Synopses & Reviews
The most comprehensive collection of Broadway selections ever organized specifically for the singer. Each of the five volumes contains important songs chosen because of their appropriateness to that particular voice type. All selections are in their authentic form, excerpted from the original vocal scores. The songs in The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology, written by such noted composers as Kurt Weill, Richard Rodgers, Stephen Sondheim, and Jerome Kern, are vocal masterpieces ideal for the auditioning, practicing or performing vocalists. 46 songs, including: Where Or When * If I Loved You * Goodnight, My Someone * Smoke Gets In Your Eyes * Barbara Song * more.
Table of Contents
Me and Juliet. No other love -- Merrily we roll along. Not a day goes by -- The most happy fella. Somebody, somewhere -- The music man. Goodnight, my someone ; My white knight ; Til there was you -- My fair lady. I could have danced all night ; Show me --Oklahoma! Many a new day ; Out of my dreams -- 110 in the shade. Old maid -- Porgy and Bess. Summertime --Roberta. Smoke gets in your eyes -- Show boat. Bill ; Can't help lovin' dat man -- The sound of music. Climb ev'ry mountain -- Street scene. Somehow I never could believe ; What good would the moon be? -- Sweeney Todd. Green finch and linnet bird -- The threepenny opera. Barbara song ; Pirate Jenny ; Solomon song --Treemonisha. The sacred tree -- Two by two. The golden ram.