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Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology Volume 5

spybud007
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Hey, I was wondering has gotten the Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology Volume for either tenor, bass, soprano, or mezzo.

If so, could you please post the song list? I'm curious.
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when did it come out?
that's a really big mic...
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Soprano song list:
1. “Another Winter In A Summer Town” from Grey Gardens
2. “Anything Can Happen” from Mary Poppins
3. “Around The World” from Grey Gardens
4. “Baubles, Bangles And Beads” by Wright and Forrest from Kismet
5. “The Beauty Is” from The Light in the Piazza
6. “Begin The Beguine” by Porter, Cole from Jubilee
7. “Bride's Lament” from The Drowsey Chaperone
8. “Cry Like The Wind” from Do Re Mi
9. “Daddy's Girl” from Grey Gardens
10. “Fable” from The Light in the Piazza
11. “Fascinating Rhythm” by Gershwin, George from Lady, Be Good!
12. “The Flagmaker, 1775” by Brown, Jason Robert from Songs for a New World
13. “The Girl In 14G” from **not from a show**
14. “Glitter And Be Gay” by Bernstein, Leonard from Candide
15. “He Loves And She Loves” from Funny Face
16. “How Can I Lose You?” by Guettel, Adam from Myths and Hymns
17. “How Long Has This Been Going On?” from Rosalie
18. “I Feel Pretty” by Bernstein, Leonard from West Side Story
19. “I'm Leaving You” from The Life
20. “I've Got A Crush On You” by Gershwin, George from Strike Up the Band
21. “Let Us Be Glad” from Wicked
22. “Love Makes Such Fools Of Us All” from Barnum
23. “The Man I Love” by Gershwin, George from Lady, Be Good!
24. “Matchmaker” from Fiddler on the Roof
25. “My House” by Bernstein, Leonard from Peter Pan
26. “Never” from On the Twentieth Century
27. “No More Candy” from She Loves Me
28. “Nothing Is Too Wonderful To Be True” from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
29. “People Will Say We're In Love” by Rodgers and Hammerstein from Oklahoma
30. “Practically Perfect” from Mary Poppins
31. “The Secret Service” from Mr. President
32. “Some Things Are Meant To Be” from Little Women
33. “Somewhere” by Bernstein, Leonard from West Side Story
34. “Take Care Of This House” by Bernstein, Leonard from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
35. “Thank Goodness” from Wicked
36. “Too Much In Love To Care” by Lloyd Webber, Andrew from Sunset Boulevard
37. “What Makes Me Love Him?” from The Apple Tree
38. “Whispering” by Sater, Steven from Spring Awakening
39. “Who Am I?” by Bernstein, Leonard from Peter Pan
40. “Will You?” from Grey Gardens
"You just can't win. Ever. Look at the bright side, at least you are not stuck in First Wives Club: The Musical. That would really suck. " --Sueleen Gay
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Mezzo song list:
1. “And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going” from Dreamgirls
2. “The Cake I Had” from Grey Gardens
3. “Children Of Eden” from Children of Eden
4. “City Lights” from The Act
5. “The Colors Of My Life” from Barnum
6. “Come To Your Senses” from Tick, Tick...Boom!
7. “The Dark I Know Well” from Spring Awakening
8. “Defying Gravity” from Wicked
9. “Find Your Grail” from Monty Python's Spamalot
10. “For Good” from Wicked
11. “Freddy, My Love” from Grease
12. “Good Morning Baltimore” from Hairspray
13. “Here I Am” from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
14. “Hit Me With A Hot Note” from Sophisticated Ladies
15. “Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here!” from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
16. “I Am Changing” from Dreamgirls
17. “I Can Do Better Than That” from The Last Five Years
18. “If My Friends Could See Me Now” from Sweet Charity
19. “It's A Business” from Curtains
20. “It's A Perfect Relationship” from Bells Are Ringing
21. “It's An Art” from Working
22. “Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now” from Ain't Misbehavin'
23. “Life Is” from Zorba
24. “Mama Who Bore Me” from Spring Awakening
25. “Meadowlark” from The Baker's Wife
26. “My Body” from The Life
27. “Not For The Life Of Me” from Thoroughly Modern Millie
28. “Show Off” from The Drowsy Chaperone
29. “Special” from Avenue Q
30. “Take That Look Off Your Face” from Song and Dance
31. “Thinking Of Him” from Curtains
32. “Too Beautiful For Words” from The Color Purple
33. “What You Don't Know About Women” from City of Angels
34. “When You Come Home To Me” from The Last Five Years
35. “Where Am I Going” from Sweet Charity
36. “The Winner Takes It All” from Mamma Mia!
37. “Without You” from Rent
38. “Woman” from The Pirate Queen
39. “You'll Be In My Heart” from Tarzan
"You just can't win. Ever. Look at the bright side, at least you are not stuck in First Wives Club: The Musical. That would really suck. " --Sueleen Gay
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Tenor song list:
1. “Alas For You” from Godspell
2. “Bigger Isn't Better” from Barnum
3. “Body Beautiful Beale” from Grey Gardens
4. “Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You” from Jersey Boys
5. “December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)” from Jersey Boys
6. “Drift Away” from Grey Gardens
7. “Easy Street” from Annie
8. “Great Big Stuff” from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
9. “Hairspray” from Hairspray
10. “Heil Myself” from The Producers
11. “Hero And Leander” from Myths and Hymns
12. “I Am Aldolpho” from The DrowsyChaperone
13. “I Have Written A Play” from On the Twentieth Century
14. “I'll Be There” from The Pirate Queen
15. “Il Mondo Era Vuoto” from The Light in the Piazza
16. “It Don't Get Better Than This” from Urban Cowboy
17. “Left Behind” from Spring Awakening
18. “Lost In The Wilderness” from Children of Eden
19. “Maria” from West Side Story
20. “Mooning” from Grease
21. “Moving Too Fast” from The Last Five Years
22. “The Nicest Kids In Town” from Hairspray
23. “Passeggiata” from The Light in the Piazza
24. “Saturn Returns” from Myths and Hymns
25. “She Cries” from Songs for a New World
26. “She's Got A Way” from Movin' Out
27. “Shiksa Goddess” from The Last Five Years
28. “Something's Coming” from West Side Story
29. “Springtime For Hitler” from The Producers
30. “Stay With Me” from City of Angels
31. “Strangers Like Me” from Tarzan
32. “Summer, Highland Falls” from Movin' Out
33. “Sunday” from Tick, Tick...Boom!
34. “Take A Chance On Me” from Little Women
35. “Take The Moment” from Do I Hear a Waltz?
36. “30/90” from Tick, Tick...Boom!
37. “Two Worlds” from Tarzan
38. “What Do I Need With Love” from Thoroughly Modern Millie
39. “What You Own” from Rent
"You just can't win. Ever. Look at the bright side, at least you are not stuck in First Wives Club: The Musical. That would really suck. " --Sueleen Gay
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Bari/Bass song list:
1. “All That's Known” from Spring Awakening
2. “Coffee Shop Nights” from Curtains
3. “Colorado, My Home” from The Unsinkable Molly Brown
4. “The Colors Of My Life” from Barnum
5. “Cool” from West Side Story
6. “Drink With Me (To Days Gone By)” from Les Miserables
7. “Funny” from City of Angels
8. “Gonna Be Another Hot Day” from 100 in the Shade
9. “Grand Knowing You” from She Loves Me
10. “I Miss The Music” from Curtains
11. “I Rise Again” from On the Twentieth Century
12. “I Wanna Be A Producer” from The Producers
13. “I Wish I Could Go Back To College” from Avenue Q
14. “If I Were A Rich Man” from Fiddler on the Roof
15. “It's Not Where You Start” from Seesaw
16. “Javert's Suicide” from Les Miserables
17. “Jet Song” from West Side Story
18. “The King Of Broadway” from The Producers
19. “Look At That Face” from The Roar of the Greasepaint-The Smell of the Crowd
20. “Love Sneaks In” from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
21. “Lullaby Of Broadway” from 42nd Street
22. “Marry Well” from Grey Gardens
23. “No Other Way” from Tarzan
24. “Once Upon A Time” from All American
25. “Purpose” from Avenue Q
26. “Razzle Dazzle” from Chicago
27. “Real Life” from Tick, Tick...Boom!
28. “Real Live Girl” from Little Me
29. “Robin's Song” from Monty Python's Spamalot
30. “Santa Fe” from Rent
31. “A Secretary Is Not A Toy” from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
32. “Something Was Missing” from Annie
33. “There's A Sucker Born Ev'ry Minute” from Barnum
34. “Try Me” from She Loves Me
35. “When I First Saw You” from Dreamgirls
36. “With So Little To Be Sure Of” from Anyone Can Whistle
37. “You Won't Succeed On Broadway” from Monty Python's Spamalot
38. “Your Eyes Are Blue” from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
"You just can't win. Ever. Look at the bright side, at least you are not stuck in First Wives Club: The Musical. That would really suck. " --Sueleen Gay
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wow, I am excited about these! I am curious how they made some of these non-solos into solos. One in particular is "What You Don't Know About Women" from City of Angels.
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I actually already sing "What You Don't Know About Women" as a solo. It exists somewhere, as my voice teacher gave it to me a couple years ago.

