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The Artistry Of Bill Evans

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Bacharach/David
Arranger Evans/Wetzel
Artist Bill Evans
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Series Personality Songbooks
Catalog # TPF0148

Price: $16.95

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The Artistry Of Bill Evans Composed by Bacharach/David. Arranged by Evans/Wetzel. Performed by Bill Evans. For Piano Folio. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # TPF0148, UPC: 029156072686)

Ten songs from this jazz master display his unique lyrical style. Alfie * But Beautiful * Dolphin Dance * Emily * I Will Say Goodbye (Je Vivrai Sans Toi) * Never Let Me Go * Seascape * The Summer Knows (Theme from Summer of '42) * A T ime for Love * You Must Believe in Spring.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALFIE EVANS,BILL BACHARACH/DAVID  
BUT BEAUTIFUL EVANS,BILL BURKE/VAN HUESEN  
DOLPHIN DANCE EVANS,BILL HANCOCK,HERBIE  
EMILY EVANS,BILL Digital Delivery
I WILL SAY GOODBYE EVANS,BILL  
NEVER LET ME GO EVANS,BILL  
SEASCAPE EVANS,BILL  
SUMMER KNOWS,THE (THEME FROM SUMMER OF 4 EVANS,BILL BERGMAN/LEGRAND  
TIME FOR LOVE,A EVANS,BILL  
YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING EVANS,BILL BERGMAN/LEGRAND/BERG  

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