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Life, Love, and Laughter: Kurt Weill on Broadway

A selection of theater songs devised by Kim H. Kowalke (1994),
for soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, optional chorus, and orchestra.

Song List
Performance Information

Song list

There'll Be Life, Love and Laughter
I'm a Stranger Here Myself
Speak Low
September Song
What Good Would the Moon Be?
Lonely House
My Ship
This Is New
Ho, Billy, O
Sing Me Not a Ballad
Is It Him or Is It Me?
That's Him
Tschaikowsky
Very, Very, Very
There's Nowhere to Go but Up
Mr. Right
Saga of Jenny
Mack the Knife

Performance Information

Instrumentation: Weill's original orchestrations
Duration: Half evening: 40-60 minutes
Performance Materials: All territories: EAMC
First performance (earlier version): June 9, 1994, Baltimore, Judy Kaye, Joyce Castle, Peter Kazaras, Buddy Crutchfield, Michael Scarborough, Reginald Pindell, vocalists, Baltimore Symphony, David Zinman, cond.

Guide to orchestration, territory abbreviations, and publishers' symbols.