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From Berlin To Broadway

By Kurt Weill

Guitar, Piano/Keyboard, Vocal - Difficulty: medium
Composed by Kurt Weill (1900-1950). P/V/G Composer Collection. 20th Century and Broadway. Collection. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names, introductory text and black & white photos. 128 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.308562).

Item Number: HL.308562

ISBN 9780881883336. 9x12 inches.

A fabulous collection of this composer's songs, both from his German period and his later years in America. Features: Mack the Knife * September Song * My Ship * Speak Low * Lost in the Stars * many more.

  • A Boy Like You  From 'Street Scene', Eb Major
  • Alabama Song  From 'The Rise & Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny', C Major
  • Bilbao Song  From 'Happy End', Eb Major
  • Green-Up Time  From 'Love Life', G Major
  • Here I'll Stay  From 'Love Life', Bb Major
  • It Never Was You  From 'Knickerbocker Holiday', F Major
  • Listen To My Song  From 'Johnny Johnson', Eb Major
  • The Little Gray House  From 'Lost In The Stars', Db Major
  • Lost In The Stars  From 'Lost In The Stars', G Major
  • Love Song  From 'Love Life', C Major
  • Mack the Knife  From 'Threepenny Opera', C Major
  • Mon Ami, My Friend  From 'Johnny Johnson', D Major
  • My Ship  From 'Lady In The Dark', F Major
  • The Saga Of Jenny  From 'Lady In The Dark', F Major
  • September Song  From 'Knickerbocker Holiday', Bb Major
  • Sing Me Not A Ballad  From 'The Firebrand Of Venice', Eb Major
  • Speak Low  From 'One Touch Of Venus', F Major
  • Stay Well  From 'Lost In The Stars', Eb Major
  • Surabaya Johnny  From 'Happy End', C Minor
  • Susan's Dream  From 'Love Life', F Major
  • There's Nowhere To Go But Up  From 'Knickerbocker Holiday', F Major
  • This Is New  From 'Lady In The Dark', Ab Major
  • Trouble Man  From 'Lost In The Stars', F# Minor
  • What Good Would The Moon Be?  From 'Street Scene', Eb Major
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

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  • September 05, 2018 Wonderful Weill

    A great collection of Weill material with clear notation.

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    Claus Curdt-Christiansen
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  • February 20, 2009 Brecht in English

    This selection of Weill songs, partly from his German, partly from his American period, is biased towards the American songs, and in addition, the few German (Brecht)songs are translated into English WITHOUT THE GERMAN ORIGINAL text so they are of little use for a singer. If you are looking...

    for some good Weill songs and not any particular song, a much better edition is The Unknown Weill. Paper and print are both excellent.

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