Company: a musical comedy

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H. Leonard Pub. Corp., Jun 1, 1983 - Music - 195 pages
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16 vocal selections from the Broadway musical, including: Another Hundred People * Company * Getting Married Today * Have I Got a Girl for You * The Ladies Who Lunch * The Little Things You Do Together * Side by Side by Side * Sorry - Grateful * Tick Tock * and more.

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Contents

ACT ONE 1 Overture
5
Company
6
Little Things
27
3a BobbyBaby Underscore
34
SorryGrateful
35
4a BobbyBaby Underscore
40
You Could Drive A Person Crazy
41
5a BobbyBaby Underscore
51
ACT TWO 11 Entracte
102
Side By Side By Side
106
What Would We Do Without You?
115
Poor Baby
135
TickTock
143
Barcelona
155
Barcelona Playoff
161
Night Club
162

Have I Got A Girl For You
52
Someone Is Waiting
63
Another Hundred People
67
Getting Married Today
82
Finale Act I
99
The Ladies Who Lunch
164
Being Alive
172
Side By Side Underscore
184
Bows
185
Exit Music
193

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About the author (1983)

Stephen Sondheim was born in New York and studied music at Williams College, where he wrote the lyrics and music for two college shows. Sondheim also studied at Princeton University with Milton Babbit. He received recognition for writing lyrics for Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story (1957) and success as a lyricist-composer with A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1962). However, his next musical, Anyone Can Whistle (1964), was unsuccessful. The production of Company (1970) again established Sondheim as a major composer and lyricist on Broadway. Sondheim's other productions include Follies (1971); A Little Night Music (1973), wherein its leading song, "Send in the Clowns," was awarded a Grammy in 1976; and Sunday in the Park with George (1983), a musical inspired by George Seurat's famous painting "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte." He has won him three Tony Awards, a Grammy Award, the New York Drama Critics Circle Best Musical Award, and the Pulitzer Prize.

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