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posted: 7/24/2006 at 9:43:35 PM ET
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I've been on several sites on the internet looking for the sheet /vocal music for "Other Lady" which Bernadette sang at her Carnegie Hall concert. No one seems to have heard of it! It isn't under the lyricist or composer either.Is it in an 'off-limits' safe, somewhere?!

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posted: 7/25/2006 at 11:31:17 AM ET
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Lesley Gore is the original composer and singer of this song.
I, too, have looked for sheet music, however, and could not find it. If you get your hands on it, please let me know. I'll do the same.

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posted: 7/25/2006 at 1:58:24 PM ET
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Leslie Gore and Ellen Weston are credited as the composers, and the song is held by the strangely titled "L'L BITS & THE WITCH Publishing" (sounds like a couple of house cats got into music publishing, hmmm...) Copyright 1976.
I could not find it at Sunhawk or Sheet Music Plus just now. This one might be tough to get. Years ago, my music teacher was able to get sheet music for hard-to-find songs simply by writing to the composer or the publishing house. He said that the professional organization he belonged to made that possible. Perhaps someone like that may be of help to you?

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posted: 5/20/2013 at 2:49:10 AM ET
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Hi there,

I think you should browse the Google to get digital music catalog for vocal sheet music from your favorite artists, lyricists, and performers. Nowadays all vocal sheet music is available for instant downloading and printing as well.

Music Forte - Great Ways to Learn Sheet Music -

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