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re: Tenor, Soprano and Baritone musical theater trios?

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stage_door76
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hi all...

I'm desperately looking for ideas for songs that a tenor, soprano and baritone can sing together that showcase each of the vocalists in a relatively balanced manner. Obviously from a musical theater score, as opposed to regular pop vocalists/groups.

Any suggestions?

Thanks everyone!
"...But Kungurtseva reels off multiple fouettes and the tape is stopped so she can take a bow. The Jester, an abomination introduced to Swan Lake in Soviet times, extorts applause from the audience. The cuts don't help the storytelling, the production is bare bones and they go for the '50s-style happy ending. The audience cheers like mad at the end. It's the Russian ballet, after all..."
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timote316
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Various songs from tick, tick... BOOM!
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stage_door76
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Yeah, I did consider that as an option.

I also thought about various songs from Phantom amongst others...but any particulars?
"...But Kungurtseva reels off multiple fouettes and the tape is stopped so she can take a bow. The Jester, an abomination introduced to Swan Lake in Soviet times, extorts applause from the audience. The cuts don't help the storytelling, the production is bare bones and they go for the '50s-style happy ending. The audience cheers like mad at the end. It's the Russian ballet, after all..."
TheOneAndOnly
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joined:8/17/04
hmm, "Normandy" from Once Upon A Mattress may work...fun song.
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gumbo2
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What about Friendship from Anything Goes. I don't know if both the guys are considered tenors though...It's a really fun song that has some killer harmonies.
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stage_door76
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Thanks guys!
"...But Kungurtseva reels off multiple fouettes and the tape is stopped so she can take a bow. The Jester, an abomination introduced to Swan Lake in Soviet times, extorts applause from the audience. The cuts don't help the storytelling, the production is bare bones and they go for the '50s-style happy ending. The audience cheers like mad at the end. It's the Russian ballet, after all..."
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colleen_lee
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I'm a bit too lazy to think tonight, but I'd check out Guys and Dolls. Don't know why that comes to mind.
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Pinguin
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She Loves Me Not from Closer than ever is a very good trio for those voice types. Check it out :0)
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Pinguin
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eek, sorry, double post :0(
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Updated On: 11/7/05 at 07:55 PM
wonderland
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My first reaction is "Now/Later/Soon" from Little Night Music... if you have 3 very trained singers.
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bluesuadeshoes8
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joined:7/17/05
"Leavin's Not the Only Way to go" from Big River is good
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HeyMrMusic
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You beat me to it, Pinguin! That's exactly what I thought when I read the subject title.

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JBSinger
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"Been a Long Day" reprise in H2$
"Rosemary Act one finale" in H2$
"He Loves Me Not" Closer than Ever
"Old Friends" from Merrily We Roll Along