Item description for Street Scene: Vocal Score by Kurt Weill...
Songs include: A Boy Like You; Ain't It Awful, The Heat?; Catch Me If You Can; Don't Forget The Lilac Bush; Get A Load Of That (K.Weill); I Got A Marble And A Star; I Loved Her Too; Ice Cream Sextet (Weill K); Let Things Be Like The Always Wa; Lonely House; Lullaby (Scott); Moon-Faced, Starry-Eyed; Remember That I Care; Somehow I Never Could Believe; There'll Be Trouble (K.Weill); We'll Go Away Together; What Good Would The Moon Be?; When A Woman Has A Baby; Woman Who Lived Up There, The; Wouldn't You Like To Be On Broadway; Wrapped In A Ribbon & Tied-Bow.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12" Width: 9.03" Height: 0.79" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1981
ISBN 0881880523 ISBN13 9780881880526 UPC 073999124057
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More About Kurt Weill
Lys Symonette began her collaboration with Weill and Lenya in 1945 as Weill's musical assistant on Broadway. After Weill's death, she was Lenya's accompanist and musical adviser and now serves as Musical Executive of the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music in New York. Kim H. Kowalke is Professor of Musicology at the University of Rochester and President of the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music. He has edited two collections of essays about Weill and authored numerous essays on twentieth-century music and theater.