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Date

02/02/1954

Show Name

The Music Man

The Music Man, Act 1, Scene 7 Script, February 2, 1954

<i>The Music Man</i>, Act 1, Scene 7 Script, February 2, 1954

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<i>The Music Man</i>, Act 1, Scene 7 Script, February 2, 1954

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<i>The Music Man</i>, Act 1, Scene 7 Script, February 2, 1954

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Description

Typed script for act I, scene 7 of Meredith Willson's The Music Man, part of a very early draft of the musical. The River City school board questions Harold Hill about the prospects of his boys' band. Harold introduces the song "River City Go," written by Gramma Bird. The school board then takes up the subject of Jim Paroo, who they believe should be moved to an asylum. Musical numbers in this scene include "In the Evening by the Moonlight" and "River City Go."


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Description

Typed script for act I, scene 7 of Meredith Willson's The Music Man, part of a very early draft of the musical. The River City school board questions Harold Hill about the prospects of his boys' band. Harold introduces the song "River City Go," written by Gramma Bird. The school board then takes up the subject of Jim Paroo, who they believe should be moved to an asylum. Musical numbers in this scene include "In the Evening by the Moonlight" and "River City Go."


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