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Singers Library of Musical Theatre

For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind.

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 1

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (from Pal Joey) - Come to My Garden (from The Secret Garden) - I Could Have Danced All Night (from My Fair Lady) - I Loved You Once in Silence (from Camelot) - The Lady Is a Tramp (from Babes in Arms) - Look to the Rainbow (from Finian's Rainbow) - Mamma Mia (from Mamma Mia!) - Show Me (from My Fair Lady) - Someone to Watch Over Me (from Oh, Kay) - Summertime (from Porgy and Bess) - Waiting for Life (from Once on This Island) - and more.

Songlist: BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BEWILDERED (from 'PAL JOEY'), FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE (from 'The Boys From Syracuse'), I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT (from 'My Fair Lady'), The Lady is a Tramp, MAN I LOVE, THE (from 'Strike Up the Band'), SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME (from 'Oh, Kay'), SUMMERTIME (from 'Porgy and Bess'), HOW COULD I EVER KNOW? (from 'The Secret Garden'), LOVE WHO YOU LOVE (from 'A Man of No Importance'), PRINCESS (from 'A Man of No Importance'), NAMELY YOU (from 'Li'l Abner'), I LOVED YOU ONCE IN SILENCE (from 'Camelot'), SHOW ME (from 'My Fair Lady'), SIMPLE JOYS OF MAIDENHOOD, THE (from 'Camelot'), COME TO MY GARDEN (from 'The Secret Garden'), and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 1

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: And All That Jazz - Another Op'nin', Another Show - Anything Goes - Beauty and the Beast - Don't Rain on My Parade - Everything's Coming up Roses - Hernando's Hideaway - I Get a Kick Out of You - I Got Rhythm - I Love Paris - Miss Byrd - My Funny Valentine - People - Rose's Turn - Send in the Clowns - Sunday in the Park with George - Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets) - When You're Good to Mama - and more.

Songlist: Home, When I Look At You, Anything Goes, Beauty And The Beast, With You, And All That Jazz, Easy To Be Hard, Another Op'nin', Another Show, The Story Goes On, People, Goodbye, My Love, Back To Before, By The Sea, C'est Magnifique, I Wish I Could Forget You, and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 1

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: Corner of the Sky (Pippin) - The Games I Play (Falsettos) - I've Got a Crush on You (Strike Up the Band) - Not While I'm Around (Sweeney Todd) - On the Street Where You Live (My Fair Lady) - and more.

Songlist: (You'd Be So) Easy to Love, HEY THERE (from 'The Pajama Game'), I'VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU (from 'Strike Up The Band!'), ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE (from 'My Fair Lady'), CORNER OF THE SKY (from 'Pippin'), NOT WHILE I'M AROUND (from 'Sweeney Todd'), MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY (from 'Do Re Mi'), MISTER CELLOPHANE (from 'Chicago'), WHEN I GET MY NAME IN LIGHTS (from 'The Boy from Oz'), STREETS OF DUBLIN, THE (from 'A Man of No Importance'), THE GAMES I PLAY (from 'Falsettos'), RACE YOU TO THE TOP OF THE MORNING (from 'The Secret Garden'), WHERE IN THE WORLD (from 'The Secret Garden'), I'D RATHER BE SAILING (from 'A New Brain'), ASKING FOR YOU (from 'Do Re Mi'), and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 1

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: Comedy Tonight (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum) - Get Me to the Church on Time (My Fair Lady) - If Ever I Would Leave You (Camelot) - Make Them Hear You (Ragtime, The Musical) - They Call the Wind Maria (Paint Your Wagon) - Try to Remember (The Fantasticks) - and more.

