma native who comes to New York City to make it in show business (unlike the actress herself, however, the character has to
settle for an office job). Chenoweth embarked on her first national tour that summer, accompanied by the Seattle Men”s Chorus, but she returned
to Broadway soon after, having landed the role of Glinda in the soon to
be award-winning musical Wicked. Debuting in 2003, the show was a
massive success that boosted Chenoweth”s profile even further. A
recurring role in the television show The West Wing followed in 2004,
and Chenoweth also furthered her music career with albums like As I Am
and the holiday-themed A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas. By the time 2010 rolled around, she”d landed another Broadway role — this one in the
revival of Promises, Promises — and made appearances in more television shows, including Glee and Pushing Daisies. In 2011, Chenoweth
celebrated her Oklahoma upbringing with the country-tinged album Some
Lessons Learned; it debuted at 14 on Billboard”s country albums chart.
She returned to the stage for 2014″s Coming Home, a live album recorded
in her hometown of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
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