A delightful collection of musical theatre songs that kids love to perform, from a variety of shows. Using original scores, the songs have been selected and adapted with the ranges and skills of young singers in mind. Included in this collection are short summaries for each of the musicals, a dramatic and character set-up for each song, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions. Titles: All I Do is Dream of You (from Singin' in the Rain), Alone in the Universe (Seussical: The Musical), Be Kind to Your Parents (Fanny) * Big Blue World (Finding Nemo: The Musical), Consider Yourself (Oliver), Different (Honk!), Doll on a Music Box/Truly Scrumptious (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), The Girl I Mean To Be (The Secret Garden), Good Morning (Singin' in the Rain), Green Eggs and Ham (Seussical: The Musical), Heart (Damn Yankees), I Gotta Crow (Peter Pan), I Just Can't Wait To Be King (The Lion King), I Want it Now (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory), It's Possible (Seussical: The Musical), Johnny One Note (Babes in Arms), Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid), Pure Imagination (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory), Shy (Once Upon a Mattress), Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins: The New Musical), When I Get My Name In Lights (The Boy From Oz), Wouldn't It Be Loverly (My Fair Lady). CD includes accompaniment tracks.
(Vocal Collection). This giant two-volume resource will be indispensible for teachers working with children singing solos. There is a large variety of material, from classic Disney songs to Broadway to movie favorites to songs from "Sesame Street." Each volume has songs for both girls and boys. Volume 2 includes 30 songs from stage, screen and television musicals these are by far our largest collections of solos for children. Contents: Baby Mine (Dumbo) * Be Kind to Your Parents (Fanny) * Bein' Green (Sesame Street) * Dream for Your Inspiration (The Muppets Take Manhattan) * Friend (Snoopy!!!) * Gary, Indiana (The Music Man) * Getting to Know You (The King and I) * God Help the Outcasts (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) * I Always Knew (Annie Warbucks) * I Don't Want to Live on the Moon (Sesame Street) * I Won't Grow Up (Peter Pan) * I'm Late (Alice in Wonderland) * I've Got No Strings (Pinocchio) * In My Own Little Corner (Cinderrella) * Join the Circus (Barnum) * Little People (Les Miserables) * My Best Girl (My Best Bean) (Mame) * Put on a Happy Face (Bye Bye Birdie) * Real Live Girl (Little Me) * Sing (Sesame Street) * Someone's Waiting for You (The Rescuers) * The Ugly Duckling (Hans Christian Andersen) * When I See an Elephant Fly (Dumbo) * Where Is Love? (Oliver!) * Who Will Buy? (Oliver!) * With a Smile and a Song (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) * Wouldn't It Be Loverly (My Fair Lady) * You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile (Annie) * You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story) * Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South) .
(Vocal Collection). This giant two-volume resource will be indispensible for teachers working with children singing solos. There is a large variety of material, from classic Disney songs to Broadway to movie favorites to songs from Sesame Street . Each volume has songs for both girls and boys. Volume 1 includes 29 songs from stage, screen and television musicals these are by far our largest collections of solos for children. Contents: Any Dream Will Do (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) * Born to Entertain (Ruthless) * The Candy Man (Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) * Castle on a Cloud (Les Miserables) * Consider Yourself (Oliver!) * Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians) * Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat (The Aristocats) * Feed the Birds (Mary Poppins) * Happiness (You're a Good Man Charlie Brown) * I Don't Need Anything but You (Oliver!) * I Got the Sun in the Morning (Annie Get Your Gun) * I Know Things Now (Into the Woods) * I Whistle a Happy Tune (The King and I) * I'd Do Anything (Oliver) * It's the Hard-Knock Life (Annie) * Les Poissons (The Little Mermaid) * Let Me Entertain You (Gypsy) * Let's Go Fly a Kite (Mary Poppins) * Little Lamb (Gypsy) * Maybe (Annie) * My Favorite Things (The Sound of Music) * On the Good Ship Lollipop (Bright Eyes) * Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid) * Reflection (Mulan) * So This Is Love (The Cinderella Waltz) (Cinderella) * Tomorrow (Annie) * We're All in This Together (High School Musical) * When You Wish Upon a Star (Pinocchio) * The Work Song (Cinderella) .
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As the composer/lyricist for Godspell, Pippin, Wicked, and other musicals, Stephen Schwartz has enjoyed one of the most significant careers in American musical theater for more than four decades. Schwartz has also achieved success on the big screen, contributing to such films as Enchanted, The Prince of Egypt, and Pocahontas. For his work, he has received six Tony nominations, three Grammys, and three Academy Awards. The Musical Theater of Stephen Schwartz: From Godspell to Wicked and Beyond is a detailed examination of Schwartz’s various projects throughout his career. Musicologist Paul R. Laird discusses at length Schwartz’s major shows and also considers his other ventures, such as the music and lyrics for animated features from Disney and Dreamworks. The book focuses on two major aspects of Schwartz’s creations: the process of collaboration resulting in a project’s completion and a descriptive analysis of his music and lyrics. Laird also describes each show’s critical reception and its place in the larger history of musical theater. Based on extensive interviews with Schwartz and a number of his major collaborators, this book provides a rare look into the creation of the composer and lyricist’s shows and films. The Musical Theater of Stephen Schwartz is intended for fans as well as students and professional researchers in music, theater, and the musical theater.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Greg Heffley finds himself thrust into a new year and a new school where undersize weaklings share the corridors with kids who are taller, meaner and already shaving. Desperate to prove his new found maturity, which only going up a grade can bring, Greg is happy to have his not-quite-so-cool sidekick, Rowley, along for the ride. But when Rowley's star starts to rise, Greg tries to use his best friend's popularity to his own advantage. Recorded in his diary with comic pictures and his very own words, this test of Greg and Rowley's friendship unfolds with hilarious results. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules Whatever you do, don't ask Greg about his summer vacation because he definitely doesn't want to talk about it . . . It's a brand-new year and a brand-new journal and Greg is keen to put the humiliating (and secret!) events of last summer firmly behind him. But someone knows everything - someone whose job it is to most definitely not keep anything embarrassing of Greg's private - his big brother, Rodrick. How can Greg make it through this new school year with his not-quite-cool reputation intact? Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw The third laugh-out-loud book in the bestselling phenomenon that is the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. Greg's dad, Frank, is on a mission - a mission to make this wimpy kid . . . well, less wimpy. All manner of 'manly' physical activities are planned, but Greg just about manages to find a way out of them. That is until military academy is is mentioned and Greg realizes that he's going to have to come up with something very special to get out of this one . . .
(Vocal Collection). This book with online audio is a unique collection designed especially for children singers auditioning for musical theatre or performing in various talent shows. The recordings feature performances by children singers, as well as the accompaniments only, so children can practice without needing a pianist. Contents: I'd Do Anything from Oliver! Second Hand Rise The Rainbow Connection Castle on a Cloud from Les Miserables Little People from Les Miserables Puff the Magic Dragon Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter from Camp) How Much Is That Doggie in the Window Do-Re-Mi from The Sound of Music On Top of Spaghetti Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Through this gorgeous book, your readers can learn everything from the broad scope of creating a look for the stage to the fine points of makeup and wig application. It includes tips on working as a team and how to plan on a budget. Everything an aspiring young costume designer or makeup artist needs to know.