Songlist: If I Can't Love Her, Razzle Dazzle, Make Them Hear You, Come Along With Me, Camelot, Clap Yo' Hands, Comedy Tonight, If I Had My Druthers, Closer Than Ever, At Night She Comes Home To Me, Easier To Love, Eating Myself Up Alive, Where's The Girl, Get Me To The Church On Time, How To Handle A Woman, and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: All for You (Saturday Night) - Autumn (Starting Here, Starting Now) - Ballad of Dependency (The Threepenny Opera) - The Boy Friend (The Boy Friend) - Bring on Tomorrow (Fame - The Musical) - Goodbye, Little Dream, Goodbye (Anything Goes 1988 Revival) - I Speak Six Languages (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - I'm a Stranger Here Myself (One Touch of Venus) - Jilted (Of Thee I Sing) - Just Imagine (Good News) - A Little Bit in Love (Wonderful Town) - A Little Bit of Good (Chicago) - Long Ago (Half a Sixpense) - Love in a Home (Lil' Abner) - Love Is Sweeping the Country (Of Thee I Sing) - Mira (Carnival) - My Love Is on the Way (The Golden Apple) - My Man's Gone Now (Porgy and Bess) - Once Upon a Dream (Jekyll & Hyde) - Only Love (Scarlet Pimpernel) - Patterns (Closer Than Ever) - Practically Perfect (Mary Poppins - Stage Version) - Romance (The Desert Song) - Safety in Numbers (The Boy Friend) - The Sailor of My Dreams (Dames at Sea) - Some Other Time (On the Town) - The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze (The Mikado) - Tell Me (Marie Christine) - This Is All Very New to Me (Plain and Fancy) - Timid Frieda (Les Timides) (Jacques Brel Is Alive & Well & Living in Paris) - Was She Prettier Than I? (High Spirits) - Why Shouldn't I? (Jubilee) - Windflowers (The Golden Apple) - Yes, My Heart (Carnival).

Songlist: AUTUMN, SOME OTHER TIME (from 'On The Town'), LOVE IS SWEEPING THE COUNTRY (from 'Of Thee I Sing'), MY MAN'S GONE NOW (from 'Porgy and Bess'), ALL FOR YOU, I'M A STRANGER HERE MYSELF, ROMANCE (from 'The Desert Song'), BRING ON TOMORROW (from 'Fame-The Musical'), A LITTLE BIT OF GOOD (from 'Chicago'), BALLAD OF DEPENDENCY, GOODBYE, LITTLE DREAM, GOODBYE (from 'Red, Hot and Blue'), I SPEAK SIX LANGUAGES (from 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'), JILTED, JUST IMAGINE (from 'Good News'), LITTLE BIT IN LOVE, A (from 'Wonderful Town'), and more

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8375b | Songbook | $14.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart


Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles: My Own Best Friend (Chicago) - Back on Base (Closer Than Ever) - That Mister Man of Mine (Dames at Sea) - A Little Brains, A Little Talent (Damn Yankees) - Something of My Own (Dessa Rose) - I Know the Truth (Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida) - Holding to the Ground (Falsettos) - Think of Meryl Streep (Fame: The Musical) - A Little Girl from Little Rock (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) - Lazy Afternoon (The Golden Apple) - What Is a Woman? (I Do, I Do) - Old Friend (I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road) - Last Midnight (Into the Woods) - Moments in the Woods (Into the Woods) - Somewhere That's Green (Little Shop of Horrors) - West End Avenue (The Magic Show) - Tell Me Why (A Man of No Importance) - Take It on the Chin (Me and My Girl) - Like It Was (Merrily We Roll Along) - The Music Still Plays On (A New Brain) - Mad About the Boy (Oh! Coward) - It's a Fine Life (Oliver!) - How Can I Wait? (Paint Your Wagon) - Zip (Pal Joey) - My Cousin in Milwaukee (Pardon My English) - Notice Me Horton (Seussical the Musical) - Wonderful, Wonderful Day (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) - What a Nice Idea (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - If You Hadn't but You Did (Two on the Aisle ) - Over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz) - Millwork (Working).

Songlist: OVER THE RAINBOW (from 'The Wizard of Oz'), MILLWORK (from 'Working'), SOMEWHERE THAT'S GREEN (from 'Little Shop of Horrors'), ZIP (from 'Pal Joey'), MY COUSIN IN MILWAUKEE (from 'Pardon My English'), TELL ME WHY (from 'A Man of No Importance'), SOMETHING OF MY OWN (from 'Dessa Rose'), BACK ON BASE (from 'Closer Than Ever'), HOLDING TO THE GROUND (from 'Falsettos'), THE MUSIC STILL PLAYS ON (from 'A New Brain'), MAD ABOUT THE BOY (from 'Words and Music'), WONDERFUL WONDERFUL DAY (from 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'), THINK OF MERYL STREEP (from 'Fame-The Musical'), A LITTLE BRAINS, A LITTLE TALENT (from 'Damn Yankees'), A LITTLE GIRL FROM LITTLE (from 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'), and more

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8376b | Songbook | $14.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart


Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: I'm Not That Smart (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - My Unfortunate Erection (Chip's Lament) (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - Dames (42nd Street) - Radames' Letter (Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida) - The Gypsy in Me (Anything Goes (1988 Revival)) - Ballad of Booth (Part III) (Assassins) - What Am I Doin'? (Closer Than Ever) - Broadway Baby (Dames at Sea) - Blah, Blah, Blah (Delicious) - When the Earth Stopped Turning (Elegies) - You Gotta Die Sometime (Falsettos) - I Want to Make Magic (Fame: The Musical) - Sandy (Grease) - Donna (Hair) - Different (Honk!) - The Phone Call (Lucky Stiff) - Knowing Me, Knowing You (Mamma Mia) - To Each His Dulcinea (Man of La Mancha) - Larger Than Life (My Favorite Year) - I'm Falling in Love with Someone (Naughty Marrietta) - And They're Off (A New Brain) - Stouthearted Men (The New Moon) - Lucky to Be Me (On the Town) - A New Town Is a Blue Town (The Pajama Game) - Extraordinary (Pippin) - There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York (Porgy and Bess) - You Took Advantage of Me (Present Arms) - Alone in the Universe (Seussical the Musical) - Something to Live For (Sophisticated Ladies) - Strike Up The Band (Strike Up The Band) - Ballad of the Easy Life (The Threepenny Opera) - Calla Lily Lady (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - Love's Revenge (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - They Won't Know Me (Wish You Were Here) - If I Only Had a Brain (The Wizard of Oz)

Songlist: BLAH, BLAH, BLAH (from 'Delicious'), STRIKE UP THE BAND! (from 'Strike up the Band'), THERE'S A BOAT DATS LEAVIN' SOON FOR NEW YORK (from 'Porgy and Bess'), LUCKY TO BE ME (from 'On the Town'), STOUTHEARTED MEN (from 'The New Moon'), WHAT AM I DOIN' (from 'Closer than Ever'), YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME (from 'Present Arms'), YOU GOTTA DIE SOMETIME (from 'Falsettos'), AND THEY'RE OFF (from 'A New Brain'), WHEN THE EARTH STOPPED TURNING (from 'Elegies: A Song Cycle'), I WANT TO MAKE MAGIC (from 'Fame-The Musical'), ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE (from 'Seussical the Musical'), BALLAD OF THE EASY LIFE (from 'The Threepenny Opera'), BROADWAY BABY (from 'Dames at Sea'), CALLA LILY LADY (from 'Two Gentlemen of Verona'), and more

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8377b | Songbook | $14.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart


Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: Everything Old Is New Again (The Boy from Oz) - She's My Love (Carnival) - Those Were the Good Old Days! (Damn Yankees) - A Jug of Wine (The Day Before Spring) - Anyone Would Love You (Destry Rides Again) - All of My Life (Do Re Mi) - After Today (Dr. Doolittle) - Gigi (Gigi) - Store-Bought Suit (The Golden Apple) - The Best Things in Life Are Free (Good News) - Where Do I Go? (Hair) - I Love My Wife (I Do! I Do!) - It's a Well Known Fact (I Do! I Do!) - No More (Into the Woods) - They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me (Irene) - Progress Is the Root of All Evil (Lil' Abner) - Love Who You Love (A Man of No Importance) - Marriage Proposal (March of the Falsettos) - Me and My Girl (Me and My Girl) - Reviewing the Situation (Oliver!) - I Talk to the Trees (Paint Your Wagon) - Isn't It a Pity? (Pardon My English) - No One Has Ever Loved Me (Passion) - I'm Back in Circulation (Redhead) - Love's a Bond (Saturday Night) - Bless Your Beautiful Hide (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) - I Don't Remember Christmas (Starting Here, Starting Now) - Once in a Lifetime (Stop The World I Want to Get Off) - The Barber and His Wife (Sweeney Todd) - The Mansion (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - If I Were the King of the Forest (The Wizard of Oz) - A Quiet Girl (Wonderful Town).

