The singer's musical theatre anthology. Mezzo-soprano/Belter. Volume 3 / compiled and edited by Richard Walters.

Musical score
Milwaukee, Wis. : Hal Leonard Corp., [2000?].
1 vocal score (280 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.
  • Annie get your gun. You can't get a man with a gun ; They say it's wonderful
  • The apple tree. Gorgeous
  • Beauty and the beast. Change in me
  • Cabaret. So what? ; Mein Herr ; Maybe this time
  • Chicago. Class ; When you're good to Mama
  • A chorus line. Nothing
  • Company. Ladies who lunch
  • Cowgirls. Heads or tails ; Don't call me trailer trash
  • Do re mi. Adventure
  • Follies. Ah, but underneath ; Uptown, downtown
  • Footloose. Can you find it in your heart?
  • Funny girl. Don't rain on my parade
  • Girl crazy. But not for me
  • Gypsy. Everything's coming up roses ; Rose's turn
  • I can get it for you wholesale. Miss Marmelstein
  • I love you, you're perfect, now change. Always a bridesmaid
  • Is there life after high school? Nothing really happened
  • Jekyll & Hyde. Someone like you ; New life
  • Leave it to me. My heart belongs to Daddy
  • Miss Saigon. I'd give my life for you
  • Parade. My child will forgive me ; You don't know this man
  • Ruthless. Teaching third grade
  • St. Louis woman. I had myself a true love
  • Side show. Who will love me as I am?
  • Song and dance. Let me finish ; Third letter home
  • Songs for a new world. Stars and the moon
  • South Pacific. Honey Bun
  • Sunset Boulevard. As if we never said goodbye ; With one look
  • Working. Just a housewife
  • You're a good man, Charlie Brown. My new philosophy.
Other title(s)
Singer's musical theater anthology. Mezzo-soprano/Belter. Volume 3
  • 0634009753 (pbk.)
  • 9780634009754 (pbk.)
  • 0634060147 (CDs)
  • 9780634060144 (CDs)
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