What is another word for sondheim?
[ sˈɒndha͡ɪm], [ sˈɒndhaɪm], [ s_ˈɒ_n_d_h_aɪ_m]
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Synonyms for Sondheim:
n.• Stephen Sondheim (noun)
How to use "Sondheim" in context?
There is no one definitive definition of "sondheim." For some, he is the dark, satirical mind behind some of the most critically acclaimed and far-reaching musicals of our time, such as "Leatherface" and "Company." For others, he is the impish, sometimes wise-cracking singer, songwriter and pianist behind such pop gems as "Follies" and "A Little Night Music." And still others may simply refer to him as one of the "Great American Songwriters," a label he has both earned and deserved time and time again.
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