Jeff Beck is a bona fide guitar god, so it's telling that one of the former Yardbirds rocker's most popular songs is his weeping instrumental version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" from "The Wizard of Oz."

Jeff Beck is a bona fide guitar god, so it's telling that one of the former Yardbirds rocker's most popular songs is his weeping instrumental version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" from "The Wizard of Oz."

It's a perfect example of the appeal of hearing musical mainstays in new arrangements.

Renditions of classics are what you'll find at the Columbus Jazz Orchestra's "Broadway: From Oklahoma! to West Side Story."

The musicians will perform re-interpretations of some of Broadway's most iconic songs, letting audiences enjoy show tunes sans jazz hands.

Nationally renowned pianist Bill Charlap (pictured) will man the keys for the showcase, and vocalist Bethany Moore will perform pieces such as "I Dreamed a Dream" and "Don't Rain on My Parade."

The playlist looks like any self-respecting Broadway fan's iTunes library. Other represented musicals include "Cabaret," "Funny Face" and "The Producers."

Gershwin, Bernstein and Brooks, oh my!