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Reader Testimonials Reader Testimonials Music Express is making my life easier and making the concepts more accessible to the students. THANK YOU, MUSIC EXPRESS! Lori Simmons - New River Elementary, New River, AZ Music Express keeps all our batteries charged full. I look forward to each new issue. Sometimes I don-t know who is more excited, my students or me! Sue Berry - Smith Road Elementary, Temperance, MI I love the CDs. The quality of recordings are excellent, a real plus to teaching. Jenice Rosen - Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth, CA I love the fact that the choreography can be found on your website. Ghislaine Stewart - Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, Binghamton, NY I love this magazine! In our school, where the budget is so tight, it helps with my general music classes as well as my choral program. Keep up the good work! Cyndi Crowder - Col. Wm. Casey Elementary School, Columbia, KY Music Express is an exceptional value, exceptional quality, thorough and creative-a real pick-me-up for any teacher. This is the most helpful contribution to music resources in my 32 years of teaching. Julie Warren - Redondo Elementary, Homestead, FL I have sung your praises since the moment I started using it. Thank you for providing something I have been looking for my entire career-a season-by-season, moment-by-moment, up-to-date tool to use to share the awesome world of music to my students. Cindy Wilkerson - Springmore Elementary, Shelby, NC Thank you for sending the Music Express magazine. I love "Music Explosion." You are the best, John Jacobson. Music is everything to me. Jonathon L., Grade 4 - Bel Air School, Minot, ND, Sue Ellen Johnson, Music Teacher Music Express rocks! Lauren J., Grade 5, Pleasant Hill Elementary, Pleasant Hill, IL, Sue Coldwell, Music Teacher This is the best supplemental resource for the elementary music classroom that I-ve ever worked with! Linda Holcombe - Highlands Ranch, CO Music Express has rejuvenated my teaching and my classroom. After 28 years of teaching, it is a delight to walk into school and use such fresh, innovative, high quality material. My students love it! Eileen DiRaddo - Camp Hill, PA I have a wonderful time singing and dancing with Music Express. I hope that other kids in the country get to have the same experience. Jenny D., Grade 6 - Springfield, IL Music Express has brought a spark back to my teaching. These are fresh ideas that really encourage me. Thank you for the wonderful opportunities Music Express gives our children. Cynthia Jones - Watterson Elementary, Louisville, KY I love the fact that the lesson plans are there for me! Easy to do and follow. DeAnna Guzman - East Indianola Elementary, Topeka, KA Every month my elementary students look forward to using the magazines. One little fellow calls them the -Music Explosion- books! Catherine Truesdale - Canterbury School, Fort Meyers, FL Music Express magazine is a wonderful tool to help teach young students. The great songs and colored illustrations along with the listening lessons and CD make this a fantastic music magazine! Donna Randall - Meadows Upper Elementary, Rochester, MI I don-t know how I survived my first three years of teaching without Music Express! The magazine provides great lessons and activities that can either stand alone or supplement things we are already doing in class. Rebecca Well - Grant Elementary, Ridgefield Park, NJ I LOVE the music, CD articles, information about warm-ups, K-1-2 activities- everything! This is my personal teaching style. I can-t believe there is a magazine to supplement my program so well! Dianne Borth - Gardner Elementary, Olathe, KS I really like the idea of something to put in the hands of the children that is so colorful and appealing to them. Ingrid Wingate - R.B. Wright Elementary, Moultrie, GA I teach K-5th grade in four buildings and in many rooms. Textbooks are too heavy to move from room to room, but I can use the magazines in many locations! Karen McCausland - Edgarton Elementary School, Newfield, NJ I love that the lessons are aligned with the National Standards and are laid out so well. Margaret Lott - Suttons Bay elementary, Suttons Bay, MI What a wonderful teacher resource! Each issue is truly inspirational, instructional and a gentle reminder to anyone who might be drooping why we love children and our truly noble profession! Keep it coming! Rebecca Arnold - Mansfield, OH Hal Leonard Online - Reader Testimonials Reader Testimonials Music Express is making my life easier and making the concepts more accessible to the students. THANK YOU, MUSIC EXPRESS! Lori Simmons - New River Elementary, New River, AZ Music Express keeps all our batteries charged full. I look forward to each new issue. Sometimes I don-t know who is more excited, my students or me! Sue Berry - Smith Road Elementary, Temperance, MI I love the CDs. The quality of recordings are excellent, a real plus to teaching. Jenice Rosen - Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth, CA I love the fact that the choreography can be found on your website. Ghislaine Stewart - Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, Binghamton, NY I love this magazine! In our school, where the budget is so tight, it helps with my general music classes as well as my choral program. Keep up the good work! Cyndi Crowder - Col. Wm. Casey Elementary School, Columbia, KY Music Express is an exceptional value, exceptional quality, thorough and creative-a real pick-me-up for any teacher. This is the most helpful contribution to music resources in my 32 years of teaching. Julie Warren - Redondo Elementary, Homestead, FL I have sung your praises since the moment I started using it. Thank you for providing something I have been looking for my entire career-a season-by-season, moment-by-moment, up-to-date tool to use to share the awesome world of music to my students. Cindy Wilkerson - Springmore Elementary, Shelby, NC Thank you for sending the Music Express magazine. I love "Music Explosion." You are the best, John Jacobson. Music is everything to me. Jonathon L., Grade 4 - Bel Air School, Minot, ND, Sue Ellen Johnson, Music Teacher Music Express rocks! Lauren J., Grade 5, Pleasant Hill Elementary, Pleasant Hill, IL, Sue Coldwell, Music Teacher This is the best supplemental resource for the elementary music classroom that I-ve ever worked with! Linda Holcombe - Highlands Ranch, CO Music Express has rejuvenated my teaching and my classroom. After 28 years of teaching, it is a delight to walk into school and use such fresh, innovative, high quality material. My students love it! Eileen DiRaddo - Camp Hill, PA I have a wonderful time singing and dancing with Music Express. I hope that other kids in the country get to have the same experience. Jenny D., Grade 6 - Springfield, IL Music Express has brought a spark back to my teaching. These are fresh ideas that really encourage me. Thank you for the wonderful opportunities Music Express gives our children. Cynthia Jones - Watterson Elementary, Louisville, KY I love the fact that the lesson plans are there for me! Easy to do and follow. DeAnna Guzman - East Indianola Elementary, Topeka, KA Every month my elementary students look forward to using the magazines. One little fellow calls them the -Music Explosion- books! Catherine Truesdale - Canterbury School, Fort Meyers, FL Music Express magazine is a wonderful tool to help teach young students. The great songs and colored illustrations along with the listening lessons and CD make this a fantastic music magazine! Donna Randall - Meadows Upper Elementary, Rochester, MI I don-t know how I survived my first three years of teaching without Music Express! The magazine provides great lessons and activities that can either stand alone or supplement things we are already doing in class. Rebecca Well - Grant Elementary, Ridgefield Park, NJ I LOVE the music, CD articles, information about warm-ups, K-1-2 activities- everything! This is my personal teaching style. I can-t believe there is a magazine to supplement my program so well! Dianne Borth - Gardner Elementary, Olathe, KS I really like the idea of something to put in the hands of the children that is so colorful and appealing to them. Ingrid Wingate - R.B. Wright Elementary, Moultrie, GA I teach K-5th grade in four buildings and in many rooms. Textbooks are too heavy to move from room to room, but I can use the magazines in many locations! Karen McCausland - Edgarton Elementary School, Newfield, NJ I love that the lessons are aligned with the National Standards and are laid out so well. Margaret Lott - Suttons Bay elementary, Suttons Bay, MI What a wonderful teacher resource! Each issue is truly inspirational, instructional and a gentle reminder to anyone who might be drooping why we love children and our truly noble profession! Keep it coming! Rebecca Arnold - Mansfield, OH
Music Man Kids - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. Jones Jr. Legally Blonde Jr. The Lion King Jr. (Disney) The Little Mermaid Jr. (Disney) Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr. Mary Poppins Jr. (Disney/Cameron Mackintosh) The Music Man Jr. My Son Pinocchio Jr. (Disney) Once on This Island Jr. Peter Pan Jr. (Broadway) The Phantom Tollbooth Jr. The Pirates of Penzance Jr. Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Cinderella KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Meredith Willson Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson Based on a story by Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey. Overview / Synopsis Based on Meredith Willson's six-time-Tony-Award-winning musical comedy, The Music Man KIDS features some of musical theatre's most iconic songs and a story filled with wit, warmth and good old-fashioned romance. The Music Man KIDS is family entertainment at its best � a bold, brassy show that will have the whole town atwitter! Master showman Harold Hill is in town and he's got "seventy-six trombones" in tow. Can upright, uptight Marian, the town librarian, resist his powerful allure? The story follows fast-talking traveling salesman, Harold Hill, as he cons the people of River City, Iowa, into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys' band he vows to organize. The catch? He doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, whose belief in Harold's power just might help him succeed in the end in spite of himself. The Music Man KIDS is the perfect vehicle for your young cast, a toe-tapping crowd-pleaser, featuring a soaring soprano ing�nue part and a leading role for a charismatic actor, as well as plenty of roles for kids of every level. Audio Sampler - HL00118347 $10.00 ShowKit - HL00118337 $495.00 This ShowKit includes: 1 - Accompaniment and Guide Vocal CD 1 - Choreography DVD 1 - Director's Guide 1 - Media Disk 1 - Piano Vocal Score 1 - Student Book 30-Minute KIDS Request Individual Components 00118338 - Director's Guide $100.00 00118339 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 00118340 - Actor's Script $10.00 00118341 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 00118342 - Perf/Accomp CD pack $75.00 00118343 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 00118344 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-pak $100.00 00118345 - Choreography DVD $50.00 00118346 - Media Disc $10.00 Hear A Sample Rock Island [Salesmen, Charlie] Iowa Stubborn [Townspeople] Ya Got Trouble (Part 1) [Harold, Townspeople] Ya Got Trouble (Part 2) [Harold, Townspeople] Piano Lesson [Marian, Mrs. Paroo, Amaryllis] Goodnight, My Someone [Marian, Mrs. Paroo, Amaryllis] Seventy-Six Trombones [Harold, Townspeople] Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little [Alma, Ethel, Maud, Mrs. Squires, Eulalie] The Wells Fargo Wagon [Townspeople, Winthrop] Shipoopi [Marcellus, Kids] Gary, Indiana [Winthrop, Mrs. Paroo, Marian] Bows [Cast] Harold Hill Harold Hill is a huge role and the essence of The Music Man KIDS. Cast an actor who has charisma and charm and is not afraid to take a positive risk onstage. He should be a good singer and mover and also have excellent acting chops. It is ideal if he has an excellent sense of rhythm. Your harold should pair up well with Marian, and the two together should exude a spark of excitement. Gender: Male Vocal Range: B3-G5 Marian Paroo Marian Paroo begins as an uptight librarian and transforms into a beautiful, trusting young woman. Marian should be a strong singer and actor, and also be able to move well. She must have an air of cofidence that draws Harold to her. Take some time during auditions to try different pairs of Harolds and Marians together until you reach the perfect combination. Gender: Female Vocal Range: G3-G5 Charlie Cowell Charlie Cowell is a Traveling Salesman, and is one of the premium acting-only roles in The Music Man KIDS. If you decide to have the actor playing Charlie also perform in the ensemble, take note to make sure he is not playing Charlie in those scenes. Cast a strong actor with a loud voice. Charlie should have a sense of confidence and love being onstage! Gender: Male Mayor Shinn Mayor Shinn should be able to perform his role as proud politician very seriously, yet have a sense of comic timing. This actor does not have to sung or dance, but is responsible for a great deal of pacing and line pick-ups in the show. Don't be afraid to cast a physically small acotr in this role, provided he can authoritative - it can bring down the house! Gender: Male Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn is a great role for a comic actress! If Eulalie takes herself seriously your audience will find her hysterical. She does have some singing and some moving, but creating a "larger than life" character that works with your Mayor Shinn is essential. Consider contrasting your physically small Mayor Shinn with a tall Eulalie for even more comic brilliance. