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When we finally came to start work on this, the joy was it was only Joel and I, we didnt have to answer to anybody, and
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"When we finally came to start work on this, the joy was it was only Joel and I, we didn't have to answer to anybody, and we didn't have to submit a screen play or anything like that. We just wrote it and then made it"

- Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This quote by Andrew Lloyd Webber talks to the pleasure of creative freedom. He and Joel were able to work on their job without needing to answer to anybody or submit a screenplay. This flexibility allowed them to write and make the job with no outdoors interference. This quote likewise talks to the power of partnership. By working together, they had the ability to create something that was greater than the sum of its parts. The delight of collaborating and having creative liberty is something that is typically ignored in the innovative procedure. It is a suggestion that collaboration and freedom can lead to great things. By interacting and having the freedom to develop, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Joel had the ability to produce something unique.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Andrew Lloyd Webber somewhere between March 22, 1948 and today. He was a famous Composer from United Kingdom. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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