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Sing Musical Theatre: Over The Rainbow (Piano/Voice/Guitar)

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Sing Musical Theatre: Over The Rainbow features fifteen musical theatre songs in a range of styles, both classic and contemporary with useful background and performance notes, handy singing tips and exercises, and backing track CD. Suitable for Singing and Musical Theatre candidates Grades 4–5 or for anyone looking for a new, practical compilation of the repertoire, carefully selected to be appropriate for the grade.

Publisher: Trinity/Faber

ISBN: 0571535577

Item Code: 0571535577

Access Code: TCL011480

EAN: 9780571535576

Price: £14.99
Availability:941 in stock

Genre(s): Musical Theatre

Product Language: English

Territories: Trinity/Faber Joint Pubications Item available in EU, South Africa, India, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia & New Zealand

Grade(s): Grade 4, Grade 5

Included Media: 1CD

Series: Sing Musical Theatre

Exam Board: Trinity Guildhall

  • Voice
  • Piano
  • Guitar
  1. Beautiful (Mort)
  2. But Not For Me (Girl Crazy)
  3. Feed The Birds (Mary Poppins)
  4. I Can Hear The Bells (Hairspray)
  5. I Want To Go Home (Big)
  6. Legally Blonde (Blonde)
  7. Les Poissons (The Little Mermaid)
  8. My Defenses Are Down (Annie Get Your Gun)
  9. My Ship (Lady In The Dark)
  10. Notice Me, Horton (Seussical The Musical)
  11. Only Love (The Scarlet Pimpernel)
  12. Over The Rainbow (The Wizard Of Oz)
  13. Reviewing The Situation (Oliver!)
  14. Something Good (The Sound Of Music)
  15. Warts And All
  16. (Honk!)

They provide complete support for the Trinity Guildhall Musical Theatre and Performance Arts candidates (and their teachers), which doesn’t specify particular items in the syllabus. It is of course, also very useful for anyone else who is looking for a well-presented repertoire collection…..Overall a very welcome addition for the libraries of those teaching in this area.

Singing Magazine (AOTOS) Summer 2012

....good to see a series of musical theatre and film music being put together with levels and grades in mind. There are songs for both boys and girls in each book, laid out with clear ideas for understanding the song, its context and technical issues which need to be worked on.

In summary, it’s great to see that more is being done to provide material for singing exams. In an ideal world even more would be made available to help reduce the pre-exam stress for teachers and students.

Music Teacher Magazine, March 2012