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D4-D5 Marcellus Washburn Marcellus Washburn is the classic sidekick to Harold. His big number is "Shipoopi," so he should be a good singer, a great actor and be able to dance. Cast a kid who is natually funny and you will have a terrific Marcellus. Gender: Male Vocal Range: E4-D#5 Mrs. Paroo Mrs. Paroo is a good mother, stands up for what she beieves and gently pushes Marian to think of her future. The role requires an actress who can sing and act. However, she deosnt need to have a polished voice - the more character the better! Take into consideration your actress's ability to look maternal with Winthrop and Marian. Gender: Female Vocal Range: Ab3-Eb5 Winthrop Paroo Winthrop Paroo is Marian's shy younger brother who hardly talks because of his pronounced lisp. This is a great role for a young performer who is a good actor. Winthrop transforms from shy to outspoken, and not only sings but dances! Gender: Male Vocal Range: C4-Eb5 Amaryllis Amaryllis is Marian's slightly bratty, young piano student who has a crush on Winthrop. This is a great place to feature a young actor who is not quite ready for a large part, or who doesn't have a strong singing voice. Cast a girl who is a good actor and similar in size to Winthrop and Gracie. Gender: Female Tommy Djilas Tommy Djilas is the teen heartthrob in the show and a non-singing role. Cast a boy that can dance and create a strong character. Tommy's love interest is Zaneeta, so make sure the two characters have chemistry between them. Gender: Male Zaneeta Shinn Zaneeta Shinn is the oldest and slightly daffy daughter of the Mayor and Eulalie. Cast a girl who is a strong dancer. Although this is a non-singing role, a well-ast Zaneeta will gain mileage out of her classic "Ye gads!" line. Gender: Female Gracie Shinn Gracie Shinn is Zaneeta's little sister and the youngest daughter of the Mayor and Eulalie. The actor has few lines of dialogue, and if she is a good singer, she would be a fine choice to sing the first solo in "The Wells Fargo Wagon." Gender: Female Vocal Range: B3-Eb5 Ethel Toffelmier Ethel Toffelmier is Marcellus's girlfriend. She's described by Marcellus as "a nice comfortable girl and the bosses' niece." Ethel has some acting, some singing, and some dancing. Ethel is also one of the solo Pick-a-Little ladies. Make sure she and Marcellus look good together, think Ethel and Fred from I Love Lucy! Gender: Female Vocal Range: D4-D5 Pick-a-little Ladies Pick-a-little Ladies Alma Hix, Maud Dunlop and Mrs. Squires are the gossip queens of River City. These characters need to act, sing and move well. Cast girls with strong voices and a good sense of cominc timing. The supplemental Pick-A-Little ladies are ideal parts for your abundance of girls. Gender: Female Conductor The Conductor has the first line in The Music Man KIDS. This is a non-singing role and perfect for an actor that can be loud and energetic but is not quite ready for a larger part. Gender: Both Constable Locke Constable Locke is River City's chief law enforcement officer. He is a quiet, wise man who sees through Harold, yet doesn't seem to take Harold's antics too seriously. No singing or dancing is required for this role. Gender: Both Townspeople The River City Townspeople are the heart and soul of The Music Man KIDS. The story is about a community of people so assigning your cast into family units is key. Ask each grouping to create a family history, including details of their lives. This will create an ensemble that is engaged and energized. Plan on separating your cast into three groups: aduts, teens and kids. You will immediately recognize that some actors clearly "read" as adults onstage. Try to separate your groups into categories to create a realistic town. Gender: Both Traveling Salesmen The Traveling Salesmen are non-singing roles suited for performers that have a strong rhythmic sense. "Rock Island" is te rap of its time! If you find you need to cast girls as Traveling Salesmen, make sure they play the roles as men. These actors can ouble as ault members of the River City Townspeople. You will need a minimum of five salesmen in addition to Charlie. Gender: Both Wan Tan Ye Girls The Wan Tan Ye Girls are featured during Eulalie's "Spectacle" in Scene 4 prior to "76 Trombones." Cast students who aren't afraid of acting silly. Gender: Female Boys' Band All of your little boys can be in the Boys' Band if you have enough uniforms. If you need to fill out this Boys' Band ensemble with girls, be sure they appear as boys in uniform. Gender: Both
EE2000 Hal Leonard Classical Essential Elements for Strings Book 2 Play-Along Accompaniments Exercises 72 - end (MP3 files) Tuning Notes 072. Rhythm Rap 073. Blueberry Pie 074. Technique Trax 075. Rhythm Rap 076. Marching Along 077. On The Move 078. Rhythm Etude - Duet 079. Essential Elements Quiz - Rhythm Round-Up 080. Rhythm Rap 081. Technique Trax 082. Hooked On D Major 083. The Mountain Climber 084. Keep It Short 085. Essential Creativity 086. Rhythm Rap 087. Syncopation Time 088. Mirror Image 089. Children's Shoes 090. Hooked On Syncopation 091. Essential Elements Quiz - Tom Dooley 092. Let's Read "B-flat" 093. Rolling Along 094. Matching Octaves 095. Let's Read "F" 096. Technique Trax 097. F Major Scale 098. Theme From Violin Concerto 099. Let's Read "E-flat" 100. Hot Cross Buns 101. Let's Read "B-flat" 102. Viking Way 103. Hiking Along 104. B-flat Major Scale 105. Slovakian Folk Song 106. Cavalier Country 107. Essential Elements Quiz - Ayn Kaylokaynu 108. Let's Read "E-flat" 109. Technique Trax 110. Let's Read "B-flat" - Review 111. Technique Builder 112. B-flat Major Scale 113. The Mountain Deer Chase 114. Essential Creativity - Rakes Of Mallow 115. Rhythm Rap 116. Lazy Day 117. Hooked On 6/8 118. Row, Row, Row Your Boat - Round 119. Slurring In 6/8 Time 120. Jolly Good Fellow 121. Rhythm Rap 122. Rise And Fall 123. Beach Walk 124. May Time 125. D Minor (Natural) Scale 126. Mahler's Theme - Round 127. Shalom Chaverim - Round 128. The Snake Charmer 129. G Minor (Natural) Scale 130. Hatikvah 131. G Minor (Natural) Scale 132. Essential Elements Quiz - The Hanukkah Song 133. Rhythm Rap 134. French Folk Song 135. Kum Ba Yah 136. Rhythm Rap 137. D Major Scale With Triplets 138. On The Move 139. Slurring Triplets 140. Triplet Etude 141. Little River 142. Field Song 143. Rhythm Rap 144. A Cut Above 145. Cut Time March 146. Rhythm Rap 147. Syncopation March 148. When The Saints Go Marchin' In 149. Rhythm Rap 150. Down Home 151. Moving Along 152. Rhythm Rap 153. Up Town 154. Flying Bows 155. March From Peasant's Cantata 156. Sagebrush Overture - Orchestra Arrangement 157. Pomp And Circumstance - Orchestra Arrangement 158. America The Beautiful - Orchestra Arrangement 159. La Bamba - Duet 160. In The Bleak Midwinter - Orchestra Arrangement 161. Swallowtail Jig - Orchestra Arrangement 162. Sight-Reading Challenge #1 163. Sight-Reading Challenge #2 164. Sight-Reading Challenge #3 165. Sight-Reading Challenge #4 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174. 3-4 Pattern 175. 2-3 Pattern 176. 1-2 Pattern 177. Open Pattern 178. E String 179. A String 180. D String 181. G String 182. C String 183. C Major 184. G Major 185. D Major 186. A Major 187. F Major 188. B-flat Major 189. C Major 190. C Major 191. G Major 192. G Major 193. D Major 194. D Major 195. A Major 196. A Major 197. F Major 198. B-flat Major 199. B-flat Major 200. D Minor 201. D Minor 202. G Minor 203. G Minor 209. Two At A Time 210. Adding Fingers ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS 2000 FOR STRINGS BOOK 2 PLAY-ALONG ACCOMPANIMENTS EXERCISES 72 - END (MP3 FILES) Tuning Notes 072. Rhythm Rap 073. Blueberry Pie 074. Technique Trax 075. Rhythm Rap 076. Marching Along 077. On The Move 078. Rhythm Etude - Duet 079. Essential Elements Quiz - Rhythm Round-Up 080. Rhythm Rap 081. Technique Trax 082. Hooked On D Major 083. The Mountain Climber 084. Keep It Short 085. Essential Creativity 086. Rhythm Rap 087. Syncopation Time 088. Mirror Image 089. Children's Shoes 090. Hooked On Syncopation 091. Essential Elements Quiz - Tom Dooley 092. Let's Read "B-flat" 093. Rolling Along 094. Matching Octaves 095. Let's Read "F" 096. Technique Trax 097. F Major Scale 098. Theme From Violin Concerto 099. Let's Read "E-flat" 100. Hot Cross Buns 101. Let's Read "B-flat" 102. Viking Way 103. Hiking Along 104. B-flat Major Scale 105. Slovakian Folk Song 106. Cavalier Country 107. Essential Elements Quiz - Ayn Kaylokaynu 108. Let's Read "E-flat" 109. Technique Trax 110. Let's Read "B-flat" - Review 111. Technique Builder 112. B-flat Major Scale 113. The Mountain Deer Chase 114. Essential Creativity - Rakes Of Mallow 115. Rhythm Rap 116. Lazy Day 117. Hooked On 6/8 118. Row, Row, Row Your Boat - Round 119. Slurring In 6/8 Time 120. Jolly Good Fellow 121. Rhythm Rap 122. Rise And Fall 123. Beach Walk 124. May Time 125. D Minor (Natural) Scale 126. Mahler's Theme - Round 127. Shalom Chaverim - Round 128. The Snake Charmer 129. G Minor (Natural) Scale 130. Hatikvah 131. G Minor (Natural) Scale 132. Essential Elements Quiz - The Hanukkah Song 133. Rhythm Rap 134. French Folk Song 135. Kum Ba Yah 136. Rhythm Rap 137. D Major Scale With Triplets 138. On The Move 139. Slurring Triplets 140. Triplet Etude 141. Little River 142. Field Song 143. Rhythm Rap 144. A Cut Above 145. Cut Time March 146. Rhythm Rap 147. Syncopation March 148. When The Saints Go Marchin' In 149. Rhythm Rap 150. Down Home 151. Moving Along 152. Rhythm Rap 153. Up Town 154. Flying Bows 155. March From Peasant's Cantata 156. Sagebrush Overture - Orchestra Arrangement 157. Pomp And Circumstance - Orchestra Arrangement 158. America The Beautiful - Orchestra Arrangement 159. La Bamba - Duet 160. In The Bleak Midwinter - Orchestra Arrangement 161. Swallowtail Jig - Orchestra Arrangement 162. Sight-Reading Challenge #1 163. Sight-Reading Challenge #2 164. Sight-Reading Challenge #3 165. Sight-Reading Challenge #4 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174. 3-4 Pattern 175. 2-3 Pattern 176. 1-2 Pattern 177. Open Pattern 178. E String 179. A String 180. D String 181. G String 182. C String 183. C Major 184. G Major 185. D Major 186. A Major 187. F Major 188. B-flat Major 189. C Major 190. C Major 191. G Major 192. G Major 193. D Major 194. D Major 195. A Major 196. A Major 197. F Major 198. B-flat Major 199. B-flat Major 200. D Minor 201. D Minor 202. G Minor 203. G Minor 209. Two At A Time 210. Adding Fingers Hal Leonard Online - EE2000
EE2000 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS 2000 FOR STRINGS BOOK 2 PLAY-ALONG ACCOMPANIMENTS EXERCISES 72 - END (MP3 FILES) Tuning Notes 072. Rhythm Rap 073. Blueberry Pie 074. Technique Trax 075. Rhythm Rap 076. Marching Along 077. On The Move 078. Rhythm Etude - Duet 079. Essential Elements Quiz - Rhythm Round-Up 080. Rhythm Rap 081. Technique Trax 082. Hooked On D Major 083. The Mountain Climber 084. Keep It Short 085. Essential Creativity 086. Rhythm Rap 087. Syncopation Time 088. Mirror Image 089. Children's Shoes 090. Hooked On Syncopation 091. Essential Elements Quiz - Tom Dooley 092. Let's Read "B-flat" 093. Rolling Along 094. Matching Octaves 095. Let's Read "F" 096. Technique Trax 097. F Major Scale 098. Theme From Violin Concerto 099. Let's Read "E-flat" 100. Hot Cross Buns 101. Let's Read "B-flat" 102. Viking Way 103. Hiking Along 104. B-flat Major Scale 105. Slovakian Folk Song 106. Cavalier Country 107. Essential Elements Quiz - Ayn Kaylokaynu 108. Let's Read "E-flat" 109. Technique Trax 110. Let's Read "B-flat" - Review 111. Technique Builder 112. B-flat Major Scale 113. The Mountain Deer Chase 114. Essential Creativity - Rakes Of Mallow 115. Rhythm Rap 116. Lazy Day 117. Hooked On 6/8 118. Row, Row, Row Your Boat - Round 119. Slurring In 6/8 Time 120. Jolly Good Fellow 121. Rhythm Rap 122. Rise And Fall 123. Beach Walk 124. May Time 125. D Minor (Natural) Scale 126. Mahler's Theme - Round 127. Shalom Chaverim - Round 128. The Snake Charmer 129. G Minor (Natural) Scale 130. Hatikvah 131. G Minor (Natural) Scale 132. Essential Elements Quiz - The Hanukkah Song 133. Rhythm Rap 134. French Folk Song 135. Kum Ba Yah 136. Rhythm Rap 137. D Major Scale With Triplets 138. On The Move 139. Slurring Triplets 140. Triplet Etude 141. Little River 142. Field Song 143. Rhythm Rap 144. A Cut Above 145. Cut Time March 146. Rhythm Rap 147. Syncopation March 148. When The Saints Go Marchin' In 149. Rhythm Rap 150. Down Home 151. Moving Along 152. Rhythm Rap 153. Up Town 154. Flying Bows 155. March From Peasant's Cantata 156. Sagebrush Overture - Orchestra Arrangement 157. Pomp And Circumstance - Orchestra Arrangement 158. America The Beautiful - Orchestra Arrangement 159. La Bamba - Duet 160. In The Bleak Midwinter - Orchestra Arrangement 161. Swallowtail Jig - Orchestra Arrangement 162. Sight-Reading Challenge #1 163. Sight-Reading Challenge #2 164. Sight-Reading Challenge #3 165. Sight-Reading Challenge #4 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174. 3-4 Pattern 175. 2-3 Pattern 176. 1-2 Pattern 177. Open Pattern 178. E String 179. A String 180. D String 181. G String 182. C String 183. C Major 184. G Major 185. D Major 186. A Major 187. F Major 188. B-flat Major 189. C Major 190. C Major 191. G Major 192. G Major 193. D Major 194. D Major 195. A Major 196. A Major 197. F Major 198. B-flat Major 199. B-flat Major 200. D Minor 201. D Minor 202. G Minor 203. G Minor 209. Two At A Time 210. Adding Fingers
