Barbara Cook, legendary star of the Broadway musicals “The Music Man,” “She Loves Me” and “Candide,” died this morning at 89. The cause was respiratory failure, her son Adam LeGrant told The Post. Slender, beautiful, blond and blessed with lyric soprano voice as clear as crystal, Cook, who was born in Atlanta, became Broadway’s most...
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