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Title:
The producers : the new Mel Brooks musical
Author:
Brooks, Mel, 1926-
Personal Author:
Uniform Title:
Producers. Vocal score. Selections
Publication Information:
Milwaukee, WI : H. Leonard Corp., [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
1 vocal score (143 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm
General Note:
For voice and piano, with chord symbols.

Includes synopsis.
Language:
English
Contents:
Opening night -- The king of Broadway -- We can do it -- I wanna be a producer -- In old Bavaria -- Der guten Tag hop-clop -- Keep it gay -- When you got it, flaunt it -- Along came Bialy -- That face -- Haben sie gehört das Deutsche band? -- You never say good luck on opening night -- Springtime for Hitler -- Heil myself -- Where did we go right? -- Betrayed -- 'Til him -- Prisoners of love -- Goodbye!
ISBN:
9780634036231
Format :
Musical Score

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Summary

Summary

(Vocal Selections). Mel Brooks' The Producers has the honorable distinction of being the biggest smash in the history of Broadway! The production, which won a record 12 Tony Awards, is based on Brooks' 1968 comedy classic film, and stars the loveable Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. Our deluxe vocal selections book features a stunning 8-page section of full-color photos from the Broadway production, and voice line with piano accompaniment arrangements of 19 fantastic songs: Along Came Bialy * Betrayed * Der Guten Tag Hop-Clop * Goodbye! * Haben Sie Gehort Das Deutsche Band? (Have You Ever Heard the German Band?) * Heil Myself * I Wanna Be a Producer * In Old Bavaria * Keep It Gay * The King of Broadway * Opening Night * Prisoners of Love (Leo & Max) * Springtime for Hitler * That Face * 'Til Him * We Can Do It * When You Got It, Flaunt It * Where Did We Go Right? * You Never Say Good Luck on Opening Night.