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Title:
Working : vocal selections
Author:
Stickland, Paul. Working. Selections. Vocal score.
Publication Information:
Miami, FL. : Warner Bros. Publications, [1980?]
Physical Description:
1 vocal score (113 pages) ; 30 cm
General Note:
Songs from the musical by Micki Grant and others; arr. for voice and piano, with chord symbols.

Based on Working / Studs Terkel.
Language:
English
Contents:
All the livelong day : (I hear America Singing / Walt Whitman) ; music and additional lyrics by Stephen Schwartz -- Lovin' Al / music and lyrics by Micki Grant -- The mason / music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia -- Neat to be a newsboy / music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz -- Nobody tells me how / lyrics by Susan Birkenhead ; music by Mary Rodgers -- Un Mejor Dia Vendra / lyrics by Graciela Daniele and Matt Landers ; music by James Taylor -- Just a housewife / music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia -- Millwork / music and lyrics by James Taylor -- If I could've been / music and lyrics by Micki Grant -- Joe / music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia -- It's an art / music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz -- Brother Trucker / music and lyrics by James Taylor -- Fathers and sons / music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz -- Cleanin' women / music and lyrics by Micki Grant -- Something to point to / music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia.
ISBN:
9780769217154
Format :
Musical Score

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M1508 .W655 1980C Musical Score Grosvenor Room-Oversize
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Summary

Summary

Titles include: All the Livelong Day * Brother Trucker * Cleanin' Women * Fathers and Sons * If I Could've Been * It's an Art * Joe * Just a Housewife * Lovin' All * The Mason * Millwork * Neat to Be a Newsboy * Something to Point Out, and others.


Author Notes

Stephen Schwartz, and author and journalist, has reported on religious affairs in the Balkans and other areas around the world for many years. He was on the staff of the San Francisco Chronicle, worked as a reporter for the Weekly Forward, and is currently a news writer at Voice of America. He lives in Washington, D.C.