Cabaret

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Times Square Music Publications Co., 1968 - Music - 208 pages
4 Reviews
inch....this work is likely to become a standart work very quickly and is to be recommended to all schools where recorder studies are undertaken inch. (Oliver James,Contact Magazine) A novel and comprehensive approach to transferring from the C to F instrument. 430 music examples include folk and national songs (some in two parts), country dance tunes and excerpts from the standard treble repertoire ofBach, Barsanti, Corelli, Handel, Telemann, etc. An outstanding feature of the book has proved to be Brian Bonsor's brilliantly simple but highly effective practice circles and recognition squares designed to give, in only a few minutes, concentrated practice on the more usual leaps to and from each new note and instant recognition of random notes. Quickly emulating the outstanding success of the descant tutors, these books are very popular even with those who normally use tutors other than the Enjoy the Recorder series.

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Contents

Welcome To Berlin
15
So What
16
Telephone Song
26
Dont Tell Mama
27
5A Dont Tell Mama Stage Band
38
Telephone Dance
44
6A Telephone Crossover
57
Perfectly Marvelous
58
Fruit Shop Dance
115
16A The Scene Continues Incidental Sitting Pretty
124
Meeskite
125
Tomorrow Belongs To Me Reprise
135
ACT TWO 19 Entracte
138
Kick Line No 1
152
20A Kick Line No 2
162
Married Reprise
163

Two Ladies
68
It Couldnt Please Me More
76
Tomorrow Belongs To Me
82
Change Of Scene Dont Tell Mama
85
Why Should I Wake Up?
86
Sitting Pretty
91
Incidental It Couldnt Please Me More
108
Married
109
15A End Of Scene 12 Married
113
15B Opening Scene 13
114
If You Could See Her
164
Incidental Underscore Why Should I Wake Up?
170
What Would You Do?
171
Sallys Revolt
177
Cabaret
182
Break Up Underscore
192
Finale Ultimo
193
Curtain Calls
201
Exit Music
204
Copyright

About the author (1968)

John Kander was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and Fred Ebb was born in New York City. They have worked together creating musicals and songs since 1962. They, as well as co-author Greg Lawrence, live in New York City.

FRED EBB in New York City

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