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Voicing/Format book
Composer Andrew Gerle
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00314837

Price: $16.99

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Enraged Accompanist's Guide To The Perfe Composed by Andrew Gerle. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00314837, UPC: 884088522162)

I am your accompanist. You do not know me. I am the guy who sits behind the upright in the unflattering fluorescent light of the dance studio, a bottle of water on the floor, a half-eaten Power Bar on thebench, and your audition in my hands. Award-winning New York theatre composer and pianist Andrew Gerle pulls no punches in this irreverent, fly-on-the-wall guide to everything you've never been taught about auditioning for musical theatre. From the unique perspective of the pianist's bench, he demystifies the audition process, from how to put together your book and speak to an accompanist to the healthiest and savviest ways to approach the audition marketplace and your career. By better understanding the dynamics of professional auditions, you will learn to present yourself in the strongest, most castable way while remaining true to your own special voice - the one that, in the end, will get you the job.

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