The Chappell collection of great theatre composers
|Format:||Music Score 1970|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 3 of 3 copies|
Contentsv. 1. Kwamina. Nothing more to look forward to ; What's wrong with me? / Richard Adler. St. Louis woman. Anyplace I hang my hat is home ; Come rain or come shine ; Legalize my name ; Bloomer girl. Right as the rain ; When the boys come home / Harold Arlen. Wonderful town. It's love ; Ohio / Leonard Bernstein. The cradle will rock. The cradle will rock ; Reuben, Reuben. The hills of Amalfi ; Juno. I wish it so ; My true heart. The cradle will rock. Nickel under the foot / Marc Blitzstein. Promenade. Promenade theme / Al Carmines. Kelly. I'll never go there anymore / Moose Charlap. Waiting in the wings. Come the wild, wild weather. Operette. Dearest love ; Conversation piece. I'll follow my secret heart ; The girl who came to supper. I'll remember her ; Set to music. I'm so weary of it all ; Sail away. Later than spring. Conversation piece. Regency rakes ; There's always something fishy about the French ; Tonight at 8:30. You were there / Noel Coward. Follow thru. Button up your overcoat ; Sunny side up : film. If I had a talking picture of you ; Good news. Just imagine. George White's scandals, 11th edition. Life is just a bowl of cherries ; Hold everything. My lucky star ; Sunny side up : film. Sunny side up ; George White's scandals, 11th edition. The thrill is gone ; Hold everything. You're the cream in my coffee / B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson. Dancing in the streets. Got a bran' new Daddy ; Ziegfeld follies of 1936. I can't get started ; Island in the West Indies ; Goldwyn follies : film. Spring again / Vernon Duke. Beggar's holiday. Take love easy ; Tomorrow Mountain / Duke Ellington. Ankles away. An eleven o'clock song ; George White's scandals, 1939-40. Are you havin' any fun? ; Flahooley. Here's to your illusions ; Ankles away. His and hers ; Right this way. I'll be seeing you ; Flahooley. The springtime cometh / Sammy Fain. Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. Aren't you kind of glad we did? ; Shall we dance : film. (I've got) beginner's luck ; Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. Changing my tune ; A damsel in distress : film. A foggy day ; The jolly tar and the milk maid ; Goldwyn follies : film. Love is here to stay ; Porgy and Bess. My man's gone now ; A damsel in distress : film. Nice work if you can get it ; Porgy and Bess. Summertime ; Shall we dance : film. They all laughed ; They can't take that away from me ; A damsel in distress : film. Things are looking up / George Gershwin. Billion dollar baby. I got a one track mind ; Arms and the girl. Nothin' for nothin' ; There must be somethin' better than this / Morton Gould
v. 2. Plain and fancy. Follow your heart ; Redhead. My girl is just enough woman for me ; Plain and fancy. Young and foolish / Albert Hague. Half a sixpence. If the rain's got to fall ; Money to burn / David Heneker. We take the town. How does the wine taste? ; Happy hunting. Mutual admiration society ; We take the town. A wedded man / Harold Karr. Hold on to your hats. Don't let it get you down ; Finian's rainbow. How are things in Glocca Mora? ; On a clear day you can see forever. Hurry! it's lovely up here! ; Finian's rainbow. Look to the rainbow. On a clear day. On a clear day (you can see forever). Finian's rainbow. Something sort of grandish ; Hold on to your hats. There's a great day coming mañana ; On a clear day. What did I have that I don't have? / Burton Lane. Two for the show. How high the moon / Morgan Lewis. Paint your wagon. Another autumn ; The day before spring. The day before spring ; I love you this morning ; Camelot. I loved you once in silence. Gigi : film. I remember it well ; Paint your wagon. I still see Elisa ; Camelot. If ever I would