Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 192

lI

LJ
0
.0
0
2
2
0
0
2
C
0
- -
-
2
C C
C
z

IA
C

Cl-)
0
* z

t,j

C
0 C’
C
0
C’ z
C’ Cl.)
C’
rD 0
I;. z
C’

C
r
“1

Cl)
C
-I
C

C In C

C’
C
U, C

C
0
0
z
0
. •I

+
0
C
0

0
-n
0

tt
C
I,

z0 I
C
0
0
n

0
0
rD -C
-I

C
rD

0
0
•0

0
r
111’II
-0
ThL
‘I
p.
0
.0
.0
.0
C
C
tr 0.
C 0
.0
p.
0 0
.0
.0
U,
p.
0
.0
b
0.
0
U, .0
0
BPD
-t

‘1
BPD
Pt
Pt

71
0

0
0
0 -PD
(0 pa
-t I
I-,
Pt
PD
pa 0
-t
(0 B
U,

V.

0)
-t
f-I PD

PD
0
C
0

U,

0-
PD

Pt

01
a
*
V.
C
PD
0.
“C

d I E
E
C
.4-a
C
0
.4J
0
a)
C
0
z
0
‘0
a
0

rt

C

I
crJ
0
z

0 z
r,1

(D

N
I.
C
Ll
C
C
C
SONDHEIM ON SONDKEIM — 129 —

PIANO LESSON 1B
(tacet)
CUE: SONDHEIM: My father was a self taught piano player. I-Ic couldnt read music
hut he liked to pick out Broadway tunes on the piano.

And I used to sit next to him when T was very small and he would put my hand on his little finger
which played the melody up at the top of the piano. And so that was my first experience playing piano.

Slowly
Al 6
‘V
.j 1-6

I took piano lessons for two years when I was 7 years old and then I took another two years when I was 14.

Slightly Faster
i
7-10

That’s my piano playing eXperience.” nt.


6 17 18

I I I— ‘

11-16

Segue as one to ‘Donut”

#1B—Piano Lesson
— 130 —
SONDHEIM ON SONOrrEIM

Matthew Scott

I
L
T L MEET YOU AT THE DONUT
CUE: SONDREIM: “And I wrote a show that was botit sort of local happenings..

in the school and I think the lust song I wrote was called. ill Meet You at the Donut.
The donut was a round seat in the center of the main hail.’

Moderato ritardo tnolto


Al 7 2
@,t1
p I I I -

•,)
1-7 8-9

Slowly, with feeling (SS interrupts)


cut off on cue
MS:

I’ll meet_...
ir r ir r J
you at the do - nut

#2—I’ll Meet You At The Donut


SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM — 131 —

All

INVOCATION / FORGET WAR


CUE: SONBHEIl1: And its based on the plays of Plautus, who is a two thousand year old situation comedy writer.”
h tar on rope)
8
(lau

Molto rubato dictated


-
TW:
(lb the heavens)
2 3

l’i’ I I
Gods of the theat - er, Smile an us.

You
n
who sit
j
up there stern in judg ment,
- Smile on us.
B

TW: And
who doesn’t?
II
1
L
4
8
j J
You who look down on ac - tors

EI1[I
J J J Ir J ‘1 r r r 4’
Bless our lit - tie coni - pa - ny and Smile on us.

A tempo
(to the audience)

j hJ
Think not a bout
-
IF r
deep con cerns -
J
Think not a bout
- dark di
F
- 1cm mas,
-
J

#3—Invocation/Forget War
U,
C
C x
o
C
a)
z
0 LI
o C
z
0
C 0
z -
Ic
cJ
w
LI
C
U,
LI
E
LI
C
0
0
Ea)
10
c’J
t.
:
Li
z

C -

cjj

o C

U,
o
=
(D

C
1<
/ I()
U
b
U
I C
C C • C
c-i c-i
U,
•T:j
• U2
C. C -
H
H I
C z
II
C
C ci)
C

C
2 I: C
U,
C .4-
C U,
(J CID
0 -

C - 44:
2 x
: — C
U,
C
C
2
t U,
0
--i:
M
N
z
-
C N = >
I
0 C
2
C
C
-
C-)
E.
II C
—H:
(
0

0
U,
Ft ‘U

Ft
Ft
H >
r
Ft
‘U

0-

0
‘UI
‘U Cr:
31:
—F C
C)
z
Ft C
Ft
Ft t,j
C
‘U
rt
Ft C
C’,
0
C’,
0
Cr,
C
C
H 7.fl z
:i;
0-
7
Ml
Ft

