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This musical release captures a concert held in honor of composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim's 80th birthday, recorded in March of 2010. The performance is hosted by David Hyde Pierce, and features the New York Philharmonic under the conduction of Paul Giamatti, running through renditions of many of Sondheim's Broadway hits like "Something's Coming", "Don't Laugh", and more.