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EE2000 Hal Leonard Classical Hal Leonard Online - EE2000 Essential Elements 2000 FOR BAND, BOOK 2 Play-Along Accompaniments For Percussion Exercises 56 - end (Individual MP3 files) To download, "right-click" (Windows) or "control-click" (Mac) on the desired track and choose to save/download the "linked file" in the pop-up menu. 056. Warm-up Chorale 057. The Thunderer - Band Arrangement 058. Hill and Gully Rider - Band Arrangement 059. Shenandoah - Band Arrangement 060. Las Mananitas - Band Arrangement 061. Rondeau - Band Arrangement 062. Rock.com - Encore Band Arrangement 063. Rhythm Rap 064. Sixteenth Variatons 065. Sea Chantey 066. American Fanfare 067. Scale Study 068. Bill Bailey 069. Rhythm Rap 070. Rhythm Etude 071. Battle Stations 072. English Dance 073. Big Rock Candy Mountain 074. Essential Elements Quiz 075. Simple Song - Duet 076. Line Dance 077. Technique Trax 078. The Galway Piper 079. Manhattan Beach March 080. Sightreading Challenge 081. Rhythm Rap 082. Marching Along 083. Fanfare for Band - Trio 084. O Tannenbaum 085. S'Vivon 086. Good King Wenceslas 087. Tone Builder 088. Flexibility Study 089. Technique Trax 090. Chorale 091. Toreador Song (from Carmen) 092. La Cumparisita 093. The Yellow Rose of Texas 094. Scale Study 095. Advance Australia Fair 096. Essential Creativity 097. American Patrol 098. Aria (from Marriage of Figaro) 099. The Stars and Stripes Forever 100. Sightreading Challenge 101. Rhythm Rap 102. Lazy Day 103. Row Your Boat 104. Jolly Good Fellow 105. Chanson 106. EE Quiz: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 107. Chromatic Scale 108. Technique Trax 109. Habanera (from Carmen) 110. Chromatic Crescendo 111. Turkish March (from The Ruins of Athens) 112. The Overlander 113. Staccato Study 114. Yankee Doodle Dandy 115. Sightreading Challenge 116. Rhythm Rap 117. Three To Get Ready 118. Triplet Study 119. March (from The Nutcracker) - Duet 120. EE Quiz - Theme from Faust 121. Scale Study 122. Over the River and Through the Woods 123. Rhythm Rap 124. On the Move 125. Higher Ground 126. EE Quiz 127. The Marine's Hymn 128. D.S. March 129. Can-Can 130. Tarantella 131. Emperor Waltz 132. English Dance - Duet 133. EE Quiz - British Grenadiers 134. Nassau Bound 135. Unfinished Symphony Theme 136. Rhythm Study 137. Country Gardens 138. Joshua 139. Listen to the Mockingbird 140. Anchors Aweigh 141. Greensleeves 142. The Long Climb 143. The Blue Bells of Scotland 144. Natural Minor Scale 145. Finale from "New World Symphony" 146. Harmonic Minor Scale 147. Hungarian Dance No. 5 148. Pomp and Circumstance 149. Simple Gifts - Band Arrangement 150. Semper Fidelis - Band Arrangement 151. Danny Boy - Band Arrangement 152. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - Band Arrangement 153. Serengeti (African Rhapsody) - Band Arrangement 154. Rubank Studies - Chorale 155. Rubank Studies - Chorale 156. Rubank Studies - Chorale 157. Rubank Studies - Chorale 158. Rubank Studies - Chorale 159. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 160. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 161. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 162. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 163. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 164. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 165. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 166. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 167. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 168. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 169. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 170. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 171. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 172. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 173. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 174. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 175. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 176. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 177. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 178. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 179. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 180. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 181. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 182. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 183. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 184. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 185. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 186. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 187. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Fast tempo 188. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Slow tempo 189. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Fast tempo 190. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Slow tempo 191. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Fast tempo 192. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Slow tempo 193. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Fast tempo 194. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Slow tempo 195. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Fast tempo 196. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Slow tempo 197. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Fast tempo 198. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Slow tempo ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS 2000 FOR BAND, BOOK 2 PLAY-ALONG ACCOMPANIMENTS FOR PERCUSSION EXERCISES 56 - END (INDIVIDUAL MP3 FILES) To download, "right-click" (Windows) or "control-click" (Mac) on the desired group and choose to save/download the "linked file" in the pop-up menu. 056. Warm-up Chorale 057. The Thunderer - Band Arrangement 058. Hill and Gully Rider - Band Arrangement 059. Shenandoah - Band Arrangement 060. Las Mananitas - Band Arrangement 061. Rondeau - Band Arrangement 062. Rock.com - Encore Band Arrangement 063. Rhythm Rap 064. Sixteenth Variatons 065. Sea Chantey 066. American Fanfare 067. Scale Study 068. Bill Bailey 069. Rhythm Rap 070. Rhythm Etude 071. Battle Stations 072. English Dance 073. Big Rock Candy Mountain 074. Essential Elements Quiz 075. Simple Song - Duet 076. Line Dance 077. Technique Trax 078. The Galway Piper 079. Manhattan Beach March 080. Sightreading Challenge 081. Rhythm Rap 082. Marching Along 083. Fanfare for Band - Trio 084. O Tannenbaum 085. S'Vivon 086. Good King Wenceslas 087. Tone Builder 088. Flexibility Study 089. Technique Trax 090. Chorale 091. Toreador Song (from Carmen) 092. La Cumparisita 093. The Yellow Rose of Texas 094. Scale Study 095. Advance Australia Fair 096. Essential Creativity 097. American Patrol 098. Aria (from Marriage of Figaro) 099. The Stars and Stripes Forever 100. Sightreading Challenge 101. Rhythm Rap 102. Lazy Day 103. Row Your Boat 104. Jolly Good Fellow 105. Chanson 106. EE Quiz: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 107. Chromatic Scale 108. Technique Trax 109. Habanera (from Carmen) 110. Chromatic Crescendo 111. Turkish March (from The Ruins of Athens) 112. The Overlander 113. Staccato Study 114. Yankee Doodle Dandy 115. Sightreading Challenge 116. Rhythm Rap 117. Three To Get Ready 118. Triplet Study 119. March (from The Nutcracker) - Duet 120. EE Quiz - Theme from Faust 121. Scale Study 122. Over the River and Through the Woods 123. Rhythm Rap 124. On the Move 125. Higher Ground 126. EE Quiz 127. The Marine's Hymn 128. D.S. March 129. Can-Can 130. Tarantella 131. Emperor Waltz 132. English Dance - Duet 133. EE Quiz - British Grenadiers 134. Nassau Bound 135. Unfinished Symphony Theme 136. Rhythm Study 137. Country Gardens 138. Joshua 139. Listen to the Mockingbird 140. Anchors Aweigh 141. Greensleeves 142. The Long Climb 143. The Blue Bells of Scotland 144. Natural Minor Scale 145. Finale from "New World Symphony" 146. Harmonic Minor Scale 147. Hungarian Dance No. 5 148. Pomp and Circumstance 149. Simple Gifts - Band Arrangement 150. Semper Fidelis - Band Arrangement 151. Danny Boy - Band Arrangement 152. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - Band Arrangement 153. Serengeti (African Rhapsody) - Band Arrangement 154. Rubank Studies - Chorale 155. Rubank Studies - Chorale 156. Rubank Studies - Chorale 157. Rubank Studies - Chorale 158. Rubank Studies - Chorale 159. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 160. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 161. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 162. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 163. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 164. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 165. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 166. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 167. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 168. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 169. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 170. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 171. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 172. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 173. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 174. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 175. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 176. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 177. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 178. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 179. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 180. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 181. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 182. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 183. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 184. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 185. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 186. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 187. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Fast tempo 188. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Slow tempo 189. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Fast tempo 190. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Slow tempo 191. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Fast tempo 192. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Slow tempo 193. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Fast tempo 194. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Slow tempo 195. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Fast tempo 196. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Slow tempo 197. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Fast tempo 198. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Slow tempo
