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A Chorus Line (Medley)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Hamlisch/Kleban/Blai
Arranger Ed Lojeski
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Pop Choral Series
Catalog # 08208201

Price: $3.50

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Product Description

A Chorus Line (Medley) Composed by Hamlisch/Kleban/Blai. Arranged by Ed Lojeski. For SATB. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08208201, UPC: 073999682007)

A contemporary styling matching the dynamic Broadway score! Includes: I Hope I Get It, Who Am I Anyway?, I Can Do That, At the Ballet, Let Me Dance for You, What I Did for Love, One. Available: SATB, SAB, SSA, ShowTrax CD,Instrumental ePak. Performance Time: Approx. 11:30.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AT THE BALLET LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLE  
I CAN DO THAT LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLE  
I HOPE I GET IT LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLEBAN/BLAI  
LET ME DANCE FOR YOU (HAMLISCH) LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLE  
ONE (A CHORUS LINE) LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLEBAN  
WHAT I DID FOR LOVE LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLE  
WHO AM I ANYWAY(CHORUS LINE) LOJESKI E HAMLISCH/KLE  

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