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Beatles Greatest Hits For Accordion

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Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Lennon/Mccartney
Artist The Beatles
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Accordion
Catalog # 00359121

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Beatles Greatest Hits For Accordion Composed by Lennon/Mccartney. Performed by The Beatles. For Accordion. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00359121, UPC: 073999591217)

15 faves from the Fab Four arranged especially for accordion, including: All My Loving · Eleanor Rigby · The Fool on the Hill · Here, There and Everywhere · Hey Jude · Let It Be · Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da · When I'm Sixty-Four · Yellow Submarine · Yesterday · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL MY LOVING BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
ELEANOR RIGBY BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
FOOL ON THE HILL,THE BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
HARD DAY'S NIGHT,A BEATLES,THE  
HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE BEATLES,THE  
HEY JUDE BEATLES,THE  
LET IT BE BEATLES,THE  
LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS BEATLES,THE  
MICHELLE BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
OB-LA-DI OB-LA-DA BEATLES,THE LENNON/MCCARTNEY  
PENNY LANE BEATLES,THE  
SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND BEATLES,THE  
WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR BEATLES,THE  
YELLOW SUBMARINE BEATLES,THE  
YESTERDAY BEATLES,THE  

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