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The singer's musical theatre anthology : a collection of songs from the musical stage, categorized by voice type. Volume 2, Baritone/bass / compiled and edited by Richard Walters.
Milwaukee, Wis. : Hal Leonard Pub. Corp., c1993.
1 vocal score (224 p.) ; 31 cm.
Vocal scores with piano
Acc. arr. for piano.
Includes historical information on the shows.
Annie get your gun. Girl that I marry ; My defenses are down
Anything goes. All through the night
Bells are ringing. Long before I knew you ; Just in time
The boys from Syracuse. This can't be love
Can-can. It's all right with me
Carousel. Highest judge of all
Do re mi. All of my life
Gentlemen prefer blondes. Bye bye baby
Guys and dolls. My time of day ; Luck be a lady ; More I cannot wish you
Jesus Christ superstar. Pilate's dream
Kiss me, Kate. I've come to wive it wealthily in Padua
Knickerbocker holiday. There's nowhere to go but up
Little Mary Sunshine. You're the fairest flower
A little night music. In praise of women
Mack and Mabel. I won't send roses
Me and my girl. Leaning on a lamp-post
Merrily we roll along. Good thing going
Les misérables. Empty chairs at empty tables ; Stars
Mlle. Modiste. I want what I want when I want it
The most happy fella. Joey, Joey, Joey
My fair lady. I've grown accustomed to her face
Nine. Guido's song ; Only with you
Oklahoma!. Surrey with the fringe on top
Oliver!. My name
On the town. Lonely town
Pipe dream. All at once you love her ; Man I used to be
Promises, promises. Promises, promises
She loves me. Ilona
Silk stockings. All of you
Street scene. Wouldn't you like to be on Broadway
The unsinkable Molly Brown. I'll never say no
Where's Charley. Once in love with Amy.
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