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Something's Coming/Tonight

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Leonard Bernstein
Arranger Ed Lojeski
Artist E/Iggy Pop/Kut John
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Choral
Catalog # 00450074

Price: $2.10

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Product Description

Something's Coming/Tonight Composed by Leonard Bernstein. Arranged by Ed Lojeski. Performed by E/Iggy Pop/Kut John. For SATB. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00450074, UPC: 073999227192)

The music from Leonard Bernstein's landmark Broadway musical West Side Story has become an important part of our musical heritage. With lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, these two songs create a powerful showcase for choral groups in schools and communities. Available for SATB, SAB, SSA, Instrumental Pak (parts for Trumpet I & II, Tenor Sax, Trombone, Synthesizer, Guitar, Bass and Drums) and ShowTrax CD. Performance Time: Approx. 5:00 HL00450074 is the SATB edition

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
SOMETHING'S COMING BERNSTEIN/SONDHEIM  
TONIGHT JOHN,E/IGGY POP/KUT TAUPIN/DAISLEY/BOWIE  

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