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Piano Vocal Score

The Baker's Wife


Piano /Vocal Entrance of the Bakery #2A
Music and lyrics by
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
BARNABY: You hear that? He wants coffee but she is very tired.
DOUMERGUE: "Thank you anyway ... So nice of you."

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BARNABY: Who does she think she is? Putting on airs for us?
PIERRE: And where did he pick her up? She must be half his age.
ANTOINE: Snatched her from the cradle, no doubt.
CLAUDE: Believe me when an old rooster casts his eye on a young
chicken, there will be trouble in the barn.

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(THEY exit, laughing to ENGLISH HORN)

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The Baker's Wife P/V -5- # 6 Proud Lady

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arms and love will flow like wine."

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PHILIPPE: (Runs on) Dominique, Celeste says she will wait for you by ...
DOMINIQUE: I'm not interested. Tell her I'm not interested.
PHILIPPE: But...
DOMINIQUE: Im not interested. In her or any of the others.
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She splits my sen - ses at the seams, she sends a shi - ver up my

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spine, I see her bo - dy in my dreams, and if she's nor - mal she sees

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The Baker's Wife
PianVocal
Feminine Companionship #13
Direct Segue from #12 Music and lyrics by
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
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presence of a woman -- the sound of a woman, the scent
of a woman, the very essence of a woman... one has developed OUT CUE:
a habit that is impossible to break...(Sings) MARQUIS: "One has

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The Baker's Wife
Piano/Vocal #14
If It Wasn't For You Reprise
Music and lyrics by
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
PIERRE: You hear that? He curses me and my spinach. (Hubbub)
PRIEST: Quiet, please. What must not be forgotten is the
seriousness of that woman's transgression. (Sings)

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The Ba - ker's wife has ruined her life, let her fate be a

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les - son to all. Per - haps it is best she ne - ver re - turn. The

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The Baker's Wife P/V -2- # 14 If It Wasn't For You Reprise

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Oh pit - y the dis - grace that she for - ev - er more must

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live in! Nev - er show her face a - gain, nev - er be for -

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giv - en! And I say to those here whose lives are sin - ful,

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too: Our Jez - e - bel would not have fell, if it was - n't for...

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The Baker's Wife
Piano /Vocal
Transition to Hotel #16A
Music and lyrics by
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
MARQUIS: Together?
PRIEST: With them?
DENISE: You're wasting time, you know.
MARQUIS: Come... Let's hurry (MUSIC)
(MARQUIS, PRIEST, and TEACHER exit.)
OTHERS: Good luck!... Bring her back, etc.
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SCENE 5 (to script
p.II-5-101)
SET: A small seedy hotel room... Day

(DOMINIQUE, undressed, lying on bed...


GENEVIEVE in a slip, looking out window.)
DOMINIQUE: You know what I'm thinking?
GENEVIEVE: Hmmm?
DOMINIQUE: What do you say we go to Paris? I've always wanted to see Paris.
GENEVIEVE: Paris?
DOMINIQUE: I've got a pal who lives there. He can get us a place to stay, find
us some work.
GENEVIEVE: Yes, but...
DOMINIQUE: But? You have a but about Paris?
GENEVIEVE: I didn't think we'd go somewhere so far...
DOMINIQUE: So far from what?
GENEVIEVE: Nothing. I was just thinking... nothing.
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The Baker's Wife
Piano /Vocal
Curtain Call #19
Music and lyrics by
STEPHEN SCHWARTZ

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The Baker's Wife P/V -5- # 19 Curtain Call


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