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Accelerated Popular Repertoire Bk 1
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Accelerated Popular Repertoire Bk 1

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Ff1470
Composer Piano Adventures
Arranger Faber/Faber
Artist India.arie
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Piano Adventures
Catalog # 00420252

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Accelerated Popular Repertoire Bk 1 Composed by Piano Adventures. Arranged by Faber/Faber. Performed by India.arie. For Piano Folio. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420252, UPC: 674398215706)

Outstanding popular repertoire skillfully arranged and correlated with the concepts in Accelerated Lesson Book 1. Contents include: In Dreams · Video · Star Wars · Hedwig's Theme · Fiddler on the Roof · What a Wonderful World · Soak up the Sun · Over the Rainbow · The Lion Sleeps Tonight.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF FABER/FABER BOCK/HARNICK  
HEDWIG'S THEME FABER/FABER WILLIAMS,JOHN  
IN DREAMS (FROM LORD OF THE RINGS) FABER/FABER SHORE/WALSH  
LION SLEEPS TONIGHT,THE (WIMOWEH) (MBUBE TOKENS,THE FABER/FABER PERETTI/WEISS  
OVER THE RAINBOW FABER/FABER ARLEN/HARBURG  
SOAK UP THE SUN CROW,SHERYL FABER/FABER CROW/TROTT  
STAR WARS (MAIN THEME) FABER/FABER WILLIAMS,JOHN  
VIDEO INDIA.ARIE FABER/FABER SANDERS/BROADY/HARGI  
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD ARMSTRONG,LOUIS FABER/FABER THIELE/WEISS  

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