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17413735
17413735

Grey Gardens

By Michael Korie

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Piano/Vocal
Composed by Michael Korie and Scott Frankel. Vocal Selections. Softcover. 80 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.313365).

Item Number: HL.313365
ISBN 1423427025. 9x12 inches.

A dozen songs & artwork from the acclaimed Broadway musical recounting the real lives of reclusive socialites the Beales. Includes: Around the World • The Cake I Had • Choose to Be Happy • Daddy's Girl • Drift Away • Entering Grey Gardens • The Girl Who Has Everything • Will You? • more. Grey Gardens received 10 Tony nominations!

  • Around The World 
  • Drift Away 
  • Another Winter In A Summer Town 
  • The Cake I Had 
  • Choose To Be Happy 
  • Daddy's Girl 
  • Entering Grey Gardens 
  • The Girl Who Has Everything 
  • Jerry Likes My Corn 
  • Peas In A Pod 
  • The Revolutionary Costume For Today 
  • Will You? 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Location:
    Ohio
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • July 28, 2007 The Revolutionary Songbook For Today!

    **** I fell in love with this show after buying the CD which led to seeing it New York City the other day. I bought this book at a Theatre Circle on Schubert Alley (great store when i'm there I'm on my element). The book includes a great selection...

    from "Daddy's Girl" to "The Cake I Had". I only wished they would have included "Mother Darling" or "Hominy Grits", and "The 5:15", the opening number. The playability of the music i wanted to rate somewhere between Intermediate and Early Intermediate because of mainly the accompaniment at the beggining of the song "Around The World" it has the arpeggio going on with the left hand (the C-G-C-D-Eb-G-C-G-Eb-D-C-G-C repeating thing) with the right hand at the same time which will take some practice to get it down perfectly. Yet overall 4 stars ****

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