Happy Talk (Loretta Ables Sayre-Andrew Samonsky-Li Jun Li)

SOUTH PACIFIC Rodgers and Hammerstein Happy Talk Loretta Ables Sayre (Bloody Mary) Andrew Samonsky (Lt. Joseph Cable) Li Jun Li (Liat) Director musical: Ted Sperling Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center Telecast live 19 d’agost de 2010

Download sheet music pdf: Happy Talk (from South Pacific) (Richard Rodgers)

Happy Talk from South Pacific-1949 Score on Columbia.

Originally on Columbia Masterworks Record# ML 4180 (green label) from 1949. This is from ahomemade CD-R. Composer’s: Richard Rodgers. Lyricist’s: Oscar Hammerstein II. Conductor’s: Salvatore Dell’Isola, & Lehman Engel. Orchestra’s: Al Goodman Orchestra, Lehman Engel Orchestra, Original Broadway Cast Orch., & Percy Faith Orchestra. Ensemble’s: Eadie and Rack Piano Duo. Choir’s: Guild Choristers, Original Broadway Cast Chorus. Artist’s: Sandra Deel, Dickinson Eastham, Juanita Hall, Barbara Luna, Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, William Tabbert.

What are some good songs to sing at a nursing home? 4/5 people. 2 male basses, 2 female sopranos, 1 female alto. I would prefer mostly solos, but a duet or two, and even a song we can all sing together would be good. Musicals, classical, etc. Please help. 🙂

Download sheet music pdf: Happy Talk (from South Pacific) (Richard Rodgers)

Oldies. Stuff the residents remember from their youth. Broadway tunes from the 40s or 50s. Big band or swing.

Elvis—The girl I never loved They remind me too much of you I’m falling in love tonight Please don’t stop loving me Can’t help falling in love(any other song by him)Simon & Garfunkel—Sounds of silenceI am a rockHomeward boundCeciliaGirl from Ipanema–Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz Jeepers Creepers—Frank SinatraIt was a very good year—Frank SinatraMack the knife—Frank SinatraSkylark-Mel TormeMoon River—Breakfast at TiffanyChattanooga Choo Choo—Sun Valley SerenadeCall me irresponsible—Papa’s Delicate ConditionRaindrops keep falling on my head—Butch Cassidy & the Sundance KidTalk to the animals—Dr. DoolittleI’ve grown accustomed to her face—My Fair LadyIf Ever I would leave you—CamelotIf I was a rich man—Fiddler on the roofOl’ Man River—Show BoatSome Enchanted Evening—South PacificSunrise, Sunset—Fiddler on the RoofThis nearly was mine—South PacificYounger than springtime—South PacificI talk to the trees—Paint your wagonI still see Elisa—Paint your wagonWandering star—Paint your WagonGold fever—Paint your wagonThey call the wind Maria—Paint your wagonAmazing Journey—TommySee me, Feel me—TommyI’m free—TommyPinball wizard—TommySandy—GreasePure Imagination—Willy WonkaCandy man—Willy WonkaGolden Ticket—Willy WonkaCarpenters—Sing Top of the world Superstar Rainy days and Mondays Close to youFor all we knowI just fall in love againOnly YesterdayI won’t last a day without youThis MasqueradeWhen I fall in loveYesterday once moreHurting each otherYou’re the oneElla Fitzgerald–A tisket a tasketHow high the moonThe man I loveDream a little dreamMore than you knowAcid queen–TommySmash the mirror–TommyIf I loved you—Carousel Love Changes everything—Aspects of loveMaking Whoopee (Whoopee & Fabulous Baker Boys)My Funny Valentine (Babes in arms & Fabulous Baker Boys)Que Sera Sera (whatever will be will be)—Doris Day (The Man who know too much)Getting to know you—The King and IHello, Young lovers—The King and II could have danced all night—My Fair LadyI dreamed a dream—Les MiserablesSummertime—Porgy & BessBali Hai—South PacificHappy Talk—South PacificGonna wash that man right out of my hair—South PacificChildren will listen—Into the woodsCastle on a cloud—Les MiserablesThere are worse things I could do—GreaseHopelessly devoted to you—GreaseIt’s raining on prom night–GreaseI’d give my life for you—Miss SaigonWhatever Lola Wants—Sarah VaughnSave the best for last—Vanessa WilliamsAccentuate the postitive—Andrews SistersEmbraceable you—Billie HolidayStormy weather—Billie HolidayNice work if you can get it—Billie HolidayTen cents a dance—Ruth EttingHoneysuckle rose—Anita O’DayStop the wedding—Etta JamesFemale/female duetsWhen you believe—Mariah Carey & Whitney HoustonTell Him—Barbra Streisand & Celine DionIf mamma was married—gypsyPoor little Pierette—the boyfriendWoman of the year—the grass is always greenerClass—ChicagoBaby dream your dream—ChicagoSweet charity—ChicagoRoom 317—Miss SaigonAngel of music—Phantom of musicMale/male duetsWe can do it –the producersLily’s eyes—the secret gardenI can see it—the fantasticksBrush up your Shakespeare—kiss me KateOut there—Hunchback of Notre DameAgony—Into the WoodsI’ll cover you—RentRent-RentMore than words—ExtremeBaby Grand—Billy Joel & Ray CharlesWho needs money—Elvis (Clambake)Male/female duetsAre we dancing—happiest milionaireI believe my own eyes—TommyWhat about the boy—TommySally Simpson’s Question—TommyDo you think it’s alright–TommyLight my candle–RentThe Last words you said—Sarah Brightman & Richard MarxIslands in the stream—Kenny Rodgers & Dolly PartonSomewhere out there—An American TailAnything you can do—Annie get your gunYou’re the top—anything goesFriendship—anything goesYou’re the one that I want—greaseIt takes two—hairspray You must meet my wife—a little night musicSue me—guys and dollsYou are woman I am man—funny girlWe both reached for the gun—ChicagoPeople will say we’re in love—OklahomaAll I ask of you—Phantom of the OperaPoint of no return—Phantom of the OperaSun & Moon—Miss SaigonLast night of the world—Miss SaigonWhere is the love—Roberta Flack & Donny HathawayPhantom of the Opera-Phantom of the OperaLet’s call the whole thing off-Shall we danceBaby it’s cold outside—Neptune’s DaughterA little fall of rain—Les MiserablesDream A dream—Charlotte Church & Billy GilmanI would do anything for love—MeatloafParadise by the dashboard light—MeatloafI’d lie for you and that’s the truth—MeatloafClose my eyes forever—Lita Ford and Ozzy OsbourneNext time I fall—Peter Cetera & Amy GrantReunited—Peaches & HerbIt takes two—Paul & PaulaLove is strange—Mickey & Sylvia (dirty dancing)

