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Cabaret Songs - Volumes 1 And 2

Voice and Piano

By William Bolcom

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Piano, Vocal - Difficulty: medium
Voice and Piano. Composed by William Bolcom. Vocal Collection. Ragtime. Songbook. Vocal melody, piano accompaniment and lyrics. 64 pages. Published by Edward B. Marks Music (HL.8273).

Item Number: HL.8273
ISBN 0793520789. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment and lyrics. Ragtime. 9x12 inches.

This is a collection of 12 songs primarily for the classical singer to perform in recital with piano accompaniment. The songs are in a medium voice range, and could probably be performed by any voice type (soprano, mezzo-soprano, etc.), although mezzo-sopranos will find them most suitable. The music has quite a theatrical flair, although it is in a contemporary classical style. Distinctive repertoire with a twist. Arnold Weinstein's texts are as pithy as Bolcom's settings of them.

  • Amor (Amor, Amor, Amor) 
  • Over The Piano 
  • Fur(Murray The Furrier) 
  • He Tipped The Waiter  
  • Waitin 
  • Song Of Black Max  
  • Places To Live  
  • Toothbrush Time 
  • Surprise! 
  • The Actor 
  • Oh Close The Curtain 
  • George 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • August 29, 2012 This book is awesome.

    I am a soprano, and I'm used to classical performance rather than cabaret or musical theatre. This is an excellent way to transition into more "casual" material while still being challenging and interesting enough to keep your attention. These songs are classics in their own right and while the...

    pieces in here are written for mezzo-soprano, there are quite a few that can suit other voice types.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Minneapolis
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • March 17, 2008 Fun songs to add life to your recital

    If you feel people will treat your recital as uninteresting because your music is all 19th c. or earlier, and inaccessible because it's in French, German, or Italian, then these songs might be what you're looking for. American, fun, interesting, contemporary, relevant, and totally unlike anything else that...

    will be on your program.

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