Richard/Robert Sherman: Selections From 'The Slipper And The Rose'

Books | Piano, Vocal & Guitar

Catalogue No: NGA222222
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook
The Slipper And The Rose is the story of Cinderella with a twist told through delightful Sherman songs.
Published on: 03 August 1998
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Publisher: Noel Gay
 
     
       

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        5
        For anyone who loves this film and its gorgeous musical score, this is wonderful. Not difficult - you can just sit down and play at 1st glance. Some of the arrangements are magical, in particular the last piece 'I can't forget the melody' - it's just beautiful!!!
        Becs - (Newport, United Kingdom)
        5
        Never received this item!
        Anonymous - (Thousand Oaks, United States)
        5
        I had been looking everywhere for the music for my wedding and was really impressed with the very speedy service. Plus the cover matches my wedding colour scheme perfectly!! Was an extra nice surprise!!!
        Anonymous - (Leamington Spa, United Kingdom)
        4
        If you love the film then you'll love playing the music. Fairly easy arrangement so not a challenge to play - I'm really pleased with this purchase.
        Anonymous - (Leigh-On-Sea, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent selection from the film. Just what I was looking for.
        Anonymous - (Salisbury, United Kingdom)
        3
        I loved the songs from this since I saw the film when it first came out, so was thrilled that there could be a print run of the music. This is only done to order now, but still is a great service to have. Of course it is copied music, stapled rather than bound (which makes it awkward when playing from it) and clearly there were colour photos in the original which when black and white photocopies are bad quality and unnecessary in my view! I suppose the piano part is less sumptuous - the thing which makes the music work so well is the orchestration - on its bare bones it lacks something, however, it is a great resource to have and than you music room for offering it!
        Anonymous - (walton on thames, United Kingdom)

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