Unsung Weill : 22 songs cut from Broadway shows and Hollywood films
by Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950.
|Format:||Music Score 2002|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
(Schott). For over fifty years these treasures have lain dormant in the archives! Now at last this volume of Unsung Weill brings together 22 previously unpublished songs from the pen of the celebrated composer of the Threepenny Opera . All these songs were cut from successful Broadway shows for practical reasons, though they lack nothing of the quality of Kurt Weill's world-renowned hit songs. The words are by legendary songwriters such as Ira Gershwin, Oscar Hammerstein, Langston Hughes and Ogden Nash. This volume contains plenty of photographs of the composer and of his songwriters, making it an ideal gift and an essential for any fan of Weill. All the pieces are presented in simple arrangements for solo voice and piano in easy keys, with chord symbols included.
ContentsGreat big sky ; Street light is my moonlight / Langston Hughes
You understand me so ; There's nothing left for Daddy (but the rhumba) ; How I love my work / Alan Jay Lerner
Who am I? ; Love in a mist ; Vive la differénce / Ogden Nash
Bats about you ; Unforgettable ; It's never too late to Mendelssohn ; It could have happened to anyone / Ira Gershwin
How far will you go with me? ; The little tin god / Maxwell Anderson
Too much to dream ; The romance of a lifetime / Sam Coslow
The picture on the wall ; Your technique ; The river is so blue / Ann Ronell
The good earth / Oscar Hammerstein II
Inventory / Lewis Allan
Farewell, goodbye / Paul Green.
-- Vocal scores with piano.
Motion picture music -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Songs with piano.
|Publisher|| [United States] :European American Music Corp.,2002
|Other Titles|| Songs.
For voice and piano.
1 vocal score (95 pages) : portraits ; 30 cm