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Cinderella

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Broadway Vocal Score
Composer Rodgers/Hammerstein
Publisher Williamson Music
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 00312092

Price: $65.00

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Product Description

Cinderella Composed by Rodgers/Hammerstein. For Broadway Vocal Score. Published by Williamson Music. (Catalog # 00312092, UPC: 073999120929)

Vocal score to the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical with 17 numbers, including: Boys and Girls like You and Me · Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful? · Gavotte · In My Own Little Corner · A Lovely Night · Wedding Processional · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOYS AND GIRLS LIKE YOU AND ME RODGERS/HAMM  
CINDERELLA MARCH RODGERS/HAMM  
DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL? RODGERS/HAMM  
FINALE RODGERS/HAMM  
FOL-DE-ROL RODGERS/HAMM  
GAVOTTE RODGERS/HAMM  
IMPOSSIBLE RODGERS/HAMM  
IN MY OWN LITTLE CORNER RODGERS/HAMM  
IT'S POSSIBLE RODGERS/HAMM  
LOVELY NIGHT,A RODGERS/HAMM  
PRINCE IS GIVING A BALL,THE RODGERS/HAMM  
STEPSISTERS' LAMENT HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
TEN MINUTES AGO RODGERS/HAMM  
TRANSFORMATION RODGERS/HAMM  
WALTZ FOR A BALL RODGERS/HAMM  
WHEN YOU'RE DRIVING THROUGH RODGERS/HAMM  
YOUR MAJESTIES RODGERS/HAMM  

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