The singer's musical theatre anthology. Volume 2, Soprano / compiled and edited by Richard Walters.

Musical score
Rev. ed.
Milwaukee, Wis. : Hal Leonard Pub. Corp., [2000?].
1 vocal score (222 p.) ; 31 cm.


  • "A collection of songs from the musical stage, categorized by voice type. The selections are presented in their authentic settings, excerpted from the original vocal scores."
  • Acc. arr. for piano.
  • Includes historical information on the shows.
  • Allegro. So far
  • Anything goes. All through the night ; Gypsy in me
  • Conversation piece. I'll follow my secret heart
  • The enchantress. Art is calling for me
  • Evening primrose. Take me to the world
  • Evita. Another suitcase in another hall
  • Fiorello! When did I fall in love?
  • Guys and dolls. I'll know ; If I were a bell
  • Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Paris. I loved
  • The King and I. I whistle a happy tune
  • Kismet. And this is my beloved
  • Kiss me, Kate. I hate men
  • Little Mary Sunshine. Look for a sky of blue
  • A little night music. Glamorous life
  • Mame. Gooch's song
  • Me and Juliet. Very special day
  • The merry widow. Vilia
  • t The Mikado. Sun, whose rays are all ablaze
  • The most happy fella. Like a woman loves a man ; Warm all over --
  • (cont.) My fair lady. Without you
  • The mystery of Edwin Drood. Moonfall ; Rosa's confession
  • Nine. Call from the Vatican ; Unusual way ; Simple
  • 110 in the shade. Raunchy ; Is it really me? ; Simple little things
  • Phantom (Yeston). This place is mine ; My true love
  • Philemon. Greatest of these
  • The pirates of Penzance. Poor wand'ring one
  • Plain and fancy. It wonders me
  • Regina. What will it be for me?
  • The secret garden. How could I ever know?
  • She loves me. I don't know his name ; Will he like me? ; Dear friend
  • The sound of music. Sound of music
  • Two by two. I do not know a day I did not love you.
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Singer's musical theater anthology. Volume 2, Soprano
  • 0793530504 (pbk.)
  • 9780793530502 (pbk.)
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