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Being Alive (From Company)
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Being Alive (From Company)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomp Parts
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Huff, Mac

Price: $25.00

Catalog #08621819

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From the 1970 Broadway musical Company by Stephen Sondheim, this is the Act II "summing up" number sung by the character Robert who finally learns that "alone is alone, not alive." Set over a chaconne-like ostinato accompaniment the melody builds from an introspective solo line into full-voiced and dramatic choral harmonies. A sophisticated setting for advanced choirs.

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