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By Harvey Schmidt

Piano/Keyboard, Vocal
Composed by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones. Vocal Score. Broadway. 180 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.312071).

Item Number: HL.312071

ISBN 0881880108. 9x12 inches.

Vocal score with 16 piano/vocal arrangements, including: Beautician Ballet • Bored • Celebration • Fifty Mill Years Ago • I'm Glad 2 See U Got What U Want • It's U Who Makes Me Young • Love Song • My Garden • Not My Problem • Orphan in the Storm • Saturnalia • Somebody • Survive • Under the Tree • Where Did It Go? • Winter and Summer.

  • Orphan In The Storm(Celebration) 
  • Survive (Celebration) 
  • Somebody (Celebration) 
  • Bored (Celebration) 
  • My Garden (Celebration) 
  • Where Did It Go? (Celebration) 
  • I'm Glad 2 See U Got What U Want 
  • It's U Who Makes Me Young 
  • Not My Problem (Celebration) 
  • Fifty Mill Yrs Ago(Celebration) 
  • Beautician Ballet (Celebration) 
  • Saturnalia (Celebration) 
  • Winter And Summer (Celebration) 
  • Celebration 
  • Under The Tree 
  • Love Song 

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  • 5

    Nancy Beier
    Port Angeles, WA
    Difficulty Level:
  • January 21, 2009 Celebration - a show to Celebrate!

    "Celebration" is a good show if you have good singers and good musicians. The music is difficult, both harmonically and vocally, and the chorus is an integral part of the action. Songs are "catchy" and fun. It's worth the effort.

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  • 5

    Melvin S. Smedlap
    San Francisco
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • November 05, 2000 Celebrate - Before It's Too Late!

    Never has this musical been more timely than now. Against a backdrop of simplicity and virtue, the forces of greed, self-centeredness and irresponsibility are challenged and channeled into a triumph of the spirit. With songs like "Not My Problem" and "Where Did It Go?" the audience gets a chance...

    to reflect on the greed and isolation that seems to underscore the dot com generation. The music invites you to step into a garden where love can still exist without vulgarity and kindness is not looked upon as a weakness.

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