- Rehearsal CD /
- "Reheasrsal Tracks" folder)
featuring a children's choir and soloists. These will be used for reference,
first by the director/musical director, and then during rehearsals.
CD2 - Backing
Tracks & Multimedia /
- "Backing Tracks" folder and "Documents" folder)
- Backing Tracks.
These are clean, clear, digital recordings, using high quality keyboard
sounds and real instruments. They are formatted for easy use in performance
i.e. intelligent track spacing, facilitating easy cueing and/or interrupted
flow where necessary.
- "Read Me
First" HTML File,
will identify all of the
other files on the disc so you don't miss anything.
fit on A4 or US letter paper equally correctly. Features wide margins,
to allow for binding or use in a ring binder, as well as giving plenty
of space for stage directions, lighting cues etc. for director, actors,
technical crew etc.
- Word Sheets
(PDF) of each
of the songs, formatted to fit either one or two sheets of paper.
Can also be copied onto acetate sheets for use with an overhead projector
if so desired.
- Music book
(PDF) This has
the melody line(s), lyrics and chord symbols (for reference). Rehearsal
marks are also added at convenient points, with the relevant timings
(minute and second) from the CD, so you can accurately cue from different
points during the song. A definite time-saver in rehearsal.
- Piano Score
(PDF) This has the melody line(s), lyrics and chord
symbols (for reference) as well as a complete piano score suitable
for performance use. Rehearsal marks are included at points corresponding
with the relevant timings (minute and second) from the CD, for use
in rehearsal where the pianist may be unavailable. If desired, the
piano score can even be played "live" along with the CD
sets out the terms of the photocopying licence (unlimited copying
within purchasing institution) as well as the performance licence
that is included in the purchase price. The full
text of this Licensing Agreement is available on this web site.
We suggest that you read it carefully before ordering to make sure
that you are in agreement with its terms and conditions. They are
quite simple, and we believe they will be entirely acceptable. The
terms of the licence agreement has changed since the physical CDs
were manufactured. The online version is the latest version (and the
one to which you should refer).