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CHORAL UPDATE: The Greatest Showman Friday, April 12, 2019

The popularity of “The Greatest Showman” continues – with a stunning soundtrack by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (“La La Land, “Dear Evan Hansen”), this music is a great choice for spring concerts! The newest publications for choirs:

DISCOVERY SERIES (for developing choirs)
A Million Dreams arr. Roger Emerson
“A Million Dreams” features the young P.T. Barnum as he shows his visions and hopes for the future. Throughout all his hardships, he is shown compassion and help and gains a broader perspective into the human condition. An outstanding message to reinforce in young singers, Roger Emerson’s arrangement is a gateway into instilling confidence and imagination in choral singing.

This Is Me arr. Audrey Snyder
The biggest hit from “The Greatest Showman” has been arranged for young developing voices in this accessible version. Plenty of unison, easy-to-teach harmonies, comfortable ranges, and solo opportunities make this a surefire selection for your elementary and middle school choirs.

Come Alive arr. Mark Brymer
The most bombastic, electrifying and show-stopping number from the record-smashing soundtrack to “The Greatest Showman” is here! Pasek and Paul’s call to action is given a full-choir treatment by Mark Brymer, but it’s not for the faint of heart. Your choirs will extend their vocal ranges, divisi capabilities and deep-breathing techniques while sending any audience that hears it to their feet!

Don’t miss previous arrangements including “From Now On,” “The Greatest Show,” “A Million Dreams,” “Never Enough,” “Rewrite the Stars,” and “This Is Me,” and remember – shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

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