Songs From Musical Theatre
     
Do you Hear the People Sing  

 

One of the most recognisable songs ever performed in the West End, and most peoples favourite from Les Miserables.  In the musical, with a chorus of 20 the volume is incredible. Wait till you hear our version with double that number.     

     
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again  

 

An emotional and riveting piece of music from Phantom of the Opera. The original version was written for a solo female (Sarah Brightman)  Our version, suitable for a 4 part male voice choir was written by Robin Cheer.

 

     
Phantom of the Opera   The signature tune from the musical of the same name.
     
Some Enchanted Evening    Who can forget the character of Emile de Becque from the musical South Pacific and his rendition of this song, which became the biggest selling song ever, from a Rogers and Hammerstein musical.
     
There is Nothing Like a Dame    The big chorus number from South pacific.
     
Camelot    Chirpy signature tune from the musical of the same name.
     
Entrance & March of the Peers    A swaggering, satirical and totally irreverent chorus in typical Gilbert & Sullivan style, from Iolanthe.
     
The Ghosts High Noon    A scary, hair on back of neck, offering from Gilbert & Sullivan. Composed for the  Operetta , Ruddigore.
     
Seventy Six Trombones    "Seventy Six Trombones" is the signature tune from the  1957 musical The Music Man. It is a piece commonly played by marching and military bands
     
The Rose    Recorded by countless artists, but immortalised by Bette Midler, who recorded it as part of the soundtrack of the 1959 film of the same name.
     
Stout Hearted Men    Composed for the 1927 musical The New Moon, but made famous by Barbara Streisand who recorded the song in 1967 and who still performs it regularly.
     
A British Tar  

 A typically jaunty song from the Gilbert & Sullivan operetta HMS Pinafore

 

     
Standing On The Corner   Although released as a single by innumerable artists over the years, the song was actually written for a musical The Most Happy Fella in 1956
Bring Him Home  

 

Haunting melody from Les Miserables.

 

 There's a Coach Coming In.    A rousing chorus from the rumbustious musical Paint Your Waggon.