Blame It on the Movies!
A celebration of the greatest music to come from the silver screen.
Show Essentials
8
Roles
G
Rated
2
Acts

Full Synopsis

Act One

The cast is sitting onstage in movie theatre seats watching a scene from Now Voyager. After the clip has ended, they face the audience and sing ("Music from the Movies"). Just what would the movies be without music? They'd be nothing, that's what! The rest of this revue shows us exactly what they mean.

The first section is a tribute to the 1940s, using such songs as "As Time Goes By" from Casablanca; "Aurora" from Hold That Ghost; "I Get the Neck of the Chicken" from Seven Days Leave; "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" from Orchestra Wives; "A Gal in Calico" from The Time, The Place, and the Girl; "I Said No" from Sweater Girl; "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancin' in a Hurry" from The Fleet's In; "In Love in Vain" from Centennial Summer; "Jungle Love" from Her Jungle Love; "Road to Morocco" from Road to Morocco; "Full Moon and an Empty Heart" from Beyond the Blue Horizon; "Dream" from Out of This World; "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet" from Broadway Rhythm; "The Fleet's In" from The Fleet's In; "The More I See You" from Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe; "I'll Buy That Dream" from Sing Your Way Home; "Shoo-Shoo Baby" from Follow the Boys; "You'll Never Know" from Hello, Frisco, Hello; "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" from Meet Me in St. Louis; and "Make Way for Tomorrow" from Make Way for Tomorrow.

Into the world of foreign films, the cast explores the music that we have loved for so many years. This is represented by "A Man and A Moon" from A Man and A Moon, which is danced for all the audience to enjoy.

Twentieth Century Fox wrote some of the best love songs ever, and they are clearly represented in this show. Songs included: "The Best of Everything" from The Best of Everything; "April Love" from April Love; "A Certain Smile" from A Certain Smile; "Ruby" from Ruby Gentry; "Laura " from Laura; "The Long, Hot Summer" from The Long, Hot Summer; "Affair to Remember" from An Affair to Remember; "Two for the Road" from Two For the Road; "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" from Love Is a Many Splendored Thing.

Act Two

The act opens to reveal the cast wearing 3-D glasses, and, in a medley, brief sections of the following songs are used: "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World," "Jaws Theme," "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Theme," "Psycho Theme," "Help," "Goldfinger," "What's New Pussycat?," "Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "Woody Woodpecker Song," "That's Amore" and "Maniac."

There are many famous songs that were recognized at the Academy Awards. What about all of the songs that lost the Oscar? Some of the best ever are presented here! They include: "Footloose" from Footloose; "Let's Hear It for the Boy" from Footloose; "Hi Lili, Hi Ho" from Lili; "Miss Celie's Blues" from The Color Purple; "It Might Be You" from Tootsie; "Walk on the Wild Side" from Walk on the Wild Side; "Town without Pity" from Town Without Pity; "Sadie Thompson's Blues" from Miss Sadie Thompson; "Something's Gotta Give" from Daddy Long Legs; "My Foolish Heart" from My Foolish Heart; "Ballad of Cat Ballou" from Cat Ballou; "On the Road Again" from Honeysuckle Rose; "Mule Train" from Singing Guns; "Blazing Saddle Theme" from Blazing Saddles; "Can You Read My Mind" from Superman; "I Will Wait For You" from The Umbrellas of Cherbourg; "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?" from Best Friends.

There is also a tribute to the Hollywood film score that creates a ballet from the music written for A Place in the Sun.

There certainly have been a lot of songs that got their start in the movies. The finale features even more songs that we know and love: "Eternally" from Limelight; "The Way We Were" from The Way We Were; "Alfie" from Alfie; "The Way You Look Tonight" from Swing Time; "All the Way" from The Joker Is Wild; "The Windmills of Your Mind" from The Thomas Crown Affair; and "You Stepped Out of Dream" from Ziegfield Girl.

All is completed with a reprise of "Music from the Movies."

