Cats (Schools/Colleges version - 16 players)

by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Description
performing version for schools and colleges.
Genres
Musicals, School Show
Instrumentation
Woodwind I (Flute, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax)• Woodwind II (Bb Clarinet, Baritone Sax, Flute)• Woodwind III (Oboe, Cor Anglais)• Horn I• Horn II• Trumpet I (Bb Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet) • Trumpet II (Bb Trumpet, Flugel Horn)• Trombone• Keyboard I, II & III (Korg Triton or a Kurzweil K2500 or K2600) + Keyboard Disk(s) – 2 disks for kurzweil (NOTE -replacement charge £20) – See also note below• Percussion• Cello• Guitar (Electric, Acoustic)• Bass• Drums
First Performance
FP: 14.11.2012, Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
Availability

Cats is licensed by Lloyd Webber's own Really Useful Group, whilst performing materials are available on hire from the Faber Music Hire Library (full score, instrumental parts, vocal score, script and rehearsal CD).

For more information on Cats, and to see our full catalogue of stage musicals for hire, visit fabermusicals.fabermusic.com

Programme Notes
Hire information for non-professional performances relating to hire materials for the ‘high school/college version’ of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s show “Cats” (“the Play”). Before any music materials are supplied, permission to perform must be sought in the first instance from: The Really Useful Group Ltd., 22 Tower Street, London WC2H 9TW Tel: +44 (0)20 7240 0880 - www.stageamusical.com We require that you send to us a copy of your signed agreement as confirmation that this licence has been issued by The Really Useful Group Ltd. We must receive this before any hire materials can be dispatched

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