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The 2014 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION

The North American Online Competition for Singers
sponsored by the world leader in vocal music.

2015 will be the fifth year of the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition, the innovative online competition for singers. This is the only vocal competition for all of North America aimed at young singers, ages 23 and under, and one of the first legitimate competitions for music students held entirely online.

In keeping with our founding values for the competition, there is no entry fee, making it accessible to any qualifying singer, from any location in North America (and U.S. territories), who records a video comprised of songs from the required repertoire, and then posts it on the internet in the prescribed manner by the deadline. This eliminates the commonly encountered expenses of travel to a designated destination on a specific date, as is the case in conventional music competitions.

Cash prizes are awarded to first place winners in each category, and valuable gift certificates are awarded to those singers placing second and third. Gift certificates are also possible for those named Honorable Mention. All these prizes are in the spirit of supporting further music study among talented singers.

At Hal Leonard for many years we have dedicated ourselves to publishing the very best resources for singers, respectful of various needs and interests, covering a huge variety of music. We hope that the opportunity to prepare and post a video audition continues to spur interest in art song and musical theatre literature. Many singers and teachers have told us how much they value and appreciate the unique opportunity presented by the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition.

We also very much value the sense of shared community that singers and teachers may find in watching video entries of others from all over North America.

We give an inadequate salute to all the thousands of music teachers in North America. You inspire us by keeping our musical heritage alive, passing it on to one student at a time.

Best of luck to all!

The Hal Leonard Vocal Competition is entirely comprised of video entries posted at www.youtube.com. We will not accept entries in any other manner or media for the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition.

Cash Prizes for First Place Winners, Valuable Gift Certificates for Second and Third Place Winners

We congratulate our past prize winners! Click on the year to see the video entries of past prize winners:

2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

Two Categories of Competition, Four Age Divisions for Each Category:

The Hal Leonard Vocal Competition
ART SONG

Competition Age Divisions
with Required Repertoire

Children's Voices
Ages 12 and under

Early Teen Voices
Ages 13-15

High School Voices
Ages 16-18

College/University Voices (Undergraduates)
Ages 18-23

The Hal Leonard Vocal Competition
MUSICAL THEATRE

Competition Age Divisions
with Required Repertoire

Children's Voices
Ages 12 and under

Early Teen Voices
Ages 13-15

High School Voices
Ages 16-18

College/University Voices (Undergraduates) and Young Adults
Ages 18-23

See required repertoire details for each category and age division below. To find out more about any of the required repertoire publications listed, including viewing complete contents, enter the 8-digit publication number in the Search field at www.halleonard.com.

Important - Please Read:


Common Problems with Rules and Other Topics

OFFICIAL RULES AND GUIDELINES


THE USE OF VISIBLE PHOTOCOPIES IS PROHIBITED

We have had to disqualify some video entries because of use of photocopies by accompanists, a clear violation of rule 8. We added this strict "no photocopies" rule for the 2013 competition. Most music competitions ban photocopies. Because we are, after all, a music publisher, we must take this rule very seriously.

We have also added to rule 8 a ban of playing from any visible loose pages of music of any kind, whether they are photocopies or pages cut from a Book, or any visible loose pages placed in any kind of binder, because the judges cannot tell that loose pages such as these are not photocopies. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this strict rule. Pianists must play from original publications, whether this is their preference or not. The purchase of a publication does not grant the right to photocopy for rehearsal or performance with a pianist. We urge the use of page turners as necessary.

We note that many competitions have a similar rule, allowing absolutely no photocopies to be used in the performance during auditions.

SONGS MUST BE FROM THE REQUIRED REPERTOIRE LIST

Each year we are forced to disqualify a few entries because the singer sings songs that are not from the list of specified required repertoire publications for a category. This has particularly been a problem in the children's categories. Singers must sing songs from the publications listed in the required repertoire list for the category of entry. Music competitions generally have required repertoire, and the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition is no different in this regard. The publications in the required repertoire list for each category and age division have been carefully considered, and generally offer a wide array of material from which to choose. In fairness, we must insist that all entrants abide by these prescribed rules.

