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: 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 (Sweeny Todd) * The Mansion (Two Gentlemen of Verona) * If I Were the King of the Forest (The Wizard of Oz) * A Quiet Girl (Wonderful Town).


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Contents

Title Composer
A Jug of Wine (from "The Day Before Spring") Frederick Loewe (composer); Alan Jay Lerner (lyricist)
A Quiet Girl (from "A Wonderful Town") Leonard Bernstein (composer); Betty Comden (lyricist); Adolph Green (lyricist)
A Well Known Fact (from "I Do, I Do")
After Today (from "Doctor Dolittle") Leslie Bricusse (composer)
All of My Life (from "Do Re Mi") Jule Styne (composer); Betty Comden (lyricist); Adolph Green (lyricist)
Anyone Would Love You (from "Destry Rides Again") Harold J. Rome (composer); Gerry Alsen (composer)
Bless Yore Beautiful Hide (from "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers") Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Gene Depaul (composer)
Everything Old Is New Again (from "The Boy from Oz") Peter Allen (composer); Carole Bayer Sager (composer)
Gigi (from "Gigi") Frederick Loewe (composer); Alan Jay Lerner (lyricist)
I Don't Remember Christmas (from "Starting Here, Starting Now") David Shire (composer); Richard Maltby, Jr. (lyricist)
I Love My Wife (from "I Do! I Do!") Tom Jones (lyricist); Harvey Schmidt (composer)
I Talk to the Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") Frederick Loewe (composer); Alan Jay Lerner (lyricist)
I'm Back in Circulation (from "Redhead") Albert Hague (composer); Dorothy Fields (lyricist)
If I Were King of the Forest (from "The Wizard of Oz") Harold Arlen (lyricist); E. Y. Harburg (composer)
Isn't It a Pity? (from "Pardon My English") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (composer)
Love Who You Love (from "A Man of No Importance") Stephen Flaherty (composer); Lynn Ahrens (lyricist)
Love's a Bond (from "Saturday Night") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
Mansion (from "Two Gentlemen of Verona") John Guare (lyricist); Galt MacDermot (composer)
Marriage Proposal (from "Falsettos") William Finn (composer)
Me and My Girl (from "Me and My Girl") Noel Gay (composer); Douglas Furber (lyricist); Arthur Rose (lyricist)
No More (from "Into the Woods") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
No One Has Ever Loved Me (from "Passion") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
Once in a Lifetime (from "Stop the World - I Want to Get Off") Leslie Bricusse (composer); Anthony Newley (composer)
Progress Is the Root of All Evil (from "Li'l Abner") Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Gene Depaul (composer)
Reviewing the Situation (from "Oliver!") Lionel Bart (composer)
She's My Love (from "Carnival") Bob Merrill (composer)
Store-Bought Suit (from "The Golden Apple") Jerome Moross (composer); John Latouche (lyricist)
The Barber and His Wife (from "Sweeney Todd") Stephen Sondheim (composer)
The Best Things in Life Are Free (from "Good News") Lew Brown (lyricist); Buddy DeSylva (lyricist); Ray Henderson (composer)
They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me (from "Irene") Fred Fisher (composer); Joseph McCarthy (lyricist)
Those Were the Good Old Days (from "Damn Yankees") Richard Adler (composer); Jerry Ross (composer)
Where Do I Go (from "Hair") James Rado (lyricist); Galt MacDermot (composer); Gerome Ragni (lyricist)

Additional Information

Series: Singer's Library of Musical Theatre
Instrument: Voice
Voicing: Baritone/Bass Voice
Format: Book
Page Count: 188
Item Number: 00-29009
ISBN 10: 0-7390-4971-2
ISBN 13: 978-0-7390-4971-6
UPC: 038081318097

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