Casting

Casting

Cast Size: Small (Up to 10 performers)
Cast Type: Ensemble Cast
Dance Requirements: Standard

Character Breakdown

Female #1
A soprano singer. Solo musical numbers include: "Affair to Remember," "Let's Hear it for the Boy," and "Can You Read My Mind?"
Gender: female
Age: 20 to 50
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: G3
Female #2
A singer. Solo musical numbers include: "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet," "The Long Hot Summer," "My Foolish Heart," and "It Was a Good Time."
Gender: female
Age: 20 to 50
Vocal range top: F5
Vocal range bottom: E3
Female #3
A singer and dancer with gymnastics skills. Solo musical numbers include: "I Get the Neck of the Chicken," "Hi Lili Hi Ho," and "Sadie Thompson's Blues."
Gender: female
Age: 25 to 45
Vocal range top: F5
Vocal range bottom: G3
Female #4
A soprano singer and dancer. Solo musical numbers include: "In Love in Vain," "Walk on the Wild Side," "The Windmills of Your Mind," and "April Love."
Gender: female
Age: 25 to 45
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: G3
Male #1
A singer, dancer, and physical comedian. Solo musical numbers include: "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo," "You'll Never Know," "Laura," and "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?"
Gender: male
Age: 25 to 45
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2
Male #2
A singer. Solo musical numbers include: "No Love, No Nothin,'" "A Certain Smile," "Town Without Pity," "On the Road Again," and "Blazing Saddles Theme."
Gender: male
Age: 20 to 50
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2
Male #3
A singer and dancer. Solo musical numbers include "A Gal in Calico" and "Ruby."
Gender: male
Age: 25 to 45
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2
Usherette
The narrator who works at a movie theater. A funny, charismatic woman who guides the audience through music of the movies she loves.
Gender: female
Age: 20 to 50
Vocal range top: G#5
Vocal range bottom: Ab3
Full Song List
Blame It On The Movies!: Act 2 Opening Montage
Blame It On The Movies!: Lost in the Movies
Blame It On The Movies!: Oscar Losers
Blame It On The Movies!: Hi Lili Hi Lo
Blame It On The Movies!: Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)
Blame It On The Movies!: It Might Be You
Blame It On The Movies!: Walk on the Wild Side
Blame It On The Movies!: A Town Without Pity
Blame It On The Movies!: Sadie Thompson's Blues
Blame It On The Movies!: Something's Gotta Give
Blame It On The Movies!: My Foolish Heart
Blame It On The Movies!: Cat Ballou
Blame It On The Movies!: Muletrain & Blazing Saddles
Blame It On The Movies!: Can You Read My Mind
Blame It On The Movies!: I Will Wait For You
Blame It On The Movies!: How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
Blame It On The Movies!: Music From the Movies
Blame It On The Movies!: It Was a Good Time
Blame It On The Movies!: Bows & Exit Music

Show History

Inspiration

With much talk about how a particular moment or scene in a movie can elicit an emotional and imaginative response and recall, the creators of Blame It on the Movies! felt that the same held true for many songs from films. A song not only takes you back to the movie and scene with which it is cinematically linked, but it takes you back to the moment in your life when you heard it for the first time as you watched, where you were in time and space and who you were with.  From this idea, Blame It on the Movies! was born.

Productions

The musical revue premiered in an open-ended run in January of 1988 at the Coast Playhouse in Los Angeles, where its hit status allowed for a long and successful run. The original cast included Bill Hutton, Barbara Sharma as the Usherette, Anne Marie Runolfsson and Michelle Nicastro.

Riding on the heels of its West Coast success, Blame It on the Movies! then premiered Off-Broadway in New York on May 16, 1989, at the Criterion Center/Stage Left. Hutton and Sharma reprised their roles.

Cultural Influence

  • In true Hollywood fashion, Blame It on the Movies! was so successful that it spawned a sequel, which premiered on October 2 1998, in Los Angeles

Trivia

  • Blame It on the Movies! was nominated for six Ovation Awards in 1998, including Best Musical (Large Stage).