Each year we receive inquiries that essentially ask, "May I sing a song from a Book not on the required repertoire list?" Or, "I have this Book not on your repertoire list. May I sing a song from this instead? The answer to these questions will always be no. In fairness to all entrants we must insist that the repertoire rules be followed. If you sing a song not from one of the publications in the required repertoire list, you will be disqualified.

Also, many singer entries make mistakes in listing which publication a song is from. Please accurately list in your entry form the title of the Book in which your song is published.

ENTER THE APPROPRIATE AGE DIVISION

Age is defined as the entering singer's age on the deadline of February 1, 2014. Make certain that you enter the correct age division of the competition. Each year we have entries in the wrong age categories. Also, make certain that you have chosen songs from the required repertoire publications for your age division. It is not acceptable to sing repertoire from another age division, even a higher age division. Doing so will require us to disqualify your entry.

THE DEADLINE FOR ENTRY MUST BE RESPECTED

Video entries must be submitted by 2:00 am Central time on February 2, 2015. This is 12:00 am Pacific Time, giving all the time zones in North America the full day of February 1, 2015 to enter. Each year we have inquiries asking if a submission may be made after the deadline. In fairness to all who enter, who abide by the deadline, we will not accept entries made after the deadline for any reason, whatever the circumstances.

TRANSPOSITIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED

For the video entries in the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition, songs must be sung in a published key that is in a publication on the required repertoire list for a category. Note that some of the publications on the required repertoire list come in more than one key (such as High Voice or Low Voice). As long as it is a published key from one of the publications on the required repertoire list, the entry is acceptable. For the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition we will not accept entries of transposed keys that are not in the required repertoire list of publications.

VIDEO AND AUDIO QUALITY

While we do not expect professional quality video and audio, after hearing thousands of video auditions for the competition, we have observed that those videos with notably poor video and audio quality make a less than good impression. On some entries the audio is so distorted that it is impossible to get a good impression of the singer's voice. We urge you to do the best you can. Take acoustics and the placement of microphones into account. Please test the recording set up before recording your video. A video audition sung in a small room with dead acoustics will generally make a less flattering vocal impression than a video audition recorded in a room with more sympathetic acoustics.

OFFICIAL RULES AND GUIDELINES

In the spirit of fairness to all entries, these rules must be followed explicitly, without exception. It simply would not be fair to all other entrants if we allow an entry that does not follow all the rules.

The rules and guidelines apply to both categories,
Art Song and Musical Theatre.

Official Entry Forms may be accessed at the end of the Required Repertoire for each age division within a category.

  1. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada.
  2. Deadline for entry: Midnight on February 1, 2014. Any entries after that strict deadline will be disqualified. No entries will be allowed after the deadline for any reason.
  3. Designated winners will be asked to provide proof of age before the dispensation of prizes.
  4. Results will be announced to entrants via email and on www.halleonard.com/vocal by May 1, 2014. We have added an optional field for teacher's email address to the official entry form; if the teacher's email address is entered, the teacher will also receive notification of results.
  5. An entrant may only win a first place cash prize once per age division within a category (art song or musical theatre). Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mentions are free to re-enter in the same age division.
  6. In the interest of fairness, employees of Hal Leonard Corporation, Hal Leonard published composers, editors, arrangers or authors, or members of their immediate families, or their students, are not allowed to enter the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition.
  7. Each entry must be via video posted at www.youtube.com, with the link provided on the entry form. For information on posting videos we recommend exploring the Help section found on the YouTube homepage.
  8. Accompanists are forbidden to use photocopies. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications. Entries with visible photocopies or visible loose pages of any kind will be automatically disqualified. Photocopying music is illegal. The purchase of a publication does not grant the right to photocopy for rehearsal or performance with a pianist. We have also added a ban of playing from any visible loose pages of music of any kind, whether they are photocopies or pages cut from a Book, or visible loose pages of any kind in any kind of binder, because the judges cannot tell that loose pages cut from publications such as these are not photocopies.

    Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this strict rule. We cannot make any exceptions. Pianists must play from original publications, whether this is their preference or not. There is no other choice for this competition. We urge the use of page turners as necessary. Note that some contending videos were disqualified from competition by the judges for violation of this rule in 2013. We also note that many competitions have a similar rule, allowing absolutely no photocopies to be used in the performance during auditions.
  9. While we urge you to take care to create the best quality entry possible, both regarding audio and video, it need not be professional level production values. However, audio and video should be as clear as possible. Audio distortion is greatly detrimental to the vocal quality of the singing. The performance recorded for the video entry must be acoustic and not amplified. The only microphone(s) involved should be for recording. (For general tips, we recommend clicking on Help on the YouTube homepage, then seeking further information at the General Help Center.) We urge you to view the 2011-2013 winners(www.halleonard.com/vocalcomp) to get a sense of an acceptable video and audio quality standard. You should consider recording your video in an acoustically flattering room. Experiment with microphone and camera placement for best results.
  10. Your YouTube video posting must be titled as follows.

    For the Art Song competition, in any age category, your video must be titled as follows:

    HL Art Song 2015 Your Name

    For instance:

    HL Art Song 2015 Mary Smith.

    To be explicit:

    HL(one space)Art(one space)Song(one space)2014(one space)Mary(one space)Smith

    Note that HL is capitalized with no space between the H and L, and the first letter of Art and Song are capitalized. Also note that Art and Song are two separate words, with one space between them.

    For the Musical Theatre competition, in any age category, your video must be titled as follows:

    HL Theatre 2015 Your Name

    For instance:

    HL Theatre 2015 Mary Smith.

    To be explicit:

    HL(one space)Theatre(one space)2014(one space)Mary(one space)Smith

    Note that HL is capitalized with no space between the H and L, and the first letter of theatre is capitalized. Note the spelling of Theatre (We have chosen Theatre as the spelling, not Theater, which is another acceptable spelling.)

    In the past we have had many entries which do not follow these titling directions, sometimes making it impossible to find their entries. With 1000 entries or more, we cannot spend time searching for your video if you did not title it properly. If your entry strays from these titling instructions, you risk being disqualified.
  11. In the official entry form, you will be providing the link with the web address of your video posting. Hal Leonard will also be copying your posting into the Hal Leonard Vocal Channel. We have had several entries for which the link to the video did not work. Please double check the link provided.
  12. Please note that you must select "Public" in the Privacy settings found under the broadcasting and Sharing Options section when uploading your video file to YouTube. If you select "Unlisted" or "Private" your submission will be invalid. Please only enter the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition if you are comfortable posting a public video on YouTube.
  13. The video must clearly show your face. A frozen camera position throughout, showing your face and most of your body, is perfectly acceptable, even preferable.
  14. Singers are required to sing their selections from memory on the competition video entries. If a singer's performance is not memorized, the entry will be disqualified.
  15. You may sing with a live pianist in your video entry, or you may sing with official Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments which are packaged with or are companion to the required publications. Only official Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments are allowed. No other recorded accompaniments will be accepted, including orchestrated accompaniments. Many entries using our official Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments have been quite good. Note that it is possible to change the tempo on all our CDs of accompaniments by using the slow-downer software when using the CD-ROM features on a computer. We will not accept unaccompanied entries. Note that the quality of the accompanist's playing can affect not only your singing, but also the judging. An accompaniment with many wrong notes creates a bad impression. If you believe this may be an issue, we urge you to use Hal Leonard recorded accompaniments instead.
  16. The video should be in the spirit of a recital or audition. It may be shot in a home, school, church, synagogue, recital hall, or some other appropriate location, with or without an audience. Please take into account the acoustics of the room. A small room with dead acoustics will not flatter a voice. We encourage you to dress appropriately, as you would for a recital or an audition.
  17. You are required to introduce yourself and your selections on the video entry. This is a simple introduction in the spirit of an audition. The spoken portion of the video entry must be limited to the following:

    FOR THE ART SONG COMPETITION
    Your name
    The composer and title of your selection (prior to each song).

    FOR THE MUSICAL THEATRE COMPETITION
    Your name
    The title of the song
    The show the song is from

    Do not say anything more in your video entry to the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition. Those departing from this stated direction may be disqualified.

    For the Art Song Competition, a typical model of spoken introduction before the first selection is:

    I am __________________. I will sing "I'll sail upon the Dog Star" by Henry Purcell. (Or after your name you could simply state the selection without saying “I will sing…")

    Before the second selection, simply state the song title and the composer. For example:

    "Per la gloria d'adorarvi" by Giovanni Bononcini

    Take very special care to pronounce the title of your song and the composer's name correctly.

    For the Musical Theatre Competition, a typical model of spoken introduction before the first selection is:

    I am __________________. I will sing "If I Were a Bell" from Guys and Dolls. (Or after your name you could simply state the selection without saying “I will sing…")

    Before the second selection, simply introduce the song by stating the song title and the show the song is from:

    "Bride's Lament" from The Drowsy Chaperone
  18. Video editing during a song is not allowed. The only editing allowed in the audition video is the insertion of an introduction, if necessary, and the editing together of two required songs.
  19. Each singer should submit both required songs within one video entry for a category. We continue to have some singers who submit a separate video entry for each song submitted. Please do not do this.
  20. A singer is allowed to enter both the Art Song and Musical Theatre Competitions.
  21. There is no fee required for entry in the Hal Leonard Vocal Competition.

We have attempted to thoroughly address all issues in these rules and guidelines. We repeat that, in fairness to all entrants, the official rules must be followed explicitly, without exception. The repertoire requirements must be strictly followed. If you write to us asking us to make an exception for you regarding required repertoire, or asking to submit a video entry to the competition after the stated deadline, we will simply write back stating the rules we must enforce.

We believe questions about topics beyond those covered should be very rare. If they arise, they may be directed to vocal@halleonard.com.

JUDGING

Art Song

Judging will be by a qualified panel selected by Hal Leonard Corporation. Decisions made will be final. Criteria for judging will be most importantly voice quality and overall vocal talent. Additionally, judges will consider clarity of voice, diction, musicianship, musicality and expression, the singer's choice of repertoire, communication, presentation, and the performing personality of the singer.

Musical Theatre

We remind you that this is a singing competition. We urge performers to refrain from choreography in the musical video entries, however, we want lively, theatrical singing. Classical singers with good voices singing theatre repertoire need to sing in an appropriate theatre style, with good acting and expression. (Frankly, we have had too many dull classical singer entries in the musical theatre category in the high school and college/young adult categories.) Judging will be by a qualified panel selected by Hal Leonard Corporation. Decisions made will be final. Criteria for judging singing actors will be voice quality and overall vocal talent combined with theatrically persuasive ability to communicate. Additionally, judges will consider acting ability, clarity of voice, diction, musicianship, musicality, and expression, the singer's choice of repertoire, communication and presentation, and the performing personality of the singer.

The Hal Leonard Vocal Competition
ART SONG

ART SONG

CHILDREN'S VOICES, AGE 12 AND UNDER
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2015. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule.

First Place: $250 cash
Second Place: $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the Children's Voices Art Song category:

The purpose of having a children's art song category is to hear natural, lyrical singing with a "classical" approach, as opposed to a child's natural belting sound appropriate to musical theatre. To be explicit, we are not looking for the child's belting style of singing in this category. If that is the child's natural singing voice, please enter in the Musical Theatre category only.

There is a limited amount of "classical" repertoire suitable to children. Two contrasting songs are required. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no, so do not bother to ask us this question. If you sing songs outside of the publications listed below on the required list, your entry will be disqualified.

Note to teachers and parents: We have more disqualifications in the children's categories than any other category because repertoire rules are not followed. Fairness must prevail, and we cannot have a publicly declared winner with songs not on the required repertoire list. Be absolutely certain that the contestant is singing songs from the required repertoire only. (Based on past entries, a few teachers seem to think that any song is OK for the children's category. This is not the case.)

