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By Dean Pitchford

Piano/Vocal/Guitar - Difficulty: medium
Vocal Selections. Broadway. Songbook. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams, color photos, show credits and introductory text. 128 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.313133).

Item Number: HL.313133

ISBN 0634005138. 9x12 inches.

Features 15 vocal selections with a full-color souvenir photo section and plot summary. Songs include: Almost Paradise * Footloose * The Girl Gets Around * Holding Out for a Hero * I Confess * I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man) * Learning to Be Silent * Let's Hear It for the Boy * Let's Make Believe We're in Love * Mama Says * On Any Sunday * more.

  • Holding Out For A Hero  A Minor
  • Almost Paradise  G Major
  • On Any Sunday  Ab Major
  • The Girl Gets Around  E Major
  • I Can't Stand Still  Bb Major
  • Somebody's Eyes  A Minor
  • Heaven Help Me  A Major
  • Can You Find It In Your Heart?  C Major
  • I Confess  E Minor
  • Mama Says  Eb Major
  • Learning To Be Silent  Ab Major
  • Let's Make Believe We're In Love  C Major
  • Footloose  A Major
  • I'm Free (Heaven Helps The Man)  Bb Major
  • Let's Hear It For The Boy  C Major
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Chicago, IL
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • 2005-11-25 00:00:00.0 Footloose!

    I was in this musical this past summer and our pianist used this book. It was a great help to be able to play my solos(Can You Find it in Your Heart and Learning to Be Silent) on the piano while I was practicing at home, and all the...

    songs in this book are fabulous and fun. Cut Loose!

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  • 5

    Matt Macis
    Abingdon, MD
  • 2003-08-10 00:00:00.0 Cut Loose!

    Awesome collection... the broadway version of the popular hits, plus those written just for the stage. Majority of the songs contain all the vocal parts that are sung layering (On Any Sunday, I'm Free, The Girl Gets Around, etc.) unlike some other musical selections. Only thing to note is...

    that 'Let's Hear it for the Boy' is written in it's original key from the original version (by Denice Williams), not the key they use from the broadway version. The song is a step lower than the show key. Other than that, this is a must have for any Footloose or pop music/musicaal fan. Cut Footloose!

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