Sheet music for a number of my songs, including "Pour Me A Man," is now available on musicnotes.com
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Musicnotes.com makes it faster, cheaper, and easier to get hold of my best songs for your use.
See below for the short list of available song titles, or check the Song Index for a complete listing and description of all of my songs and streaming sound files of many of the songs.
To record a song on a CD, contact me and I will send you a letter of agreement. The fee is equal to the current Harry Fox rate (currently 9.1 cents per song per manufactured CD or digital download sale).
My songs are registered with Broadcast Music International (BMI). Most cabarets and performance spaces pay a blanket license for spot performances of songs in the BMI catalogue; there is no further charge for such performances.
To include songs of mine in a structured revue or theatrical presentation, contact me with your proposal and we'll draft a letter of agreement concerning the royalty and performance rights.
"MISS GULCH RETURNS!" AND "THE TWO SVENGALIS"
Please note that Miss Gulch Returns! and The Two Svengalis are copyrighted works (book, music & lyrics) and may not be presented without prior permission and letters of agreement. Although individual songs from these productions are available to individual performers in the situations indicated above, the shows themselves are protected and are available for production solely by legitimate theatrical production companies, by prior letter of agreement (contact me).
See the SONGS page to hear excerpts and see a complete songlist with annotations.
MISS GULCH RETURNS!Miss Gulch Returns! is my musical comedy valentine to the romantically disenfranchised, who can find a new metaphorical spokesperson in Miss Gulch, the ultimate "spinster" (as they used to be known). More>>
THE TWO SVENGALISIn the style of 1950's Hollywood backstage musicals, combined with the melodramatics of Douglas Sirk, The Two Svengalis ponders the mysterious electricity that mutually ignites two sympatico talents and the chaos that ensues as they try to figure out who's bringing out the brilliance of whom. More>>
FORBIDDEN BROADWAYFORBIDDEN BROADWAY walked into my apartment one winter night in 1981, in the form of Nora Mae Lyng, parodist Gerard Alessandrini, and his longtime pianist/aide-de-camp Pete Blue; and a unique chemical reaction between us all turned a scrapbook full of lyrics and leadsheets into an international phenomenon.More>>