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#107: 50 Musical Theatre Songs for Beginner - Soprano

50 Musical Theatre Songs for Beginner - Soprano - Rebecca Reid Vocal Studio

Stepping into the magical world of musical theatre as a beginner? Get ready for a whirlwind of excitement and endless opportunities! But before you take center stage, there's one important task on your to-do list: choosing the perfect songs to showcase your voice.

Think of it like finding the perfect outfit for a special occasion – you want something that fits just right and makes you feel amazing. Picking songs for your repertoire is no different. It's about more than just picking tunes that sound nice. It's about handpicking melodies that match your vocal range and skill level, like finding that key that unlocks the full potential of your voice.

Just imagine a tailor crafting a custom-made suit – every stitch, every detail is carefully chosen to fit perfectly. Similarly, selecting songs tailored to your abilities sets the stage for an incredible singing experience. It's all about setting yourself up for success and enjoying every moment in the spotlight.

So, in this blog post, we're diving deep into the world of musical theatre songs specially curated for beginners. Get ready to explore a treasure trove of tunes that'll have you singing your heart out in no time!


50 Musical Theatre Songs for Beginner - Soprano

  1. Do-Re-Mi from The Sound of Music

  2. Tomorrow from Annie

  3. Castle on a Cloud from Les Misérables

  4. Part of Your World from The Little Mermaid

  5. My Favourite Things from The Sound of Music

  6. Somewhere Over the Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz

  7. Getting to Know You from The King and I

  8. Consider Yourself from Oliver!

  9. Maybe from Annie

  10. Edelweiss from The Sound of Music

  11. I Whistle a Happy Tune from The King and I

  12. A Spoonful of Sugar from Mary Poppins

  13. Pure Imagination from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

  14. I Have Confidence from The Sound of Music

  15. Tomorrow Belongs to Me from Cabaret

  16. If I Were a Bell from Guys and Dolls

  17. I Enjoy Being a Girl from Flower Drum Song

  18. I Cain't Say No from Oklahoma!

  19. Sixteen Going on Seventeen from The Sound of Music

  20. On the Good Ship Lollipop from Bright Eyes

  21. Getting Married Today from Company

  22. Memory from Cats

  23. Think of Me from The Phantom of the Opera

  24. Matchmaker from Fiddler on the Roof

  25. I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady

  26. Out Tonight from Rent

  27. Some Enchanted Evening from South Pacific

  28. Feed the Birds from Mary Poppins

  29. The Simple Joys of Maidenhood from Camelot

  30. Hello, Young Lovers from The King and I

  31. Far From the Home I Love from Fiddler on the Roof

  32. Wouldn't It Be Loverly from My Fair Lady

  33. I Know Things Now from Into the Woods

  34. Goodnight, My Someone from The Music Man

  35. I Feel Pretty from West Side Story

  36. Once Upon a Dream from Sleeping Beauty

  37. Getting to Know You from The King and I

  38. I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables

  39. If I Loved You from Carousel

  40. Don't Cry for Me Argentina from Evita

  41. What I Did for Love from A Chorus Line

  42. As Long As He Needs Me from Oliver!

  43. Beauty and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast

  44. Corner of the Sky from Pippin

  45. I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair from South Pacific

  46. Much More from The Fantasticks

  47. A Whole New World from Aladdin

  48. I'm Wishing/One Song from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  49. On My Own from Les Misérables

  50. Send in the Clowns from A Little Night Music


I hope the list above gives you some great ideas for picking songs that match your vocal range and skill level, and set you up for an exciting journey into the wonderful world of musical theatre!

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* Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is for general informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional or medical advice. Singers and professional voice users should always consult with qualified professionals, such as singing teachers or medical practitioners before making any decisions or taking any actions related to their vocal health and wellbeing.


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