leave you ; My fair lady. I've grown accustomed to her face ; Just you wait ; Camelot. The simple joys of maidenhood ; My fair lady. Without you / Frederick Loewe. Best foot forward. Buckle down, Winsocki ; Ev'ry time ; Look Ma, I'm dancin'. I'm not so bright ; Best foot forward. Just a little joint with a juke box / Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane. New girl in town. If that was love ; It's good to be alive ; Sunshine girl / Bob Merrill. Irma La Douce. From a prison cell ; Irma La Douce ; Our language of love / Marguerite Monnot. The ballad of Baby Doe. Letter song ; Willow song / Douglas Moore. The golden apple. It's the going home together ; Ballet ballads. I've got me. The golden apple. Lazy afternoon ; Windflowers / Jerome Moross. A time for singing. How green was my valley ; Let me love you / John Morris. Pickwick. If I ruled the world / Cyril Ornadel. Silk stockings. All of you ; You never know. At long last love ; Something for the boys. Could it be you ; Let's face it. Ev'rything I love ; Out of this world. From this moment on ; Panama Hattie. I've still got my health ; Let's be buddies ; Make it another old fashioned, please ; Silk stockings. Paris loves lovers ; Silk stockings ; Something for the boys. You'd be so nice to come home to / Cole Porter. Coco. Coco ; The money rings out like freedom / André Previn
v. 3. Me & Juliet. The big black giant ; On your toes. The heart is quicker than the eye ; The King and I. I have dreamed ; Babes in arms. I wish I were in love again ; The sound of music. My favorite things ; Oklahoma. Oklahoma! ; South Pacific. Some enchanted evening ; No strings. The sweetest sounds ; By Jupiter. Wait till you see her ; Allegro. You are never away ; Pal Joey. Zip / Richard Rodgers. Up in Central Park. Carousel in the park ; Close as pages in a book ; The girl in pink tights. Lost in loveliness / Sigmund Romberg. Destry rides again. Anyone would love you ; Fanny. Fanny ; I have to tell you ; Destry rides again. I know your kind ; I can get it for you wholesale. Miss Marmelstein ; Pins and needles. Nobody makes a pass at me ; Wish you were here. Wish you were here / Harold Rome. Sherry! Maybe it's time for me / Laurence Rosenthal. Celebration. Celebration ; Colette. Earthly paradise ; I do! I do! I do, I do ; 110 in the shade. Is it really me? ; Celebration. Love song ; The fantasticks. Soon it's gonna rain ; Try to remember ; I do! I do! What is a woman? / Harvey Schmidt. Between the devil. By myself ; Inside U.S.A. Haunted heart ; Between the devil. I see your face before me / Arthur Schwartz. Anyone can whistle. Anyone can whistle ; A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. Comedy tonight ; Love, I hear ; Lovely ; Anyone can whistle. A parade in town ; Evening primrose. Take me to the world / Stephen Sondheim. Do re mi. Cry like the wind ; Hazel Flagg. How do you speak to an angel? ; Subways are for sleeping. I'm just taking my time ; Darling of the day. I've got a rainbow working for me ; Bells are ringing. Just in time ; Do re mi. Make someone happy. Funny girl. The music that makes me dance ; Hallelujah, baby! My own morning ; Funny girl. People ; Gypsy. Some people ; Fade out, fade in. You mustn't feel discouraged / Jule Styne. Love life. Green-up time ; Knickerbocker holiday. It never was you. Lost in the stars. Lost in the stars ; Street scene. Lonely house ; Love life. Love song ; Lady in the dark. My ship ; Knickerbocker holiday. September song ; One touch of Venus. Speak low / Kurt Weill. The boy friend. Won't you Charleston with me? / Sandy Wilson. Seventh heaven. A "miss you" kiss / Victor Young.
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|Publisher|| New York, N.Y. :Chappell Music,1970
|Other Titles|| Great theatre composers
For voice and piano, in part with chord symbols.
1 score (3 volumes) : illustrations ; 31 cm