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A Little Night Music

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Desc Revised Edition
Composer Sondheim
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00313478

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

A Little Night Music Composed by Sondheim. For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00313478, UPC: 884088444631)

This completely new edition, created with Sondheim's approval, contains 13 newly edited and engraved songs based on the composer's piano/vocal manuscript sources. Includes: Now · Later · Soon · Remember? · You Must Meet My Wife · Liaisons · In Praise of Women · Every Day a Little Death · Night Waltz · It Would Have Been Wonderful · Send in the Clowns · The Miller's Son · The Glamorous Life.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
EVERY DAY A LITTLE DEATH SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
GLAMOROUS LIFE, THE (FILM VERSION) SONDHEIM  
IN PRAISE OF WOMEN SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
LATER SONDHEIM  
LIAISONS SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
MILLER'S SON, THE SONDHEIM  
NIGHT WALTZ SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
NOW SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
REMEMBER SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
SEND IN THE CLOWNS SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
SOON SONDHEIM Digital Delivery
YOU MUST MEET MY WIFE SONDHEIM Digital Delivery

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