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> wrk 8 TA. 8A. 8B. 9A. 10. 10A. 10B. 10€. 10D. 11. 1A. 12A. 12B. 13. 13A. 14, 14A. 15. 15A. 16. Dracula Version List 2/28/02 Prelude/Jonathan’s Arrival Into Castle Dracula Solitary Man Jonathan’s Bedroom One More Lonely Night Library Underscore Dracula’s Exit to Corridor Lizard to “First Taste” Forever Young Fresh Blood Fresh Blood to Asylum Master’s Song Whidby Bay Underscore Intro to How Do You Choose How Do You Choose? Choose to Mist The Mist Underscore for Scene Mist Reprise to Modern Worl¢ Modern World Perfect Life/Modern World Weddings. Weddings to Drawing Room End Of Scene Underscore Drawing Room to Bedroom Invitation 64 Cloves of Garlic “Bam” Man of woman Born Got Some Splainin’ Life After Life Funeral to Tomb Finale Act] G#m 02/21/02 09/14/01 02/21/02 02/18/02 02/18/02 02/18/02 09/26/01 10/07/01 02/18/02 02/18/02 09/14/01 02/18/02 09/07/01 10/03/01 09/27/01 02/18/02 09/27/01 09/27/01 10/05/01 02/19/02 02/19/02 10/05/01 10/05/01 09/27/01 09/21/01 02/19/02 09/28/01 09/21/01 09/25/01 02/21/02 10/07/01 10/07/01 page 1 02/2102 Prelude/Jonathan's Arrival 62/21/02 Music. by Frank Wildhor. Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton: Eb F Em 1 12 13 14 > =, = be — = = a - — ———— - + ‘eet 4 SS = Rd a a eS ese ee o 2 7 2 2 F Copyright © 2002 02/21/02 Am/F Prelude/Jonathan's Arrival 18 Ze == eee oe To think it's tak-en me a mere two weeks z = What grim ad - ven-tures lie in wait for me? It's far from what one might ex- # == += ae = ia a a a =. S = “3 Jaa 4 + cay yz>— Z >" 417 43t—>— a. e v v > Am/E Em 27 29 30 t—t = le — 7 —« pect of a law-yer's clerk. [ > =~ >. =~ t \ * ee e 72 : oS ES £ ao — ee : =F ae 2s = — a = = if T L I + 4a és 2 = gerne es oF I 7 “$s a2? 7 ee GF 02/21/02 Am FHm7bs G Pees Arrival 31 32 33 34 the wolves, drift through the jag - ged hills, Fam7b5 B7 Em 35 36 be 38 i ee! | + T sae + = feel so cold, it's not the wind that chills. — : Te: ee «

> _ferteeet per feee a 39 40 41 42 i f: = = ae — = 3 2 gf (Se, - £2 - —~ i —~ 2 £c ee2#ce -~—= i = fe ae i — Pp Pp : ce ar ce Left hand every other time — s 2s z o eee EmXMuyj7) a3 Dracula: “Enter of your own free will." 9/14/01 ; 2A] Into Castle Dracula Cue a a shall see to your Mosie by Frank Wi comfort myself. Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Even Slower Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos. 2 3 4 DRACULA: You must be hungry. te BPm(Maj7) BSS = en ee — — —— Dee Copyright © 2001 9/14/01 2A. Into Castle Dracula ————————— Ss bgt Ey eS Dracula: "The hour is late and Ihave already game Tempo 17 Partaken." 18 19 2 21 SS SSS LN | SS = —— Dracula:"I have a library of books, where I have been praparing for my great London adventure." 2B ——— 02/21/02 Solitary Man 02/21/02 (21) . Music by T'rank Wildho Lyric by Don Black and Chnstopher Ilampt. a Arrangement by Karl Mansfield > 2> 3> 4> * ra eo Tran - syl van - ia is not Tiere the winds breathe through the ways are - tle - ments > Gm APD —s— Dm BmbS 12 B 14, 15 = —t —9—s ta ——— a | the a here a way from ev - ‘Ty one, I walk not in the I am from a - noth - er age, a now - for - got - ten 1 t— + a Z rs sa sis I iS 7 CE 733 — : == =———_———— ; t Dw z Z Copyright © 2002 02/21/02 3. Solitary Man a crea-ture of an age ruled by a blade. Those days are gone it's time to find a new life, —3I— 7 | 1 —| —4 \ = Ze vs Sf > > oo >2> 3 Vv Gm ub Dm7 freed from the old ways, to —3— — > 3 > Cm9 Db 7 Gm 2 ——3 —— \ 30 31 + 4 - face the new cen-tury un - bowed —~—3——_ ss 3 —— 233 ; -2- v 02/21/02 3. Solitary Man Se tury, ——— f ———— —— oo ———— ; = ics teegeue = Pia jeeegee | =—— f ; > og —— be 2 2 > > Gm 36 37 38 39 + 1 = = = o za Pe $e in my dear new land of Eng - land I shall ——t T =o eeyeaegye —w ager Steg 2S Z Se as S es > A?9 —3——_ Dm Bm7b5 40 41 42 fo te * not seek end - less mirth Tm not at - tuned to 4 a * = a —t T =—=— bige oF 2 z oe v ; =$ 5 3 J Gm6 FIC Cc 3 44 —3— _ 45, 46 —> { — ca ee oe S | eT mirth, I am a sol - i - ta - ry man. > : —++— ss a SS = 2 owas 2 = ee 2 -3- 02/21/02 3. Solitary Man Gm Eb. Dm7 47 4 49 50 = T T === = Se ee Your world, your ways, your streets, fresh__ pei mTu-la - tion vagal Venn | ; 4 > > Gm Eb Dm7 51 52 3 54 az —— —=— mn = ——= ee eae T To drink a toast and link arms with my neigh - bors, and ——3— > > > > $$ > $8 # : — . ; 5 = > Ea Ss bg pm a Cm9 —_—3—— Gm 1 { c— = = —S——————— : SS ; f ff fs Se ese y es on Sag elo e va nial Vvellau Vella Vella Vv « sg EPm = ra ae 61 i be o 5 + ** = a a — ——— — I shall find some like - con-nois - seurs, be ———— Deg o ae = 2 oe oe pa eS a > lane >= S ie ; = SS 02/21/02 3. Solitary Man A7 Cm6 Se Dsus a, eB | i a 64 = - - r oe. o Z =e oe + men who will no doubt share my taste foy_blood - sports. —s3— a > = > > Abm > E Ebui7 Abm «6 ! 67 6 69 zaa0 t er PE +4 —+t =e +f 2 e == SS £ —S And now Tsay good- bye to my sad count- ry, how strange oe er re aS == as [#3 | gf ” * Ve * - a = SS = z ———~ 4} z 3 3 3 3 3 og < es = 4 ra —< > > > > > E ebm? Dbmg EPO ; 7. 72 B “43s 5S, — 4 — 3 iz S a f 3 + eH Le my life will change in yourdarkLon-don,where ev-'ry de-sire is al - lowed. 1 ! | = 3 po : $ 3 7 [>> $ VeLLh 02/21/02 Am dear-est love, Fem7b5 81 I have ar-rived, In miss-ing you En The FRm7b5 84 3. Solitary Man Count's bi-zarre, he B7 Em9 85 86 87 88 -_ F = = —r¥ — : lacks the com-mon touch. > Sey a > De —— > SSS Se SS . H yt T— t Pp S £ . oT a a nV ce = z > > — — > om, — 02/18/02 4 Donathan] Jon ath an : S Bedroom 02/18/02 Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Asranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue Jonathan:"My fiancee, Miss Mina Murray." Dracula:"...fortunate young Jonathan: "...she's so Moderato man..." 3 pure." = SS eg tn Se te SS SSS SS OUT CUE: Dracula: "No vulgar wealth, you mean?" (Dracula exits) 5 7 8 = Slow a a } ————————————— 2s (Jon sits) chm Tempo Like #2 "Jonathan's Arrival" 9 10 Jonathan I feel I've land-ed on some dis - tant star, this cas-tle's more re- mote than 2 ~~ — Safety - vocal last time Copyright © 2002 02/18/02 4, Jonathan's Bedroom But when I gaze up-on your pho - I smell your hair and hear your Fhm6 18 19 20 Gea i ———— a = d e t eo { s = FZ Zt sil - v'ry laugh, Tm just where 1 want to be. —— segue as one — -2- 02/18/02 [Mina, Jonathan] One More Lonely Night [5 | 02/18/02 Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Mina| cb D> Abm Ebm Abn cheb DbF 3 4 ™P ||| Safety - vocal last time o | tT can't v 1 tell you why but I feel so a-fraid I = = o- £ seer si=v Se 4 J oe PPP och = = Copyright © 2001 02/18/02 5. One More Lonely Night > DP Abm Ebm Abm Chieb DhiF 15 i2 123 14 One more lone -ly night one more prayer still the same one, 7 + 7 + ] = = oo F ¥ One more lone-ly night one more prayer still the same one, pte —— —— oe = = r vee 7 eo a i r = < a K+ se 4 ae == t Se ~—t Soe = # ¢ js Lt G DP Abm Ebm Abm Ebm 16 17 18 19 o — iafeRie - T 7 pull back... * = f S <= i 7 a oe 2- 02/18/02 5. One More Lonely Night Ebm Db cb pb Ebm Db fed 4 25 is = = =—— ——— side eS SSS I kiss. your lips. and there's no di - vide / =. e a —— _——S ee —— — = a $ = - —) SO | ee —=_ pus. “JT T ; ra : — Rt + 7 oe e a v *e Abm Ebm = Abm Ebm Abm Ebm Abn Ebm9 26 27 . oN 28 Ev - ‘ry day I feel lost Ev - 'ry_ night I could die oN ON ; = = SSS SSS SS T Ev - ‘ry day 1 feel lost Ev - ‘ry night CN could die Won-der where you are since we said Slightly faster 02/18/02 5. One More Lonely Night ce Db 32 33 34 + = —s74 SES =z Wor - der what you're think - ing Abuiz Ebm ch eee = SS Le I can see your face and’ the sun in your Dbsus4 a F ——— d Db7 . 35 36 ; a ar = SS - Please come back to me safe and Bbm pull-back... A Tempo SS - Ti- fied we'll lose 02/18/02 Meno mosso Abm7 5. One More Lonely Night Abm cbn = Abm thm Abm7 bm Ny Dm 4 cb Abm7 ab cb a5 Since we said good - bye a Db Abm Ebm Abm chsh DbIF be - side -5- 02/18/02 5. One More Lonely Night Gb (Dracula enters) D> Abm Ebm Abm Ebm 51 53 54 ome = —— a n p . fe $3 = = — = SS seems so ye - ry long mo- ment Make each fly It since we said good - bye since we said good - bye ——_——_—_— ee Sp a : zs cb aba? Bn Gb Cb cb abich 59 60 61 T A = since we said good bye. - } 7h 1h t es = = a 2 — : ee a | ~~ T T = ee oe = ae au 02/18/02 5. One More Lonely Night RACU LA: z 8 “ a 22 ———— ——¥ oe oe T eo. t = D> Eb —3—— oo 3 Fm ——— sr —- (ee ee = I shall ‘be with you to of-fer a sin-gu-lar __ gift. 02/18/02 5 A Library Underscore Cue Dracula:"...before or after Music by Frank Wildhom dawn, for instance." Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 1 2 = Jonathan:"Shaving, yes. I could "You have cut yourself." find no mirror in my quarters." gue tS ope — fF F ir Bae == = =| (as Dracula urns) Dracula:"There is not one in the castle: they flatter \_ "You must be "What is this man's vanity, nothing morc.” carcful with this” around your neck?" aN is 8 9 10 11 12 = er — = = =—— —t —— Dracula:"I told you we Jonathan:"This? Oh, a crucifix given to me in Bistritz by the innkeeper's areas ition ood Jady, when she heard J was travelling through T1 Ivania." a Upersh ti g ly, whe: as travelling through Transy! people." [MUSIC OUT] Vv. S. Copyright © 2001 5A. Library Underscore 02/18/02 13 14 15 + Y = = = ‘Cue Dracula:"One "please do not go to sleep here, or anywhere else in the castle except for your chamber. This is a serious warning. If you even : «el more piece of advice: begin to feel drowsy, you must hurry to your quarters." == te ————— qe q 16 17 18 19 20 21 = ee = = —e | = — a +t = Jonathan:"Thank you, I will.". Dracula:"If not, I cannot be responsible for what may occur. Goodnight, my friend." Gbipb AbIED Fm e oe 2 SSS SS os ; 2 ZB ma 25 26 io cB DB pe FO ——_—__—— + a BE = = f > g T + a Ge oe : AL | ’ — 10/3/01 [Jonathan, Vampire Women] Dracula's Exit to Corridor (as Dracula exits) Music by Frank Wildhom . Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Mysteriously Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 4 LYNETTE: Jonathan MARGARET: Jonathan SARA: Jonathan JENNY-LYNN & LYNETTE: a - — - —~ B fesedesos ———- = =| ’ ' ( mp move... a == — (Scene shift) a = i A ceeee eRe COREE Eee eeneee = LYNETTE: Jonathan Em Quick 3 1 1 4 e 7 < ce ———— In - ti-ne - rim In - tt - me - fm _ —=" = : ce play 4 times (door slam) se a + + x = * Se ee HCE = 75} & * Strong a a 7 Em vocal last X . a ot a z ef ——_o———_ {= Jonathan| I start to feel that I'm a pri - — soner here normally 4 X's 3 Velie vee liet Copyright © 2001 SB. Dracula's Exit To Corridor 10/3/01 (slam) Am6 B Em #10 ——,- 11 12 . 13, o = i — y fo Mi-na God knows that I have cause for fear In this ac-cur-sed place £ = == = 7 = 1 2 r F VAMPIRE LADIES: | Ooh = Ss a = 5 2 . rf : . > > . : > > > > > > (slam) (slam) 14 15 16 7 ——S oe A o— St a ——t ty Will this strange be-ing who ex - ists by night Let me go free un-less I stand and fight Will 1 ma-ny doors All of them locked I'm in a spi - der -2- 10/3/01 5B. Dracula's Exit To Corridor LYNETTE: J EmD Am6IC B En jonathan 2B 26 a OOO to ebb VAMPIRE LADIES: Ooh Em i 27 23 29 — = 3 SSS SSS eS — SSE OO I hear strange voi - ces ift - ing through the air VAMP: vocal last time 30 31 - ” e 32 — —F = I hear wild laugh-ter but there's no one there Tm un - der “some e - vil ee? 3 aaa co if SSP SS 3- 10/3/01 SB. Dracula's Exit To Corridor Em 33 34 Se 35 - t om = — a? cao _ = — spell I'm wri-ting let-ters to you ev - ‘ry day 3 pes] Am B 36 37 38 # ee = = _L -o- wh = == SS SS SS But I've a_ feel -ing they're just thrown a- way There's no way that I can = SS Em 39 40 41 42 = —— —— tell : f —" t t “t = 3 z < = a > > Segue as one 10/7/01 ‘ [Vampires (offstage)] Lizard to "First Taste" i" Music by Frank Wildhom Cue - (Jon beats on door) Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos SSS SSS SSS SS Gm oo F & g 2 fi, 7 Co Se = y JT [73 _Jid+ JT ul aq = = 5 F i (lizard) — = ett # 2 ef oh. eee f |e ¢ ff ¢ 2 SS (Romanian) LYNETTE: Jonathan \ GI IO} | GI 10}}) He Copright © 2001 SC. Lizard To "First Taste” (English) TRACI/LYNETTE: Jonathan 10/7/01 1 F SARA/MARGARET: Jonathan Slower 14 15 16 17 = = 7 — Vampire. Women: "Jonathan, Jonathan," etc, all aT “orth -2- 5C. Lizard To "First Taste" 10/7/01 (eyes open) 3 3 25 ——— = = —er = 5 $ i tee 2 = ——F > 2 = {———= = — SS] (Jonathan wakes) (lids) 8 : synth pad, stopped hom, low reed, light gong 02/18/02 Forever Young 6 02/18/02 Music by Frank Wildhor: Lyric by Don Black and Chnstopher Hampton Cn 4 Give me your mouth Abm Cm 5 6 7 8 t = + aE Fe f << SS ee — es al u - pon my mouth, give me your skin to sa - Vor. Give me your breath ef #¢ (=e T = + — Abm Cm Abm 9 10 ll 12 SSS —9 7 a az o oF —- — eed o u- pon my breast, taste our im- mor-tal fla - vor, come and ac-cept our Copyright ©2002: 02/18/02 6. Forever Young Plea - sure to its fur - thest ex-tremes like a hal - lu - ci - na - tion, 02/18/02 Abm 25 Cm Ebm 6. Forever Young G+7 + 29 30 3} 32, —— SS EEE . Cm Dbn Cm i 29 30 31 32 SS — —J SS Live for - ev - er love for - ev - er, feast for - ev er, = —SS> = + 7 oe os # ev oe aT 5 path == dance for - ev - ef, sing for - ev - er, young for - ev - ef. s be. 02/18/02 6. Forever Young Ab G 51 52 53 34 —=——_ = = For Cm Ab G 51 i 52 3B 54 o The taste of blood is on my tongue for - ev - er young, for - ey - er young. a t i I = a = $ - a == SS 02/18/02 6. Forever Young The taste of blood i for - ev - er young for - ev - er young. Ab G Ab Diab for - ev-er young, for - ev-er.. 02/18/02 7] [Dracula, Vampires] Fresh Blood Music by ii DRACULA: 02/18/02 Lytis by Don Back & Choe amen cm Fim 2 aun = —— SSS SS SSEE SPOKEN: Sa nul atingeti V-am dat un ordin Nati vrut sal tinett I é a if SSS ft — a Vi D475 3 GH7 ctr 5 ——— o : ha —"— = f ms f a 2 == ——— — told you this man be longed to me. You ne - ver have loved. You don't know how to. a= SSS DRACULA: F#m D#m7b5 Ge 7 A 8 fs Oh, yes I can love. I'm sure you re-mem - ber how it used to Gites =! P = : a gee == ——— oe — if Copyright © 2001 02/18/02 v2 V3 Vi: 7. Fresh Blood Dm Cim Dm Chm Dm Cim = D#m7b5 Sia] cin 10 | —3— “ p— 3 —— a eect 4 SS == E be. Ss SS We need him now. Give him to us You must feed us Are we to have 2S aa aa oN —————————— = = __—— — 4 oo + G Cc Cem G im ei 3 3 3 3 — : | “o_o _# sy oz o—_ =o Ss no-thing to night. Have I e¢ - ver let you down? I've brought some- thing from the =: = —— 2S. oe f= mf IL - 7___-= + G¥ C#m Cem 15 — town. I've al-ways un-der-stood-your hun ger. And once I've fin-ished with this kill, you may kiss him at your oe rPey—= of mf r Fem : ay cm I— ctm of , 4 77 ee — will, He will make us all- grow young - er. Take your bun-dle and leave me. (mother of baby begins to wail) = > % = — fant ? SS SS 02/18/02. Fm There. is work to- be done > foo oS Val: Fes 3 Chm Un-less. my ears de-ceive me D#m7b5 ot 3 GH 3 7. Fresh Blood 3 Some-one's af-ter us. ‘This is some mo-ther's 7 (baby moment) ot “ 2 (wolves) 2 a = = ) Ce SOR. clm é = $ oa ” ie ore H $5 a ¢ ve ae ars a f at SS —— ae = = = = apa ge = a = == sO a * ro * o ; e + i | — oir PZ o- o f oe = =—a Ab the childdren of the-night Those who hide themselves from- te light - Can-you-not-hear their se-cret mu-sic- So 9 25953 935 SRS Se as a mp SSS —— a Ss cfm ot CHm: — SS I am their mas-ter, their bo-yar 1 sum-monthemfrom near and far to make in-to-xi - ca-ting mu-sic. igeas 3 ges 2 ilgea 8 asses 3 eoeags333 TS SS SSS == 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood Em cm Em cm —— ———_ p25 : ite = —— But i's time now to leave them I must fol-low my plan Ziytsg Syegs * sss Sag sassy sssst sss ss ————— —SS SS ss == aS F c D¥m7b5 cet en —_———— i 2 — 7 ee ne 7 =e ae a i—¢ sae t By fe I shall have to be-reave them I need pas-tures new What I'm need-ing is —— bh SS far et telphs $5829 #902 ose eee Fey) lle = | aoe == + o oe. + r 5 ! " oo eo wl Bbm Bbm Em blood to re - c/Bb Bbm ra m5 e™ Abt Ab PT oS teat == + ————_ Fo 4 eels! ce T — No one will sur - vive me in those dark So - ho chef == oe oe SF55 Fst y eas Fas} “aes - een, —————— —E ir SSS eS a v ew ra j oe 02/18/02 Fim ra Fi Dim7b5 ; 7. Fresh Blood fo cHm i 3 Ge #m i‘ rs in 26 4 3 73 3 There is work to. be done Un-less. my ears de-ceive me Some-one's af-ter us. This is some mo-ther's > chm (baby moment) x “4 2 (wolves) 23 = ——— —— SOR. cfm a mI ; SO 58s SSP Jog gd 8s 2 gees od ose a ; | SS — = = _ o es ¢ é oe ? ie sf cn oso =o woegles = +S Ab the child-dren: of the night Those who hide themselvesfrom- light - Can-you-not-hear their se-cret mu-sic. ——— Peta 723 3 oye Sass ese 88s 3 ae mp - : —__ —_—_—__———" / chm ok CH SS I am their mas-ter, their bo-yar 1 sum-monthemfrom near and far to make in-to-xi - ca-ting mu-sic. $58 195 8 S59 Sass SS ged 8 eee 9 eae 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood Fim Cm Fim CHm 28 23 But it's time now to leave must fol-low my plan Dyn7bs cg a = Pe T shall have to be-reave them I need pas-tures new What I'm need-ing is C/Bb Bbm 244 Bbm Em blood to re - vive me k oe Bbm my reo Cm Abt Ab one will sur - vive me 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood of 36 37 lanes Vampires 1, 2, 3 Im-mor-di - te Nos. - fe. - Vampires 4, 5, 6,7 cere ae When I breathe your Eng-lish air Tl be a stran - ger ev - ‘ty 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood ot cfm cfm K i re e i Zs — oe oF ee __* where noonewill rc - cognize my features T'll go outhunt - ing allnightlong justonemorepale facein the SS a= ee SS San- ge - le, San - ge - Ie. o it — ie oe H vey aS sas a a “3 = SSS Att eae og a we! Cm Fin CHm 4 throng tum-ing them all in - to my crea-tures Here the peo-ple all fear me Fim _ Chm Fim Chm p__ aie =e — ———F —— =—= Ge we v Their de - fen-ses are strong They re- fuse to come near me z t Te} “zg o eg ees eege - e eZ Sa ae ——- ——F Ee 7g al eu WL 1el wel wis 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood D#m7b5 cet 45 I need pas - tures new What I'm _ need - ing is C/Bb 2 blood on my pil - low call it a C/Bb Bbm m4 2 cm Abt Ab 4“ 49 = —— fe ro A mere pi- ca - dil-lo Two punc : tures in the 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood C#m Fimg GH(b9) . skin You and your Mi-na Will live for-e-ver You'll do my bid-ding You will taste the ter-ror in the Strong! streets LYNETTE: Ah! Other Vampire Women: Jm-mor-di - te Nos - fe - ra - tw Im-mor-di - te Nos - fe - ra - tu 2nd time.L.H. 8vb... Dm at Dm 56 57 i @ : ae Bloods: a mea-ger- sa-cri-fice A: most rea-son - ab-le price’ for all the ri-ches I am giving *g sys 3% #y25 3335372 ft 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood Dm 58 ———, Weare the children of thenight And we musthide ourselvesfrom light But we may feast u-pon the liv-ing =— Y In-ti- ne - ri-ti Dm Gm 2 Dm a = == : 9 o- = — 4 —s a s ——F : We can- take our slow. plea - sures. We won't.run out of . time. o- We can. take our slow plea - sures We. won't. run. out. of. 7 ze ee ool FFF Z 2 2 f —— Ss SSS 02/18/02 7: Fresh Blood: Dm + am 24 Em7bs A In°- ex-haust-a°- ble’ trea’- sures Lon - don's full of them In-- ex-haust-a- ble trea - sures blood to’ re - store me nights by the Thames blood wait - ing. for me 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood Bm DbiB Bm Fm Fresh blood run-ning - through me bleed Lon -don dry eH ¢ e al a ze e poco a poco crese. (to end) a= — = ; == F eo 11 02/18/02 7. Fresh Blood Im-mor-di - te Nos-fe-ra - Im-mor-di - te Nos-fe-ra - Ww 12 a Fresh Blood to Asylum | | Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton LYNNETTE: Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Em pees a Yah é 7 = as Steagee = w 2 7 2g — SEF === al e : (Jack Seward appears) [MUSIC OUT] 6 7 | Copright © 2001 ~ The Master's Song 02/18/02 Music by Frank Wildhom Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Vocal : SS fe = = 3 Two years a« go I was mind-ing my bus'«ness, tend-ing my gar-den at sun = rise. I heard a voice in my Em6(omit5) Fm7>5/E Em Am7 B7 10 1 weaceg 12 13 14 6 o a ie 7 , head that in-tri-gued me, _—‘I ans-wered “yes" was I un- wise? Thus it be-gan all the long prep-a-ra-tion he = ae eS Se aS SSS SSS == iF Copyright © 2002 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song Em7 GID (oe Am7 15 16 17 18 need - ed for his plan. he can-not en - ter with - out in - vi - ta- tion and és oe - — Bt B Bt B7 Em c B7be 19 20 21 22 1 { : — I was his man. That's why I al - ways know what he's ' = as SS Em c B7bg Am7 B7 Bt 23 24 28 26 —— oe £- e — ——— ial = r | think - ing. I al - ways know when he's drink - ing and from whom when he oo Ci 7 zo > = o a | : = = c B79 30 t slips in some-one's room. Oh yes, I al - ways know who he's i 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song Em c B7b9 Am7 B7 Bt 31 his tri - um-phant laugh - ter i v when he Pot de da=™ i __ [men | ve __@ i ae — _—— =¥ = ae as ey + * a = ™p \ = SSS + : t t + a Em 39 40 4 42 “a3 44 He sails a + cross the sev - on seas, his Vamp for dialog 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song 52 53 34 5S al 56 3 r —————————— p= =e 5 ————— —— -—= = 5 moon come up, he drinks the blood of slaves. We have ¢ d-—— pad dd dd de a o 58 59 60 61 62 his song, sing it loud and strong and the ooge te 2g ni ans a Fm7bs nt Bae n ee JACK: = ma - ster may give you new a Tell me a a —— SS wag a 02/18/02 Em9 Em F7 8. The Master's Song 74 75 76 7 78 79 Emg Isn-'t he a fig-ment of your wild im-a-gi - na Em F7 Dm B po 81 = 82 83 : 84 85 tion? This is what we doc-tor's call a mor-bid ab-er - 1a - tion, T've seen Em9 Em F7 Emo 3 92 3 4 por 94 ~— 95 —— ——= —— i + ae o— = mas - ter. You must un - der-stand that all of this is con-fi - den - | a} —— == z 4 ¢ ei 7 e “* | { —+ Lo 4 -5- 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song Em F7 Dm B7 96 97 98 99 100 104 4 = — == + = © +— a | et tial. Take my word for it pre - pa-red-ness is quin-te - sen tial Im Tea - 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song B7 116 7 18 119 120 121 {> - e — F oe Em Gm 133 134 135 136 a ype a Zz | F- ats 7 02/18/02 Em Gm 137 8 8. The Master's Song — mops = 4 a = a ¢—___—€ === = = eee 146 ion 148 mis 150 mult kin = tl sta pin hi Shi_¢ tim - pul sé kin - tam in - 4 4 | 4 4 : +—* i g | EOD |Akwi on oo, o ss SSS SSS an a ere = (ee SSS kor 8. 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I al-ways know where he's sink-ing those sharp teeth, I know where to send the o “ h 5 —" : = i { — : t + — { SS = = zi ° : e a Z z 1 Csust C ,F™ 192 Dp cre 193 F™ toa? c79 5 : ; oto —d —— —F t wreath. Mas - ter, they think a locked door pre - vents you, you're on your way, I can = : e meee s | p= i _ = =t == aS = me =: t—e= at 4 . o . . a . we es Bbm7 Csuse CC Bbm7 Csus4 c Bbm7 198 196 197 198 199 ee e i 7S 2 F Tema cooomsl eee == sense you through the win-dow, throughthe gra-ting, through the floor-boards, through the fan-light comes the poh Se ae Pp : —— t t —4 ws = : = as — 4 = 02/18/02 8. The Master's Song csus4 C+7B9 ey Fm 00 202 28 : - fe - é a t } mist and’ you're kissed. ‘ wlll alll ll Whitby Bay Underscore _ 8A Lyrics by Don Biack.and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue - Lucy:"What kind Lucy:"...who of dog?" Mina:"I don't lashed the captain 4 to the wheel?" know, it disappeared." , 3 —_ = = = % = j Sustained, in 3 SSS SSS SS SS SS Ere == _ as a (Lucy shivers) , = Mina: "What is it Lucy? 3 a = = = t 7 SS Piu Mosso OS _ 2 ~—— + é = T tT ao ; eo 4 = ——+4- = 7 Lucy:"T don't know: I just Mina:"This isn't what we suddenly felt chilled to my came out here to talk 5 bones." fe ; about." [MUSIC FADES] 2 let ring Copright © 2001 10/3/01 Intro to How/Choose Cue - Mina:"Describe them to me b A w Music by Frank Wildhorn one by one." Lucy:"The first was Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton the American gentleman, Quincey Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Morris:” 2 ettee = = - t oO Se =e pig! as — "He has the most enormous hunting Lucy:"He comes from Texas and wears a big hat" knife, he showed it to me." 3 4 5 6 —— = oo = = —————— fie ms = e—_t ——— et ti See eer SES} | letring... — | i {Ry } a ; == : = ° ee o = * Mina:"That doesn't necessarily sound very 7 encouraging.” A eaacaet eo. Who came next?" Copright © 2001 10/3/01 8B. Intro to How/Choose Lucy:"The doctor: Jack Seward. He's still not thirty ycars old Mn 12 = = = =r ] _——s Cay ap + f rE wp gents 4, = = =— {—¢ Se a "and already he runs a large lunatic asylum in Purfleet." 14 15 16 ————— = ; £ ge £ 2 . a —— 4 v9 aie fl tl I GSI Mina:"A husband whose attention would be divided = aon between you and a gang of ‘And the third? gis lunatics." 19 20 oe ————— - ] hie a ! a ase Lucy:"Was the biggest surprise of all: Arthur, Arthur Holmwood: we've always been neighbours, known each other since we were children together...," 25 23 2 ARH Pr 10/3/01 8B. Intro to How/Ch "...gonc riding together, becn to all the same partics..." oose 25 26 27 23 a es + == = i % £ A = Ht pit | 3 f + ae ; = 3 J F i _—? Oe G v "and he's never shown the slightest interest in me." 29 30 31 32 _ = ——— + = | — (end of Arthur's yawn) 38 > 41 M 02/18/02 [Lucy, Mina, Arthur, Quincy, Jack, Servants] 9. Cue - Lucy:"...I presume How Do You Choose he'll have his estate to i Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorm et Mina: "Ah." creTyPaee Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton ca ear Light, Simple Waltz Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 1 2 5 6 Lucy a you choose7—————_ One of them is B7 7 8 9 10 — L eet z = ——F i = a 2 ee a o — brave, one of them is bright one of them is bor Copright © 2001 9. How Do You Choose 18 02/18/02 EWE sweet, one of them was sad, one of them was G(#11) G D 2B 14 25 26 L =e = SSS Tich yoice holds me in Where - as L = ee 3 == = T ba G(#11) G D 27 29 30 4 = ————| - = SS SS Ar - thur - ne - ver ° - pens his mouth at {-———— —— ae = = iw = 1 9. How Do You Choose 02/18/02 B7 31 34 ——a= all. z ft > SS r | q S oe a tS What's. SS Whats. a ranch? Leam-ing bow to nurse? SS —————— 1 elu SS Tr = oe ele qalie 02/18/02 9. How Do You Choose 43 44 45 46 tJ Be Ca —e gene —— = ae = vs es Who. you _love?. 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How Do You Choose G(#11) 111 D —_————_ ——— ci - ting,. wise or tall. But per - E 13 124, 125 126, Z SS Fact—___________ is I love him and I al - ways 9. How Do You Choose 02/18/02 FenvE 127 128 129 130 ain 5 SSS have done. FimE —s — f a SSS = Well, then fol low your heart and be e t cee ———— sf + ia aS + SSS — i — ~~ 4 2 2 oe oe ¢ oe E 31 132 133 134 — pe SS SS E He's so stea - dy and qui et and = eee —— Fave 10 { Q2/ 18/02, 9. How Do You Choose 139 140 142 we | T Tvé sitice were : aE old. tt] AmiG eo | 6 6 147 148 Le z - > ——— And ace 6 pei 02/18/02 9. How Do You Choose G(#11) if i, a 1 4 ‘ | Se Stas — T “ f Bb(#11) Fil) b feb 18 te 168 E E 16 170 be \ > i = 02/18/02 peus4 9. How Do You Choose Gi + ven that I'm bor a ing. CT DS o e ry LL —= SSS SS a oe 13 02/18/02 9. How Do You Choose 14 02/18/02 9, How Do You Choose Bb(#11) Ddim FIC Fdim AbGLD) Ab 193, 194 195 196 - missed Bb) on 198 agen ae i oe 202 (eee == == = SS SS SSS man Wheare 25 ff Ar = thur hed: fi --nished be - | fore he be =: - a a —= 2 =e i [SSF ——- } man Wheare.- as. Ar + thur hed fi» nished- be - | fore he be - eS b= Q cc : = = man Wheare - as. Ac + thur had. fi. - nished be. - | fore. be be. ‘ ee = z £ = = = = = Pee = =e = : Wheare.- as.- Ar + thar bad fi - nivtied be - | fore be be - in + === — ————— == = = . ; AbGEHD) ‘a Ab Eb + fe o , = ——e — = —= Ge ms = ie Pe tea 3 be . 02/18/02 9. How Do You.Choose’ ce: F 203. Vv \ choose.. | You'e ‘GARET: AR 02/18/02 9. How Do You Choose MARGARET: 215. 216 oe a 219. 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Not | you Not | you you M —— = +—— = (attacca)’ Vee 2/18/02 [Vampires, Guy] 9A Choose to Mist - Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton * Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 2 3 4 San - ge - Ie San - Copright © 2001 2/18/02 9A. Choose to Mist San - ge : le (Dracula enters) 13 14 15 16 17 a fq Ab______ —J = ———l ———— fe___ (lights—1st X) er. ee a: aos a wl & 2X . . E = poe L peehsh iis ~ 23/2 y (silk) (lightning) A > > se a! > ”AMP ie f 4 —- t aH ———— = i s ar 3] = —— GF I etch aed oe PE PES 9/27/01 tae The Mist - (10 Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 1 2 HE = = z j Lucy: "It's so difficult to describe" Lucy My —_—_—_ AMaj Dmin 7 9 drown - ing yet felt some - how free. En - Copright © 2001 9/27/01 10. The Mist BbMaj Gm7 Dmin 11 12 _—_ 13 L = SS — > a— ra - tured by his eyes the bum-ing eyes of a su - preme_ hyp ~- no - tist. I __ TF, Ee =$ 4 as V aa a “ a na ii, gt ———— = »_ 2 1d 4 == Se Dmin 22 dogs—_____________ were howl ing or oomin 24 4h 26 a ZI SSS SS Ss was it just a And when he ap - peared be - side me, I SSS = ee === eeee F : aa a 9/27/01 Dmin 27 BbMaj 29 had lost my 10. The Mist Gm7 voice, I had no choice, I had no Dmin Gm6 AT 34 32 33 34 ——— = will re - sist. drift - ed way with the . z : ++ e Pe P —_— a = Pz spmin 6 agemin/Bb ap? == = mist. There was a sing - ing in my ears 10. The Mist 9/27/01 Asus4 4 eomminBb et spoke a - bout all Asus4 Mina: "Me?" Dmin Gmin/D Dmin 51 52) 53 4 54 o oe _ ————_ you as Gmin ATb9 55 58 57 58 = [SS = = SE = > Am Em D c Dsus4 D Gsus_|MINA, LUCY: 53 time to re-place my steam - yacht, there's no earth - ly ex-cuse for go - ing slow. We're de - $ fr DT Maj7 Tax - is to Eus-ton and steam-ships to Ri - 0, DbMaj7 26 27 28 Tax-is to Eus-ton and steam-ships to Ri - 0, bi = 0-graph Pic-tures at bi - o- graph pic-tures at Wil-ton’s all day. Spec-ials to Par-is and hot-air bal -loon-ing, 29 30 31 32 ‘Wil-ton's all day. Spec-ials to Par-is and hot - air bal-loon-ing, pho - no- graph cyl - in- ders 02/19/02 10D. Perfect Life/Modern World 33 34 — 36 pho - no- graph cyl - in- ders read-y to play. Absus4 Absus4 —-Ebsus4 Ab Bbm Fm 37 38 39 40 — > 7 | * ae i + wa - ter, was your dish- es by ma - _ chine, With-out mov -ing from your Eb pb Eb Absus4 Ab A E 41 a, ' B \ 44 bed - room, have a word with a man in the Ar - gen- tine. More and more sur - J st —— a : = i 02/19/02 10D. Perfect Life/Modern World Asus4 Asus4 Esus4 A 45 46 47 4 - GES = = ; t == - i = More and more as the fu - tue is un -_— furled. . Bm Fim a5 46 a7 a -o o + — pris - es as the fu - ture is un - furled Take a rock - et to Pla - net t = - oe 4 1 E dD Esus4 Asus¢ A Bm 49 sO 51 52 SS —= ~~ oat Z Ve - nus, you can do what you like in the mo - der world Here comes the mod-erm world, the Lat; Fim/A EIG# E B 4 ae E Bm —— 2 t — = re —" * = fi — > — = = won-der-ful mod-ern world, off with old-fash-ioned think-ing on with the new. Hel - lo to the mod-erm world, the 02/19/02 10D. Perfect Life/Modern World E A D A - | | breath - tak - ing mod -em world, there's no - thing to-day that you can't do. A Amonth, ayear, long as __ittakes, TH still be 2 tort > 1ff 2 02/19/02 10D. Perfect Life/Modern World Cm/Bb DPMaj7 Bbhm/Db . poe DPMaj7 Bbm/D> CT1IG + fore Py 1 — B 74 16 4 oi { re 5 F = a ; a ¢ ese 5 a e ie bo == = 4 -7. 10/5/01 [Mina, Jon, Arthur, Lucy, Nuns, Priest, Wedding Guests] Weddings Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Amranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos MINA: F Cc Gm Dm Gm Dm C/E 4 aS) That's all in the past tor-ment us Now that you and JONATHAN: F | Safety-vocal lastx] C IT Are in each ° - ther's arms We'll ne-ver say good - c Gm Dm Gm Gm Copright © 2001 10/5/01 Til ne-ver let you out of my bye -——3— ———- z= = = f= : f = — — ee a a He en | - | a : a4 £ 2 o z SSS SS of sight Til be there By your side Till the day Thats die : = | = 1 > LN — —o —- t Til be there By your side Gill the day Ghar die Dm Gm Dm Gm Dm = Dm oN Dm 2 10/5/01 11. Weddings Bb Bbc = LUCY: _~G piFe ce GD G prt 17 e 13 19 20 _ - —=- . a — SSS since we said good oe ing Now we're to-ge - ther Man — and wo - man CHORUS: Ah! ARTHUR: He 7 — = ar i percept since we said good Years eo Bees wo - man ~bye CHORUS: @ el JJ a — SE ——# —— — * ; ! Ah! a = ; — SS SS f a — a 2 Bras TT 2 TT TD t = =| Pr ac D Be En op D Bm Em - { —==— ———= See === Hus - band and wife To love and che - fish Ih ho-ly wed - lock From this day for - ward un - = S. SSS 5555S SS = —— Pee = SSS Hus - band and wife To love and che - trish From this day for - ward un- 10/5/01 11. Weddings ic GD D G DIG ci GMD D 25 26 27 - eee == SS tl death you both shall pe are ga -_ thered To join to- ge - ther a L ~~ ~— == — SS = = — eS > ——# = We are ga-thered here to - ge - ther To join to- ge - ther til shall We are ga - thered To jon to- ge -_ ther —__#_ J { °- We are ga -_ thered To jon to- ge -_ ther =| == ——— SSS ae SSS Man and wo - man hus - band and wife To love and che ~- = rish [32' organ stop] 10/S/01 11. Weddings c GD DIC GB Em In ho - ly wed - lock From this day for - ward un - til death you both shall SS SS SS SS SSS In ho - ly wed - lock From this day for - ward un - til death you both shall 7S in ho - ly wed - lock From this day for un - til death you both shall , = 3 Tanna i ee ere “ =— — = - =— > 3 ¢ oy ¢ ¢ ¢ go a oS SSS _ ———= == = <= —, Cue to go on: Arthur carries Lucy halfway off SL ee — =] roll > —————_[{£{£=__aOA._— 5 10/5/01 [Nuns, Priest, Wedding Guests] 11 A Weddings to Drawing Room ae i acy off ; Cue - Arthur carries Lucy offsiage halfway SI. Music by Frank Wildhorn Sara, Margaret, Jodi, Emily: Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton chm ; Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos ; 3 5 6 St ee a S T e 7 oC Pay re Jenn} y-Lynn: naa sstre taal) lel a tea Liel | tell et 1 ai te Llellt ie 11 1e. Li te Liel ly Liat. ta tell ety tl ale. iol) twLel Well elt ltt | telt ei a = te] fl we b (Quincey 1B 14 16 reaches center) 17 pitexit) — Cue to jump: Quincy walks SR then back to center effect fecesacacieeaaee nel ie Lil alle rete we ‘ella 1! ie] el Wie Canricht © 201 10/S/01 11A. Weddings to Drawing Room 1s 19 20 = = Ff t 2 2 cn _ -— _—~ = —~ f o o o— +e es — jump to m. 12 on cuc 2 let ring ao: = : | 7 = w Cue - Quincey: "What do you suppose they're doing up there?" Arthur: "I wouldn't know." (% EE —— — (Jack Seward enters) (Jack pours himself a drink) [MUSIC FADES] 22 B 24 25 oii ———— = = A (waiting music) Jack sits [MUSIC OUT] - 2. o 2. -» -» eo 2. 2. e - 2. » 5 oe a a = = = End of Scene Underscore Music by Frank Wildh Lyrics by Don ans and Christopher Hampton Arman: ry Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue - Jack:“You must , pe listen to what the professor has to say." Van Helsing:"No, first we must act:" 2. . 3 4 ——— } rsd i aw ae + ij —— = 2 —————— “And crucifixes, the image of thy Lord, they cannot withstand it." 3 10 11 12 cw Se iaaver Copright © 2001 aes Drawing Room to Bedroom Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Pb. — TS a + == el v 3 —] 1 = 1 oti —= SS x y a A eobMC_C__--> Da.- mai gq. om sus cymbal/soft mallet | synth tom g EB ae =z ad lib accents... simile thru bar 10... ; real tom piano ar — SSS veo Ue ve 7 a ve SF s & + 5 + Eo eo > + +s GbOse nnn cnn nner a ese ane en ee = ry if Copright © 2001 9/21/01 12B. Drawing Room to Bedroom tom Sa Atmospheric chord continues... > I te call sus cymbal/soft mallet = 2 $ yC oT 7 ny eo Sa oo 9/21/01 12B. Drawing Room to Bedroom B= 9/21/01 12B. Drawing Room to Bedroom 2B —— oo == —=— = ——}— = dl Suddenly Slower oo a te ty a wf Syl, : 9 He 02/19/02 e . Invitation 02/19/02 Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton va fit SiS = ppoei ieee re etes = a at to ne ee > Se 3 aed = HER Copyright © 2002 02/19/02 13. Invitation Dm Bbm Din 27 cresc. 28 29 i i i Fttm Blackout 41 Safety Vamp ee __ Bipb 3 = — 3 3 : fi g oN « | | a sts £ = 4 vo > sshd Na ahd P a —+ - =H -2- 64 Cloves of Garlic "Bam!" Cue - Van H: "No! Get back from her!" Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Armanged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 2 3 4 eH — = | > — = — Van H. a | = Safety ed Copright © 2001 Man Of Woman Born Music by Frnak Wildhorm Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Gn Gm Cmé/G Gm Cmé/G 2 3 4 5 6 Soprano o = + Man of wo-man born Hath a short time to live Is f = = Alto t +t t+ Man of wo-man born Hath a short time to live Is f Tenor = = = = rs — Man of wo-man born Hath a short time to live Is £ fares 5 : Bass | Oe = = = = Sr Man of wo-man bom Hath a short time to live Is 5 GF Céim Gn/D Bbq) Bb D Eb@11) Eb D 7 8 9 10 Be Copright © 2001 9/21/01 14. 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Life After Life B Minor FHsus FA Bm Bov/A 68 0 ee gin, Life af - ter life af - ter life af - ter GMaj7 BmiFe Bm Bm/A GMai7 BmFe Bsus4 nn r 3 3— 7} 3 , OF 3 1 73 r 3— + 3 14 o —e f—° — —- —— ca ESS SSF PS life af-ter life af - ter life af-ter life af - ter life af-ter life af-ter life! > > cr 3 Vr 3 r 3— 3 == = SSS i: + # SF sas eee === t =a —, i — re rg ig ing re 7 gas ,_ox CO n ee = = | ss3s3s 53> S333 7 eins 332222322 3 ime tte teeie —————[—[—_[_£_££—___ —3— | ——3—— 6 SS Sa + z v a s 5 Fvsvssve v > > > >F>eeee gE Funeral to Tomb Cue - Jonathan:"...you should listen to what I have to tell you.” ee Music by Frank Wildhorn Arthur: "Very well." Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Vampire Women Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos | 1 } 2 { 3 { 4 4 1 SS Sa == Se Im-mor-di - te Nos-fe- ra - tu Im-mor-di - te Nos-fe-1ra - tu Nos-fe-1ra - w& Lynnette: | High, sharp with ring Ri Copright © 2001 10/7/01 joa 15A. Funeral to Tomb Lynnette Emily 9 Margaret 10 ll 12 Jenny-L Sara Trey In - ti - ne-rim In-ti-ne-n- ti In - ti - ne-tim In- ti-ne-i- ti Jenny-Lynn: Sharp Margaret: | Sharp, high Tracy: | Arm sweep poco a poco crescendo mf Jenny-Lynn: |S = - SS SS —s tier ters Sun-tem vesh-nic ti-ne-re Sun-tem vesh-nic ti-ne-re Sun-tem vesh-nic ti-ne-re Sun-tem vesh-nic ti-ne-re Jodi: | sharp, high Emily: | Sharp, high = SS Seaaaaaasnsnaseenaaaa ase n ——t more explosive St $4 —# —e—e rn LF an 4 ~e “th ~ a Segue Ten He Finale Act I [Van Helsing, Arthur, Quincey, Jack, Jon, Mina, Dracula] Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildborn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 2 = == = Van H:"Undead one release “Undead one release him him we order in Jesus name" we order in Jesus name" Vocal All except Mina:"Undead one "Undead one release him release him we order in Jesus we order in Jesus name" name" 3 (child rushes into Mina’s arms) VanH.| - FEMS , B7 Em ALK 6 7 8 9 77 ON Vocal Un- dead one, sur - ren - der pre-pare to bow, be-fore Christ. 3 —— maa Copright © 2001 10/7/01 Vocal Vocal Vocal Em All (except Arthur) 16. 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Dracula Version List 2/28/02 Entracte Mist Reprise There Are Risks Db Holmwood to Asylum Asylum Underscore Renfield’s Gonna Get It Master’s Song Reprise Neck to Salon Heart is Slow to Leam Mina’s Seduction Seduction to Hypnotism I Blame Myself Pull the Pen Killing Time Jonathan’s Promise Deep in the Darkest Night Train Sequence Part 1 Train Sequence Part 2 Good ‘n’ Plenty I'll Be Waiting reprise The LongerI Live Em Deep In the Darkest Night Reprise Quincey’s Death Hello, Castle Heart is Slow Reprise Hello Again, Castle Finale Act II 09/25/01 02/19/02 02/19/02 09/27/01 09/27/01 09/27/01 09/25/01 10/07/01 09/27/01 09/28/01 09/21/01 09/27/01 09/27/01 09/26/01 09/27/01 02/21/02 09/29/01 09/29/01 09/29/01 09/27/01 02/19/02 09/29/01 09/21/01 02/21/02 09/30/01 09/28/01 09/29/01 page 2 (pp. 6-7) 9/25/01 17 . Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Entracte Cc Dm 5 Bb 4 — : = { 1. o- ow > Z , A7ID Dm Bb c Dim BbMaj7 6 : 7 8 E. 10 e- 2 o— =a a aE = @?'—SLU€U4xsS__” —_——_—_—_—_—_— St ; : £ —| J = = =a > > Z ¢ d. Dm BbMaj7 EbMaj7(#11) AbMaj7(#11) 12 13 14 | — ns —? — Eo =< > = = £ 4 You've Dm Bb oa poco rall. Bb T I = o = Le a mf oY segue as one : —— e o Copyright 2001 o2/19102 [Mina] . . ' Mist Reprise Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorn ‘Tempo di "Mist" Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton D G Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos m m 3 slipped A7b9 Dm 4 5 6 7 All your suf - fer - ings are Oo - ver and he's dis - pos. - sessed. He mm) —_—=__ Gm Dm Gm at 9 10 uy 12 SS SSS SS SSS bad you in his thrall you had to fall but who could e = ver Te + sist? I’ know why you ee = = 2 tte J " CJ ” [a i + Frhy | a. a = = - P ~e Copright © 2001 02/19/02 17A. Mist Reprise AT Dm/A BbMaj7(#11) Dm/A BbMaj7(#1 1) 13 14 L 16 1 wor - shipped the —_ Dm (STAGE DIRECTION] a ATICH 18 19 . te 2 o. 2b. 22 fi 2 23. 7 @ e fre a = B ee ote £ v ——— f = —# = =e = SS — Bb Edim Dm Dm 6 ~2? cas 29 - z 22 2 & = —— FE — ———— —————————— oS = a ree aS ana — Los — Dracula: "when you summon me, . and not before." Dm/A BbMaj7(#11) - OUT CUE: VE: "Strange, I thought Edim AT 33 I heard voices." 20 —_s 3ly —_ 2 |<]. 34 35 — cee SSpretetes. [SESE —— = —_— : 2 © Se SF 02/19/02 There Are Risks Db Major Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton do this on my own, I've no fear of the un-known, iit would not be fair to risk your lives this And it's not just your lives you brave, if you fail you'll be his slave. Take fiJiii4 Copyright © 2002 18. There Are Risks Db 02/19/02 Absus Ab =| Bbm 3 cb 10 ul JONATHAN; 1) pee 13 3 ht 4 ~— a = aS — = oe See s —e—e—e care, be - ware. 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There Are Risks Db GbMaj7 cbiab cb Db - T2 Some - times must do what's right. ==> Q —_~ -6- 02/19/02 There Are Risks D Major Music by Frank Wildhom Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton do this on my own, I've no fear of the un-known, it would not be fair to risk your lives this — . o- fee — 8 g g f 2 Fsus Fe Bm Gkm7b5 9 way. And it's not just your lives you brave, if you fail you'll be his slave. Take fIitji.4 Copyright © 2002 02/19/02 18. There Are Risks D Asus 4 3 Bm 3 ce 10 | JONATHAN) 1 — B 3 e—-? = J == = = aa —— a 4 ie oe — care, - ware, Till be be-side you Pro-fes-sor no mat-ter what you may say ———__ — FFF oe FF 2 ee = i a 7 hat Bm 3 3 c Bm 3 3 14 16 3 3 3 This is a once in a life-time ad-ven-ture so count me in You may be need-ing some med -i-cal know-how a- c 3 Arch emp ALLA, Fam? GIA A 17-—3— en = a9 6S = SS { long the way 1 want to be there too We're all with you 4 i Ee = SSS SSS SS * * * Ff ——S > a _j J 4 Tod d a3 Sear = = —= z = i Z V tT Fr STS D pick Bm? 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There Are Risks D who lin - ger on the ~ Gmat DIA Afdim DIA Asus A 45 46 47 —__—_, = 1 Ge 2 : = JS = es * : —— = eer z a wrong side of the grave The tor- ment - ed un-dead long-ing just to be dead Wf. + ro oS ie ie i ma f\ wes EE D pick Bm7 DIA 48 ; 49 ' 50 ' 51 ; L ae - 2 = — i : == +-— There are risks worth tak - ing there are bets worth stak - ing oe 18. There Are Risks D 02/19/02 pick Bm7 DIA 56 : 58 39 z = ——*, ee a Ss == o = z oa = | night. : There are tisks worth tak - ing, there are worlds- worth shak - ing, | Sd pa Pre Certara em eee = : is cs +42 = i- a of - : a oe) 5 GMaj7 DiFt Em Bhim A 60 61 62 eB + <>. } 7 some - _ times there's no choice, a man moust do what is 02/19/02 18. There Are Risks D GMaj7 GIA c D 72 B 74 78 76 Some - times -6- Holmwood to Asylum VAN H: Surprise him with her! Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics oe Don Black and Christopher Hampton tranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 2 3 4 —— + = SS ————— pp ee 7 = = bw # wet + t= w +s # OOO > > > > > > Vampire Women ~f tn) Copyright 2001 9/27/01 18A. Holmwood to Asylum ——__ [s0¥] i rr | fot Trt rt pr? 20 SS ™ B= Se SS PST Tiss sists Z = = = = (fade as dialog starts) ee : SSS =F == — 2 — a Asylum Underscore Cue - Renfield:"Very well, Mrs. Harker" : Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Moderately Slow in 3 2 3 4 —— SSS SSS LL Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 18B. Asylum Underscore Mina:"Is the world worth your soul?" [MUSIC FADE] 3 14 15 16 17 18 e 9/27/01 18C Renfield's Gonna Get It Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Chnstopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue - Renfield:"Don't walk Jack:"Calm yourself." Renfield:"Please, tat ni doctor, I entreat you, I implore you, let me ! 5 down the street at night! out of here at once. Put me in a straight waistcoat, in manacles and leg irons if you wish, but don't keep me here another hour. — 3 A a | ! 1161 Jack:"Nonsense, Renfield, you're perfectly Renfield:"Tomorrow will be too late, safe, you're well guarded, you have nothing to doctor, don't you understand? For God's fear. I'm grateful for your frankness today and sake, you must take me out of here tonight!" in due course, tomorrow perhaps, we may Jack:"That will do..." [MUSIC FADE] begin discussing the terms of your discharge. 5 6 7 8 ——— —— = — Copyright 2001 9/25/01 1 9 [Renfield, Dracula] The Master's Song Reprise : Eee Music by Frank Wildhorn Cue - Mina: "Good evening Mr. Renfield, and thank you." Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Lightning once on 3rd cage opening Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Renfield sees Drac 4 4 1 2\ 3 v ~ Drac: "Oh, Renfield." Sf ve £ Renfield: "Master." Cue low B: Renfield: "Be mericful, Master. If you..." 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Neck To Salon a aly AR oe = s ig mor - a te sg ™ ol —E = os = e se : = > : wo 5 z = = a 5 : = f £ if F f fF F F Other vampsIm = - mor - di - te Nos - fe - Ta - tu > > = > > > le San ge le ie . . Ss eS Se EN OE A San - (typing music) nf —— = —— Fave fl!) fide wy GE 10/7/01 19A. Neck To Salon mm The Heart is Slow to Learn 20 Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhom Cue - Van Helsing: "I think our friend is right." Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 4 "...clear on our mission." 5 6 (Jonathan exits) 7 8 9 EMaj 13 ps oe = o — It seems the heart is slow to learn. No one can tell’ it what to do. Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 20. The Heart Is Slow To Learn CHmin AM7 Am(maj7) GHm7b5 c¥7 rn 14 418 — 17 38 gee SS SS ee It ne-ver learnsfromits mistakes, what twists and turns it puts us through. 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Some fi-res ne-ver cease to bum. — et a eo = Am(maj7) 46 AM7 Am(maj7) B79) EMaj 44 45 come as a sur-prisc. That the heart is slow to leam E ‘ EMaj i 47 “ amnimal7) 49 RYT 50 4 : ts —— == = _ Jearn. The heart is slow to learn. a rs CRE Ee = z P s —4 rity : 8 4 — = oll 9/27/01 20. The Heart Is Slow To Learn Se ee. wY (thunder) They sit On Drac's arm Jon falls 59 60 61 i — = = = ———_—_—— Segue As One 9/28/01 [Pracula, Mina] . e - . Mina's Seduction Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorn Cue - Dracula: "We have met before I think." Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Slow 5 s Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 3 4 a "he would be a dagd man." Copright © 2001 Tempo (in moderate 1) cm 9/28/01 Fm o 20 22 21. Mina's Seduction Bbdim Dm Edim Dm Gdim Dm 2A 25 26 27 2B 29 the one out of all the loves I've known All these cen-tur- ies a - lone, you are a poco cresic. Gm Em7b5 Asus4 9/28/01 Dm Gm Dm 40 21 - Mina's Seduction é : SS : T — i> Moderately -— r Dm Em7b5 Ang Dm 53 54 + | Please don't make me _ love you, please don't make me need you. Bdim Gm Em7b5 A7 Dm Em7b5 $5 3 56 ~—— 3 ——5 57 = . 5 — SS SSS You know ve - ry well I can't tum you a - way I can feel the night fall. 5 5 ff fh? PHEDCO Ry Fit f pa d daa ’ mi P P 9/28/01 nae . Anb9 Dm Bdim Gm Em7b5 471. Mina's Seduction 58 59 — — 60 -—~ 35 — t 2. zz be — ~¢ oe EH oe p I em-brace your dark-ness. o—s-t it But must I give up all the beau-ties of day? pane ee pat pte Per Pepe pe Jodo hg heheh Se 3 F = HoT r Ebm Fm7b5 ~—-Bb7b9 Ebm Fm7b5 —-Bb7b9. 61 62 6 64 7 s £ = oe qe 7 ; 5 1 a Dracula] Pure plea-sure for in - fin i ty - Whyshould we all be bom to OPTI a agitato 7 ah kebge trey = = ——- Ree PF AGF ue Lo : bove. My blood will be your blood, my bed will be your bed, to-geth-er we will pass the cen-tureies a~ oe Ebm Gdim Eb79 Fdim Db7b9 65 66 os 68 © - die? I of-fer you my _ love e - ter - nal love. A love un-chang-ing as the stars a he ee : 5 _ f # £ f ef o, f i —o —=s é ae SS — Ht f er ggg dingy gf Sg de = ° ‘NP a Gb | Both ChiEb BbID Ebm . 69 0 71 72 — os = page ee SS i Le S39 SS SS mf poco stringendo gg gd \ Spaow poco a a aa) | o & =. oe is . Ebm Dracula 76 21. Mina's Seduction old. Our gold will still be gold. There's al-ways a to - mor - row Em Fedim Em Fim7b5 80 e) Mina aS —— = SSS Em | Dracula Fidim 84 cai GEG I SS f ap — prt dd dg pd od Abdim Am Fr guise. It tells me that you feel the things you want to feel. rt — be 7 ae ‘ = - pee SS == = -oE —-——F trol. You have that far a - way look in your eyes, a look that no-thing spo - ken can dis - “es: ——__ oh | | | iN J + — > H 1 — SS ee = — mf . A, abe o> $$ | a te oe > a a G me ent a” . 85 (aS SSS SSS SS Your bo-dy wants me now some signs you can't con- paar e —_- = o =~ a, TS — er 3 te + y = = 9/28/01 21. Mina's Seduction Afidim Am6 B7 Em x 90 91 92 ie Se J oe o_o a a a a a | | ceal, We'll live our lives and then, we'll live them once a - gain. There's al-ways a to - mor - row, eo $$ =a is es ; a8 = LY) = BE ee ee ee we c [Both | Em c Bsus4 a Both 4 95 96 LN —=s- oO — K ~ _ nb re's al- ways one more ni or ight. oN ‘o. (ong hold 97 —— 8 99 pop 100 pe ae oe - o= oe o—= | molto agitato EET Ps ° : . 9/28/01 Molto Meno (in 3) 21. Mina's Seducti Bot 's Seduction a am 106 107 N 108 109 110 \ 111 | = 3 = - ae ie SSS SS : J oN How can we tum back when we have come so far £ JlZ —~. az = = «= f T a ———= 7 eo t 7 = - = Se 2 — a z B Em 112 7 pom 3 K_ll4 us, ims o ; r { y f eo ae An-y sac+fi- fice is worth it to be where you are. You I . Ss t e- T ———=££_=zz=z_ : < LU = Be | — g Cc Am Em 116 117 eee ns | a) , 119 — ——— = o —-* = ¥ HS SSS = = had me in your thrall, you had to fall but who could ev - er Te - sist We're a. >o»y oT éaS™U aC. £. fee £ £ sf £: te ¢ == - 7 ; T Am Piu mosso B F B7 120 121 122 i 123 s oe : T t T melt ing way in and = we'll al ways stay in, To - fr ft? if fr = aaa ae rye = ce 21. Mina's Seduction 9/28/01 * molto rall. (roar) (cross effect) Seduction to Hypnotism Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton- Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue - (right after roar) Guy at center E = “Hh = [Safety] | a 5 is Euee e : = — a ee : LO Sf 6 ee 7 — Van H. turns to exit 6 8 9 Ab___ Copright © 2001 9/21/01 21A. Seduction to Hypnotism i 12 3B “4 (Quincy speaks) Ab___. Ab_— Ab Ab $. 2 —+ ce — Quincy: "Whatever the Professor says, Arthur. “Evidently” seems like hunting down this devil ain't going to be as easy as shooting fish in a barrel." Quincy: "But I'm making no other plans till the job gets done, are you, Art? Arthur: "None whatsoever." (Van H. & Jack arrive) Arthur: "Whatis it?” [MUSIC OUT] 15 16 17 18 é ef ie a or } = i= = = J Repeat as necessary | I Blame Myself Cue - Jack: "I blame myself." : Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black and Chnistopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 3 . > “6. (pipe ip tape = Pp a Ss : == == a > lS 1 ul $A ie e —* Ne 7h qual el Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 21C Pull The Pen Cue - Van H.: "Understood." Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 4 Cue: Mina: "All is dark." 9 10 u 7 sustain CT [low notes on cue] Copright © 2001 9/27/01 21C. Pull The Pen Cue: Mina: "Yes." Van H.: "What are you doing?" [MUSIC OUT] 12 B 14 — = = =— — = a z od 2 7 jt = 2 = [low notes on cue] 9/26/01 Killing Time [Ethyl named it] Cue - Mina: "There is one more thing of utmost importance." 21D Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos "...not hesitate to kill me." [MUSIC OUT] 4 = —-- | = = = 5 SS SS eee te Se = === = === —— a gat ee =e = Pa —_ = 10 ~ = to ——. 12 = —— SS ee oe a a a a a ieee — t : 4 13 14 15 16 — =e — SS 55 —e—* se oe 2 oe = = SS o o- B o = oo eee ie Qe = £ o' Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 (Jon, Arthur, Quincy, Jack, Van Helsing] Jonathan's Promise Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Cue - Mina: "That I might live." Quincy: "I promise." Slow 22 Music by Frank Wildhorn Bb Fm6 Bb Fm6 8 9 10 11 cb jie 3 oS Hl sure it could-n't hap-pen but should that day ar-rive 1 pro-mise I will hon-or your com-mand I Bb Fm6 Gb Bb(no3rd) 12 13 ; 14 15 —t+ oe will not let you suf-fer as long as I'm a-live you haye my word ——— | a oe = — —————————————| mp = =, SS Fe - > = ——=15 —e— Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 16 cb All Guys 22. Jonathan's Promise Bb(no3rd) 7 18 a a SS es i : | o Le 2» = 30 —= 31 fz eS rr — e == —— es He z= a 2/21/02 [Van Helsing, Jon, Jack, J |- Quincey,Mina, Maids, = Deep in the Darkest Night Women Emsemble (offstage)] EbMaj7_| Van Helsing 1 Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton AbiEb Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 3 4 ‘Now that we've found where the en-e-my's lurk-ing, no-fthing can stand in our way. 5 - eel — SSS SSS SSS Since we are fac-ing the for-ces of dark-ness, we must be the cold light of day. Gm Ab 9 10 1 12° eee ——— eT (SEES TOSS oe a 7 a SS er We are the lan-terns that burn in the light-house, the can-dles in the crypt We are the Copyright © 2001 2/21/02 23. Deep In The Darkest Night Fm Bbsus4 - 13 14 All 15 16 = SJ | i ae —— = got “ae 4 a ad light, let there be light — z ¢ $ oe c r —~—— aa — 1 a Ab/ED EbMaj7_ | Van Helsing 17 fail. This is a war and we must be the vic - tors, there's too much to lose if we Cor ttl lt Cry |eir Ces errcer j ADIEb Bilal [Jonathan | 2 a 2 cb = + = = a a ee ae = =| We'll cross the seas like a band of cru - sa-ders, search-ing for some pre-cious grail. T PTT TIT tlitil titi ae 2325 a 2 2/21/02 Quincy 23. Deep In The Darkest Night Gm Ab 25 26 27 28 a = 7. —- = — a S V T We are the em-bers that glow in the win-ter, the dia-monds in the mine. aaa ee SS Gm Let's take our torch - es and = pray God will show us Eb cm Gm Ab Gm Bb 33 34 35 se = t f ae —— dark est night when there's no spark of hope. we must be 2/21/02 23. Deep In The Darkest Night Eb BbiD cm CmiBb Ab AbIBb ° te 7 . 38 39 40 o—— = + = = ial = —+— % > — é _ a z == S = points of light piere - ing the dark - ness. Bright as the Eb cm 44 es = —— dazz- ling : oe o Va? # Eb Bb/D 45 cruel - _— est = o —— t a ¢ ve 2/21/02 23. Deep In The Darkest Night Bb Eb ° “ 2 | _————__2 + = = = a = — a == — 3 2 SS heads And we'll jour - ney on. _& EbID cm Eb/Bb o | — ri + = —— Ns —=# 5 = v = o—s =| BS z a~—s + = ————— oo So gee oe © iv¥v es s3¢ cm Gm cm Gm 53 54 55 56 = =e — When the great bat - tle com - mene - es, sure-ly the light will pre - vail. == ptt SSS 3 = - 73 Sgesag 2° 2 jiegsdg We will break down his de - fenc (sounding pitches) 2/21/02 23. Deep In The Darkest Night Add Jonathan/Mina Fm7 AbBb = B E Cum Gm Bt 62 63 : 64 —— = : Ss eta — no +t = F a “i i se =e = i = 7 $ a sun will ise... Deep in is dak - est night, when there's no = _## fe Ty =k ’ z == = i $ = — | tS a ——: = = 7 = —f— < ; 3 oe. oF ee A Gtm B E B/D} C#m . s i 66 67 . 68 tab : : —=_— o— — = — eS SSS spark of hope, we must be points of light pierce - ing the o> : PoEegte E = F ———— : + A B E CH Gm 70 1 7 — dark ness Bright as the dazz ling stars in an in (normal notation) Lt 2/21/02 23. Deep In The Darkest Night A E/G# B E BIDE cm 76 2/21/02 [Pracula, Jon, Mina, Van Helsing] | 24 | Train Sequence Part 1 Revised 2/21/02 Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos be : : = SS es ee | wT] ki Ss Gm |VanH. FIG Gm EbIG 8 Now close your eyes your pret - ty eyes the ev'-ning sun - is [Safety-vocal last x} nf a te Hy | en] and you. can feel the things he feels and on-ly you can give a T = a= - {_———— — — — — —. — = qt a aan rr Copyright © 2001 2/21/02 gh 24. Train Sequence, Part One BIG Cm6 13 14 15 16 ob +} a — | —=* ad ————S voice to the thought in the mind of the wak - ing un - [Jonathan | She made me give my pro-mise, a ter-ri-fy-ing pro-mise. 21 B = —- e — I™_~ —= S*YS§|Y} }'YY..- 2 , Jj] 4 ¥ +H - : —-F — —S ee Bh bic Bhm Bbm/ab ut Ab Sa It's not the kind of pro-mise made ev-'ry day 35 Pp colla voce Se & T —= 2/2102 Bbmo Abrab Bbn pbab 24. Train Sequence, Part One 30 32 29 31 a = —— ———————————— Zi 2S ee SaaS es to de-se-crate a tem-ple, to tram-ple on a flow-er, to catch a but - ter - fly and then just i toy —————=£ZNO I! tear off its wings. It's worse than — ia Pee je —S —S ¥ Se z 5—* = oa fo = es we o To dim the sun be- fore © sum-mer ends, to burn the cas-tle down be-fore the Gbiab ab Db bbic Bbm pbiab GbMaj7 bib 39 — 40 41 42 r 5 = = = + e = =z o—| = — prin-cess is a-wake To kill a love when it's still so a-live. I could-n't do it, my heart would SS eS SSS pS f = == 3 = 2/21/02 2A. Train Sequence, Part One break. But I have g-ven her my word. And if the time should come, I will do what I pe fer or terry 144 = PoE a. + an a XX A D Alch Bm BwA must, how could 1? To dim the sun be-fore the sum-mer ends, GMaj7 «GA a A 3 4 Aich Bm DIA a —— — (a= Sa LJ cas-tle down be-fore the prin-cess is a-wake. To kill a love when it's still so a-live. Tl keep my ae. [om 2/21/02 2A. Train Sequence, Part One GMaj7 GIA D Aic# Bm DIA G(add2) G/A 54 _— 55 56 57 —— oe o— ae eo E f — er SS v word and my heart will break. I'll keep my word and my heart will 9/29/01 (Dracula, Jon, Mina, Van Helsing] 24 A Train Sequence Part 2 Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Gm Cm6 A I hear the soundof wa - ter 65 67 re = = o- oe oF oe I hear the sound of wa - ter still but wa-ter pass - ing ————————} 5 SS — poet eee igeee tes: eet TS Copyright © 2001 9/29/01 Cm6 7 24A, Train Sequence, Part Two the - wa -ter rush-es _ past I hear voi-ces but what's 2 voic- es but what's is not some - thing J 3—— is not some - thing = SS eS Some - _ thing else there's some-thing else I 7 78 19 o— n = a Ce 3-1 Some - _ thing else there's some-thing else I —_— ——— Qa Ej Z 7 “2 = =a = 9129101 amps Am7b5/Eb ab 24A. Train Sequence, Part Two 30 81 82 : = SS rz — rc == = 7 = eS can't quite hear Just let me whis-per in your ear 80 81 2 can't quite hear ————S==zzZ Ps EE = ——— = bs Db Gm 3-——3——, _-——+3, 84 85 | = —- —-— —— ee = Till be wait-ing for you oe “ ie {— ——— Al ways young I - ma-gine stay-ing al - ways young 86 87 88 afte = = == —$—$————— Al - ways young Al ways § . rit? (ity |e eee ee ‘5 ——= wef , 2 a1 9/29/01 Abm7b5 pips 24A. Train Sequence, Part Two 89 0 | 91 en i 7 + zi SSS ae — oo why should we all be bom to die? Let's leave. that-to the SG young why: should we all be bom to die? ———S —— o a? 7 a 4 oe a a 5 pts "ee De = = ; oe Z. = uo Ghm Gtm 2 8 94 T J a bu - man race Doomed from birth 92 8 94 ‘, =— +—— = = = a ===> Doomed from a —3-—— 1 [aoa a SF on eae 7 =" > west Pres =" et ee cirfh Lies [SS SSS ee BE fe = = — a 4 = 7 Chm 95 —3-—_% 97 rl SS SSS SSS ~ —_———— we don't have to go down that road we don't have to shoul - der 95 —3—__ 96 97 . =y = birth we don't have 1o go down that road yea” #lgetee SS vw al ae | = — 4 fe J a —= SI = a 2 o 9129101 tums bibs ctm 24A, Train Sequence, Part Two i 100, : 98 \ 99 : i+ = = ; = “tas s s = a eo vo ot that great load It's. not some - thing we'll ev - er face ca — ae 101 you know there is no you know there is no eee ae tight or wrong you're com-ing here where you be-long 104 == 106 Tight or wrong 9/29/01 24A. Train Sequence, Part Two pire ; Gt 107 : 108 ~, 109A ties — F ce —# ra 3 =e je + — I'll be wait-ing for you —3— — as ——— 7 == aimee eS iw Pte © Prin 2 | 7 eelers se] > S 1 Ky oC ev Van H. AiG Gti Act Gin t uo SS —— 111 12 — ee 13 - Go on, go on I com - mand you! Tell me what's there .in your mind f [Mina] Act Ghm AC iw 114 115 2 ome 117 : , 2 oe o == a ra o—# ete Sor-ry what-is it you're say-ing? Are you an-gry? What have I said, what have I done? I was a - p colla voce 9/29/01 24A. Train Sequence, Part Two Gtn FHict us 19 120 = —- Te 7. pttsus4 pe I beg you please for - give me please 11g 119 120 (i - ! - eee sleep 2 E —= ——__====z_ | of —= — F£ eS pfiffi l pfu sd Gin EG# ~e pf FhicH 124 121 SS But ev - 'ry dawn and sun - — set we have this chance = one fleet~ing chance as flies = PL == thf dis r Tp) T —~T?D = 2S P an 7 8 p Ghn EIG# E(#11) E/G# 125 ‘mm 126 127 128 =—— = = —# = [a ee = — == SS when on - ly you can give a Yoice to the thoughts in the SS = = == as a : FaFaral Sra a YS fe = = a 7p Tt Tr i 2. 9/29/01 24A, Train Sequence, Part Fwo 131 132 133 134 segue as one Good 'N' Plenty = Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Chnistopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos p (under dialogue) Sr 12 B 14 15 P b bs 7 _—_— — ee A 16 17 18 19 20 f — PA a —— - — oH 4 — aa = ie a Z ae Z = io at AH ba = aa Copyright © 2001 9/27/01 Dracula, Vampircs, Guy} 25 I'll Be Waiting Reprise Cue.- Quincy: "A Winchester's handier in.a.crowd." Music. by. Frank Wildhorn. Quincy : , Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton: Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos SiS es Copyright © 2001 9/7101 | 25, Til Be Waiting Reprise Cm [Dracula] Am7b5 : 5 Om [Dracut 10 a 12 tell them Don't tell them ev -'ty - thing Just Tet me whis-per 2 2 Ab iD 13 14> 3 3 Se Se ES ——— in your ear TH. be wait - ing for — ; =| Segue as one oo ——be- Soo — Sj —_ o eo 02/19/02 254A The Longer I Live | [254 i Music by Frank Wildhorm High key Lytic by Don Black and Chr stopter Hampton Adagio Espressivo bm Ab 2- Abic Asim = Bhm = Fm/Ab_ Gb I've seen so ma-ny sun-sets in my life, I should knowev-'ry-thingthere is worth know- a: Bhm Aby @ DP bic {dim Bbm wo FvAb {— — es === i SS eae, =e ing. But since 1 saw your face, I don'tknow where I am, there's no map that can show me where I'm 2S aa SS Ee —|%__»p 2 — a b if 2 sus D7 4 Gm te 5 “by = { = isd = @ go - ing. The long - er I livethemoreI! won - der SSS eee i= Copyright © 2002 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live High key 16 Dp Gm EbMaj7 Adim AT 17 18s, 19 D : we ez ————— = £ =r = = t + =< a if T know an-y-thing at all. if [ve ev-er been in love I can't fe - = * J 23 ¢ 4 Gm EMaj7 Am?b5,, D7 Gm x a SS ee = =e right. I'd_ give all my yes-ter-days for one more night. pee To a PSSST = eu 28 G7/B Cm 2 Agim A 3p US : It's hard to make each mo-ment count when you're a-lone, may-be that's all you need to know. 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live High key Am7b5 2p8 = spre = —a—— long - er I live with-out you near me, the long er the emp-ty years will pg SSS ‘ a i oe o- = o- SS a FF ; — t= = = == 5 a I Z ye 2 35 Gm EbMaj7_ 36 Am7S5 39 D7 per ft = —o- ie etee = == =e be. My — world will not tum un-til you tum to — FF. Je = Gm 38 39 40 4l = = 7 = = = Ss me. [INSTRUMENTAL| wy Gm Am7b5 a [TT Gm 7 9s as = ea + o— SS SS SS er __$ — = a Be +S — ae = = = — <= 2 co Nail apm Tangs ae I world will not turn un-til you tum to me. aw OS : tg — _£ Ete Se SSS = —————————— 2P Ee fy =e ¢— = = — = 02/19/02 ; 25A The Longer I Live i Music by Frank Wildho: Medium (demo) key Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Adagio Espressivo Gm FAB WAR Sim Gin = DimF# OB I've seen so ma-ny sun-sets in my life, I should knowev-'ry-thingthere is worth knéw- FHAH Diim/FH 10 Di Gtm 22 Fhad faim Gm But since I saw your face, I don'tknow where I am, there's no map that can show me where I'm Zo - ing. ie long - er IlivethemoreI won - der | | > z te . we i i 1 1 1 1 4 ‘ 4 " cae a a2 4 Copyright © 2002 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live Medium (demo) key 16 bMaz : cro Fm nM? Gaim G7 z — = = 2 e = Gee I f= =i fo i if I know an-y-thing at all. If I've ev-er been in love I can't Te - : e- a J aes a = es : = 7 = =p 8 eck oa: A seep he— 2 C Fm ,, Gm7s , re The long - er I live, the less I'm cer - I have all the an-swers cerry 2% Fm DbMaj7 Gm7S,, C7 Fm 27 I'd give all my yes-ter-days for one Gaim G 31 US : — eo 5 = tl a a Taay-be that's all you to know, The | t = * St 7 oe ‘ P —+ ee —# — T oe zy os 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live Medium (demo) key Gm7b5 sf Ps er I live with-out you near the long er the emp-ty years will crerr My — world will not tum un-til you tum INSTRUMENTAL Fm Gm7b5 Sf DbMaj7 Gm7b5 c7 T a # ‘pp ay at = — a2 02/19/02 254 The Longer I Live | [25a Music by Frank Wildhom Low Key Lyric by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Adagio Espressivo fm F spb FIA Fidim Gm A Dm/F Eb T've seen so ma-ny sun-sets in my life, I should know ev-'ry-thingthere is worth know - D Gm FIA Bb FIA Fedim Gm Dm/F 6 7 8 9 10 a E SS ¥ He 1 a - 4 oe ime oe = ing. But since I saw your face, I don'tknow where I am, there's no map that can show me where I'm ————— pet : — SSS SSS = iP 2 Bsus B7 i Em Fim75 ——— c Ei f go - ing. he long - er llivethe more I won - der Copyright © 2002 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live Low Key 16 R>O Fm Maj? Efcim FA7 I know an-y-thing at all. ev-er been in love I can't — 20 8B Em Fhm7o5 22 # m9 The long - er I live, the less I'm cer - tain that I have all the an-swers = vs 24 Em CMaj7 Fim7bS,, BT Em 7 = = : 2. ie xe oS = eee = Tight. I'd give all my yes-ter-days for one more night. ; = 7 os is SS SS 2S i 7 T SS = eee 2 E7G# Am 2 Ffigim FH Bsus = f= eet a = z —<———— + It's hard to make each mo-ment count when you're a-lone, may-be that's all you need to know. The Pie ! PS = zt + e- eee seed P = yd | cot =e J + =leearee er t 2 2 Z 02/19/02 25A The Longer I Live Low Key near My INSTRUMENTAL| Fem7b5 world will not tum un - til you (CMaj7 B7 OOOO ar — 43 # a 45 = ¥ world will not turn un-til you tum to me. i # pe = Bet ee iE Ses e ts r CT | op ——_—_—_—_- ge SS 2 Per J T T oe = 3- 9/29/01 (#2) [Quincey, Arthur, Jack, Jon] Deep in the Darkest Night Reprise Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildborn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 4 ee —— ——— Fo OT a i EbMaj7 —— SSS SSS - oN Now we can see where the en - ¢ - my's lurk - ing, > colla voce ft ADb/ED EbMaj7 8 9 [Ashu 10 "1 no-thing can stand in our 7 Now we are fac-ing the for-ces of, dark-ness, we oR Copyright © 2001 9/29/01 (#2) 26. Deep In The Darkest Night Reprise sn [aan sn 15 must be the cold light of day. We are the lan-terns that bum in the light-house, the CP —=~ | -———" — to e 17 All ‘e " 19 cas 5 = —— = = = Z can - dles in the crypt. | We are the light, : let there be + = —— SS Et rt ——— 9 St —— Bbsus4 cm Gm 20 2 22 23 = ! =: f= Ss light. When the great bat - tle com -menc - es, =F to er ppp — ——— = * 7 2 bd = a 7 Z cm Gm cm Gm 24 25 26 a7 = — ee = sure-ly the light will pre - vail. We will break down his de - fenc - es, he will eS SS Sa iv FF FF ts fir S$ ¢ a a Pret fiige a oe: 9/29/01 (#2) 26. Deep In The Darkest Night Reprise Fm7 AbrBb ae = ; = a SSS 2 a = a a ae eri ————— £: 2 s: ¢: — Ly = — ee Ht ids | el \ t dis ew eu 1 —— (offstage)] 2 6A Quincy's Death Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton Violently in 1 Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 1 4 "empty coffin" effect oN (wolves) Copright © 2001 9/21/01 7 iti i 1 a (carriage transition) i a fe 26A. Quincy's Death (dialogue) a a — P-f 2 Ee 2 Ze ff > a 9/21/01 26A. Quincy's Death Cue - Van H tugs on reins = = = > o o a { n 1 = 1 1 “ o: — ——— i In - fi ne - mim In - ti - ne nim. 2 + — i PP Ee ee SS Se Ss eS os os so Segue As One A (vaps Hello, Castle 27 Reading Version Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos (Mina in circle) 1 2 3 Cue - Van H. holds up cross (cross effect) dah- voices reverb cresc. e accel. poco a poco 7 Segue As One Copyright © 2001 9/30/01 [Mina] The Heart is Slow to Learn Reprise 28! Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhorn Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos a oN MINA ——— a —_—_— »s-—__ ad T a AMaié Gm? E C#m 5 6 8 ee —S— heart is slow to leam, No one can tell it what to do, Tt ne-yer - AMaj7 Am(Maj7) GHm75 9 10 " ET, SF se — [= =—-? - ¢ 3 : ie # ——— learns from its mis - takes. Thats why it fin - ally breaks and o - ver pow - ers oe ql Copright © 2001 9/30/01 28. The Heart Is Slow To Leam Reprise ch? 3-1 AMajé Gm7 E 14 12 (aoe 15 ad —— Some pas - sions ne-ver let you go. Some fi-res ne-ver cease to bum. alll C#m AMaj7 Am(Mgj7) B7b9 E 17 18 19 It should-n't .come as a sur-prise. That the heart is slow to leam. ae oe Segue As One 9/28/01 28A Hello Again,Castle Piano/Vocal Music by Frank Wildhom Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Arranged by Constantine Kitsopoulos 1 2 3 4 QDracula turns head) 10 1 12 43 14 15 | 119 $l alo a Segue As One Copyright © 2001 2200 29 " Finale Act II 29) Piano/Vocal _Music by Frank Wildhom Lyric by Don Black & Christopher Hampton Armaged by Constantine Kitsopoulos Em Flim7b5 B7 Em Flim7b5 B7 I step a-cross the line I plunge my-selfin mor - tal Dracula Piano I give in to the feel - ings Copyright © 2001 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II G CIE A B/DH Em 1 leave my guilt be - hind, who cares if love is blind? This cer-tain-ty is bliss, at last I know my Chaim Am6 B Em 1: mind, We'll live our lives and then we'll live them once a - gain, there's al-ways a to - mor We'll live our lives and then we'll live them once a - gain, there's al-ways a to - mor moll’ “FF F R/RFFO OF OS is Cc Em (their hands toucht 18 19 Tf Fisus (they kiss) 20 21 17 a, there's al-ways a to- mor - row, there's al-waysone more _ night. “SS_L_——" there's al-ways ato- mor - row, there's al-ways one more night. cate rt ——_ op ie (synth pad) 9 is || $l! oe a, 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II Meno Mosso Bm GB CHdim AMaj6 Gmaj7 Em/G FAT Bm 22 B 24 25 - 1 M = —s ——— SSS = = T be - I hear you fore you speak, Tm with you where - ey - er you are, D ite — = = = <= =———- —— = — hg eR can read your thoughts from a - far. The first time I saw your face, I knew I would make you mine, I felt the quick’-ning of the pulse, I felt shi-vers down my SS 3 telat 9/29/01 29, Finale Act II ay Bm GMaj7 GMa} FH? 32 33 spine. Mi-na, you're the chos-en one out of all the loves I've known in all my cen-tur-ies a-lone. Pro. f Bm GIB Arch AMaj6 M a Ev-er since I saw your face I've been try-ing to de - ny that I was hope-less-ly in love, that I could ev-ersay good- D Pno. ao poco Pr a ? poco GMaj7 i FH B GMa GMajé 37 a _ " ae —————— = ———| bye, now I know that can't be done, now I'll turn a-way from light and em-brace your end-less night. D SS SF I can read your thoughts from a - far. cresc. | 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II 38 39 . =— | SS Bm GIB A7ich AMaj6 SS en ——_ Z Se ae a But ev-'ry time I see your face I'm tor-ment-ed bythis doubt, can I de-prive you of yourdeath? Can I con-demn you to live oO as a Sj é = 3 = ; | f a t= ——+ ——<——— a alle! FH? out this dark cir-cle of des-pair? Or should T not set you free, and let you do the same for me? -_e.eeo (dialogue) a Y fs : [big synth pad sustain] 29, Finale Act II 9/29/01 46 ae £ —— = ——— Pro oo. ; ze Fe = SSS SS 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II Cm Ddim G7IB Cm 58 59 60 61 - M I was bom to love you, I was bom to need you, = — = “er t —— =| Ue € — { Adim Fm6 Dm7b5 G 62 3 these are sim-ple truths that I tried to be-tray. If you tru-ly love me, prove to me you love me, Poco Agitato in 1 6 61 6 69 (dialogue) free me and go back to the beau-ties of day. (scream) 9/29/01 29, Finale Act II 70 71 72 B z ei = — = M = (scream) ae beg oop FF me Fr Ty ¥ 1 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II (last X) Gdim 3 Fm Fdim 5 Cm Fm/Ab Cm/G es en pore 7 ae : T can't poi-son your life, T can't drive you in-sane, T can't drag you in-to my world — of > a —_——__. oR fz £ ~ 2 ; = 2 Hh Fs dl — t * 73 Pno. tf 3 3 aN oe r a 14! Gsus4 (scream) 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II 93 94 95 96 5 SS Ba Se giv - ing, strang-er's blood, im - pris-oned by the night. Lf What's the use pro - long-ing life when worth liv - ing? 2» # $!__... — -10- 9/29/01 . 29. Finale Act II Ab If you love set me free, and let me touch CHdim Am7 Fem7b5 B 112 r—3— 1 113—_3— (Drac steps into coffin) please don't make me end this be - fore it's be- gun. 114 us 116 117 M FHm7b5 B7 Fem7b5° B ——3— D Give me_atouenight-fall, give me back to dark-ness, give me back my soul and step in-to the sun. | oo a, — a 2 é Pno. F -11- 9/29/01 29, Finale Act IT Em bon’ Fem7bS gus TT 119 120 121 - M = SS ee == =| 1 was bom to love you By Em Abdi Am6 Fhm7 B7 4 eet : ats) eet a =] D = 7 is —— = 2S SS I was born to love you, lived and died to love you, I was born to love you and need you and let you go zd o i = 2 Kt Pno. M D Gdim Am6 B+7_ B7 —3— 3-3 3 a - t= Pno. 127 128 129 130 kat . é _—— = = = 4 D = ——— o (Jon rushes to Mina) Em > DIE > C/E > DIE b g =eites TY Pho. —_—_— , Ss ee som eo x —“(ti‘(_CS 9/29/01 29. Finale Act II Simply, in 4 131 “a (Mina turns head) 135 (dust effect) -13-