36 Solos for Young Singers
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard,
Book/CD 00740143
36 More Solos for Young Singers
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard,
Book/CD 00230109
The Boy's Changing Voice (for a boy's voice in transition; not recommended for a boy's voice not yet in transition as the range will be too low)
Hal Leonard,
Book/CD 00121394 (release date: September 2013)
Daffodils, Violets & Snowflakes
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim
High Voice, Book/CD 00740244
Low Voice, Book/CD 00740245

Official Entry Form

ART SONG

EARLY TEEN VOICES, AGES 13-15
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist's compliance with this rule.

First Place: $500 cash
Second Place: $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the Early Teen Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry.

You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. There are plenty of choices of songs in the publications listed below. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no, so do not bother to ask us this question. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

A helpful comment: You will not necessarily do better in the judging by choosing a more difficult and challenging song if you cannot master it well. It is better to sing something you do well.

Easy Songs for the Beginning Soprano
Easy Songs for the Beginning Soprano - Part II
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
Part I, Book/CD
Part II, Book/CD
Easy Songs for the Beginning Mezzo-Soprano/Alto
Easy Songs for the Beginning Mezzo-Soprano/Alto - Part II
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
Part I, Book/CD
Part II, Book/CD
Easy Songs for the Beginning Tenor
Easy Songs for the Beginning Tenor - Part II
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
Part I, Book/CD
Part II, Book/CD
Easy Songs for the Beginning Baritone/Bass
Easy Songs for the Beginning Baritone/Bass - Part II
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
Part I, Book/CD
Part II, Book/CD
15 Easy Folksong Arrangements for the Progressing Singer
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
15 Easy Spiritual Arrangements for the Progessing Singer
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
English Songs: Renaissance to Baroque
edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard
High Voice   Book/CD
Low Voice   Book/CD
The Student Singer
Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
Lovers, Lasses & Spring
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Roses, Laughter & Lullabies
compiled by Joan Frey Boytim; Hal Leonard
Book/CD
The Boy's Changing Voice
Hal Leonard
Book/CD (release date: September 2013)
28 Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice  Book/CD
Medium High Voice  Book/CD
Medium Voice  Book/CD
Medium Low Voice  Book/CD
Low Voice  Book/CD
Harry T. Burleigh: 25 Spirituals
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD

Official Entry Form

Art Song

HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, AGES 16-18
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada and enrolled in a High School or its equivalent at the time of entry. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $750 cash
Second Place: $300 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges’ discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the High School Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs in two different languages from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in language, mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

15 Recital Songs in English
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
15 Art Songs by American Composers
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
15 Art Songs by British Composers
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
15 American Art Songs
G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
15 More American Art Songs
G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice, Book/CD
Low Voice, Book/CD
28 Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice  Book/CD
Medium High Voice  Book/CD
Medium Voice  Book/CD
Medium Low Voice  Book/CD
Low Voice  Book/CD
Anthology of Spanish Song
edited by Maria DiPalma and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice   High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice   Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
The Art Song Anthology
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Classical Contest Solos
Hal Leonard
Soprano Book/CD
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto Book/CD
Tenor Book/CD
Baritone/Bass Book/CD
English Songs: Renaissance to Baroque
edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice  Book/CD
Low Voice  Book/CD
Favorite French Art Songs (Volume 1 or 2)
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Vol. 1 Book/CD
High Voice Vol. 2 Book/CD
Low Voice Vol. 1 Book/CD
Low Voice Vol. 2 Book/CD
Favorite German Art Songs (Volume 1 or 2)
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Vol. 1 Book/CD
High Voice Vol. 2 Book/CD
Low Voice Vol. 1 Book/CD
Low Voice Vol. 2 Book/CD
Favorite Spanish Art Songs
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
The French Song Anthology
edited by Carol Kimball and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice  High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice  Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
Pronunciation Guide Book/CDs
High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
The Lieder Anthology
edited by Virginia Saya and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice  High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice  Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
Pronunciation Guide Book/CDs
High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Samuel Barber: 10 Selected Songs
G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Leonard Bernstein: I Hate Music!
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Low Voice
Johannes Brahms: 15 Selected Songs
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Benjamin Britten: 12 Selected Folksong Arrangements
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice Book/CD
Medium/Low Voice Book/CD
Harry T. Burleigh: 25 Spirituals
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Aaron Copland: Old American Songs Complete
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice  Book/CD
Medium Voice  Medium Voice Book/CD
Low Voice  Low Voice Book/CD
Gabriel Fauré: 15 Selected Songs
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Henry Purcell: 12 Selected Songs
realizations by Benjamin Britten
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice Book/CD
Medium/Low Voice Book/CD
Roger Quilter: 55 Songs
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Low Voice
Ned Rorem: 10 Selected Songs
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Franz Schubert: 15 Selected Songs
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD

