The Best Andrew Lloyd Webber Audition Songs – by Vocal Type
Have you been asked to prepare a song by Andrew Lloyd Webber for an upcoming audition or project? Well, first you should check out our giant database of audition songs for specific musicals. But if your show hasn’t yet been covered by us, you can go through these Andrew Lloyd Webber audition songs, sorted by vocal type!
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First Step: Read your audition details
Please read your audition details carefully, as they sometimes specify the type of song they’d like to hear (a ballad, something uptempo, etc.). Make sure to select a song that’s appropriate for your specific casting call.
Quick Tip: For easy access to each song’s sheet music, backing tracks, music, time period, and vocal type info, just follow any of the links below!
ALW Songs for Altos
“I’m Hopeless When It Comes to You” – Stephen Ward
“Make Up My Heart” – Starlight Express
“Tell Me on a Sunday” – Song and Dance
“There Is More to Love” – Aspects of Love
“With One Look” – Sunset Boulevard
ALW Songs for Baritones
“Any Dream Will Do” – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
“Unsettled Scores” – Whistle Down the Wind
“Human Sacrifice” – Stephen Ward
“The Music of the Night” – The Phantom of the Opera
“Wonders of the World” – The Wizard of Oz
ALW Songs for Basses
“Pilate’s Dream” – Jesus Christ Superstar
“She Is a Diamond” – Evita
“The Greatest Star of All” – Sunset Boulevard
“There’s Me” – Starlight Express
“You Can Get Away With Anything” – The Woman in White
ALW Songs for Contras
“As If We Never Said Goodbye” – Sunset Boulevard
“Beautiful Ghosts” – Cats (film)
“Buenos Aires” – Evita
“Rolling Stock” – Starlight Express
“You Must Love Me” – Evita
Psst… Here’s where you can find out your vocal type!
ALW Songs for Mezzo Sopranos
“Another Suitcase in Another Hall” – Evita
“Anything But Lonely” – Aspects of Love
“Bad Cinderella” – Cinderella
“Unexpected Song” – Song and Dance
“Where Did the Rock Go?” – School of Rock
ALW Songs for Sopranos
“Here at Horace Green” – School of Rock
“If This Is What We’re Fighting For” – The Beautiful Game
“Once Upon Another Time” – Love Never Dies
“Think of Me” – The Phantom of the Opera
“Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” – The Phantom of the Opera
ALW Songs for Tenors
“Gethsemane” – Jesus Christ Superstar
“Love Changes Everything” – Aspects of Love
“On This Night of A Thousand Stars” – Evita
“Sunset Boulevard” – Sunset Boulevard
“When I Climb to the Top of Mount Rock” – School of Rock
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Audition Songs for Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals:
Have you used any of these Andrew Lloyd Webber audition songs?
And which of the above Andrew Lloyd Webber songs have you successfully auditioned with? We’d love to hear all about it in the comments below! And in the meantime, you can check out our database of best audition songs for other musicals.
Author: Stacy Karyn
Stacy Karyn is the founder of Theatre Trip, author of The Thespian’s Bucket List, and creator of The Cast Album List. She has a TESOL drama certificate, a BA in theatre, and has worked and interned with Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters.
2 thoughts on “The Best Andrew Lloyd Webber Audition Songs – by Vocal Type”
NEVER sing Memory at an audition! Great list otherwise.
Hi Katrina! I’m so glad you pointed that out, because I would absolutely agree with that statement 95% of the time as well. However, for a few very specific roles it may be okay to sing, and if your voice just somehow hits its absolute perfect sweet spot when singing “Memory” (or any other overused audition song) it’s okay to go for it as well. But you’re so right that most of the time it’s probably best to stay away from singing “Memory”. And since you pointed that out, I’ve decided to replace it on the list with a song that’s not so overdone. Thank you!!