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Encyclopedia > Thomas Z. Shepard

Thomas Z. Shepard is a recording producer who is most well-known for his recordings of Broadway musicals, especially the works of Stephen Sondheim. He has produced all the original cast recording of Sondheim, in addition to the original cast recordings of Mame, Gypsy and the revived No, No, Nanette. An accomplished pianist, composer, arranger and conductor, he is also a Grammy Award winning classical recording producer.

Thomas Shepard is a twelve-time Grammy Award winner.

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Shepard's literary reputation is based largely on these journal entries reflecting his religious experience and published for the first time here.
Thomas Shepard (1605-1649) was an American Puritan minister and a significant figure in early colonial New England.
Shepard was regarded as one of the foremost Puritan ministers of his day, esteemed in the company of individuals like Increase Mather and John Cotton.
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