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Art Song

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES (Undergraduates), AGES 18-23
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada and enrolled as an undergraduate at a college, university or conservatory at time of entry. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $1000 cash
Second Place: $300 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges’ discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the College/University Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs in two different languages from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in language, mood and tempo. Those who do best in this competition show sophistication in choice of song that reveals a true feeling for art song as a recitalist. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

Anthology of Spanish Song
edited by Maria DiPalma and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice  High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice  Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
The Art Song Anthology
edited by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Art Song in English
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Low Voice
G. Schirmer Collection of American Art Song
G. Schirmer/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
The French Song Anthology
edited by Carol Kimball and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice   High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice  Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
Pronunciation Guide Book/CDs
High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
The Lieder Anthology
edited by Virginia Saya and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice  High Voice Accompaniment CDs
Low Voice  Low Voice Accompaniment CDs
Pronunciation Guide Book/CDs
High Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Low Voice Complete Package (with Accomp CDs and Pronunciation Guide CDs)
Women Composers
edited by Carol Kimball; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Low Voice
Folksongs in Recital
concert arrangements by Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice Book/CD
Low Voice Book/CD
Italian Art Songs of the 20th Century
Ricordi
High Voice
Medium Voice
Samuel Barber: 65 Songs
edited by Richard Walters; G. Schirmer
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
Vincenzo Bellini: 15 Composizioni da Camera
Ricordi
High Voice
Low Voice
Johannes Brahms: 75 Songs
edited by Richard Walters, Laura Ward and Elaine Schmidt; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Low Voice
Benjamin Britten: Collected Songs
Boosey & Hawkes
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
Aaron Copland: Old American Songs Complete
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice  High Voice Book/CD
Medium Voice  Medium Voice Book/CD
Low Voice  Low Voice Book/CD
Songs of Claude Debussy
edited by James Briscoe; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Medium Voice
Gabriel Fauré: 50 Songs
edited by Laura Ward and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
Gerald Finzi: Collected Songs
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
Charles Ives: 114 Songs
Peermusic Classical
Book
Joseph Marx: 30 Songs
Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice/Medium Voice
The Opera America SongBook (46 Art Songs)
Schott
Book
The Best of Poulenc
Durand/Eschig/Salabert
High Voice
Medium Voice
The Purcell Collection: Realizations by Benjamin Britten
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
(Note: Selections from Dido and Aeneas are not acceptable because they are opera arias and not art songs.)
Roger Quilter: 55 Songs
Hal Leonard, The Vocal
High Voice
Low Voice
Ned Rorem: 50 Collected Songs
Boosey & Hawkes/Hal Leonard
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
Franz Schubert: 100 Songs
edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Low Voice
Richard Strauss: 40 Songs
edited by Laura Ward and Richard Walters; Hal Leonard, The Vocal Library
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice

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The Hal Leonard Vocal Competition
MUSICAL THEATRE


MUSICAL THEATRE

CHILDREN'S VOICES, AGE 12 AND UNDER
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $250 cash
Second Place: $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges’ discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the Children's Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

You must sing repertoire as stated below. No substitutions of other repertoire is allowed. There are plenty of choices of songs in the publications listed below. We inexplicably get questions every year from quite a few people asking if they can sing songs not on the required repertoire list. The answer will always be no, so do not bother to ask us this question. If you sing songs outside of the publications listed below on the required list, your entry will be disqualified.