Critical Reaction

"What Blame It on the Movies! delivers, above and beyond singing that is almost always exceptional, is an ever-moving diorama of characters and moods... every bit tops the preceding one.... They are majestic songs."
– Los Angeles Times

"Galligan masterfully sets up each tune within an emotion-stimulating context."
– Variety

"A perky new revue... a nearly sure-fire theatrical premise. Put seven singers and dancers on a set... hand them 40 years of mostly familiar film songs to perform, and somewhere along the way everyone will have at least one nostalgic button pushed."
– New York Times

"You will leave humming a tune... [It] succeeds as an act of musical preservation, which is surely to be applauded."
– Bohemian.com

Los Angeles Ovation Award

1998 - Leading Actress In A Musical, Nominee (Cindy Benson)
1998 - Featured Actress In A Musical, Nominee (Christine Kellogg)
1998 - Outstanding Choreography, Nominee (Yehuda Hyman)
1998 - Best Musical, Nominee (Blame it on the Movies)
1998 - Best Direction Of A Musical, Nominee (David Galligan)
1998 - Leading Actor In A Musical, Nominee (David Engel)

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You must give the authors/creators billing credits, as specified in the Production Contract, in a conspicuous manner on the first page of credits in all programs and on houseboards, displays and in all other advertising announcements of any kind.
Percentages listed indicate required type size in relation to title size.
BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES!
(100%)
 
THE REEL MUSIC OF HOLLYWOOD
(75%)
 
Musical sequences compiled and conceived by
RON ABEL, BILLY BARNES and DAVID GALLIGAN
(50%)
 
Original Music and Lyrics by
BILLY BARNES
(50%)
 
Musical Direction and Arrangements by
RON ABEL
(50%)
 
As an integral part of this license, licensee further agrees to insert in each program of the Play, the following credit line exactly as listed for each of the following compositions:
ACT ONE
 
AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER
("An Affair to Remember," 1957, Fox)
Music: Harry Warren. Lyrics: Harold Adamson, Leo McCarey. (P)
 

APRIL LOVE
("April Love," 1957, Fox)
Music: Sammy Fain. Lyrics: Paul Francis Webster. (P)
 

ARTHUR MURRAY TAUGHT ME DANCING IN A HURRY
("The Fleet's In,"1942, Paramount)
Music: Victor Schertzinger. Lyrics: Johnny Mercer. (H)
 

AS TIME GOES BY
("Casablanca," 1942, Warner Bros.)
Music & Lyrics: Herman Hupfeld. (Y)
 

AURORA
("Hold That Ghost," 1941, Universal)
Music: Mario Lago, Roberto Roberti. Lyrics: Harold Adamson. (S)
 

THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
("The Best of Everything," 1959, Fox)
Music: Alfred Newman. Lyrics: Sammy Cahn. (Q)
 

A CERTAIN SMILE
("A Certain Smile," 1958, Fox)
Music: Sammy Fain. Lyrics: Paul Francis Webster. (Q)
 

DREAM
("Out of the World," 1945, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Johnny Mercer. (Y)
 

THE FLEET'S IN
("The Fleet's In," 1942, Paramount)
Music: Victor Schertzinger. Lyrics: Johnny Mercer. (H)
 

FULL MOON AND AN EMPTY HEART
("Beyond the Blue Horizon," 1942, Paramount)
Music: Harry Revel. Lyrics: Mort Greene. (H)
 

A GAL IN CALICO
("The Time, the Place and the Girl," 1946, Warner Bros.)
Music: Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics: Leo Robin. (Y)
 

HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS
("Meet Me in St. Louis," 1944, MGM)
Music & Lyrics: Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane. (P)
 

I GET THE NECK OF THE CHICKEN
("Seven Days' Leave," 1942, RKO)
Music: Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics: Frank Loesser. (W)
 

I SAID NO
("Sweater Girl," 1942, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Frank Loesser, Jule Styne. (H)
 

