The creative journey behind the highly anticipated “JO – The Little Women Musical” production unveils an illustrated lyric video for their latest single “Little Women” released on streaming platforms yesterday.
Set against rich illustrations evoking 19th century book imagery, fans can connect deeper with the coming-of-age story as matriarch Marmee, performed by Kim Huber, imparts wisdom onto her daughters performed by Miyuki Miyagi, Sophie Pollono, Veronica Robinson, and Jenna Lea Rosen.
As lyricist John Gabriel Koladziej stated, “The song “Little Women” is about passing the torch to a new generation.” While co-lyricist Christina Harding added, “There comes a time for every parent when they can no longer give answers to their children, but they can teach them a code to live by, from which they can divine their own answers.”
Koladziej further described, “The challenge was to take an iconic image from the novel and transform it into a definitive moment in these characters’ lives, through words and harmony.”
Composer Dan Redfield shaped the folk-inspired melodies and essence to embody the musical’s central themes of family, home, and carrying traditions forward through a sweeping choral arrangement.
The visual style transports fans into the familiar warmth of the March family residence. This single marks the second release from “JO – The Little Women Musical” as anticipation continues from critics and backers. The illustrated lyrics help reveal an early glimpse into the magic awaiting audiences.
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