It works quite well.
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do you repeat the main title lyric? "What you don't know about women...what you don't know about women...could fill a shelf of books."
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Are the piano CDs out form them as well?
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Nah- you don't repeat it.
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That list is fantastic! I'll have to pick up tenor and bass!
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I need the bari/bsas book now! Finally Try Me is in a book!
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Several of the songs in the Baritone/Bass book are tenor songs that just don't go up very high. For instance, Arpad, who sings "Try Me" in She Loves Me is always performed by a tenor. Did the editors simply run out of good baritone songs, since real baritone roles are becoming a scarcity in new musicals?
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It depends on the song itself. The song may be sung by a tenor character, but the tessitura is that of a baritone. In Volume 3 of the Baritone/Bass edition, a "Lost in Darkness" from Jekyll and Hyde is included. Jekyll/Hyde is most definitely a tenor role. But that particular song was included in the baritone book, because of the range of the song, and not because of the character's range.
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I have to pick up the tenor and bass as well re: Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology Volume 5!
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wow, some songs from the bari/bass are repeats from their past volumes!
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On Amazon, you can buy both the tenor and baritone for a good price!
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Does anyone know if they come with the piano accompaniment CDs like the others in the series?
I want to apologize for some offensive messages posted on this board under my name. The night 0f 12-15-08 I did not have internet access, and someone had used my name to post something offensive. My avatar was also changed. I dont' know what else was posted, or if anyone recieved bad PMs, but I want to apologize for that. I've changed my password, and even though I was not the one posting these messages it still needed to be corrected.