Plus, a 'Cats' joke.
Andrew Lloyd Webber pulled up to his piano during self-isolation on Thursday (March 19) to perform a version of "All I Ask of You" from his Phantom of the Opera after asking his fans to suggest a tune for him to play for them.
"I didn't think I'd ever get such a response to this little tryout! Here I am in my own self-isolation," he wrote in the clip, in which his dog interrupts him and he jokes, "It's alright, it doesn't come from Cats."
The delightful instrumental -- which Webber revealed was in the wrong key because his "arthritic fingers" can't play it otherwise -- wasn't the only gift Lloyd Webber shared. The maestro, who turns 71 on Sunday, got an early birthday greeting on Thursday from acolyte Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote, "It's almost your birthday and you give US gifts," prompting ALW to say thank you and challenge Miranda to a play-off.