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The Inventor’s SongPrice: £0.00–£10.80
A light reggae song for a charming but unsuccessful professor (perhaps Gepetto in Pinnochio). He has lots of brilliant ideas but it all seems to go wrong. His three assistants encourage him (in three-part, close harmony) to keep trying and we will be a superstar some day. He plays (mimes) the Theremin.
The Man in the MoonPrice: £0.00–£10.80
The Man tells us how tough it is to stay awake while everyone is asleep, and that he is envious of the Man in the Sun, who seems to have a nice warm life style (and a great sun tan!) He knows that if he can just get down to Earth all the boys and girls will love him…
The Songs in Our Eyes: DuetPrice: £0.00–£10.80
Romantic duet for the principal girl and boy. She explains that she used to be just a little girl with illusions but that he woke her up with love. They tell each other that together they will philosophise and see music in everything, singing “The Songs in Their Eyes.”
The Songs in Our Eyes: SoloPrice: £0.00–£10.80
Romantic solo for the principal girl. She explains that she was just a little girl with illusions but that the boy she loves woke her up. She says that together they will philosophise and see music in everything, singing “The Songs in Their Eyes.”
The Teddy Bear and the Rag DollPrice: £0.00–£10.80
Pretty, lilting song, popular with the very young. Tells the happy story of a sad Teddy and his friend the Rag Doll. Advises us always to be kind to Teddy’s! Solo flute.
We will fadePrice: £0.00–£10.80
Smoky, slow jazz number. Something unusual, perhaps, for a character reflecting on love, life and the passage of time. Sax or trumpet solo.