I'LL BUY THAT DREAM
("Sing Your Way Home," 1945, RKO)
Music: Allie Wrubel. Lyrics: Herb Magidson. (I)
 

IN LOVE IN VAIN
("Centennial Summer," 1946, Fox)
Music: Jerome Kern. Lyrics: Leo Robin. (N,X)
 

IT ONLY HAPPENS WHEN I DANCE WITH YOU
("Easter Parade," 1947, MGM)
Music & Lyrics: Irving Berlin. (D)
 

I'VE GOT A GAL IN KALAMAZOO
("Orchestra Wives," 1942, Fox)
Music: Henry Warren. Lyrics: Mack Gordon. (Y)
 

JUNGLE LOVE
("Her Jungle Love," 1938, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger. (H)
 

LAURA
("Laura," 1944, Fox)
Music: David Raksin. Lyrics: Johnny Mercer. (S)
 

THE LONG HOT SUMMER
("The Long Hot Summer," 1958, Fox)
Music: Alex North. Lyrics: Sammy Cahn. (P)
 

LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING
("Love Is a Many Splendored Thing," 1955 Fox)
Music: Sammy Fain. Lyrics: Paul Francis Webster. (Q)
 

MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW
("Make Way for Tomorrow," 1937, Paramount)
Music: Leo Robin. Lyrics: Sam Coslow, Jean Schwartz. (H)
 

A MAN AND A WOMAN
("A Man and a Woman," 1966, United Atists)
Music: Francis Lai. Lyrics: Pierre Barouch. (K)
 

MILKMAN, KEEP THOSE BOTTLES QUIET
("Broadway Rhythm," 1944, MGM)
Music and Lyrics: Don Raye, Gene DePaul. (P)
 

THE MORE I SEE YOU
("Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe," 1945, Fox)
Music: Harry Warren. Lyrics: Mack Gordon. (Y)
 

NO LOVE, NO NOTHIN'
("The Gang's All Here," 1943, Warner Bros.)
Music: Harry Warren. Lyrics: Leo Robin. (Y)
 

NOW VOYAGER THEME (IT CAN'T BE WRONG)
("Now Voyager," 1942, Warner Bros.)
Music: Max Steiner. (Y)
 

THE ROAD TO MOROCCO
("The Road to Morocco," 1942, Paramount)
Music: James Van Heussen. Lyrics: Johnny Burke. (H)
 

RUBY
("Ruby Gentry," 1952, Fox)
Music: Heinz Roemheld. Lyrics: Mitchell Parish. (Q)
 

THE SECOND TIME AROUND
("High Time," 1960, Fox)
Music: James Van Heusen. Lyrics: Sammy Cahn. (Q)
 

SHOO-SHOO BABY
("Follow the Boys," 1944, Universal)
Music & Lyrics: Phil Moore. (K)
 

TWO FOR THE ROAD
("Two for the Road," 1967, Fox)
Music: Henry Mancini. Lyrics: Leslie Bricusse. (B)
 

YOU'LL NEVER KNOW ("Hello, Frisco, Hello," 1943, Fox)
Music: Henry Warren. Lyrics: Mack Gordon. (Y)
 

All songs used by permission and administrated by the following publishers.
(A) Arista Music, Inc.
(B) Arista/SBK
(C) Bourne Co. Music Publishing
(D) Irving Berlin Music
(E) Bullseye Music, Inc.
(F) Colgems/EMI Music, Inc.
(G) Columbia Pictures Music, Inc.
(H) Famous Music Corp.
(I) Frank Music Corp.
(J) Maraville Music Corp.
(K) MCA Music Publishing
(L) MCA/SBK
(M) Willie Nelson Music
(N) Polygram Intl. Publishing, Inc.
(O) Songs of Polygram Intl. Publ, Inc.
(P) SBK Ent. World-Feist Catalogue
(Q) SBK Ent. World-Miller Catalogue
(R) SBK Ent. World-Maclin
(S) SBK Ent. World-Robbins Catalogue
(T) SBK Ent. World-U Catalogue
(U) SBK Ent. World-Unart Catalogue
(V) Shapiro-Bernstein & Co.
(W) Southern Music Corp.
(X) T.B. Harms Co./Kerns Music
(Y) Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
(Z) Ensign Music
(AA) Famous/Milkmoney/Ensign Music
 

