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The Broadway Ingénue - 37 Theatre Songs For Soprano


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano, Piano Accompaniment (SOP/PFA)
Catalogue #: HL00000386
ISBN: 9780634082313
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The Broadway Ingénue contains 37 Theatre Songs for Soprano, with piano accompaniment. Superb audition and concert material.

An ingénue, a pretty young woman, is a well-defined character type in musical theatre. The songs in this collection represent repertoire from famous soprano ingénues such as Julie Andrews, Barbara Cook, Shirley Jones, and many others, with songs from Camelot, My Fair Lady, Show Boat, The Music Man, Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, and 18 other shows.




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Customer Rating If you like songs from the shows this book is a must, some of the best songs ever sung and will continue to be sung over the years to come, 1 of the best books I have ever bought
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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 08/05/2007
Format: Vocal Album
Length: 186 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Editor: Richard Walters

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