EE2000 Hal Leonard Classical Hal Leonard Online - EE2000 Essential Elements 2000 FOR BAND, BOOK 2 Play-Along Accompaniments For Brass & Woodwinds Exercises 56 - end (Individual MP3 files) To download, "right-click" (Windows) or "control-click" (Mac) on the desired track and choose to save/download the "linked file" in the pop-up menu. 056. Warm-up Chorale 057. The Thunderer - Band Arrangement 058. Hill and Gully Rider - Band Arrangement 059. Shenandoah - Band Arrangement 060. Las Mananitas - Band Arrangement 061. Rondeau - Band Arrangement 062. Rock.com - Encore Band Arrangement 063. Rhythm Rap 064. Sixteenth Variatons 065. Sea Chantey 066. American Fanfare 067. Scale Study 068. Bill Bailey 069. Rhythm Rap 070. Rhythm Etude 071. Battle Stations 072. English Dance 073. Big Rock Candy Mountain 074. Essential Elements Quiz 075. Simple Song - Duet 076. Line Dance 077. Technique Trax 078. The Galway Piper 079. Manhattan Beach March 080. Sightreading Challenge 081. Rhythm Rap 082. Marching Along 083. Fanfare for Band - Trio 084. O Tannenbaum 085. S'Vivon 086. Good King Wenceslas 087. Tone Builder 088. Flexibility Study 089. Technique Trax 090. Chorale 091. Toreador Song (from Carmen) 092. La Cumparisita 093. The Yellow Rose of Texas 094. Scale Study 095. Advance Australia Fair 096. Essential Creativity 097. American Patrol 098. Aria (from Marriage of Figaro) 099. The Stars and Stripes Forever 100. Sightreading Challenge 101. Rhythm Rap 102. Lazy Day 103. Row Your Boat 104. Jolly Good Fellow 105. Chanson 106. EE Quiz: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 107. Chromatic Scale 108. Technique Trax 109. Habanera (from Carmen) 110. Chromatic Crescendo 111. Turkish March (from The Ruins of Athens) 112. The Overlander 113. Staccato Study 114. Yankee Doodle Dandy 115. Sightreading Challenge 116. Rhythm Rap 117. Three To Get Ready 118. Triplet Study 119. March (from The Nutcracker) - Duet 120. EE Quiz - Theme from Faust 121. Scale Study 122. Over the River and Through the Woods 123. Rhythm Rap 124. On the Move 125. Higher Ground 126. EE Quiz 127. The Marine's Hymn 128. D.S. March 129. Can-Can 130. Tarantella 131. Emperor Waltz 132. English Dance - Duet 133. EE Quiz - British Grenadiers 134. Nassau Bound 135. Unfinished Symphony Theme 136. Rhythm Study 137. Country Gardens 138. Joshua 139. Listen to the Mockingbird 140. Anchors Aweigh 141. Greensleeves 142. The Long Climb 143. The Blue Bells of Scotland 144. Natural Minor Scale 145. Finale from "New World Symphony" 146. Harmonic Minor Scale 147. Hungarian Dance No. 5 148. Pomp and Circumstance 149. Simple Gifts - Band Arrangement 150. Semper Fidelis - Band Arrangement 151. Danny Boy - Band Arrangement 152. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - Band Arrangement 153. Serengeti (African Rhapsody) - Band Arrangement 154. Rubank Studies - Chorale 155. Rubank Studies - Chorale 156. Rubank Studies - Chorale 157. Rubank Studies - Chorale 158. Rubank Studies - Chorale 159. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 160. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 161. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 162. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 163. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 164. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 165. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 166. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 167. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 168. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 169. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 170. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 171. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 172. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 173. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 174. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 175. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 176. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 177. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 178. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 179. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 180. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 181. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 182. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 183. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 184. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 185. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 186. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 187. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Slow tempo 188. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Fast tempo 189. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Slow tempo 190. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Fast tempo 191. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Slow tempo 192. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Fast tempo 193. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Slow tempo 194. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Fast tempo 195. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Slow tempo 196. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Fast tempo 197. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Slow tempo 198. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Fast tempo ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS 2000 FOR BAND, BOOK 2 PLAY-ALONG ACCOMPANIMENTS FOR BRASS & WOODWINDS EXERCISES 56 - END (INDIVIDUAL MP3 FILES) To download, "right-click" (Windows) or "control-click" (Mac) on the desired group and choose to save/download the "linked file" in the pop-up menu. 056. Warm-up Chorale 057. The Thunderer - Band Arrangement 058. Hill and Gully Rider - Band Arrangement 059. Shenandoah - Band Arrangement 060. Las Mananitas - Band Arrangement 061. Rondeau - Band Arrangement 062. Rock.com - Encore Band Arrangement 063. Rhythm Rap 064. Sixteenth Variatons 065. Sea Chantey 066. American Fanfare 067. Scale Study 068. Bill Bailey 069. Rhythm Rap 070. Rhythm Etude 071. Battle Stations 072. English Dance 073. Big Rock Candy Mountain 074. Essential Elements Quiz 075. Simple Song - Duet 076. Line Dance 077. Technique Trax 078. The Galway Piper 079. Manhattan Beach March 080. Sightreading Challenge 081. Rhythm Rap 082. Marching Along 083. Fanfare for Band - Trio 084. O Tannenbaum 085. S'Vivon 086. Good King Wenceslas 087. Tone Builder 088. Flexibility Study 089. Technique Trax 090. Chorale 091. Toreador Song (from Carmen) 092. La Cumparisita 093. The Yellow Rose of Texas 094. Scale Study 095. Advance Australia Fair 096. Essential Creativity 097. American Patrol 098. Aria (from Marriage of Figaro) 099. The Stars and Stripes Forever 100. Sightreading Challenge 101. Rhythm Rap 102. Lazy Day 103. Row Your Boat 104. Jolly Good Fellow 105. Chanson 106. EE Quiz: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 107. Chromatic Scale 108. Technique Trax 109. Habanera (from Carmen) 110. Chromatic Crescendo 111. Turkish March (from The Ruins of Athens) 112. The Overlander 113. Staccato Study 114. Yankee Doodle Dandy 115. Sightreading Challenge 116. Rhythm Rap 117. Three To Get Ready 118. Triplet Study 119. March (from The Nutcracker) - Duet 120. EE Quiz - Theme from Faust 121. Scale Study 122. Over the River and Through the Woods 123. Rhythm Rap 124. On the Move 125. Higher Ground 126. EE Quiz 127. The Marine's Hymn 128. D.S. March 129. Can-Can 130. Tarantella 131. Emperor Waltz 132. English Dance - Duet 133. EE Quiz - British Grenadiers 134. Nassau Bound 135. Unfinished Symphony Theme 136. Rhythm Study 137. Country Gardens 138. Joshua 139. Listen to the Mockingbird 140. Anchors Aweigh 141. Greensleeves 142. The Long Climb 143. The Blue Bells of Scotland 144. Natural Minor Scale 145. Finale from "New World Symphony" 146. Harmonic Minor Scale 147. Hungarian Dance No. 5 148. Pomp and Circumstance 149. Simple Gifts - Band Arrangement 150. Semper Fidelis - Band Arrangement 151. Danny Boy - Band Arrangement 152. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - Band Arrangement 153. Serengeti (African Rhapsody) - Band Arrangement 154. Rubank Studies - Chorale 155. Rubank Studies - Chorale 156. Rubank Studies - Chorale 157. Rubank Studies - Chorale 158. Rubank Studies - Chorale 159. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 160. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 161. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 162. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Bb 163. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 164. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 165. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 166. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Eb 167. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 168. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 169. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 170. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert F 171. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 172. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 173. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 174. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert Ab 175. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 176. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 177. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 178. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C 179. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 180. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert G Minor 181. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 182. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert C Minor 183. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 184. Rubank Studies - Key of Concert D Minor 185. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 186. Rubank Studies - Chromatic Scales 187. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Slow tempo 188. Rhythm Studies - mm 1-12 in 4/4, Fast tempo 189. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Slow tempo 190. Rhythm Studies - mm 13-40 in 4/4, Fast tempo 191. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Slow tempo 192. Rhythm Studies - mm 41-52 in 3/4, Fast tempo 193. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Slow tempo 194. Rhythm Studies - mm 53-64 in 2/4, Fast tempo 195. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Slow tempo 196. Rhythm Studies - mm 65-72 in Cut-time, Fast tempo 197. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Slow tempo 198. Rhythm Studies - mm 73-80 in 6/8, Fast tempo
The Music Man Jr. - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. 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Jr. Seussical Jr. Shrek Jr. Singin' In The Rain Jr. Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Willy Wonka Jr. (Roald Dahl) Xanadu Jr. 30-Min.ute Musicals [KIDS] 30-Minute Musicals 101 Dalmatians KIDS (Disney) Aladdin KIDS (Disney) Annie KIDS Aristocats KIDS (Disney) Cinderella KIDS (Disney) Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Jungle Book KIDS (Disney) The Knight at Dawn KIDS (Magic Tree House) The Lion King KIDS (Disney) The Music Man KIDS Pirates Past Noon KIDS (Magic Tree House) Seussical KIDS Willy Wonka KIDS (Roald Dahl) Winnie the Pooh KIDS (Disney) A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS Product Information Musical Numbers Cast of Characters Credits Book by Meredith Willson Music & Lyrics by Meredith Willson Based on a story by Meredith Willson and Fraklin Lacey Overview / Synopsis Based on Meredith Wilson's six-time, Tony Award-winning musical comedy, The Music Man JR. features some of musical theatre's most iconic songs and a story filled with wit, warmth, and good old-fashioned romance. The Music Man JR. is family entertainment at its best - a bold, brassy show that will have the whole town atwitter! Master showman Harold Hill is in town, and he's got "seventy-six trombones" in tow. Can upright, uptight Marian, the town librarian, resist his powerful allure? The story follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys' band he vows to organize. The catch? He doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, whose belief in Harold's power just might help him succeed in the end in spite of himself. The Music Man JR. is the perfect vehicle for your young cast, a toe-tapping crowd-pleaser featuring a soaring soprano ing�nue part and a leading role for a charismatic actor, as well as plenty of roles for kids of every level. Audio Sampler - HL00151879 $10.00 ShowKit - HL09971792 $645.00 This ShowKit includes: Production Guide Director's Guide P/V Vocal Score 30 Actor Scripts 2 Rehearsal CDs 2 Accompaniment CDs Media Disc Choreographic DVD Cross-curricular Guide 30 Family Matters Booklets 60-Minute JR. Request Individual Components 09971793 - Director's Guide $100.00 09971794 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 09971795 - Actor's Script $10.00 09971796 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 09971797 - Perf/Accomp CD pack $75.00 09971798 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 09971799 - Student Rehearsal CD 20-pak $100.00 09971800 - Choreography DVD $50.00 09971801 - Media Disc $10.00 00151879 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample SCENE 1 Rock Island [Salesmen, Newspaper Readers, Charlie] SCENE 2 Iowa Stubborn [Townspeople, Farmer, Farmer's Wife] Ya Got Trouble [Harold, Townspeople] SCENE 4 Piano Lesson / If You Don't Mind My Saying So [Marian, Mrs. Paroo] Goodnight, My Someone [Marian] SCENE 5 Columbia, Gem of the Ocean [Townspeople] Seventy-Six Trombones [Harold, Townspeople] Ice Cream/Sincere [Harold, Olin, Oliver, Jacey, Ewart] SCENE 6 Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little (Part 1) [Alma, Ethel, Maud, Eulalie, Ladies, Harold] Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little (Part 2) [Alma, Eulalie, Maud,d Ethel, Mrs. Squires, Ladies, Harold] SCENE 8 The Wells Fargo Wagon [Townspeople, Winthrop] Shipoopi [Marcellus, Boys, Girls] Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little (Reprise) [Ladies, Ethel, Alma, Maud, Ethel, Mrs. Squires, Eulalie] SCENE 9 Gary, Indiana [Winthrop, Mrs. Paroo, Marian] SCENE 10 Till There Was You [Marian, Harold] Bows [Cast] Harold Hill Harold Hill is a great role for a young person to play. Select a boy with charisma and charm, who is comfortable on stage. He should be a great actor, an average singer, and an average mover. You'll also want to cast a boy with a changed voice. For your sanity, make sure you cast someone who memorizes lines easily and has a good sense of musical rhythm. Your Harold should look good with your Marian and the two together should exude a spark of excitement. Gender: Male Vocal Range: G5 - B3 Marian Paroo The role of Marian is a different twist on the traditional leading lady. The character progresses greatly during the show, starting as an uptight librarian and transforming into a beautiful and trusting young woman. Your Marian must have an amazing voice, be an excellent actor, and be able to move well. She must also have an air of confidence that draws Harold and your audience to her. She will also need to be comfortable kissing two boys-Harold and Charlie Cowell, which requires a certain amount of emotional maturity. Finally, take some time during auditions to try different pairs of Harolds and Marians until you reach the perfect match. Vocal Range: G5 - G3 Charlie Cowell Charlie Cowell is one of the premium acting-only roles. Consider having the actor playing Charlie perform in the ensemble or as a teen dancer or townsperson-just make sure it's clear he's NOT playing Charlie Cowell in those scenes. Cast a strong actor with a good loud voice who is a bit of a ham and likes being on the stage. He has to be comfortable kissing Marian, and should have a good sense of comic timing. Charlie is a good choice for an understudy to Harold Hill. Gender: Male Mayor Shinn You may be tempted to cast an "over-the-top" actor as Mayor Shinn, but resist and heed the warning of Meredith Willson. The actor playing Mayor Shinn certainly needs a good sense of comic timing, but should be able to perform the role very seriously. This is elemental in creating the humor of The Music Man JR., which is based in reality. Mayor Shinn does not have to sing or dance, but he is responsible for a great deal of the pacing and line pick up in the show. Make sure your actor can memorize long monologues. Gender: Male Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn Everybody wants to play Eulalie. It's a great role for a great comic actress. Again heed Mr. Willson's warning and avoid casting an actress who is over the top. If Eulalie takes herself seriously your audience will find her hysterical. Eulalie does have some singing and some dancing, or at least posing. Make sure your Eulalie works with your Mayor Shinn. