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September 13, 2004 Fred Ebb, the lyricist behind such classic Broadway musicals as Chicago, Cabaret and New York, New York, died of a heart attack Saturday at his home in New York. Ebb was said to be "sweetly vague" about his age, but was believed to be 76.
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February 26, 2003 With his writing partner, Fred Ebb, Kander wrote the music for the original Broadway musical Chicago. The movie version of Chicago is nominated for 13 Academy Awards this year. Kander and Ebb are nominated for their song "I Move On." Kander and Ebb also wrote the music for the shows Cabaret, The Act, Woman of the Year, and Flora the Red Meance, and the Martin Scorsese movie musical New York, New York. Both Chicago and Cabaret have recently been revived on Broadway.
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