Avenue Q: The Musical

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Hal Leonard, 2004 - Music - 159 pages
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(Vocal Selections). 2004 Tony Award winner for Best Musical , Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical ! Playbill.com describes Avenue Q , a decidedly adult puppet/human show, as a meeting of Sesame Street and South Park . Our deluxe songbook features all 20 songs in standard piano/vocal format (melody in the piano part), more than 20 fabulous full-color photos from the production, and a bio of the writing team of Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, who've scored big with their first Broadway show! Tunes include: The Avenue Q Theme * Fantasies Come True * I Wish I Could Go Back to College * I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today * If You Were Gay * The Internet Is for Porn * It Sucks to Be Me * Mix Tape * The Money Song * Purpose * There Is Life Outside Your Apartment * What Do You Do with a B.A. in English * and more. PARENTAL ADVISORY: EXPLICIT LYRICS

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User Review  - Joles - LibraryThing

Excellent music book. The show contains adult situations while most of the leads in the cast are puppets. The songs are excellent (imagine puppets singing them). It is a show targeting adults. Read full review

Avenue Q Music score

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Everyones a Little Bit Racist
The Internet Is for Porn
My Girlfriend Who Lives Canada
Theres a Fine Fine Line
There Is Life Outside Your Apartment
o Back to College

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About the author (2004)

Robert Lopez is the author of Part of the World, a novel from Calamari Press. His fiction and poetry has appeared in dozens of journals, including; Bomb, The Threepenny Review, The Mississippi Review, Indiana Review, New England Review, New Orleans Review, Blackbird, Nerve, etc. He teaches at The New School in New York City.

Jeff Marx is a screenwriter and the cocreator of the Tony award-winning Broadway musical "Avenue Q," He lives in New York City.

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