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Escape to…Broadway – March 2009

  1. I Could Write a Book, Richard Rodgers, From “Pal Joey” 1940, Arr. Deke Sharon, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  2. Always , Irving Berlin, From “The Cocoanuts” 1927, Arr. Deke Sharon (cut from the original Broadway production)
  3. Blue Skies , Irving Berlin, From “Betsy” 1926, Arr. Deke Sharon
  4. Why Was I Born?, Jerome Kern, From “Sweet Adeline” 1930, Arr. James Bassi, Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  5. The Song is You, Jerome Kern, From “Music in the Air” 1932, Arr. James Bassi, Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  6. My Funny Valentine, Richard Rodgers, From “Babes in Arms” 1937, Arr. Kirby Shaw, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  7. I Got Rhythm, George & Ira Gershwin, from “Girl Crazy” 1930, Arr. Christopher Clapham
  8. Night & Day, Cole Porter, from “Gay Divorce” 1932, Arr. Andrew Carter
  9. September Song, Kurt Weill, from “Knickerbocker Holiday” 1938, Arr. Phil Mattson, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson
  10. Lost in the Stars , Kurt Weill, from “Lost in the Stars” 1949, Arr. Paris Rutherford, lyrics: Maxwell Anderson
  11. French Choruses, Leonard Bernstein, From “The Lark” 1955
    1. Spring Song
    2. Court Song Lyrics by Adam de la Halle – 13th Century French Poet
    3. Soldier’s Song
  12. More I Cannot Wish You, Frank Loesser, from “Guys & Dolls” 1950, Arr. Phil Mattson
  13. Somewhere, Leonard Bernstein, from “West Side Story” 1957, Arr. Roger Edgerton, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  14. If I Loved You, Richard Rodgers, from “Carousel” 1945, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  15. This Nearly was Mine, Richard Rodgers, from “South Pacific” 1949, Arr. Deke Sharon, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  16. I Have Dreamed, Richard Rodgers, from “The King & I” 1951, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  17. Till There was You, Meredith Wilson, from “The Music Man” 1957, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  18. If Ever I would Leave You, Frederick Loewe, from “Camelot” 1960, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner
  19. Try to Remember, Harvey Schmidt, from “The Fantastiks” 1960, Arr. Steve Zegree, lyrics: Tom Jones
  20. Put on a Happy Face, Charles Strouse, from “Bye, Bye Birdie” 1960, Arr. Deke Sharon, lyrics by Lee Adams
  21. Once Upon a Time, Charles Strouse, from “All American” 1962, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Lee Adams
  22. Another Hundred People, Stephen Sondheim, from “Company”, 1970, Arr. Victoria L. Linich
  23. Send in the Clowns, Stephen Sondheim, from “A Little Night Music”, 1973, Arr. Darmon Meader
  24. What I Did for Love  , Marvin Hamlisch, from “A Chorus Line” 1975, Arr. Mac Huff, lyrics by Edward Kleban
  25. All I Ask of You  , Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, from “Phantom of the Opera” 1986, Arr. Bob Chilcott, lyrics by Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe
  26.  ‘Til Him, Mel Brooks, from “The Producers” 2001, Arr. Deke Sharon
  27. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song), Billy Joel, from “Movin’ Out” 2002, Arr. Deke Sharon
  28. Seasons of Love, Jonathan Larson, from “Rent” 1996, Arr. Deke Sharon
  29. Soon It’s Gonna Rain, Harvey Schmidt, from “The Fantastiks” 1960, Arr. Kirby Shaw, lyrics by Tom Jones