The Rodgers and Hammerstein song book
|Format:||Music Score 1968|
|Availability:||Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies|
ContentsOklahoma! Oh, what a beautiful mornin' ; The surrey with the fringe on top ; Kansas City ; Many a new day ; I cain't say no ; People will say we're in love ; Pore Jud ; Out of my dreams ; Oklahoma
Carousel. The carousel waltz ; Mister Snow ; If I loved you ; June is bustin' out all over ; Soliloquy ; A real nice clambake ; What's the use of wond'rin' ; You'll never walk alone
South Pacific. Some enchanted evening ; Dites-moi ; I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair ; Bali Ha'i ; This nearly was mine ; A wonderful guy ; Younger than springtime ; Happy talk ; Carefully taught ; There is nothin' like a dame
The King and I. I whistle a happy tune ; Hello, young lovers ; March of the Siamese children ; Getting to know you ; We kiss in a shadow ; Something wonderful ; Shall we dance?
The sound of music. The sound of music ; My favorite things ; I have confidence ; Do-re-mi ; The lonely goatherd ; Climb ev'ry mountain ; Something good ; Edelweiss
State fair. It might as well be spring ; It's a grand night for singing
Allegro. So far ; You are never away
Me and Juliet. No other love
Pipe dream. The man I used to be ; All at once you love her
Cinderella. Do I love you because you're beautiful? ; A lovely night
Flower drum song. A hundred million miracles ; Love, look away ; I enjoy being a girl ; You are beautiful.
-- Vocal scores with piano.
|Publisher|| New York :Simon and Schuster :1968
|Other Titles|| Musicals.
II, 1895-1960, lyricist.
Levy, Newman, 1888-1966, writer of accompanying material.
Sirmay, Albert, arranger of music.
Banbery, Fred, illustrator.
1 vocal score (320 pages) : illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm