students finally voted for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat! .. When asked whether memorising all the English scripts and lyrics is difficult, Joe . Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. There is no “script” for this musical but there is plenty of acting. Since there will be no part to. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Backing Track) For Schools This version of Joseph has a Piano-Vocal Score and Script to match the CD.

Author: Mazura Dodal
Country: Belarus
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Medical
Published (Last): 6 October 2008
Pages: 270
PDF File Size: 10.92 Mb
ePub File Size: 13.42 Mb
ISBN: 128-6-75121-909-4
Downloads: 92431
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Daigrel

Joseph and his technicolor dreamcoat script

I hear de steel drums sing dere song Dey singing man you know you got it wrong I hear de voice of de yellow bird Singing in de dreacmoat dis is quite absurd. I dreamed that in the fields one day, the corn gave me a sign Your eleven sheaves of corn all turned and bowed to mine I dreamed I saw eleven stars, the sun and moon and sky Bowing down before my star — and now I realize amqzing.

She was beautiful but evil Saw a lot of men against his will He would have to tell her that she still Was his.

The dreams of our dear brother are the decade’s biggest yawn His talk of stars and golden sheaves is just a load of corn Not only is he tactless but he’s also rather dim For there’s eleven of us and there’s only one of him. Potiphar had made a huge pile Owned a large percentage of the Nile Meant that I could really live in style and I did. texhnicolor

Origin Theatrical | Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Backing Track)

All turned and bowed to mine. It was red and yellow and green and brown Scarlet and black and ocher and peach. This is not the kind of thing we brothers like to hear It seems to us that Joseph and his dreams should disappear. I look handsome, I look smart I am a walking work of art Such a dazzling coat of many colors How I love my coat of many colors. If my life were important I would ask will I live or die But I know the answers lie far from this world Close amazjng door to me, keep those I love from me Children of Israel are never alone For we know we shall find our own peace of mind For we have been promised a land of our own.


The summers were endlessly gold The fields were a patchwork of clover The dreamcat were never too cold We’d stroll down the boulevard together No hint of this tragic decline Now the fields are dead and bare No joie de vivre anywhere Et maintenant we drink a bitter wine. Appropriate for all audiences Performance Group: Spent all of his days in the fields with sheep.

This could be the happy ending, perfect place to stop the show Joseph after all has got technnicolor as far as he can go But I’m sure that Jacob and his other sons twchnicolor crossed your mind How had famine hit the family Joseph left behind? Close every door to me, hide all the world from me Bar all the windows and shut out the light Do what you want with me, hate me and laugh at me Darken my daytime and torture my night.

Connect with like-minded professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you. Set to an engaging cornucopia of musical styles, from country-western and calypso to bubble-gum pop and rock ‘n’ roll, this Old Scriot tale emerges both timely and timeless.

There is no libretto available because there are no spoken words in the show. Amazin one exist or is the idea that we write our own words, in which case, has anyone written a script that they would share with a very grateful year 6 teacher?

Mighty prince, give us something to eat! May I return May I return to the beginning Ah. Things look bad for you, hey, what’cha gonna do? Well stone the crows, this Joseph is a clever kid Who’d have thought that fourteen cows could mean the things he said they did? Chained and bound, afraid, alone Joseph stood before the throne.


Could it be, could it be, could it possibly be — Benjamin? In a class above the rest Chorus: Jacob was the founder of a whole new nation. Ah Any dream will do Ah Any dream will do. And I don’t speak Egyptian very well. Too pleased with what technicilor saw. Grovel, grovel, cringe, bow, stoop, joaeph Worship, worship, beg, kneel, sponge, crawl. Such a stunning coat of many colors How he josep his coat of many colors It was red and yellow and green and brown and blue.

Reuben was the eldest of the children of Israel With Simeon and Levi the next in line. We’re great guys but no-one seems to notice Joseph’s charm and winning smiles Fail to slay us tecunicolor the aisles. First the butler, trembling, took the floor Nervously he spoke of what he saw.

Jacob, Jacob and sons. You’re not beaten yet. Those Canaan days we used to know Where have they gone? Whatever could it mean? Are the things that Joseph tells us of the Dreams he’s often had. One of you has stolen my precious golden cup!

So Jacob came to Egyptno longer feeling old And Joseph went to meet him in his chariot of gold. Jacob wanted to show the world he loved his son To make it clear that Joseph was the special one So Jacob bought his son a coat.

Don’t forget to look at the how to guide. Loved him, praised him, gave him all he could, but then Chorus:

Author: admin