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All-Time Standards #5
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All-Time Standards #5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Warfield/Williams
Artist Fred Astaire
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100305

Price: $7.99

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Product Description

All-Time Standards #5 Composed by Warfield/Williams. Performed by Fred Astaire. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100305, UPC: 073999003055)

More than 25 faves in our famous notation, including: Body and Soul · Cheek to Cheek · Georgia on My Mind · The Glory of Love · Harlem Nocturne · Heart and Soul · I've Got the World on a String · Moon River · Ol' Man River · Stardust · Tangerine · This Can't Be Love · The Way You Look Tonight · You Light Up My Life · more!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
(I LOVE YOU) FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS  
ABY, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME  
BODY AND SOUL  
CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE  
CHEEK TO CHEEK  
CLOSE TO YOU  
DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL?  
EASY LIVING  
GEORGIA ON MY MIND  
HARLEM NOCTURNE  
HEART AND SOUL  
I WON'T DANCE  
I'VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING  
JUST ONE MORE CHANCE  
LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE  
MEMORIES OF YOU  
MOON RIVER  
OL' MAN RIVER  
ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET  
STARDUST  
TANGERINE  
THANKS FOR THE MEMORY  
THE GLORY OF LOVE  
THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT  
THIS CAN'T BE LOVE  
UNDECIDED  
YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE  

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