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - D4 Marcellus Washburn This classic sidekick to Harold has been immortalized by comedic greats like Buddy Hacket. Marcellus' big number is "Shipoopi" so the character has to act well, sing reasonably well (although a character voice is best) and be able to dance. Cast the kid who is just funny all the time and you'll have a great Marcellus. Gender: Male Vocal Range: D#5 - E4 Ethel Toffelmier Ethel is Marcellus's girlfriend. She's described by Marcellus as "a nice comfortable girl and the bosses' niece." Ethel has some acting, some singing, and some dancing. Ethel is also one of the solo Pick-a-Little ladies. Make sure she and Marcellus look good together, think Ethel and Fred from I Love Lucy! Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - D4 Mrs. Paroo Mrs. Paroo is the conscience of River City. She is a great mother, stands up for what she believes in, and gently pushes Marian to think of her future. The role requires an actress who can do a good Irish Brogue, and who can sing and act. She should also look right with Marian and Winthrop. Gender: Female Vocal Range: Eb5 - Ab3 Winthrop Paroo Winthrop should appear to be young, his voice must be unchanged and he should be a good actor. Winthrop also needs to be able to affect a believable lisp. Winthrop has to transform from a shy child to an outspoken child who not only sings but dances! Gender: Male Vocal Range: Eb5 - C4 Amaryllis Amaryllis is the slightly bratty girl who studies piano with Marian. Amaryllis should be a good actor, and roughly the same size as Winthrop and Gracie. Just who are Amaryllis' parents is one of the great mysteries of The Music Man JR. and something for you to decide. Gender: Female Ewart Dunlop Ewart is one of the four quartet members with the second highest voice or tenor. He is married to Maud Dunlop. Cast singers who can hold their own vocal parts strongly and worry about the acting later. Gender: Male Vocal Range: F#5 - E4 Oliver Hix Oliver is one of the four quartet members with the second lowest voice or baritone. He is married to Alma Hix. Cast singers who can hold their own vocal parts strongly and worry about the acting later. Gender: Male Vocal Range: F#5 - E4 Jacey Squires Jacey is one of the four quartet members with the highest voice or tenor. He is married to Mrs. Squires. Cast singers who can hold their own vocal parts strongly and worry about the acting later. Gender: Male Vocal Range: A5 - B3 Olin Britt Olin is one of the four quartet members with the lowest voice or bass. Cast singers who can hold their own vocal parts strongly and worry about the acting later. Gender: Male Vocal Range: D5 - A3 Tommy Djilas Tommy is the teen heartthrob in the show. Cast the best looking kid you have; with any luck he'll also be able to act and dance. Tommy's love interest is Zaneeta so make sure the two characters have chemistry between them. Gender: Male Zaneeta Shinn Zaneeta should be your best female dancer. The role is often given dance features in both "76 trombones" and "Shipoopi". Zaneeta also should look like she belongs in the Shinn Family, although this is not necessary. Zaneeta gets to deliver the classic "Ye gads" line! Gender: Female Gracie Shinn Gracie is Zaneeta's little sister. This role has one or two lines of dialogue and traditionally is the first soloist in "Wells Fargo Wagon." Gracie can also understudy Amaryllis in case of an emergency. Gender: Female Vocal Range: Eb5 - B3 Alma Hix One of the core members of the Pick-a-little ladies, requiring girls with strong voices and a good sense of comedy. Alma is married to Oliver. You can also add additional Pick-a-little ladies. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - D4 Maud Dunlop One of the core members of the Pick-a-little ladies, requiring girls with strong voices and a good sense of comedy. Maud is married to Ewart. You can also add additional Pick-a-little ladies. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - D4 Mrs. Squires One of the core members of the Pick-a-little ladies, requiring girls with strong voices and a good sense of comedy. Mrs. Squires is married to Jacey. You can also add additional Pick-a-little ladies. Gender: Female Vocal Range: D5 - D4 Conductor The conductor has the first line in the show, so cast an actor that is loud and energetic! Gender: Male Constable Locke The Constable is a quietly wise man who sees through Harold, but doesn't seem to mind. It's a nice feature for any young character actor. Gender: Male Ensemble The Ensemble is comprised of Adult-types, teens and kids to play townspeople, traveling salesmen, teen dancers, Wa Tan Ye girls and the boys' band. Can accommodate additional Pick-a-little ladies Gender: both Adults For some reason, some kids just read on stage as adults. You'll recognize this quality by comparing kids. Since THE MUSIC MAN JR. is about a town, you'll want to assign your cast into family units. Try to create a realistic town with married folks, single folks, etc. If you have an abundance of girls, cast a few as widows. Ask each family to create a family history, including details of their lives. By doing this you will create an ensemble that is engaged and energized and this will greatly add to the quality of your production! The adults have a few lines (which you can distribute while blocking the scenes.) They also have some solo vocal lines. You'll also want to select the Farmer and His Wife from this group. Gender: both Traveling Salesmen You'll want to cast several good actors to play traveling salesmen, especially salesmen number five, number three, and number one. If you find it necessary to cast girls as traveling salesmen make sure they play the roles as men. Gender: both Teen Dancers Create a group of teen dancers by selecting your best dancers. The Teen Dancers will be responsible for "Shipoopi," and have features in "76 Trombones." Make sure each Teen Dancer is assigned to a family to create the illusion of a real town. Gender: both Wa Tan Ye Girls All of your little girls can play Wa Tan Ye Girls. They are featured during Eulalie's "Spectacle" just prior to "76 Trombones." Again assign them to families. Gender: Female Boys' Band All of your little boys can be in the Boys' Band provided you have enough uniforms. The Boys' Band has two main features: "76 Trombones" and the finale of the show. Make sure the boys are a part of a family. Gender: both
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2014 Winners THE 2014 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2014. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place JACK SWANSON School: University of Oklahoma Pianist: Lorne Richstone Voice Teacher: Linda Esther Gray Second Place (tie) ERIC FERRING School: Drake University Pianist: Michelle Havlik-Jergens Voice Teacher: Leanne Freeman-Miller Second Place (tie) ALEXANDRA NOWAKOWSKI School: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Pianist: Casey Dierlam Voice Teacher: Cynthia Haymon Third Place (tie) STEPHEN MICHAEL HANNA School: Stephen F. Austin State Universityc Pianist: Geneva Fungn Voice Teacher: Scott LaGraff Third Place (tie) NATHANIEL SULLIVAN School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Pianist: Kurt Knecht Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) LEE CLAPP Watch Video KAITLYN JOHNSON Watch Video JOSEPH LEPPEK Watch Video ELIZABETH SYWULKA School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place OLIVIA COSIO Location: San Francisco, California Pianist: Ben Malkevitch Voice Teacher:Todd Wedge Second Place SARAH CLEMENTINE MIRE Location: Wolfforth, Texas Pianist: Regina Shea Voice Teacher: Rebecca Wascoe Third Place (tie) CAITLIN HALE DANIELS Location: Dallas, Texas Pianist: Szu-Ying Huang Voice Teacher: Linda DiFiore Third Place (tie) NATHAN KESSEL Location: Worcester, Massachusetts Pianist: Olga Rogach Voice Teacher: Stanley Wilson Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) HAYLEY BOGGS Watch Video NICOLE BURKE Watch Video HANNAH KILPATRICK Watch Video MONICA MUSIC Watch Video MARY GRACE NASIM Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place BENJAMIN WENZELBERG Location: Tenafly, New Jersey Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Second Place (tie) CARLY COONEY Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon Pianist: Daniel Buchanan Voice Teacher: Angela Niederloh Second Place (tie) KARLI FORTE Location: Fremont, Indiana Pianist: Jeri Mow Voice Teacher: Lynn Syler Third Place (tie) NICOLE KELLY Location: West Palm Beach, Florida Voice Teacher: Craig Wich Third Place (tie) CAITLYN McCONNELL Location: Silverdale, Washington Pianist: Cassie Gillis Voice Teacher: Susan Trainer Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MARY ELIZABETH ADLER Watch Video MADISON BEASLEY Watch Video NATALIE DULLERUD Watch Video MADISON FITZPATRICK Watch Video SALONI RAO Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place MADELIN MORALES Location: Fairfield, New Jersey Pianist: Michael Fennelly Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Second Place (tie) EMMA BROOKE ALLEY Location: Lyman, South Carolina Pianist: Valerie MacPhail Voice Teacher: Valerie MacPhail Second Place (tie) SHERIDAN ARCHBOLD Location: Yorkville, Illinois Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) LEXI LANNI Location: Bristol, Rhode Island Pianist: Madeline Grace Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Grace Third Place (tie) LAUREN MAGEE Location: Fort Worth, Texas Voice Teacher: Pamela Riley Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ALIYAH DOUGLAS Watch Video AGNE GIEDRAITYTE Watch Video OLYMPIA HATZILAMBROU Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place MICHAEL HEWITT School: University of Denver Lamont School of Music Pianist: Joshua Sawicki Voice Teacher: Kenneth Cox Second Place (tie) BRITTANY HOWK School: Arizona State University Pianist: Curtis Moeller Voice Teacher: Carole FitzPatrick Second Place (tie) YAZID PIERCE-GRAY School: DePauw University Pianist: Amanda Hopson Voice Teacher: Caroline B. Smith Third Place (tie) JOEL BAUMAN School: Messiah College Pianist: Daniel Dorty Voice Teacher: Elaine Henderson Third Place (tie) ANGELA GILBERT School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Pianist: Kurt Knecht Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) LEE CLAPP Watch Video CAITLIN SECREST Watch Video CECILIA SNOW Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place BENJAMIN WALKER Location: Wilmington, Delaware Pianist: Lisa Papili Voice Teacher: Marian Johnson-Healy Second Place (tie) JILLIAN CAILLOUETTE Location: Meriden, Connecticut Pianist: Sean Pallatroni Voice Teacher: Stacy Perrone Petta Second Place (tie) EMILY CIPRIANI Location: Westerville, Ohio Pianist: Stephanie Henkle Voice Teacher: Stephanie Henkle Third Place (tie) JULIA QUANDT Location: Seattle, Washington Pianist: Serena Chin Voice Teacher: Madeline Bersamina Third Place (tie) LILY LORD Location: Falls Church, Virginia Pianist: Ed Roberts Voice Teacher: Muriel VonVillas Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MICHELLE ANNE BAILEY Watch Video CASSIDY GALLOWAY Watch Video DEVON HAYAKAWA Watch Video HANNAH KILPATRICK Location: Wading River, New York Watch Video LINDSAY ROLLAND-MILLS Location: Scottsdale, Arizona Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place ALISON POGORELC Location: Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin Pianist: Diane Kachelmeier Voice Teacher: Helen Ceci Second Place EMMA LEE Location: Bolingbrook, Illinois Voice Teacher: Greg Lee Third Place (tie) EMMA JOANIS Location: Windham, New Hampshire Pianist: Glenn Gordon Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Group Third Place (tie) SARAH LAWLER Location: Barrington, New Jersey Pianist: Melissa Daniels Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MELINDA ORENGO Watch Video JESSICA VANEK Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place OLIVIA LOMBARDI Location: Rye Brook, New York Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Second Place (tie) MADELIN MORALES Location: Fairfield, New Jersey Pianist: Michael Fennelly Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Second Place (tie) ADRIANA SERRA Location: Mississauga, Ontario Voice Teacher: Kinga Mitrowska & Jeanai LaVita Third Place (tie) CORMAC CULLINANE Location: Fresh Meadows, New York Pianist: Gulnara Mitzanova Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Third Place (tie) AKIRA GOLZ Location: Hopewell Junction, New York Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) CODY KONOP Watch Video ELIZABETH O'BRYANT Watch Video ALEXA REEVES Watch Video McKENNA SHAW Watch Video NICOLE WILDY Watch Video JOYCE ZHENG Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2018 Winners THE 2018 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2018. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place EMILY POGORELC School: Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia, PA Pianist: Pedro Yanez Voice Teacher: Julia Faulkner Second Place (tie) RYAN HURLEY School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Ruobing Zhang Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Second Place (tie) LINDSEY REYNOLDS School: Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia, PA Pianist: Reese Revak Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Third Place (tie) AARON CROUCH School: Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia, PA Pianist: Michael Davidman Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Third Place (tie) SHEREEN PIMENTEL School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Gulnara Mitznova Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MICHELLE GEFFNER School: The Juilliard School Watch Video SHELÉN HUGHES School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video YVETTE KEONG School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video EVAN LAZDOWSKI School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place LIBBY SOKOLOWSKI School: Homeschooled Location: Hurley, NY Voice Teacher: Drew Minter Second Place (tie) JOSHUA BERG School: Bernards High School Location: Gladstone, NJ Voice Teacher: Lorraine Nubar Second Place (tie) CALLIE ILIFF School: Wimberley High School Location: San Marcos, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Third Place (tie) COLIN AIKINS School: Central Catholic High School Location: Lower Burrell, PA Voice Teacher: Maria Spacagna Third Place (tie) DALIA MEDOVNIKOV School: Amity Regional High School Location: Woodbridge, CT Voice Teacher: Emily Olin Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ADAM CLAYTON Location: Lake Forest, IL Watch Video EMMA COLE Location: Buda, TX Watch Video SAM DHOBHANY Location: Brooklyn, NY Watch Video ARLO ECHAVARRIA-DUQUE Location: Interlochen, MI Watch Video PABLO RUBIN-JURADO Location: New York, NY Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place CAITLIN CHISHAM Location: Holts Summit, MO Voice Teacher: Michael Straw Second Place (tie) ISABELLA LOPEZ School: Ruth Asawa School of the Arts Location: San Francisco, CA Voice Teacher: Rhoslyn Jones Second Place (tie) AIDA SKARAITE School: Glenbard West High School Location: Glen Ellyn, IL Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School Location: Lower Oro Valley, AZ Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) AVA KUNTZ School: Orange County School of the Arts Location: Santa Ana, CA Voice Teacher: Kathleen Martin Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) TOSHAAN ARORA Location: Austin, TX Watch Video LENA MOLYNEUX Location: New York, NY Watch Video LUCA MORGANTE Location: Toronto, ON Watch Video ALASDAIR PAYTEN Location: San Francisco, CA Watch Video ANNA ZAVELSON Location: Austin, Texas Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place SHAYLA HE School: The Harker School Location: Saratoga, CA Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Second Place (tie) MEGHAN LINNINGTON School: Jenks West Intermediate Location: Jenks, OK Voice Teacher: Darryl Linnington Second Place (tie) ROHAN PUROHIT School: East Lyme Middle School Location: East Lyme, CT Voice Teacher: Natalia Syed Third Place (tie) EVA CRICHTON School: Horace Mann School Location: New York, NY Voice Teacher: Gulnara Mitzanova and Amelia DeMayo Third Place (tie) SANGHOON JUNG School: Tenakill Middle School Location: Closter, NJ Voice Teacher: HyeYoung Kang Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) THEO BURKE Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA Watch Video KORYNN GAGNE Location: Ashburnham, MS Watch Video SOPHIA HOLMGREN Location: Williamstown, MS Watch Video WILL MANELLO Location: Spartanburg, SC Watch Video ANDREA NALYWAJKO Location: New York, NY Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place LUIS IBARRA School: Florida International University Location: Miami, FL Pianist: Jared Peroune Voice Teacher: Pamela Sherwood Second Place BRITTANY DINARDO School: Rutgers University Location: New Brunswick, NJ Pianist: Kyle Henry Voice Teacher: Rosa Vento Third Place (tie) RYAN HURLEY School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Ruobing Zhang Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Third Place (tie) SHEREEN PIMENTEL School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Gulnara Mitznova Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) ABBY KURTH School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Watch Video MICHELLE LANGONE School: Vanderbilt University Watch Video KATIE MURPHY School: Christopher Newport University Watch Video ALEXANDRA PURDY School: New England Conservatory of Music Watch Video ABBY ROZMAJZL School: Christopher Newport University Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place KATHRYN SCHNEIDER School: Muskego High School Location: Muskego, WI Voice Teacher: Antonina Johnston Second Place (tie) SUMMER BECKMAN School: Desert Mountain High School Location: Fountain Hills, AZ Voice Teacher: Paige Beckman Second Place (tie) MAYA PRICE School: Passaic County Technical Institute Location: Clifton, NJ Voice Teacher: Edwin Jacob Third Place (tie) CHLOE HAYES School: Northview High School Location: Brazil, IN Voice Teacher: Dr. Colleen Davis Third Place (tie) JULIA MESSENGER School: Episcopal High School (Alexandria, VA) Location: Raleigh, NC Voice Teacher: Cara Transtrom Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JESSICA FURNSTAHL Location: Lake Tapps, Washington Watch Video ELIZAH KNIGHT Location: Oro Valley, Arizona Watch Video DALIA MEDOVNIKOV Location: Woodbridge, Connecticut Watch Video ALEXANDRA MELI Location: Wading River, New York Watch Video GRACE NAPOLETANO Location: Scottsdale, Arizona Watch Video ALEA VERNON Location: Cheshire, Connecticut Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place KINSEY NEAS School: Westlake High School Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Second Place ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School Location: Oro Valley, AZ Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) TOSHAAN ARORA School: McCallum Fine Arts Academy Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Third Place (tie) ALYSON KESSINGER School: Aledo High School Location: Aledo, TX Voice Teacher: Marlene Bigley Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JULIA BLACKMON Location: Austin, TX Watch Video ALEXA REEVES Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Watch Video ELLA RUTMAN Location: Austin, TX Watch Video ELIZABETH VICHNESS Location: Annandale, VA Watch Video MARISSA YOUNG Location: Los Altos, CA Watch Video ANNA ZAVELSON Location: Austin, TX Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place COOPER RAMSEY School: Ethical Culture Fieldston School Location: New York, NY Voice Teacher: Gulnara Mitzanova and Amelia DeMayo Second Place (tie) ZOEY BLACKMAN School: Melissa Daniels Vocal Studio Location: Voorhees, NJ Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels Second Place (tie) ALEAH GARCIA School: Highland Junior High School Location: Gilbert, AZ Voice Teacher: Allison Houston Third Place (tie) CIELA ELLIOTT School: Seven Bridges Middle School Location: Chappaqua, NY Voice Teacher: Gulnara Mitzanova and Amelia DeMayo Third Place (tie) SHAYLA HE School: The Harker School Location: Saratoga, CA Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JACOB THOMAS ANDERSON Location: Fairfax Station, Virginia Watch Video SARAYA ANGBAZO Location: Tenafly, New Jersey Watch Video WINTER DONNELLY Location: New York, New York Watch Video CAMDEN PRIESTER Location: North Tonawanda, New York Watch Video GREGORY TRECHEL Location: Schenectady, New York Watch Video ALEX VACCHIANO Location: West Caldwell, New Jersey Watch Video Back To Top
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2017 Winners THE 2017 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 1, 2017. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place ANTHONY LEÓN School: La Sierra University Location: Riverside, California Pianist: Sergio Leiva Voice Teacher: Javier Gonzalez Second Place MERISSA BEDDOWS School: Manhattan School of Music Location: New York, New York Pianist: Luyang Liu Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Third Place ALEX WUNDER School: Belmont University Location: Nashville, Tennessee Pianist: Bernadette O'Connor Voice Teacher: Mark Whatley Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JOEL BROWN School: Nebraska Wesleyan University Watch Video LEAH BRZYSKI School: Michigan State University Watch Video AARON CROUCH School: Curtis Institute of Music Watch Video CLARE DEMER School: University of Arizona Watch Video EVAN LAZDOWSKI School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video TAYTE MITCHELL School: Oberlin Conservatory of Music Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place ALEA VERNON School: Cheshire High School Location: Cheshire, Connecticut Voice Teacher: Lorraine Nubar Second Place (tie) SAM SIEGEL School: Independence High School (San Francisco) Location: Berkeley, California Voice Teacher: Rhoslyn Jones Second Place (tie) LIBBY SOKOLOWSKI School: Homeschooled Location: Hurley, New York Voice Teacher: Drew Minter Third Place (tie) BRITTANY BREWER School: Midway High School (Waco) Location: McGregor, Texas Voice Teacher: Julianne Best Third Place (tie) ANNE TEELING School: Dowling Catholic High School (West Des Moines) Location: Waukee, Iowa Voice Teacher: Gloria Olson Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) SARAH AALDERING Location: Los Gatos, California Watch Video ALEXANDRA KZESKI Location: Chicago, Illinois Watch Video NIKO MANCERA Location: Laguna Niguel, California Watch Video ALEX SMITH Location: Kalamazoo, MichiganI Watch Video MAYA THORSON Location: Manhattan School of Music EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place MADELIN MORALES School: West Essex High School (North Caldwell, New Jersey) Location: Fairfield, New Jersey Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Second Place (tie) PABLO RUBIN-JURADO School: Juilliard Pre-College, The Juilliard School Location: New York, New York Voice Teacher: Cynthia Sanner Second Place (tie) AIDA SKARAITE School: Glenbard West High School Location: Glen Ellyn, IL Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) CAITLIN CHISHAM School: Fatima Junior High School (Westphalia, Missouri) Location: Holts Summit, Missouri Voice Teacher: Michael Straw Third Place (tie) BRADY TUTTON School: Shorewood High School Location: Shorewood, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Roberta Ricci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) EMMA-BROOKE ALLEY Location: Lyman, South Carolina Watch Video EMMA BROYLES Location: Anchorage, Alaska Watch Video MAY COPPLER Location: Fostoria, Ohio Watch Video RUBY PINE Location: New York, New York Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place HARRIET CHILTON School: La Colina Junior High School Location: Santa Barbara, California Voice Teacher: Dauri Kennedy Second Place (tie) NORAH BERNSTEIN School: Palmetto Scholars Academy (North Charleston) Location: Charleston, South Carolina Voice Teacher: Loretta Haskell Second Place (tie) SHAYLE HE School: The Harker School (San Jose) Location: Saratoga, California Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Third Place (tie) QUINN DUNKLE School: Excelsior Middle School) Location: Marion, Iowa Voice Teacher: Cindy Shadrick Third Place (tie) EMMA STEVENS School: Longfellow Middle School Location: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Helen Ceci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) BROOKLYN BURT Location: Gonzales, Louisiana Watch Video GRACE HUYNH