A good pointe solo song? I am going to do a pointe solo and I need a good song. I don’t want it to be classical pointe dance or a contemporary. I was thinking maybe a Broadway or a funny song? I’m not real sure.PLEASE HELP!
These are my normal suggestions since you asked for some broadway/musical songs too I’ll list those at the bottom, hopefully you will find something you like or something that will lead to to another song you might not have thought of.Let love live from Cirque de soliel Symphony—Sarah Brightman Fleurs du mal—Sarah Brightman Lithium—Evanescence Hello—Evanescence Like you—Evanescence Lacrymosa—Evanescence Eternal—Evanscence Good enough—EvanescenceMarooned—Pink Floyd Terminal frost—Pink Floyd Echoes—Pink Floyd One of these days—Pink FloydRun like hell—Pink FloydThe unicorn theme from Legend The Cottage from legend Darkness from Legend The Dance from Legend Love eternal from Dracula Love remembered from Dracula The storm from Dracula Lucy’s party from Dracula Show me your firetruck—Backdraft World of your heart –Dragonheart Ladyhawke main theme A dream worth keeping from Fern Gully Top Gun Anthem Gravity of love- EnigmaHurt-Nine Inch Nails/Johnny CashStar Wars movie soundtracksStar Trek Movie soundtracksAvatar movie soundtrackI would do anything for love—MeatloafParadise by the dashboard light—MeatloafI’d lie for you and that’s the truth—MeatloafMoon River—Breakfast at TiffanyChattanooga Choo Choo—Sun Valley SerenadeCall me irresponsible—Papa’s Delicate ConditionRaindrops keep falling on my head—Butch Cassidy & the Sundance KidTalk to the animals—Dr. DoolittleI’ve grown accustomed to her face—My Fair LadyIf Ever I would leave you—CamelotIf I was a rich man—Fiddler on the roofOl’ Man River—Show BoatSome Enchanted Evening—South PacificSunrise, Sunset—Fiddler on the RoofThis nearly was mine—South PacificYounger than springtime—South PacificI talk to the trees—Paint your wagonI still see Elisa—Paint your wagonWandering star—Paint your WagonGold fever—Paint your wagonThey call the wind Maria—Paint your wagonAmazing Journey—TommySee me, Feel me—TommyI’m free—TommyPinball wizard—TommyWishing you were somehow here again-PhantomAcid queen–TommySmash the mirror–TommyIf I loved you—Carousel Love Changes everything—Aspects of loveMaking Whoopee (Whoopee & Fabulous Baker Boys)My Funny Valentine (Babes in arms & Fabulous Baker Boys)Que Sera Sera (whatever will be will be)—Doris Day (The Man who know too much)Getting to know you—The King and IHello, Young lovers—The King and II could have danced all night—My Fair LadyI dreamed a dream—Les MiserablesSummertime—Porgy & BessBali Hai—South PacificHappy Talk—South PacificGonna wash that man right out of my hair—South PacificChildren will listen—Into the woodsCastle on a cloud—Les MiserablesIf mamma was married—gypsyPoor little Pierette—the boyfriendWoman of the year—the grass is always greenerClass—ChicagoBaby dream your dream—ChicagoSweet charity—ChicagoRoom 317—Miss SaigonAngel of music—Phantom of musicWe can do it –the producersLily’s eyes—the secret gardenI can see it—the fantasticksBrush up your Shakespeare—kiss me KateOut there—Hunchback of Notre DameAgony—Into the WoodsI’ll cover you—RentRent-RentI believe my own eyes—TommyWhat about the boy—TommySally Simpson’s Question—TommyDo you think it’s alright–TommyLight my candle–RentThe Last words you said—Sarah Brightman & Richard MarxIslands in the stream—Kenny Rodgers & Dolly PartonSomewhere out there—An American TailAnything you can do—Annie get your gunYou’re the top—anything goesFriendship—anything goesYou’re the one that I want—greaseIt takes two—hairspray You must meet my wife—a little night musicSue me—guys and dollsYou are woman I am man—funny girlWe both reached for the gun—ChicagoPeople will say we’re in love—OklahomaAll I ask of you—Phantom of the OperaPoint of no return—Phantom of the OperaSun & Moon—Miss SaigonLast night of the world—Miss SaigonPhantom of the Opera-Phantom of the OperaLet’s call the whole thing off-Shall we danceBaby it’s cold outside—Neptune’s DaughterA little fall of rain—Les MiserablesDream A dream—Charlotte Church & Billy GilmanI’ve had the time of my life—Bill medley & Jennifer Warner (dirty Dancing)That’s all I have to tell you—Jeff Bridges & Mia Farrow (last Unicorn)Almost Paradise—Mike Reno & Ann Wilson (footloose)Bess, you is my woman—Porgy & Bess