Songlist: BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE, THE (from 'Good News'), ISN'T IT A PITY? (from 'Pardon My English'), LOVE WHO YOU LOVE (from 'A Man of No Importance'), EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN (from 'The Boy from Oz'), MARRIAGE PROPOSAL (from 'Falsettos'), I TALK TO THE TREES (from 'Paint Your Wagon'), BLESS YORE BEAUTIFUL HIDE (from 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'), A JUG OF WINE (from 'The Day Before Spring'), A QUIET GIRL (from 'A Wonderful Town'), A WELL KNOWN FACT (from 'I Do, I Do'), AFTER TODAY (from 'Dr. Doolittle'), ALL OF MY LIFE (from 'Do, Re, Mi'), ANYONE WOULD LOVE YOU (from 'Destry Rides Again'), GIGI (from 'Gigi'), I DON'T REMEMBER CHRISTMAS (from 'Starting Here, Starting Now'), and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: All for You (Saturday Night) - Autumn (Starting Here, Starting Now) - Ballad of Dependency (The Threepenny Opera) - The Boy Friend (The Boy Friend) - Bring on Tomorrow (Fame - The Musical) - Goodbye, Little Dream, Goodbye (Anything Goes 1988 Revival) - I Speak Six Languages (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - I'm a Stranger Here Myself (One Touch of Venus) - Jilted (Of Thee I Sing) - Just Imagine (Good News) - A Little Bit in Love (Wonderful Town) - A Little Bit of Good (Chicago) - Long Ago (Half a Sixpense) - Love in a Home (Lil' Abner) - Love Is Sweeping the Country (Of Thee I Sing) - Mira (Carnival) - My Love Is on the Way (The Golden Apple) - My Man's Gone Now (Porgy and Bess) - Once Upon a Dream (Jekyll & Hyde) - Only Love (Scarlet Pimpernel) - Patterns (Closer Than Ever) - Practically Perfect (Mary Poppins - Stage Version) - Romance (The Desert Song) - Safety in Numbers (The Boy Friend) - The Sailor of My Dreams (Dames at Sea) - Some Other Time (On the Town) - The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze (The Mikado) - Tell Me (Marie Christine) - This Is All Very New to Me (Plain and Fancy) - Timid Frieda (Les Timides) (Jacques Brel Is Alive & Well & Living in Paris) - Was She Prettier Than I? (High Spirits) - Why Shouldn't I? (Jubilee) - Windflowers (The Golden Apple) - Yes, My Heart (Carnival).

Songlist: AUTUMN, SOME OTHER TIME (from 'On The Town'), LOVE IS SWEEPING THE COUNTRY (from 'Of Thee I Sing'), MY MAN'S GONE NOW (from 'Porgy and Bess'), ALL FOR YOU, I'M A STRANGER HERE MYSELF, ROMANCE (from 'The Desert Song'), BRING ON TOMORROW (from 'Fame-The Musical'), A LITTLE BIT OF GOOD (from 'Chicago'), BALLAD OF DEPENDENCY, GOODBYE, LITTLE DREAM, GOODBYE (from 'Red, Hot and Blue'), I SPEAK SIX LANGUAGES (from 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'), JILTED, JUST IMAGINE (from 'Good News'), LITTLE BIT IN LOVE, A (from 'Wonderful Town'), and more

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8383b | Songbook | $29.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart


Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles: My Own Best Friend (Chicago) - Back on Base (Closer Than Ever) - That Mister Man of Mine (Dames at Sea) - A Little Brains, A Little Talent (Damn Yankees) - Something of My Own (Dessa Rose) - Ladies (Destry Rides Again) - I Know the Truth (Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida) - Holding to the Ground (Falsettos) - Think of Meryl Streep (Fame: The Musical) - A Little Girl from Little Rock (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) - Lazy Afternoon (The Golden Apple) - What Is a Woman? (I Do, I Do) - Old Friend (I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road) - Last Midnight (Into the Woods) - Moments in the Woods (Into the Woods) - Somewhere That's Green (Little Shop of Horrors) - West End Avenue (The Magic Show) - Tell Me Why (A Man of No Importance) - Take It on the Chin (Me and My Girl) - Like It Was (Merrily We Roll Along) - The Music Still Plays On (A New Brain) - Mad About the Boy (Oh! Coward) - It's a Fine Life (Oliver!) - How Can I Wait? (Paint Your Wagon) - Zip (Pal Joey) - My Cousin in Milwaukee (Pardon My English) - Notice Me Horton (Seussical the Musical) - Wonderful, Wonderful Day (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) - What a Nice Idea (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - If You Hadn't but You Did (Two on the Aisle ) - Over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz) - Millwork (Working).

