News & Announcements
- "April Fools!" Check out our Quirky Songs!
- Check out the article about us in Playbill!
- Brand New Feature! You can now share your song lists!
- We now link to Worldcat! Find scores/songs/recordings in your local or school/university library!
- Hundreds of new titles added including WAITRESS, FINDING NEVERLAND,
LA LA LAND and AMERICAN PSYCHO and songs by our newly featured
Chicago Prize composers & lyricists.
Use our FREE detailed search to find songs by this month’s featured composers. To search our entire library, subscribe today.
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