The singer's musical theatre anthology. Soprano. Volume 3 / compiled and edited by Richard Walters.

Musical score
Milwaukee, Wis. : Hal Leonard Corp., [2000?].
1 vocal score (232 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.
  • The apple tree. Feelings
  • Brigadoon. Waitin' for my dearie
  • Camelot. Before I gaze at you again
  • Chicago. Little bit of good
  • Cinderella. In my own little corner
  • Cowgirls. From Chopin to country
  • Evening primrose. I remember
  • Hello, Dolly! Ribbons down my back
  • Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Paris. Sons of
  • Jekyll & Hyde. Once upon a dream ; In his eyes
  • The king and I. Getting to know you
  • Knickerbocker holiday. It never was you
  • Lady in the dark. One life to live
  • Les misérables. In my life
  • Lost in the stars. Stay well ; Trouble man
  • Love life. Mr. Right
  • Marry me a little. Girls of summer
  • Martin Guerre. How many tears?
  • Me and my girl. Once you lose your heart
  • My fair lady. Wouldn't it be loverly ; Just you wait
  • Naughty Marietta. Ah! sweet mystery of life ; Italian street song
  • Oh, Kay! Someone to watch over me
  • On your toes. There's a small hotel
  • The phantom of the Opera. Think of me ; Wishing you were somehow here again
  • Pipe dream. Sweet Thursday
  • Princess Ida. Oh, goddess wise
  • Saturday night. So many people
  • Song and dance. Unexpected song
  • Songs for a new world. Christmas lullaby
  • The sound of music. Something good ; I have confidence ; My favorite things
  • Titanic. Still
  • Where's Charley? Woman in his room
  • Whistle down the wind. Whistle down the wind.
  • 0634009745 (pbk.)
  • 9780634009747 (pbk.)
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