Stephen Schwartz: Wicked (Choral Highlights) (SATB)

Books | SATB, Piano Accompaniment

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Composer: Stephen Schwartz
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
The musical Wicked that took Broadway by storm! Based on what happens before Dorothy arrives in Oz, this journey is fun for everyone. This edition includes the songs No One Mourns The Wicked, The Wizard And I, One Short Day, For Good and Defying Gravity
ISBN: 73999873290
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 16 November 2005
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL08621375
 
     
       

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        4
        A neat medley of songs from 'Wicked' While the way some movements segue from one into another is slightly cheesy (for example, the transition from 'No One Mourns the Wicked' into 'The Wizard and I' is slightly twee), the piece flows well, and what's a choral medley without the odd cheesy transition?! The piano part is quite tricky in places, but the chords are very useful for vampers. Works well with just a few voices or a full SATB choir.
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
        5
        Nice for a larger group of people, would say for the smaller group would be nice to perform the solo songs as solos giving the performance nice contrast and painting more of a story...
        Anonymous - (Hull, United Kingdom)
        5
        Fantastic arrangement!
        Anonymous - (Malvern, United Kingdom)
        4
        Some of the links are a little weird, but great arrangements - definitely recommended.
        Anonymous - (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
        4
        The piano part is difficult so you would need a good pianist to play it but the music is very good.
        Anonymous - (Lancing, United Kingdom)
        4
        Excellent arrangements of some of the best songs from the show re capturing the stage feel. Good, quite challenging writing for parts often in show voice range. Well balanced supportive accompaniment. Very useful concert programme material.
        Anonymous - (Plymouth, United Kingdom)

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