C,,

Ft

Ft
- I’-N
0
ft
= Ft
ft C
Ft ‘U

U,
C
z
ft
9- 0

Ft C’,
I Ft
0
U,

U’
U,
0 C.ri
0 p
r
,1l
U
0
H

z
a
,•-
E S S S
z
t zC I ‘-I
-

——I cl

00

IT C
z
00

0 C I C IJJJI

BC
•1
C

Cr3
C
C Lfl
z
C
CII

C 0
B
‘3 ‘3
M
I
z Ci’)
0
z
C
B B CII

nC
F1
B F, C

“Fl
r)C
B C
III

‘Fl
/ r7I
)
I
a) C
‘I
I
n
Cu
a)
I
z
C E .
a? 0
C cv
C
H z
C
C 0
C C
H
H (I,
a?
cv
C 1•0 -t
F
cv
C F
LI
-
a)
a) 14:
H
U, %4
C
F-. a)
a) C
C nc
, -
a? C
C C-) I
C C
-
0 C
Cu
Cu
C
Cu! rn
LJ
F
p. .C
p 1

I,

-p.
34: -f
0
m
Cp.
H
•1

0
-p. C
0

0
H .4
0
0
H C
z C,,

0
p-I ci.
C
C
z

0
.4
p pp.. I
C
p. P.
p. T
j cc
— 140 —
SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM

SATURDAY NIGHT TRANSITION


(tacet)
CUE: SONDHEIM: Fve often said that if he had been a geologist. I
would probably have been a geologist.”

“My first proftssional show, which WitS when I was 23 years old, was called
It was based on a play called Front Porch in Flatbush’,,. ‘Saturday Night:

Moderate 3 (in 1)

...which had been written by two brothers Philip and Julius Epstein.
-

They had, among other things, written ‘Casablanca.’ They were well-known screenwriters.

1 —
4

-‘
r —

And they had written about their childhood in Brooklyn. The


play was to be made into a musical
under the auspices of Lent Ayers.

18
4

Vii.
,r - 21.24

. who was a leading producer and set designer at Ihe time. And we
had about six backer’s auditions
-

and raised about half the money and Leni suddenly died.

:jr
Vtii.

He was a very young man, about 40 years old. And I was-I won’t
say devastated hut certainly disappointed.”
-

Moderate 2 poco nt.


2 411

ai38
36-39

Segue

#6—Saturday Night Transition


E
0
3
0
0

0
a a

1.) N
- pa
S

O
m
I
o a -
S


-; N z

(a
:
I I C
(a

-4

I !-
-J r
V
a U,
C 0,
4
L
-

-
a 9 z.
C C

S a
C
a 0 1
a

2a
a

C
Cs
C
9C ç

(1j
0

U,
C z
0 -

(ID
rC 1
0
I — I

‘<1 0
5
C z
U,
2
C (i-i
0
rD
C z
0 BC a -
0
- I
a
(D a hi
a
C — 0
a
I
B —
0,
0,
a a

‘U
C

C-

L
m

-I

ID

ID

0 ID
-I .1 (JD
ID j C
z
(ID
P1

(€ 0

C
P1
C z
(D
C 0-.

J
r C

C,,
P1

0
1
C

ID I
0
0
cJ
cz
z to
bO
C
0
U 0
C,) U
(I)
0 cD - JD
z
II I
12
E
0
0 cfJ
a)
C
C,)
to
0
0
c-)
E
3q
I:

m

(J-

C
z
-
C
C C z

r,j

-,

— I

C C
C — C
C


1
U
C —o
)-‘ U
C

U
U
*u
a.a.
U 0
C

C cJ
b z
C
34:
U
E

a.
0
ii_
gi
C
I
C

cn

cJ
“fl
n
C
I z
‘C
n ri

C
‘C ‘U

C) z
C
C

C
cc z
‘C

C — a
‘U

‘U

I
jq
C I
C

.1
/ 1
Ii -Q
C
Cb E
U E
. :.
a
U
C
-4,
bID
b C
).‘
UCCI, a
cJ-J
U,
14:
C
V I C
C
0
rn
L:J
F
\
C

cjq

-I

•1

O
0
a)
‘C
U,
a)
.0
E
0
C-)
U,
c;5
0
0
(ID
a)
biZ 0
C c)
‘0
C
‘C
a)
B
0
0
B
z 0
_zr
E1
C

cJ
0
M
LID 0 0-
0
0 S
C
--II

-p

0
z
C,)
0
C) z
0
0
z

‘•30
I 1
ILfj.
-

UII
C
c.. -
ci
C
-
•1.
0
0
U
Cl)
ci
-4-,
-
0
0
0
0
CJD
C-,
31:
-

I
0 0
C
K C C
F 0 C
z
F L
\

S.

cj.