Note to teachers and parents: We have more disqualifications in the children’s categories than any other category because repertoire rules are not followed. Fairness must prevail, and we cannot have a publicly declared winner with songs not on the required repertoire list. Be absolutely certain that the contestant is singing songs from the required repertoire only. (Based on past entries, a few teachers seem to think that any song is OK for the children’s category. This is not the case.)

Broadway Presents! Kids' Musical Theatre Anthology
Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Broadway Songs 4 Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Disney Collected Kids' Solos
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Disney Solos for Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
More Disney Solos for Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Still More Disney Solos for Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Girls' Songs from Musicals
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Boys' Songs from Musicals
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Kids' Broadway SongBook
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Book Only
Accompaniment CD
The Kid's Musical Theatre Audition
Hal Leonard
Girl's Edition Book/CD
Boy's Edition Book/CD
Kids' Musical Theatre Collection Volume 1
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Kids' Musical Theatre Collection Volume 2
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Kids’ Songs from Contemporary Musicals
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Kid's Vocal Solo Collection
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Kids' Stage & Screen Songs
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Rodgers & Hammerstein Solos for Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
Solos from Musicals for Kids
Hal Leonard
Book/CD

Official Entry Form

MUSICAL THEATRE

EARLY TEEN VOICES, AGES 13-15
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $500 cash
Second Place: $200 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one Book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges’ discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the Early Teen Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

Broadway for Teens
Hal Leonard
Young Women's Edition Book/CD
Young Men's Edition Book/CD
The Broadway Ingénue
Hal Leonard
Book
Book/CD
Broadway Presents! Teens' Musical Theatre Anthology
Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard
Female Edition
Male Edition
Musical Theatre Anthology for Teens
Hal Leonard
Young Women's Edition- Book
Young Women's Edition- Book/CD
Young Men's Edition- Book
Young Men's Edition- Book/CD
The Teen's Musical Theatre Collection
Hal Leonard
Young Women's Edition- Book
Young Women's Edition- Book/CD
Young Men's Edition- Book
Young Men's Edition- Book/CD
The First Book of Broadway Solos
Hal Leonard
Soprano  Book/CD
Mezzo-Soprano  Book/CD
Tenor  Book/CD
Baritone/Bass  Book/CD
The First Book of Broadway Solos Part II
Hal Leonard
Soprano Book/CD
Mezzo-Soprano Book/CD
Tenor Book/CD
Baritone/Bass Book/CD
Tunes for Teens from Musicals
Hal Leonard
Young Women's Edition - Book/CD
Young Men's Edition- Book/CD
Great Songs from Musicals for Teens
Hal Leonard
Young Women's Edition- Book/CD
Young Men's Edition- Book/CD
The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein
Hal Leonard
Soprano Book/CD
Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Book/CD
Tenor Book/CD
Baritone/Bass Book/CD
Teen Pop Broadway Collection
Cherry Lane, distributed by Hal Leonard
Book

Official Entry Form

MUSICAL THEATRE

HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, AGES 16-18
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $750 cash
Second Place: $300 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges' discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the High School Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

Contemporary Musical Theatre for Teens
Young Women's Edition Volume 1
Young Women's Edition Volume 2
Young Men's Edition Volume 1
Young Men's Edition Volume 2
The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Teen's Edition
Hal Leonard
Soprano   Book/CDs
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter  Book/CDs
Tenor  Book/CDs
Baritone/Bass  Book/CDs
The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein
Hal Leonard
Soprano Book/CD
Mezzo-Soprano/Belter Book/CD
Tenor Book/CD
Baritone/Bass Book/CD
The Broadway Ingénue
Hal Leonard
Soprano  Book/CD
The Contemporary Singing Actor
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition Volume 1
Women's Edition Volume 2
Men's Edition Volume 1
Men's Edition Volume 2
Broadway Presents! Teens' Musical Theatre Anthology
Alfred, distributed by Hal Leonard
Female Edition
Male Edition
Teen Pop Broadway Collection
Cherry Lane, distributed by Hal Leonard
Book
Jason Robert Brown Plays Jason Robert Brown
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition Book/CD
Men's Edition Book/CD
The Actor's SongBook
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition
Men's Edition
Andrew Lloyd Webber for Singers
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition
Men's Edition
Belter's Book of Comedy Songs
Hal Leonard
Book
The Songs of Boublil and Schönberg
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition
Men's Edition
Sondheim for Singers
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Soprano
Belter/Mezzo-Soprano
Tenor
Baritone/Bass
Broadway Belter's SongBook
Hal Leonard
Book

