|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.|