Betty Roe: Pubs Are People Places

Betty Roe: Pubs Are People Places

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Voice, Piano Accompaniment (VCE/PFA)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Composer: Betty Roe
Catalogue #: TH978617


The songs in this mini-revue capture the essence of traditional 'pub life' superbly. Full of warmth, humour and witty observation, you will probably think it was written about your local watering hole! The mini-revue, including an opener and closer, brings together eight songs which can be performed as a set or perhaps as a part of a whole evening's entertainment. It would be ideal at a social function for am-dram society or revue group, or seperately in a cabaret. The set offers opportunities for several performers, male and female, with a compere to introduce the items using the words provided and perhaps adding a few of his own.
The songs are all conversational and perhaps should be delivered thus, without undue attention to note-values. ry not to let singing get in the way of natural speech-rhythms and letting the characters be themselves.

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Giles And Fiona
Home Again
Landlady's Lament
Pubs Are People Places

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Published on: Not specified
Format: Vocal Work
Length: 32 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Thames Publishing
Lyricist: John Turner

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