Location: Westminster, California Watch Video SANGHOON JUNG Location: Closter, New Jersey Watch Video GREYLYN ZURITA Location: Tucson, Arizona Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place TREVOR VANDERZEE School: DePaul University Location: Chicago, Illinois Pianist: Paul Hamilton Voice Teacher: David Alt Second Place (tie) LIZA PICCOLI School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Pianist: Denis Plutalov Voice Teacher: Alisa Belflower Second Place (tie) JACQUELINE SAVAGEAU School: Clark University Location: Worcester, Massachusetts Pianist: Melanie Rucinski Voice Teacher: Julie Krugman Third Place (tie) LEAH BRZUSKI School: Michigan State University Location: East Lansing, Michigan Pianist: Judy Kabodian Voice Teacher: Anne Nispel Third Place (tie) PABLO LAUCERICA School: Northwestern University Location: Evanston, Illinois Voice Teacher: Kurt Hansen Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MATTHEW CARTER School: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Watch Video RACHEL HORNER School: Rutgers University Watch Video SARAH POLINSKI School: Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place ASHLYN COMBS School: Homeschooled Location: Lexington, South Carolina Pianist: Rebecca Whalen Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Briggs Second Place (tie) ZOE COLVIN School: Homeschooled Location: Smithville, Missouri Accompaniment: Recorded Voice Teacher: Stacey Stofferahn Uthe Second Place (tie) JULIA MESSENGER School: Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia) Location: Moorestown, New Jersey Pianist: Ruth Locker Voice Teacher: Cara Transtrom Third Place (tie) CHELSEA CHAET School: Eastern Regional High School Location: Voorhees, New Jersey Pianist: Melissa Daniels Voice Teacher: Melissa Daniels Third Place (tie) ARIA GRACE CRITCHLEY School: East High School Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Accompaniment: Recorded Voice Teacher: Rebecca Glade Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) JESSICA FURNSTAHL Location: Lake Tapps, Washington Watch Video ALANNA MCPHERSON Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba Watch Video CAITLIN NAVARRETE Location: Bronx, New York Watch Video CUBBY RUPERS Location: Hull, Georgia Watch Video KATHRYN SCHNEIDER Location: Muskego, Wisconsin Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place ALEK RAHMAN School: Desert Mountain High School Location: Scottsdale, Arizona Voice Teacher: Brenlie Nagy Second Place (tie) ALEXANDRA GOOD School: St. Ignatius College Prep Location: Chicago, Illinois Voice Teacher: Justin Nixon Second Place (tie) NICOLE SUGARMAN School: J.P. Taravella High School Location: Coral Springs, Florida Voice Teacher: Melanie Leibner Perkins Third Place (tie) AIDA SKARAITE School: Hadley Junior High Location: Glen Ellyn, Illinois Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) BRADY TUTTON School: Shorewood High School Location: Shorewood, Wisconsin Voice Teacher: Roberta Ricci Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) MELISSA ALIOTTA Location: Rockville Centre, New York Watch Video ANDREW FELDMAN Location: Woodmere, New York Watch Video ALLIE JESSEE Location: Apex, North Carolina Watch Video ALLEGRA MILES Location: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Watch Video GRACE MOZITIS Location: Linwood, New Jersey Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place ALIYAH DOUGLAS School: Wilson K-8 School Location: Oro Valley, Arizona Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) HARRIET CHILTON School: La Colina Junior High School Location: Santa Barbara, California Voice Teacher: Dauri Kennedy Second Place (tie) NATALIE WILEY School: Thompson Middle School Location: St. Charles, Illinois Voice Teacher: Dawn Harkins Third Place (tie) MADELINE HOTHAM School: Rotolo Middle School Location: Batavia, Illinois Voice Teacher: Dawn Hawkins Third Place (tie) GRAYDON YOSOWITZ School: Friends Seminary Location: New York, New York Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo / Gulnara Mitzanova Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) GUILIANA BRUZZESE Location: Vorhees, New Jersey Watch Video SAVANA DORAME Location: Oro Valley, Arizona Watch Video PEYTON ELLA Location: Irvington, New York Watch Video BENJAMIN HARMON Location: Eagle River, Alaska Watch Video SHAYLA HE Location: Saratoga, California Watch Video ISABEL HERNANDEZ Location: Winnetka, Illinois Watch Video AVA JOLIE SAVINO Location: Moorestown, New Jersey Watch Video CASSIDY SCHERZ Location: Mount Laurel, New Jersey Watch Video ANDERSON ZOLL Location: Austin, Texas Watch Video Back To Top
Disney's Aristocats KIDS - Broadway Junior Menu LEARN MORE About Broadway Junior What Comes With the Showkit™? How to License a Broadway Junior Musical Order an Audio Sampler Frequently Asked Questions 60-Min.ute Musicals [JR.] 60-Minute Musicals Aladdin Jr. (Disney) Alice in Wonderland Jr. (Disney) Annie Jr. Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Disney) Bugsy Malone Jr. Children Of Eden Jr. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Dear Edwina Jr. Doctor Dolittle Jr. Elf The Musical Jr. Fame Jr. Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Finian's Rainbow Jr. Flat Stanley Jr. Frozen Jr. A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens Jr. (Magic Tree House) Godspell Jr. Guys and Dolls Jr. Hairspray Jr. High School Musical Jr. (Disney) High School Musical 2 Jr. (Disney) Honk! Jr. Into the Woods Jr. James and the Giant Peach Jr. (Roald Dahl) Junie B. 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Sherman, Al Rinker and Floyd Huddleston, Terry Gilkyson Music Adapted and Arranged and Additional music and Lyrics by Bryan Louiselle Book Adapted and Additional Lyrics by Michael Bernard Based on the 1970 Disney film "The Aristocats" Overview / Synopsis Madame's jealous butler, Edgar, cat-naps Duchess and her kittens and abandons them in the Parisian countryside. What's a cat to do? Luckily, Thomas O'Malley and his rag-tag bunch of Alley Cats come to their rescue! With a beloved Disney score, the feline adventure in The Aristocats KIDS is sure to get your audiences tapping their feet to its hip, jazzy beat. Audio Sampler - HL08746857 $10.00 ShowKit - HL09970776 $395.00 This ShowKit includes: 30 Student Scripts Piano/Vocal Score Director's Script Rehearsal/Accompaniment CD Choreography DVD 30 Family Matters Booklets 30-Minute KIDS Request Individual Components 09970777 - Piano/Vocal Score $40.00 09970783 - Director's Script $50.00 09970778 - Actor's Script $10.00 09970795 - Actor's Script 10-pak $75.00 09970790 - Rehearsal/Accompaniment CDs $75.00 09970792 - Choreography DVD $50.00 09970791 - Student Rehearsal CD $10.00 09970993 - Student Rehearsal CD 20 Pak $100.00 08746857 - Audio Sampler $10.00 Hear A Sample Prologue / The Aristocats [Alley Cats, Scat Cat, Duchess, Toulouse, Marie, Berlioz, Aristocats, Madame, All, Edgar] Scales and Arpeggios [Kittens, Aristocats, Duchess, Edgar, Roquefort] 'Night, Kittens [Edgar] Use Your Nose [Napoleon, Dogs] O'Malley Enters [O'Malley] Thomas O'Malley Cats [Groups, All, O'Malley, Alley Cats, Duchess] The Gabble Girls [Amelia, Abigail, O'Malley, Aristocats] Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat [Scat Cat, O'Malley, Wacky, Hep, Mad, Slick, Berlioz, Alley Cats, Toulouse, Marie, All] Back Home [Alley Cats] Cat Wash [Edgar] Roquefort to the Rescue [Roquefort, Aristocats] Somebody is Looking for a Cat [Alley Cats, Roquefort] Use Your Nose (Reprise) [Dogs] The Gabble Girls (Reprise) [Amelia, Abigail] The Butler Did It! / Finale [Aristocats, Edgar, Abigail, Amelia, Napoleon, Animals, Cats, Roquefort, Dogs, Geese] Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat (Reprise) [All, Audience] Thomas O'Malley Thomas O'Malley, an alley cat, is the charming and charismatic lead alley cat. He lives as a free spirit with no attachments but secretly desires to be part of a family. This role requires a strong actor, singer, and mover. He should also be comfortable flirting with the actress playing Duchess. When auditioning, mix and match your O'Malley and Duchess hopefuls into different pairs and look for the best chemistry. The success of the show largely hinges on the energy of this leading cat so cast your strongest performer in this role. Duchess Duchess is the elegant and nurturing mother of the Aristokittens. This leading role requires small group singing, but no solos, so cast your strongest actor and mover, rather than singer. Look for a mature actress who is able to convey a maternal figure. Try to audition Duchess hopefuls with O'Malleys and Aristokittens to see who works best together. Edgar Edgar is the villainous butler of Madame. He's allergic to the pampered Aristocats and secretly hates tending to them. This leading part requires one of your strongest and most mature performers with excellent acting and singing skills. Cast an actor who can portray a believable sneeze, possesses excellent comedic timing, and is unafraid to be mean. Toulouse and Berlioz Toulouse and Berlioz are Duchess's sons. Since these Aristokittens are in the majority of the scenes but require little solo singing, cast two of your stronger actors who can sing well. Toulouse yearns to be seen as tougher than he is and has a small singing solo, so cast accordingly. Berlioz a slightly smaller part than Toulouse and requires no solo singing. If possible, the Aristokittens should be physically smaller than Duchess. Marie Marie is the spirited and sassy daugher of Duchess. She is the youngest child and a charmer just like her mother. Since she's in the majority of the show and has a small singing solo, cast a stronger actor rather than singer. When auditioning, mix and match Aristokitten hopefuls into different trios to see who works best together. Roqueforts Roqueforts is the naive yet ultimately brave house mouse who overcomes his fears and saves the Aristokittens from Edgar. This role requires a strong singer and character actor who can believably play innocent and frightened. If possible, cast someone physically smaller than the Alley Cats to in order emphasize his vulnerability when confronting them. Roquefort can be played by either a girl or a boy. Madame Madame is the eccentric and kind human owner of the Aristocats who loves her pets more than anything else in the world. This small character role requires a good actor who possesses the maturity to play a maternal role. She should also be capable of delivering a short singing solo. Since Madame only appears at the beginning and end of the show, consider double casting her as an Alley Cat for the country section of the show. General Napoleon and Private Lafayette General Napoleon and Private Lafayette are two country dogs in a comedic power struggle throughout the show. Napoleon is the power-hungry leader and Lafayette the not-so-subservient private. These roles do not require solo singing, so cast based on acting and the ability to move like a dog. Since this comic duo feeds off of each other, cast actors who can work well together. If you have a small cast, consider double casting them as Alley Cats in the opening number and for "Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat." Napoleon and Lafayette can be played by either girls or boys. Vichy and Ssoise Vichy and Ssoise are two privates in the dog army who report to General Napoleon. These are smaller acting roles that require good movers and solid singing voices appropriate for small group singing. If you have a small cast, consider double casting them as Alley Cats in the opening number and for "Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat." Amelia and Abigail Amelia and Abigail are the two bold geese sisters who rescue O'Malley from the river and lead the way out of the country back to Paris. These comedic characters sing a duet (but no solos), so cast solid singers and actors. It's also important for Amelia and Abby to be able to move convincingly as geese. If you have a small cast, consider double casting them as Alley Cats in the opening number and for "Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat." Scat Cat Scat Cat is the jazzy leader of the Alley Cat narrators. He or she is ultra hip and enjoys introducing the Aristocats to jazz music. Scat Cat leads the song "Ev'rybody Want to Be a Cat" so cast a strong singer and smooth mover. When auditioning, look for a child that's willing to go over-the-top on both movement and acting improvisations. The more creative and able to perform outside the box, the better. Scat Cat can be played by either a girl or a boy. The Alley Cats The Alley Cats - Hep, Mad, Slick and Wacky although small acting parts, are the glue that holds The Aristocats KIDS together. These storytellers set up and comment on the action as well as execute the scene changes. These roles require actors with strong speaking voices who can focus onstage for long periods of time. They should also have good memories for the more complicated blocking of scene changes and transitions. Casting extra Alley Cats is a great way to use additional children you may have. Depending upon ability, they can take part in all or only some of the production numbers which call for the Alley Cats. Use some strong singers in these roles to help fill out the sound of the chorus.
