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the Greatest Showman Datasheet

Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack

Description

A musical drama biopic chronicling P.T. Barnum (played by Hugh Jackman) and his founding of the Barnum & Bailey Circus, this December 2017 film features a stunning soundtrack by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul of La La Land and Dear Evan Hansen fame. Our songbook features piano/vocal/guitar arrangements of 9 songs: Come Alive • From Now On • The Greatest Show • A Million Dreams • Never Enough • The Other Side • Rewrite the Stars • This Is Me • Tightrope.


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Staff Review

SONGLIST
  1. Come Alive (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  2. From Now On (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  3. The Greatest Show (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  4. A Million Dreams (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  5. Never Enough (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  6. The Other Side (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  7. Rewrite The Stars (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  8. This Is Me (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
  9. Tightrope (from THE GREATEST SHOWMAN)
"A musical drama biopic chronicling P.T. Barnum (played by Hugh Jackman) and his founding of the Barnum & Bailey Circus, this December 2017 film features a stunning soundtrack by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul of La La Land and Dear Evan Hansen fame.

This collection includes all of the main songs from the movie. The piano transcriptions are fairly easy to play. "Never Enough", "Tightrope", and "A Million Dreams" are standout pieces in the songbook. It’s easy to follow, clear printing and very manageable for students. Most pieces are playable by Grade 3 level, some easier pieces by Grade 2. Bass clef is simple, however chord symbols are included if you choose to add difficulty to the harmony. 

The melody line sounds very close to the real music but does have some complicated rhythms. The melody line (the vocal part) is also integrated into the piano part, which is great if you are playing these as a piano solo, but less so for accompanying a singer."