0
z

0
z

rn

/1
r
1f
I I
N —
E
z
o
I
*
0)
> I-
a
C
ii g -
(Jj g
2
C
U
I
11)
ri
LJ
.4’
C to 0
40 C
—4. 430
l•1 to 01—
0
0
E.
0-
L Cl,
0 430

to
0- ‘.4
to
.4
14:
0’
0
01 0.
0
0.
01 ‘•O
0 4.’
l0 C
.4
to to C Crj
‘-I 0-
n Cl, 0
0 51 0
to
o
S01
01 to
‘I’ C-I
C 011
01 0
C aol ‘.0
-4 to
Dl -S
ID
C 01 to 0
(D 0. 0
N ‘I’ z
0
S 4- 0 01 40
S Ca.’
40
0’. 0 .4
40 to 0 C
rt 0’. C C
-4 to
C 14
0
:1’ -4
.4
C- 40
0
C
n
-4 to F 430
C
N C
F’
to C
0 .4 -4
to 0’ C C
0. Cr

0.
0
4.’ C 3 01
C C I
to 0
to
0- -I S01
0-
(J4 Cl, 40
C C
0. 0 0
to
.4 01
Cr
1 01
01 -4
Cl, ‘<
0’ to
OJ
0 cC,
0- 0’ cC-I
10 C
01 01
C
=

=


I
a •
I)

I :1
a

z —
0
-
U
0

I-. I.
c. a
g
C
C I I
0 -, — C C
E1
a I

0
C 1- F- F
-

C 0
n 0
n

31: 0
0
a

C
a
a
r N 1
0 0
0 (ID
I-’

(-) 0
a
a C-
a
j 0
z
0
z
0- 0
0 C
0
I
r
C
z a-
rD
(J-
C

a C
(ID
0
C
0
n
N C—

C.
0
(:.j
0
0—

0
0 -

H
a’
C Ca
-1 0
C 9
0

9

9
a
a’
a’
I.:
9 a’
0
N
U
0
‘C
0

9 a’
V.0
a’ C I 9
a’
0 0. >
I’
a’
9
I o
a’
a’
a’ -d
C 0 a’ —
0
•0 0
C
C
V
C
U
0 a’ U
11111 Ca
a’
0
H-H ‘C C
C
I
31:
0
9
a’
C
C
9
a’
Ca
Q IC
N
U U a,
I
‘I,
0

0
n
0
z
0

t-1

0
z
C,.)
0
rt
0
cj
0 t,1

n
ijJ
N
) .

N N

C C

cTl
C C cc
C C
-I
0
-I
gr
&
0

H
L
cn tn C
z
C
-‘
0.
0
0
tTI
0.
C

co
z C
h3 Cb)

C
-I :i
C/D
C

0 0.

0
r i
[Cj
>
0
0 1)1 1
c.
Jj
z
11111
I :
z
C

z I C
C -I
C
( Cl C

C
C
C
C C

C
C Z

ID C

ID

CD
z
C)
C I
C

C C
C
( C:
(
ID
0
bID
-
IC
ID 111111 - H
t I
31:
ID
I
=1
— I
ID
r)
Iu
—4

c7t
— C
C
C
.1

z
0
‘ z
4

zC H
z

z
0
I
:
I
I I
I

(
:J
C
C
Ill -
N
C
C
C
C
C C
C
C
0
U
0 >
I
C
C
H U
C C )
C C C
C
z C
U
0
C
U
C
)0
C U
U I
C
brj E
U I C
C
-h 1
C
F
E
ffl74-,
Jb. -

0
0
0
ci
z
0
to
ci
C
C
C
0
C C C
0
0.
E
‘-I
0
•0
0
E 0
z
C
z
E 0
0
0 0 1b:
0
.0
0

0.
I
ii)
a,
0
0
C 0’
-
E
0 C )
c
0 ri
C to
h. 0
-
ci
0 0
C
0
I
Sn
‘1
0

Ii
14:
z0
0

0
t,1

z0 0

0
z
0 cr
0