The golden songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein : 1943-1959 /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979.
Other Authors: Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960. (Lyricist), Brimhall, John. (Arranger)
Format: Musical Score Book
Published: New York, N.Y. : C. Hansen, [1972?]
Table of Contents:
  • Oklahoma!. Oh, what a beautiful mornin' ; Oklahoma ; People will say we're in love ; Surrey with the fringe on top
  • State fair. It might as well be spring ; It's a grand night for singing ; That's for me
  • Allegro. A fellow needs a girl
  • South Pacific. Bali ha'i ; Cockeyed optimist ; Dites-moi ; Happy talk ; I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair ; Some enchanted evening ; There is nothing like a dame ; This nearly was mine ; Wonderful guy ; Younger than springtime ; You've got to be carefully taught
  • The King and I. Getting to know you ; Hello, young lovers ; I have dreamed ; I whistle a happy tune ; Shall we dance? ; Something wonderful ; We kiss in a shadow
  • Me and Juliet. No other love
  • Cinderella. Do I love you because you're beautiful?
  • Flower drum song. I enjoy being a girl ; Love, look away ; You are beautiful
  • The sound of music. Climb ev'ry mountain ; Do-re-mi ; Edelweiss ; Maria ; My favorite things ; Sixteen going on seventeen ; Sound of music
  • No strings. The sweetest sounds / Richard Rodgers
  • Do I hear a waltz?. Do I hear a waltz? / Richard Rodgers & Stephen Sondheim.