Hal Leonard Vocal Competition - 2019 Winners THE 2019 HAL LEONARD VOCAL COMPETITION WINNERS Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher and the world leader in vocal music, launched the exciting and innovative concept of a serious music competition for voice students comprised entirely of YouTube video entries. We believe this to be the first legitimate music competition for musicians of various ages, children through college, to be held entirely on the Internet. The required repertoire was largely drawn from art song and musical theatre literature. The deadline for entry was February 2, 2019. Judging has been concluded, and we are pleased to announce the art song and musical theatre results in the four age categories of competition. Congratulations to the prize winners! We were encouraged by the commitment and seriousness of purpose shown in the video entries. If these are a representative sampling, there are clearly many dedicated students and teachers at all levels who have embraced our heritage of music literature. We thank all those who entered for confirming that this experimental venture was more than worthwhile. And we also thank the teachers and parents who guided the voice students in this competition. Thank you also to all the accompanists for their key participation. View the Winning Videos from our Previous Years Choose a Previous Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 ART SONG WINNERS College/University Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices MUSICAL THEATRE WINNERS Young Adult Voices High School Voices Early Teen Voices Children's Voices COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VOICES, ART SONG - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place Lindsey Reynolds School: Curtis Institute of Music Location: Philadelphia, PA Pianist: Susan Nowicki Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Second Place Ryan Hurley School: The Juilliard School Location: New York, NY Pianist: Amir Farid Voice Teacher: Edith Wiens Third Place (tie) Nicole Leung School: New England Conservatory Location: Boston, MA Pianist: Hanzheng Li Voice Teacher: Jane Eaglen Third Place (tie) Alexis Seminario School: Manhattan School of Music Location: New York, NY Pianist: Kanae Matsumoto Voice Teacher: Marlena Malas Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Evan Lazdowski School: Manhattan School of Music Watch Video Shayne Piles School: Missouri State University Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 16-18 First Place Callie Iliff School: Winberley High School Location: San Marcos, TX Pianist: Carlos Quesada Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Second Place (tie) Dalia Medovnikov School: Amity Regional High School Location: Woodbridge, CT Voice Teacher: Emily Olin Second Place (tie) Madelin Morales School: West Essex Regional High School Location: Fairfield, NJ Pianist: Shane Schag Voice Teacher: Jeanai LaVita Third Place (tie) Sam Dhobhany School: Edward R. Murrow High School Location: Brooklyn, NY Pianist: Kamal Khan Voice Teacher: Christine Moore Vassallo Third Place (tie) Madeleine Keane School: Divine Savior Holy Angels High School Location: Wauwatosa, WI Pianist: Martha Galvin Voice Teacher: Diane Lane Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Reed Gnepper Location: Cincinnati, OH Watch Video Ella Rescigno Location: Columbia, SC Watch Video Laura Stanell Location: Harleysville, PA Watch Video Nathan Schludecker Location: Terre Haute, IN Watch Video Molly Snodgrass Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Angelina Yi Location: Fort Lee, NJ Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 13-15 First Place Anna Zavelson Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Shaunna Shandro Second Place (tie) Aliyah Douglas Location: Oro Valley, AZ Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) Kinsey Neas Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Third Place (tie) Aida Skaraite Location: Lemont, IL Voice Teacher: Rachel Olson Third Place (tie) Nathan Weagraff Location: North Royalton, OH Voice Teacher: Susan Wallin Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Norah Bernstein Location: Charleston, SC Watch Video Harriet Chilton Location: Santa Barbara, CA Watch Video Hannah Cohen Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Watch Video Isabel Hernandez Location: Winnetka, IL Watch Video Lexi Lanni Location: Bristol, RI Watch Video Isabella Recktenwald Location: Louisville, KY Watch Video Leland Smith Location: Pleasanton, CA Watch Video Evelyn Voss Location: New Providence, NJ Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, ART SONG - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place Natalie Huzij Location: Colorado Springs, CO Voice Teacher: Amy Mushall Second Place (tie) Sarah Cohen Location: Cherry Hill, NJ Voice Teacher: Kristine Biller Second Place (tie) Roger Wang Location: Suwanee, GA Voice Teacher: Qian Li Third Place (tie) Greta Blau Location: Ladera Ranch, CA Voice Teacher: Megan Theodorou Third Place (tie) Bridget Lomax Location: Short Hills, NJ Voice Teacher: Rebecca Thompson-Galecki Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Carter Berger Location: Mentions Marietta, GA Watch Video Ciela Elliott Location: Chappaqua, NY Watch Video Logan Hoyt Location: Arlington, TX Watch Video Lauren Moutvic Location: Winnetka, IL Watch Video Kendall Sorenson Location: Armonk, NY Watch Video Lauren Yeobin Park Location: Englewood, NJ Watch Video YOUNG ADULT VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - Undergraduates (AGES 18-23) First Place David Young Location: Miami, FL Pianist: Amanda Hopson Second Place (tie) Abby Kurth Location: Lincoln, NE Pianist: Louis Claussen Second Place (tie) Laura Lydia Paruzynski Location: Stevens Point, WI Pianist: Kristin Stowell Third Place Rodd Farhadi Location: Los Angeles, CA Pianist: Daniel Stromfeld Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Chloe Hayes Location: Decatur, IL Pianist: Ron Maurey Watch Video Rachel Horner Location: New Brunswick, NJ Pianist: Kyle Buchanan Watch Video Evan Lazdowski Location: New York, NY Pianist: Shane Schag Watch Video Julianna Smith Location: College Park, MD Pianist: Shuai Wang Watch Video HIGH SCHOOL VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 16-18 First Place Saoirse Ryhn School: Cedar Ridge High School Location: Round Rock, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Second Place (tie) Amanda Fawell School: Framingham High School Location: Framingham, MA Pianist: James Hay Voice Teacher: Eva Kendrick Second Place (tie) Chloe Goodman School: Westwood High School Location: Westwood, MA Pianist: Linnea Bardarson Voice Teacher: Barbara Arboleda Third Place (tie) Samantha Adams School: Ironwood Ridge High School Location: Tucson, AZ Pianist: Amy Barker Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Third Place (tie) Abigail Storm School: Zach Performing Arts Academy Location: Austin, TX Voice Teacher: Michelle Haché Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Summer Beckman Location: Fountain Hills, AZ Watch Video Laura Carpenter Location: Nashville, TN Watch Video Samantha Evans Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Sydney Jones Location: Kirkwood, MO Watch Video Sadie Shea Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Nicole Sugarman Location: Coral Springs, FL Watch Video Addie Wisniewski Location: Medina, OH Watch Video EARLY TEEN VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 13-15 First Place Aliyah Douglas Location: Oro Valley, AZ Pianist: Melissa Johnson Voice Teacher: Stephanie Fox Second Place (tie) Nicole Jones Location: Alexandria, VA Pianist: Elisa Rosman Voice Teacher: Aimee Barnes Second Place (tie) Anna Zavelson Location: Austin, TX Pianist: Susan Finnigan Voice Teacher: Shaunna Shandro Third Place (tie) Reese Carter Location: Las Vegas, NV Pianist: Rhonda Carlson Voice Teacher: Rhonda Carlson Third Place (tie) Lexi Lanni Location: Bristol, RI Voice Teacher: Elizabeth Heath Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Marina Jansen Location: New Market, MD Watch Video Arnav Khare Location: Bothell, WA Watch Video Isabella Ruano Location: Riverview, FL Watch Video Emma Wallace Location: Austin, TX Watch Video Nathan Weagraff Location: North Royalton, OH Watch Video Natalie Wiley Location: St. Charles, IL Watch Video CHILDREN'S VOICES, MUSICAL THEATRE - AGES 12 AND UNDER First Place Alex Vacchiano Location: West Caldwell, NJ Pianist: David Shenton Voice Teacher: Jeanai La Vita Second Place (tie) Shayla He Location: Saratoga, CA Voice Teacher: Alison Collins Second Place (tie) Lauren Yeobin Park Location: Englewood, NJ Pianist: Glenn Gordan Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo and Liliana Sotirova Third Place (tie) Charlotte MacLeod Location: New York, NY Pianist: Gulnara Mitzanova Voice Teacher: Amelia DeMayo, Gulnara Mitzanova and Liliana Sotirova Third Place (tie) Steven Ricciardelli Location: Morristown, NJ Voice Teacher: Mariana Karpatova Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically) Elsa Dees Location: New York, NY Watch Video Winter Donnelly Location: New York, NY Watch Video Ciela Elliott Location: Chappaqua, NY Watch Video William Forbes Location: Mississauga, ON Watch Video Camryn Malo Location: Barrie, ON Watch Video Andrew Rickey Location: Voorhees, NJ Watch Video William Daniel Russell Location: Westwood, MA Watch Video Abby Springer Location: Mesa, AZ Watch Video Addison Valentino Location: Buchanan, NY Watch Video Katie Wylie Location: Franklin, MA Watch Video Brie Zimmer Location: New York, NY Watch Video Back To Top