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Musical medleys

Any good ones

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#1 Latin pianist

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Posted 14 August 2021 - 07:34

The choir I play for really enjoys singing a medley of Les Miserables. It works really well. We could do with another medley. We tried Oklahoma but it wasn’t as good. I’ve found a Sound of Music one and a Phantom of the opera one online but you have to buy 8 copies and I’ve no idea if they’re any good. Does anyone have experience of these or any others. It’s SATB by the way.

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Posted 19 September 2021 - 20:49

I haven't experience of many but I would assume Ed Lojeski's other arrangements are ok. There's a Rogers and Hammerstein which is ok and a West Side Story which I have but have not sung. There are many others available but I don't know where you get the "have to buy 8 copies" from; I searched one of my regular music shops and you can order single copies although there are small discounts for buying multiples of 10. Now idea how good your library is for choir set hire but some do have sets (Lancashire has several) 

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