Singer's Library of Musical Theatre, Vol. 2

Singer's Library of Musical Theatre, Vol. 2

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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 hop 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 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).


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Contents

Title Composer
A Little Brains, a Little Talent (from "Damn Yankees") Richard Adler (composer); Jerry Ross (composer)
A Little Girl from Little (from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes") Leo Robin (lyricist); Jule Styne (composer)
Back on Base (from "Closer Than Ever") David Shire (composer); Richard Maltby, Jr. (lyricist)
Holding to the Ground (from "Falsettos") William Finn (composer)
How Can I Wait? (from "Paint Your Wagon") Frederick Loewe (composer); Alan Jay Lerner (lyricist)
I Know the Truth (from Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida") Elton John (composer); Tim Rice (lyricist)
If You Hadn't but You Did (from "Two on the Aisle") Jule Styne (composer); Betty Comden (lyricist); Adolph Green (lyricist)
It's a Fine Life (from "Oliver!") Lionel Bart (composer)
Last Midnight (from "Into the Woods") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
Lazy Afternoon (from "The Golden Apple") Jerome Moross (composer); John Latouche (lyricist)
Mad About the Boy (from "Words and Music") Noel Coward (composer)
Millwork (from "Working") James Taylor (composer)
Moments in the Woods (from "Into the Woods") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
My Cousin in Milwaukee (from "Pardon My English") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (composer)
My Own Best Friend (from "Chicago") John Kander (composer); Fred Ebb (lyricist)
Notice Me, Horton (from "Seussical the Musical") Stephen Flaherty (composer); Lynn Ahrens (lyricist)
Old Friend (from "I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road") Gretchen Cryer (lyricist); Nancy Ford (composer)
Old Friends, Like It Was (from "Merrily We Roll Along") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
Over the Rainbow (from "The Wizard of Oz") Harold Arlen (composer); E. Y. Harburg (lyricist)
Something of My Own (from "Dessa Rose") Stephen Flaherty (composer); Lynn Ahrens (lyricist)
Somewhere That's Green (from "Little Shop of Horrors") Alan Menken (composer); Howard Ashman (lyricist)
Take It on the Chin (from "Me and My Girl") Noel Gay (composer); Douglas Furber (lyricist); Arthur Rose (lyricist)
Tell Me Why (from "A Man of No Importance") Stephen Flaherty (composer); Lynn Ahrens (lyricist)
That Mister Man of Mine (from "Dames at Sea") Jim Wise (composer); Robin Miller (composer); George Haimsohn (composer)
The Music Still Plays On (from "A New Brain") William Finn (composer)
Think of Meryl Streep (from "Fame-The Musical") Steve Margoshes (composer); Jacques Levy (lyricist)
We're Ladies (from "Destry Rides Again") Harold J. Rome (composer); Gerry Alsen (composer)
West End Avenue (from "The Magic Show") Stephen Schwartz (composer)
What a Nice Idea? (from "Two Gentlemen of Verona") John Guare (lyricist); Galt MacDermot (composer)
What Is a Woman? (from "I Do, I Do") Tom Jones (lyricist); Harvey Schmidt (composer)
Wonderful Wonderful Day (from "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers") Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Gene Depaul (composer)
Zip (from "Pal Joey") Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)

Additional Information

Series: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre
Instrument: Voice
Voicing: Mezzo Soprano/Alto Voice
Format: Book
Page Count: 224
Item Number: 00-29007
ISBN 10: 0-7390-4969-0
ISBN 13: 978-0-7390-4969-3
UPC: 038081318073

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