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Songs Of Charles Strouse

Status: Usually despatched within 10 - 12 working days

Department: Piano, Keyboard & Organ - Piano/Vocal/Guitar

Publisher: Hal Leonard

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Since the 1950s, Charles Strouse has composed the scores to some of Broadway's most successful and enduring musicals, in addition to several well-known movie scores, concert music and operas.

A true crossover artist with strong classical roots, Strouse is a three-time Tony Award winner, honored for his first Broadway classic Bye Bye Birdie (1960), Applause (1970) and Annie (1977). He also won an Emmy Award in 1996 for outstanding individual achievement in music and lyrics.

A recipient of the coveted ASCAP Richard Rodgers Award for his achievement in musical theater, Strouse also has been honored by the American Theater Wing and elected to the Theater Hall of Fame.

This collection presents 49 of his songs arranged for piano and voice with guitar chord frames.

Also features a fascinating article about Strouse's career, with photos.

Contents and Reviews


A Broadway Musical A Dancin' Man A Lot Of Livin' To Do Applause Baby, You Can Count On Me Blame It On The Summer Night Born Too Late But Alive Bye Bye Birdie Children Of The Wind Da-da, Da-da, Da, Da! Dance A Little Closer Follow The Way Of The Lord For A Song To Be Beautiful I Can't Stop Dancin' I Don't Need Anything But You I Never Want To See You Again I Want To Be With You It Would Have Been Wonderful It's The Hard-knock Life It's Time For You Kids! Let's Make Music Together Let's Settle Down Look On The Bright Side Look Who's Alone Now Lorna's Here Love Married Life Maybe My Star N.Y.C. No Man Is Worth It Once Upon A Time One Boy (Girl) Pals Put On A Happy Face Saturday Night Girl Smashing, New York Times There's Always One You Can't Forget There's Never Been Anything Like Us This Is The Life Those Were The Days Tomorrow Wanting What Am I Gonna Do Without You? Whatever Time There Is When You Smile You've Got Possibilities