100 Years of Broadway

100 Years of Broadway

A Centennial Collection of Song

Book - 1994
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Hal Leonard
In 1893, when 42nd Street in New York City was still considered "rural," the American Theatre was erected and the Broadway tradition began. The theatres have moved and been renamed, the musical styles have changed and evolved, and few shows from 1893 are remembered, but Broadway has thrived and flourished. This book brings together 100 years of memories with over 80 songs from shows ranging from Babes in Toyland to Kiss of the Spider Woman. It also includes synopses and photos from the shows. Songs include: Bewitched * Bonjour Amour * Comedy Tonight * Give My Regards to Broadway * I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face * The Impossible Dream * Love Changes Everything * Memory * Sun and Moon * You're the Top * and more.

Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Pub. Corp., c1994.
ISBN: 9780793529643
Branch Call Number: Q 782.81 ONE
Characteristics: 1 vocal score (398 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation


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