ACT TWO
 
ALFIE
("Alfie," 1966, Paramount)
Music: Burt Bacharach. Lyrics: Hal David. (H)
 

ALL THE WAY
("The Joker Is Wild," 1957, Paramount)
Music: James Van Heusen. Lyrics: Sammy Cahn. (J)
 

THE BALLAD OF CAT BALLOU
("Cat Ballou," 1965, Columbia)
Music: Jerry Livingston. Lyrics: Mack David (F)
 

BLAZING SADDLES THEME
("Blazing Saddles," 1974, Warner Bros.)
Music: John Morris. Lyrics: Mel Brooks. (Y)
 

BLUE PACIFIC BLUES
("Miss Sadie Thompson," 1953, Columbia)
Music: Lester Lee. Lyrics: Ned Washington. (G)
 

CAN YOU READ MY MIND
("Superman," 1978, Warner Bros.)
Music: John Williams. Lyrics: Leslie Bricusse. (Y)
 

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
("Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," 1968, United Artists)
Music & Lyrics: Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman. (U)
 

DING DONG THE WITCH IS DEAD
("The Wizard of Oz," 1939, MGM)
Music: Harold Arlen. Lyrics: E.Y. Harburg. (P)
 

ETERNALLY (LOVE THEME)
("Limelight," 1952, United Artists)
Music: Charles Chaplin. Lyrics: Geoffrey Parsons. (C)
 

FOOTLOOSE
("Footloose," 1984, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Kenny Loggins, Dean Pitchford. (AA)
 

GOLDFINGER
("Goldfinger," 1964, United Artists)
Music: John Barry. Lyrics: Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley. (U)
 

GONE WITH THE WIND THEME
("Gone with the Wind," 1939, MGM)
Music: Max Steiner. (Y)
 

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY THEME
("The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," 1967, United Artists)
Music: Ennio Morricone. (U)
 

HELP!
("Help!," 1965, United Artists)
Music & Lyrics: John Lennon, Paul McCartney. (R)
 

HI LILI HI LO
("Lili," 1953, MGM)
Music: Bronislau Kaper. Lyrics: Helen Deutsch. (S)
 

HOW DO WE KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING
("Best Friends," 1982, Warner Bros.)
Music: Michel Legrand. Lyrics: Alan & Marilyn Bergman. (Y)
 

I WILL WAIT FOR YOU
("The Umbrellas of Cherbourg," 1965)
Music: Michel Legrand. Lyrics: Jacques Demy. (O)
 

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD
("It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," 1963, United Artists)
Music: Ernest Gold. Lyrics: Mack David. (T)
 

IT WAS A GOOD TIME
("Ryan's Daughter," 1970, MGM)
Music: Maurice Jarre. Lyrics: Mack David, Mike Curb. (T)
 

JAWS THEME
("Jaws," 1975, Universal)
Music: John Williams. (K)
 

LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOY
("Footloose," 1984, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Tom Snow, Dean Pitchford. (Z)
 

MANIAC
("Flashdance," 1983, Paramount)
Music & Lyrics: Michael Sembrello, Dennis Matkosky. (Y)
 

MIDNIGHT EXPRESS THEME
("Midnight Express," 1978, Columbia)
Music: Giorgio Moroder. (G)
 

MISS CELIE'S BLUES (SISTER)
("The Color Purple," 1985, Warner Bros.)
Music: Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton. Lyrics: Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton, Lionel Ritchie. (Y)
 
MULE TRAIN
("Singing Guns," 1950, Republic)
Music & Lyrics: Fred Glickman, Hy Heath, Johnny Lange. (E)
 