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MUSICAL THEATRE

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES (Undergraduates) and Young Adults, AGES 18-23
Repertoire Requirements and Prizes

Note: For this category only, it is not necessary for a contestant to be enrolled in a school for entry. Working or aspiring young professionals may enter.

For the purposes of this competition, age is defined as the age of the entrant on the deadline date of February 1, 2014. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and its territories, or legal residents of Canada. Entries which include songs which are not from the publications listed in the repertoire requirements for this age group and category below will be disqualified.

Photocopies are illegal, and are not allowed. Pianists accompanying singers must play from original publications, not loose pages of any kind or loose pages in a binder. See rule 8. (A page turner may be needed.) Entries with visible photocopies or loose pages, or loose pages in a binder will be automatically disqualified. Singers are responsible for the accompanist’s compliance with this rule.

First Place: $1000 cash
Second Place: $300 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard
Third Place: $100 gift certificate for music publications of the designee's choice available from Hal Leonard

Further gift certificates for Honorable Mentions are possible for one book with a retail value of up to $50.00.

At the judges’ discretion, further entries may be cited as Finalists and or Semi-Finalist for a category. It is entirely up to the judges when judging a specific category as to whether Finalists and Semi-Finalists will be cited. These distinctions are not necessarily cited for all categories. The Finalists are those who achieved a level of consideration in the round of judging which determined the place winners and Honorable Mentions. Semi-Finalists are those who were cited as meriting further consideration after the first round of judging. There are no prizes for these distinctions of Finalist and Semi-Finalist.

Required repertoire for the College/University and Young Adult Voices category:

Any two contrasting songs from the following publications. The contrast between the songs should include differences in mood and tempo. Only editions of songs from these designated publications are allowed for entry. No other repertoire is acceptable for this category. Entries with songs not from one of the publications below will be disqualified.

Sondheim for Singers
Hal Leonard
Soprano
Belter/Mezzo-Soprano
Tenor
Baritone/Bass
21st Century Musical Theatre
Hal Leonard
Women’s Edition
Men’s Edition
The Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology - Volumes 1-5
Hal Leonard

Soprano Volume 1  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Soprano Volume 2  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Soprano Volume 3  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Soprano Volume 4  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Soprano Volume 5  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs

Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 1  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 2  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 3  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 4  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto/Belter Volume 5  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs

Tenor Volume 1  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Tenor Volume 2  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Tenor Volume 3  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Tenor Volume 4  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Tenor Volume 5  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs

Baritone/Bass Volume 1  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Baritone/Bass Volume 2  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Baritone/Bass Volume 3  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Baritone/Bass Volume 4  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Baritone/Bass Volume 5  Book Only  Accompaniment CDs  Book/CDs
Bernstein Theatre Songs
Boosey & Hawkes
High Voice
Medium/Low Voice
The Contemporary Singing Actor
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition Volume 1
Women's Edition Volume 2
Men's Edition Volume 1
Men's Edition Volume 2
Jason Robert Brown Plays Jason Robert Brown
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition Book/CD
Men's Edition Book/CD
The Stephen Sondheim Collection
Hal Leonard
Book
Craig Carnelia SongBook
Hal Leonard
Book/CD
The Actor's SongBook
Hal Leonard
Women's Edition
Men's Edition
Once Vocal Selections
Hal Leonard
Book

Official Entry Form