DescriptionA modern day music theatre phenomenon, Tim Minchin´s Matilda The Musical is the multiple Oliver Award-winning adaptation of Roald Dahl´s classic children´s novel from the Royal Shakespeare Company. This official songbook presents ten songs from the show arranged for easy piano with chord symbols, as well as an eight-page photo section.SonglistBruceMy HouseNaughtyQuietRevolting ChildrenSchool SongTellyThe HammerThe Smell Of RebellionWhen I Grow Up
Matilda: The Musical (PVG):Wise Publications Wise Publications
Little Voices - Matilda The Musical, m. Audio-CD:Chor zweistimmig, Klavierbegleitung
Little Voices - Matilda The Musical features five songs selected from the hit musical arranged in two parts for young groups and choirs, complete with piano accompaniment and vocal demonstration on CD.
DescriptionA modern day music theatre phenomenon, Matilda The Musical is the multiple Olivier Award-winning adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s novel, newly adapted for the stage with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin. This official songbook presents all the songs from the show arranged for voice and piano with chord symbols, as well as an eight-page colour photo section and an exclusive foreword written by Tim Minchin. SonglistBruceI´m HereLoudMiracleMy HouseNaughtyPatheticQuietRevolting ChildrenSchool SongTellyThe HammerThe Smell Of RebellionThis Little GirlWhen I Grow UpWhen I Grow Up/Naughty
This week, on the eve of the Tony Awards, Studio 360 meets some of the stars who gave Broadway a remarkable year. Tom Hanks and George C. Wolfe tell Kurt Andersen about working on the last play by the late Nora Ephron, and Tim Minchin performs some songs from Matilda, the category-killing musical. And we begin our epic search for the best high school band ever! Ready, set, upload. [Broadcast Date: June 8, 2013] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/130608/rt_stud_130608_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Theatre Music and Sound at the RSC:Macbeth to Matilda Palgrave Studies in British Musical Theatre Millie Taylor
Theatre Music and Sound at the RSC:Macbeth to Matilda Palgrave Studies in British Musical Theatre. Auflage 2018 Millie Taylor
DescriptionThis revised edition includes 70 songs from classic musicals to recent blockbusters such as Aida, Chicago, The Full Monty, Hairspray, The Producers and more.Includes: All I Ask of You, Camelot, Everything´s Coming Up Roses, If I Loved You, The Impossible Dream, Mame, One, Seasons of Love, Some Enchanted Evening, Thoroughly Modern Millie and more.(I Wonder Why?) You´re Just In Love (Call Me Madam) A Lot Of Livin´ To Do (Bye Bye Birdie) All I Ask Of You (The Phantom Of The Opera) Anything You Can Do (Annie Get Your Gun) Bali Ha´i (South Pacific) Beauty And The Beast (Beauty And The Beast) Before The Parade Passes By (Hello! Dolly) Being Alive (Company) Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) Brotherhood Of Man (How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying) Brush Up Your Shakespeare (Kiss Me, Kate) Camelot (Cemelot) Close Every Door (Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour® Dreamcoat) Everything´s Coming Up Roses (Gypsy) Falling Slowly (Once) Hello, Dolly! (Hello Dolly!) Hello, Young Lovers (The King And I) I Ain´t Down Yet (The Unsinkable Molly Brown) I Believe (Book Of Mormon) I Dreamed A Dream (Les Miserables) I Got The Sun In The Morning (Annie Get Your Gun) If He Walked Into My Life (Mame) If I Loved You (Carousel) It´s Too Late (Beautiful) I´ve Never Been In Love Before (Guys And Dolls) Kids! (Bye Bye Birdie) Leaning On A Lamp Post (Me And My Girl) Let´s Misbehave (High Society) Love, Look Away (Flower Drum Song) Luck Be A Lady (Guys And Dolls) Make Someone Happy (Do Re Mi) Mame (Mame) Mamma Mia (Mamma Mia!) Maybe This Time (Cabaret) Memory (Cats) My Heart Stood Still (A Connecticut Yankee) Oklahoma (Oklamhoma!) One (From A Chorus Line) Over The Rainbow (The Wizard Of Oz) Part Of Your World (The Little Mermaid) People (Funny Girl) Put On A Happy Face (Bye Bye Birdie) Seasons Of Love (Rent) Singin´ In The Rain (Singin´ In The Rain) Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific) Someone Like You (Jekyll & Hyde) Tell Me On A Sunday (Song & Dance) Ten Cents A Dance (Simple Simon) The Girl That I Marry (Annie Get Your Gun) The Impossible Dream (The Quest) (Man Of La Mancha) The Joint Is Jumpin´ (Ain´t Misbehavin´) The Sweetest Sounds (No Strings) There Is Nothin´ Like A Dame (South Pacific) There´s A Small Hotel (On Your Toes) They Live In You (The Lion King: The Broadway Musical) This Is The Moment (Jekyll & Hyde) Thoroughly Modern Millie (Thoroughly Modern Millie) Till There Was You (The Music Man) Tomorrow (Annie) Unusual Way (Nine) We Can Do It (The Producers) Welcome To The 60´s (Hairspray) What I Did For Love (A Chorus Line) When I Grow Up (Matilda The Musical) When You Got It, Flaunt It (The Producers) With A Song In My Heart (Spring Is Here) With One Look (Sunset Boulevard) Without You (Rent) You Are Beautiful (Flower Drum Song) You´ve Got A Friend (Beautiful)
´´Unlike cricket, which is a polite game, Australian Rules Football creates a desire on the part of the crowd to tear someone apart, usually the referee.” This is only one of the entertaining and astute observations the U.S. military provided in the pocket guides distributed to the nearly one million American soldiers who landed on the shores of Australia between 1942 and 1945. Although the Land Down Under felt more familiar than many of their assignments abroad, American G.I.s still needed help navigating the distinctly different Aussie culture, and coming to their rescue was Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia, 1942. This pamphlet is filled with pithy notes on Australian customs, language, and other cultural facts the military deemed necessary for every American soldier. From the native wildlife—a land of ´´funny animals”—to the nation’s colonial history, to the general characteristics of Australians—´´an outdoors sort of people, breezy and very democratic”—Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia gives a concise yet amazingly informative overview of the island nation. Regarding Aussie slang, it notes that ´´the Australian has few equals in the world at swearing.... The commonest swear words are ´bastard´ (pronounced ´barstud´), ´bugger,´ and ‘bloody,’ and the Australians have a genius for using the latter nearly every other word.´´ The pamphlet also contains a humorous explanation of the country’s musical traditions—including an annotated text of ´´Waltzing Matilda´´—as well as amusing passages on sports, politics, and the Aussies’ attitudes toward Yanks and Brits. A fascinating look at a neglected Allied front in the Southern hemisphere, Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia, 1942 follows its successful predecessors as a captivating historical document of a pivotal era in history. 1. Language: English. Narrator: L. J. Ganser. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001330/bk_adbl_001330_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.