By Andrew Lloyd Webber
This keepsake folio positive aspects full-color images from the beautiful creation in addition to piano/vocal preparations of nine songs, together with: All I Ask of You * Angel of song * Masquerade * The track of the evening * The Phantom of the Opera * the purpose of No go back * Prima Donna * give some thought to Me * Wishing You have been someway right here back.
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