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Singer's Library of Musical Theatre V 1
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Singer's Library of Musical Theatre V 1

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Voicing/Format Soprano
Composer Hart/Rodgers
Artist Abba
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 00322053

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Singer's Library of Musical Theatre V 1 Composed by Hart/Rodgers. Performed by Abba. For Soprano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00322053, UPC: 884088685638)

For aspiring and professional singers who love Broadway, Alfred's Singer's Lib rary of Musical Theatre presents an elegant collection of the best-loved music al theatre songs in their original keys, authentically transcribed from their original vocal scores. Perfect for study, and equally suitable for the most im portant auditions and performances, each volume is dedicated to a specific voc al range, and contains dozens of songs from a variety of shows that span decad es of theatre history. Multiple volumes are available for each of four vocal r anges: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano/Alto, Tenor, and Baritone/Bass. Authoritative hi storical and contextual commentary, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions for each song make it the most useful and relevant song library of its kind. T itles include: Anyth

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