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Title: Mr Bell's Magnificent Ringing Machine
Voicing/Format: Perfromance Pack
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog #: 35014580
Mr. Bell s Magnificent Ringing Machine is an upbeat, humorous and informative representation of both the eary days of the telephone as well as our current infatuation with cell phones. Many of us believe the cell phone was the harbinger of high-speed communitcations; while in reality, it was the work of Alexander Graham Bell, and his commitment to the neads of the deaf, who virtualy opened our ears to the wonderful world of the telephone. Cell phones are so much a part of our daily lives, few of us pause to look back on events that brought us to this point in time. The format for this musical resembles a revue style production, giving the director a wide range of flexible casting and performance options. One or two of the scenes can be eliminated without altering the musical's structural integrity, allowing the director to easily control the scope and duration of the production. The musical contains seven songs arranged for 2-part voices. Approximately 40 minutes.
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