I find that the most exhilarating song climaxes come from the flurries, fillips, and flourishes the orchestra can add to a song after the singer stops singing. Two of the most striking examples of this are found in my two favorite songs from Kwamina, both sung by the incomparable Sally Ann Howes: "You're As English As" and "What Happened to Me Tonight?" (A question I often ask myself after staggering out of some of today's unspeakable theatrical entities.)
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