Songlist: OVER THE RAINBOW (from 'The Wizard of Oz'), MILLWORK (from 'Working'), SOMEWHERE THAT'S GREEN (from 'Little Shop of Horrors'), ZIP (from 'Pal Joey'), MY COUSIN IN MILWAUKEE (from 'Pardon My English'), TELL ME WHY (from 'A Man of No Importance'), SOMETHING OF MY OWN (from 'Dessa Rose'), BACK ON BASE (from 'Closer Than Ever'), HOLDING TO THE GROUND (from 'Falsettos'), THE MUSIC STILL PLAYS ON (from 'A New Brain'), MAD ABOUT THE BOY (from 'Words and Music'), WONDERFUL WONDERFUL DAY (from 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'), THINK OF MERYL STREEP (from 'Fame-The Musical'), A LITTLE BRAINS, A LITTLE TALENT (from 'Damn Yankees'), A LITTLE GIRL FROM LITTLE (from 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'), and more

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8384b | Songbook | $29.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart


Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: I'm Not That Smart (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - My Unfortunate Erection (Chip's Lament) (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) - Dames (42nd Street) - Radames' Letter (Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida) - The Gypsy in Me (Anything Goes (1988 Revival)) - Ballad of Booth (Part III) (Assassins) - What Am I Doin'? (Closer Than Ever) - Broadway Baby (Dames at Sea) - Blah, Blah, Blah (Delicious) - When the Earth Stopped Turning (Elegies) - You Gotta Die Sometime (Falsettos) - I Want to Make Magic (Fame: The Musical) - Sandy (Grease) - Donna (Hair) - Different (Honk!) - The Phone Call (Lucky Stiff) - Knowing Me, Knowing You (Mamma Mia) - To Each His Dulcinea (Man of La Mancha) - Larger Than Life (My Favorite Year) - I'm Falling in Love with Someone (Naughty Marrietta) - And They're Off (A New Brain) - Stouthearted Men (The New Moon) - Lucky to Be Me (On the Town) - A New Town Is a Blue Town (The Pajama Game) - Extraordinary (Pippin) - There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York (Porgy and Bess) - You Took Advantage of Me (Present Arms) - Alone in the Universe (Seussical the Musical) - Something to Live For (Sophisticated Ladies) - Strike Up The Band (Strike Up The Band) - Ballad of the Easy Life (The Threepenny Opera) - Calla Lily Lady (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - Love's Revenge (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - They Won't Know Me (Wish You Were Here) - If I Only Had a Brain (The Wizard of Oz)

Songlist: BLAH, BLAH, BLAH (from 'Delicious'), STRIKE UP THE BAND! (from 'Strike up the Band'), THERE'S A BOAT DATS LEAVIN' SOON FOR NEW YORK (from 'Porgy and Bess'), LUCKY TO BE ME (from 'On the Town'), STOUTHEARTED MEN (from 'The New Moon'), WHAT AM I DOIN' (from 'Closer than Ever'), YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME (from 'Present Arms'), YOU GOTTA DIE SOMETIME (from 'Falsettos'), AND THEY'RE OFF (from 'A New Brain'), WHEN THE EARTH STOPPED TURNING (from 'Elegies: A Song Cycle'), I WANT TO MAKE MAGIC (from 'Fame-The Musical'), ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE (from 'Seussical the Musical'), BALLAD OF THE EASY LIFE (from 'The Threepenny Opera'), BROADWAY BABY (from 'Dames at Sea'), CALLA LILY LADY (from 'Two Gentlemen of Verona'), and more

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Various: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Vol. 2

Review: For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved musical theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most important auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific vocal range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decades of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal ranges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. Titles include: Everything Old Is New Again (The Boy from Oz) - She's My Love (Carnival) - Those Were the Good Old Days! (Damn Yankees) - A Jug of Wine (The Day Before Spring) - Anyone Would Love You (Destry Rides Again) - All of My Life (Do Re Mi) - After Today (Dr. Doolittle) - Gigi (Gigi) - Store-Bought Suit (The Golden Apple) - The Best Things in Life Are Free (Good News) - Where Do I Go? (Hair) - I Love My Wife (I Do! I Do!) - It's a Well Known Fact (I Do! I Do!) - No More (Into the Woods) - They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me (Irene) - Progress Is the Root of All Evil (Lil' Abner) - Love Who You Love (A Man of No Importance) - Marriage Proposal (March of the Falsettos) - Me and My Girl (Me and My Girl) - Reviewing the Situation (Oliver!) - I Talk to the Trees (Paint Your Wagon) - Isn't It a Pity? (Pardon My English) - No One Has Ever Loved Me (Passion) - I'm Back in Circulation (Redhead) - Love's a Bond (Saturday Night) - Bless Your Beautiful Hide (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) - I Don't Remember Christmas (Starting Here, Starting Now) - Once in a Lifetime (Stop The World I Want to Get Off) - The Barber and His Wife (Sweeney Todd) - The Mansion (Two Gentlemen of Verona) - If I Were the King of the Forest (The Wizard of Oz) - A Quiet Girl (Wonderful Town).

