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The Wizard Of Oz 70th Anniversary Deluxe Songbook Piano Vocal Chords Book S98
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The Wizard of Oz: 70th Anniversary Deluxe Songbook features all of the classic songs by E.Y. "Yip" Harburg and Harold Arlen. Also included are the never-before published "character themes" by Academy-Award winning composer Herbert Stothart, the complete "Munchkinland Musical Sequence," and the song "The Jitterbug" which was cut from the original film.
Utilizing rare M-G-M studio manuscripts and the original motion picture soundtrack, each song is presented in its original key. As a bonus, this unique collector's item includes two songs from the 1903 Broadway musical production of The Wizard of Oz, with lyrics by original Oz author L. Frank Baum.
These songs have not been published in over a century. The songbook also contains dozens of original production stills and publicity photos, an essay on the story behind the songs and score, and biographies of the composers.

Contents:
The Jitterbug
The Merry Old Land Of Oz
If I Were King Of The Forest
If I Only Had A Brain
We're Off To See The Wizard
Over The Rainbow
If I Only Had A Heart
If I Only Had The Nerve
(You're Out Of The Woods) Optimistic Voices
Come Out, Come Out (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
It Really Was No Miracle (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
As Mayor Of The Munchkin City (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
As Coroner, I Must Aver (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
The Lullaby League (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
The Lollipop Guild (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
We Welcome You To Munchkinland (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
Follow The Yellow Brick Road/You're Off To See The Wizard (Munchkinland Musical Sequence)
Wizard Of Oz Character Themes
When We Get What's A'Comin' To Us (1903 Broadway Musical Comedy The Wizard Of Oz) [Baum, Lyman Frank] [Tietjens, Paul]
Poppy Song (1903 Broadway Musical Comedy The Wizard Of Oz) [Baum, Lyman Frank] [Tietjens, Paul]
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The Wizard of Oz: 70th Anniversary Deluxe Songbook features all of the classic songs by E.Y. "Yip" Harburg and Harold Arlen. Also included are the never-before published "character themes" by Academy-Award winning composer Herbert Stothart, the complete "Munchkinland Musical Sequence," and the song "The Jitterbug" which was cut from the original film. Utilizing rare M-G-M studio manuscripts and the original motion picture soundtrack, each song is presented in its original key. As a bonus, this unique collector's item includes two songs from the 1903 Broadway musical production of The Wizard of Oz, with lyrics by original Oz author L. Frank Baum. These songs have not been published in over a century. The songbook also contains dozens of original production stills and publicity photos, an essay on the story behind the songs and score, and biographies of the composers. Contents: The Jitterbug The Merry Old Land Of Oz If I Were King Of The Forest If I Only Had A Brain We're Off To See The Wizard Over The Rainbow If I Only Had A Heart If I Only Had The Nerve (You're Out Of The Woods) Optimistic Voices Come Out, Come Out (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) It Really Was No Miracle (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) As Mayor Of The Munchkin City (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) As Coroner, I Must Aver (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) The Lullaby League (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) The Lollipop Guild (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) We Welcome You To Munchkinland (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) Follow The Yellow Brick Road/You're Off To See The Wizard (Munchkinland Musical Sequence) Wizard Of Oz Character Themes When We Get What's A'Comin' To Us (1903 Broadway Musical Comedy The Wizard Of Oz) [Baum, Lyman Frank] [Tietjens, Paul] Poppy Song (1903 Broadway Musical Comedy The Wizard Of Oz) [Baum, Lyman Frank] [Tietjens, Paul]
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