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Lady Gaga: Shallownew

Review: A pivotal moment in the 2018 remake of A Star Is Born, Shallow marks the moment at which Lady Gaga's Ally is thrust into the spotlight and the title of the film is fulfilled. Marked by a beautiful and conversational opening passage with opportunities for soloists, the back half of the arrangement stays true to the original melody with effective harmonies, country rock phrasing and a musical assuredness that juxtaposes phenomenally with the hardship and all-or-nothing rhetoric that the text presents.

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8477p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Mac Huff: The Place Where Lost Things Gonew

Review: Nominated for Best Original Song at the 2019 Academy Awards. Have you ever lost something you loved; a toy, a book, a favorite memento? Leave it to Mary Poppins to tell you about the metaphorical space where the things you've lost and loved are waiting anxiously for your return. Not a dry eye will be left in your audience when it is revealed, at the end of the song, the thing for which the Banks children have been pining with all their hearts.

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9956p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Roger Emerson: Nowhere to Go But Upnew

Review: Coming in at the tail end of 2018's Mary Poppins Returns, the balloon lady, a fixture in P.L. Travers' series of children's novels featuring the titular character, sends the Banks family up, up and away on a physical and metaphorical adventure to leave the past behind. Challenging and satisfying, this dense and jovial arrangement from Roger Emerson deftly balances the source material with buoyant charm!

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8496p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Ed Lojeski: The Greatest Showman (Choral Highlights)

Review: The soundtrack for this movie was #1 on the charts for 28 weeks matching The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It continues to remain near the top of the charts, a true testament to the music and message from composers Pasek and Paul. Here is a well crafted medley of the movie's top songs: The Greatest Show, A Million Dreams, This Is Me and Come Alive.

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9964p | Showtrax CD | $49.95 | Add to shopping cart


Lady Gaga: I'll Never Love Again

Review: A Star Is Born became the breakout hit of the fall, garnering universal acclaim, immense box office receipts and a glowing word-of-mouth that made one thing abundantly clear: this music was very good. This climactic, no-holds-barred song gets a full choir treatment worthy of singers looking to achieve raw emotionality with grace.

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8479p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Mark Brymer: A Cover Is Not the Book

Review: A showpiece of technical skill and lyrical wizardry in the 2018 sequel, Mary Poppins Returns, this jaunty and cheeky turn-of-phrase masterclass is a testament to Mark Shaiman's understanding of the enigma that is Lin-Manuel Miranda. With chances for soloists to re-create the wordsmith's most twisting and turning rap sections, the 6/8 romp of the main chorus is absolutely singable and memorable, with a blast being had by all involved!

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9961p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Mark Brymer: Come Alive

Review: The most bombastic, electrifying and show-stopping number from the record-smashing soundtrack to The Greatest Showman is here! Pasek and Paul's call to action is given a full-choir treatment by Mark Brymer, but it's not for the faint of heart. Your choirs will extend their vocal ranges, divisi capabilities and deep-breathing techniques while sending any audience that hears it to their feet!

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8428p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


Mark Brymer: Trip a Little Light Fantastic

Review: Just like the classic Step in Time 54 years prior, Trip a Little Light Fantastic reigns as the no-holds-barred, large-scale production number from the corresponding movie starring everyone's favorite British nanny. With lamplighters taking the stage in lieu of chimney-sweepers, the spirit of this song, which takes its name from an old phrase meaning to dance nimbly, is preserved in this rousing arrangement that shines brightly!

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8497p | Showtrax CD | $26.95 | Add to shopping cart


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