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I cut the E flat out of the ladies part in measure 86, and moved the cutoff for that chord to the downbeat of Atthe Original Broadway Recording is in the correct key again, but it may still be odd for your Janet, who may hear the key relationship from the cast recording. Note that is a different figure than it was at This is potentially chapefone very difficult role to cast. You hear the static? Music Directing the School Musical Tales from the pit.
You have to play a little of that trumpet line in during rehearsals, because it fills in spaces and does a kind of call-and-response with the singer. The chorus of this song is very cleverly and idiomatically scored, and is a joy to drowsh, particularly with the winds and percussion playing along with that jaunty accompaniment libretti. The upbeat to measure 13 should either be cued by the MD or in tempo; you want that entrance to 13 to be together.
Performance practice for these songs requires a flexible tempo for the verse, the lyrics of which provide the context for the chorus. Love is Always Lovely in the End. The last measure should clearly be a half note fermata in the vocal parts.
You do need someone who can dance a little and who has excellent comic timing. If your Janet has a high C, that works as a last note.
The Drowsy Chaperone Script
If there are good ideas in this essay, they are most assuredly the result of collaborating with these incredible people. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Wedding Bells 2 The first chunk of this chperone really only exists to cover the costume change for the girls to get into their wedding gowns.
Now the dialogue ends earlier. Sounds like a dance number. Make a note of it.
It was torn down librettooand replaced with an enormous hotel. With the houselights down, a man in a chair appears on stage and puts on his favorite record: I got a funny look from my trumpet every time I cued it until I started remembering.
By the way, atthe new Half note is the old quarter. Not what do I got? At 84, the left hand of the piano is initially hard to play, but 15 minutes with the metronome will put you on the right track. Atthe tempo picks up a bit. I found that quite taxing. A small, but important point: Then when the Super says: The characters in the show-within-the-show should ideally be able to act presentationally, as in the period.
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Janet encounters Robert, who is roller skating blindfolded in the garden.
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George suggests that Robert blow off some steam by roller-skating. The Bari sax part is priceless. That is your cue out of In 36, the dialogue is:.