Songlist: BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE, THE (from 'Good News'), ISN'T IT A PITY? (from 'Pardon My English'), LOVE WHO YOU LOVE (from 'A Man of No Importance'), EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN (from 'The Boy from Oz'), MARRIAGE PROPOSAL (from 'Falsettos'), I TALK TO THE TREES (from 'Paint Your Wagon'), BLESS YORE BEAUTIFUL HIDE (from 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'), A JUG OF WINE (from 'The Day Before Spring'), A QUIET GIRL (from 'A Wonderful Town'), A WELL KNOWN FACT (from 'I Do, I Do'), AFTER TODAY (from 'Dr. Doolittle'), ALL OF MY LIFE (from 'Do, Re, Mi'), ANYONE WOULD LOVE YOU (from 'Destry Rides Again'), GIGI (from 'Gigi'), I DON'T REMEMBER CHRISTMAS (from 'Starting Here, Starting Now'), and more

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Various Composers: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Baritone / Bass

Review: Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre features a treasury of the finest musical theatre songs. Presented in their original keys and authentically transcribed from the original vocal scores, the songs were selected for each voice type with careful attention to the vocal range of the song, as well as the voice of the character from the original Broadway cast. Each volume includes a variety of shows, spanning every important decade of musical theatre. This authoritative series features historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song, making it the most useful and relevant collection of its kind. This is the Baritone / Bass Edition.

Songlist: Lullaby of Broadway, At Night She Comes Home To Me, Easier To Love, This Can't Be Love, You Have Cast Your Shadow on the Sea, Camelot, How To Handle a Woman, If Ever I Would Leave You, Come Along With Me, It's All Right With Me, Razzle Dazzle, Closer Than Ever, If I Can't Love Her, Talk to the Animals, Try To Remember, and more

Voicing: Baritone Bass
Style: Show Tunes

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Various Composers: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Soprano

Review: Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre features a treasury of the finest musical theatre songs. Presented in their original keys and authentically transcribed from the original vocal scores, the songs were selected for each voice type with careful attention to the vocal range of the song, as well as the voice of the character from the original Broadway cast. Each volume includes a variety of shows, spanning every important decade of musical theatre. This authoritative series features historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song, making it the most useful and relevant collection of its kind. This is the Soprano Edition.

Songlist: Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, Come to My Garden, Falling in Love with Love, Forty Days, Green Finch and Linnet Bird, Hangin' Around with You, How Could I Ever Know, The Human Heart, I Can't Do the Sun, I Could Have Danced All Night, I Loved (J'aimais), I Loved You Once in Silence, Is It Really Me?, The Lady is a Tramp, Leavin' Fo' de Promis' Lan', and more

Voicing: Soprano
Style: Show Tunes

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8595b | Songbook | $19.95 | Solo | Add to shopping cart| Soprano Voices


Various Composers: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre - Tenor

Review: Alfred's Singer's Library of Musical Theatre features a treasury of the finest musical theatre songs. Presented in their original keys and authentically transcribed from the original vocal scores, the songs were selected for each voice type with careful attention to the vocal range of the song, as well as the voice of the character from the original Broadway cast. Each volume includes a variety of shows, spanning every important decade of musical theatre. This authoritative series features historical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song, making it the most useful and relevant collection of its kind. This is the Tenor Edition.

Songlist: Asking for You, Buffalo Nickel Photoplay, Corner of the Sky, (You'd Be So) Easy to Love, Fifty Million Years ago, Finishing the Hat, The Games I Play, Gliding, Hey There, I Chose Right, I'd Rather Be Sailing, I've Got a Crush on You, Into the Fire, Johanna, Later , and more

Voicing: Tenor
Style: Show Tunes

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