As part of the yearlong celebration of Sondheim's 80th, NY TIMES music critic Anthony Tommasini posted a lovely little recital yesterday in which he deconstructs the master's music and marvels at Sonheim's ingenuity as a composer. It's a must-view for musical theatre fanatics like myself. I especially loved his discussion of "Merrilly We Roll Along", Sondheim's 1981 Broadway flop which now is considered possibly his most interesting score. I was in a production of this show back at Wildwood Summer Theatre and, though the show didn't make much sense, the music still resonates with me today. Not a day goes by....indeed.