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Fame, the musical /
conceived and developed by David de Silva ; book by Jose Fernandez ; lyrics by Jacques Levy ; music by Steve Margoshes.
imprint
[Van Nuys, Calif.] : Alfred Publishing, c2007.
description
1 vocal score (102 p.) : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
ISBN
0739049267, 9780739049266
format(s)
Score
Holdings
More Details
imprint
[Van Nuys, Calif.] : Alfred Publishing, c2007.
isbn
0739049267
9780739049266
standard identifier
038081314419
publisher #
28453
contents note
Prologue : Pray I make P.A. -- Hard work -- I want to make magic -- Can't keep it down -- There she goes! ; Fame -- Let's play a love scene -- Mabel's prayer -- Think of Meryl Streep -- Dancin' on the sidewalk -- These are my children -- In L.A. -- Let's play a love scene (duet) -- Bring on tomorrow -- Fame /
general note
Cover title.
For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
catalogue key
6634702
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). Fame: The Musical has been dazzling audiences since its debut in 1988. Originally based off the award-winning 1980 movie, then a long-running television series and even a reality show, the musical follows the lives of a group of aspiring entertainers at New York's High School for Performing Arts. Catchy songs and spectacular dance numbers fill the Broadway hit that has now been produced in nearly 25 countries worldwide. All songs include lyrics, melody line, and chord changes with professionally arranged piano accompaniment. Titles: Prologue: Pray I Make P.A. * Hard Work * I Want to Make Magic * There She Goes!/Fame * Let's Play a Love Scene * Mabel's Prayer * Think of Meryl Streep * Dancin' on the Sidewalk * These Are My Children * In L.A. * Let's Play a Love Scene (Duet) * Bring on Tomorrow * Fame.
Main Description
Fame: The Musical has been dazzling audiences since its debut in 1988. Originally based off the award-winning 1980 movie, then a long-running television series and even a reality show, the musical follows the lives of a group of aspiring entertainers at New York's High School for Performing Arts. Catchy songs and spectacular dance numbers fill the Broadway hit that has now been produced in nearly 25 countries worldwide. This summer, Fame: The Musical began a new run at the prestigious Shaftesbury Theatre in London's West End. Alfred now introduces hit songs from the Fame: The Musical soundtrack. All songs include lyrics, melody line, and chord changes with professionally arranged piano accompaniment. Titles: Prologue: Pray I Make P.A. * Hard Work * I Want to Make Magic * There She Goes!/Fame * Let's Play a Love Scene * Mabel's Prayer * Think of Meryl Streep * Dancin' on the Sidewalk * These Are My Children * In L.A. * Let's Play a Love Scene (Duet) * Bring on Tomorrow * Fame.
Main Description
Fame: The Musical has been dazzling audiences since its debut in 1988. Originally based off the award-winning 1980 movie, then a long-running television series and even a reality show, the musical follows the lives of a group of aspiring entertainers at New York’s High School for Performing Arts. Catchy songs and spectacular dance numbers fill the Broadway hit that has now been produced in nearly 25 countries worldwide. This summer, Fame: The Musical began a new run at the prestigious Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End. Alfred now introduces hit songs from the Fame: The Musical soundtrack. All songs include lyrics, melody line, and chord changes with professionally arranged piano accompaniment. Titles: Prologue: Pray I Make P.A. * Hard Work * I Want to Make Magic * There She Goes!/Fame * Let’s Play a Love Scene * Mabel’s Prayer * Think of Meryl Streep * Dancin’ on the Sidewalk * These Are My Children * In L.A. * Let’s Play a Love Scene (Duet) * Bring on Tomorrow * Fame.

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