MY FOOLISH HEART
("My Foolish Heart," 1949, Goldwyn)
Music: Victor Young. Lyrics: Ned Washington. (Y)
 

ON THE ROAD AGAIN
("Honeysuckle Rose," 1979, Columbia)
Music & Lyrics: Willie Nelson. (M)
 

THE PINK PANTHER THEME
("The Pink Panther," 1964, United Artists)
Music: Henry Mancini. (B)
 

A PLACE IN THE SUN
("A Place in the Sun," 1951, Paramount)
Music: Franz Waxman. (H)
 

PSYCHO THEME
("Psycho," 1960, Universal)
Music: Bernard Herrmann. (H)
 

ROCKY THEME (GONNA FLY NOW)
("Rocky," 1976, United Artists)
Music: Bill Conti. Lyrics: Carol Connors, Ayn Robbins. (P)
 

SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE
("Daddy Long Legs," 1955, Fox)
Music & Lyrics: Johnny Mercer. (Y)
 

SPARTACUS LOVE THEME
("Spartacus," 1960, Universal)
Music: Alex North. (K)
 

THAT'S AMORE
("The Caddy," 1953, Paramount)
Music: Harry Warren. Lyrics: Jack Brooks. (H)
 

TOWN WITHOUT PITY
("Town Without Pity," 1961, United Artists)
Music: Dimitri Tiomkin. Lyrics: Ned Washington. (T)
 

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
("Walk on the Wild Side," 1962, Columbia)
Music: Elmer Bernstein. Lyrics: Mack David. (V)
 

THE WAY WE WERE
("The Way We Were," 1973, Columbia)
Music: Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics: Alan & Marilyn Bergman. (F)
 

THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT
("Swing Time," 1936, RKO)
Music: Jerome Kern. Lyrics: Dorothy Fields. (N,X)
 

WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?
("What's New Pussycat?" 1965, United Artists)
Music: Burt Bacharach. Lyrics: Hal David. (T)
 

THE WINDMILLS OF YOUR MIND
("The Thomas Crown Affair," 1968, United Artists)
Music: Michel Legrand. Lyrics: Alan & Marilyn Bergman. (T)
 

THE WOODY WOODPECKER SONG
("Wet Blanket Policy," 1948, UnitedArtists)
Music & Lyrics: Ramey Idriss, George Tibbles. (K)
 

YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM
("Ziegfeld Girl," 1941, MGM)
Music: Nacio Herb Brown. Lyrics: Gus Kahn. (P)
 
All songs used by permission and administrated by the following publishers.
(A) Arista Music, Inc.
(B) Arista/SBK
(C) Bourne Co. Music Publishing
(D) Irving Berlin Music
(E) Bullseye Music, Inc.
(F) Colgems/EMI Music, Inc.
(G) Columbia Pictures Music, Inc.
(H) Famous Music Corp.
(I) Frank Music Corp.
(J) Maraville Music Corp.
(K) MCA Music Publishing
(L) MCA/SBK
(M) Willie Nelson Music
(N) Polygram Intl. Publishing, Inc.
(O) Songs of Polygram Intl. Publ, Inc.
(P) SBK Ent. World-Feist Catalogue
(Q) SBK Ent. World-Miller Catalogue
(R) SBK Ent. World-Maclin
(S) SBK Ent. World-Robbins Catalogue
(T) SBK Ent. World-U Catalogue
(U) SBK Ent. World-Unart Catalogue
(V) Shapiro-Bernstein & Co.
(W) Southern Music Corp.
(X) T.B. Harms Co./Kerns Music
(Y) Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
(Z) Ensign Music
(AA) Famous/Milkmoney/Ensign Music
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LIBRETTO/VOCAL BOOK10
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HOW DOES THE SHOW GO ON-10/CS
HOW DOES THE SHOW GO ON?
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STANDARD ORCHESTRATION

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DRUMSCONGA , COWBELL , TRIANGLE , TYMPANI , WIND CHIMES , WOOD BLOCK
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