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Andrew Lloyd Webber Arranged For The Har

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Harp
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber
Arranger Sylvia Woods
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Harp
Catalog # 00720201

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

Andrew Lloyd Webber Arranged For The Har Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Arranged by Sylvia Woods. For Harp. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00720201, UPC: 073999202014)

In this book, Sylvia Woods has arranged 11 songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber from many of his most famous pop operas. Five of the songs are from Phantom of the Opera, as well as hits from Cats, Starlight Express, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Requiem and Tell Me on a Sunday. For intermediate to advanced players. Many songs have sharping lever changes within the pieces. They are in the keys of C or G, with fingerings. 36 pages, spiral-bound. Playable on both lever and pedal harps.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL I ASK OF YOU WOODS S WEBBER,ANDREW LLOYD  
ANGEL OF MUSIC WOODS S O  
DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA WOODS S  
I DON'T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HIM WOODS S  
MEMORY WOODS S  
MUSIC OF THE NIGHT,THE WOODS S  
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA,THE WOODS S  
PIE JESU WOODS S  
STARLIGHT EXPRESS WOODS S  
TELL ME ON A SUNDAY WOODS S  
THINK OF ME WOODS S  

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