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Newsies (Broadway Medley)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SAB
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Emerson, Roger
Series Broadway Choral

Price: $3.25

Catalog #00102471

UPC code: 884088672188

Also available for Digital Delivery

The Broadway musical Newsies is a thrilling and exuberant salute to the optimism of youth with a melodic score by Alan Menken and rousing lyrics by Jack Feldman that will make you want to cheer! Including new songs and favorites from the movie version, this 10-minute medley is one your choirs and audiences will love! Includes: Brooklyn's Here, Carrying the Banner, King of New York, Santa Fe, Seize the Day, Something to Believe In.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Brooklyn's Here Emerson,Roger Menken,Alan  
Carrying The Banner Emerson,Roger Menken,Alan  
King Of New York Emerson,Roger Menken,Alan  
Santa Fe Emerson,Roger Larson,Jonathan;Men  
Seize The Day Emerson,Roger Baker,Zachary;Haner  
Something To Believe In Emerson,Roger  
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