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Berklee Basic Guitar-Phase 2
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Berklee Basic Guitar-Phase 2

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer William Leavitt
Publisher Berklee Press Publications
Series Guitar Solo
Catalog # 50449470

Price: $9.95

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Berklee Basic Guitar-Phase 2 Composed by William Leavitt. For Guitar. Published by Berklee Press Publications. (Catalog # 50449470, UPC: 073999494709)

A continuation of Phase I, this volume is ideal for beginning to intermediate guitar students or classes ready to progress beyond the basics. It includes solo, two-part, and three-part ensemble arrangements of traditional and contemporary music to help players create a unique and personal sound.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN,THE LEAVITT W  
CHOPSTICKS LEAVITT W  
CHORALE #26 (BACH) LEAVITT W  
CHORALE #38 (BACH) LEAVITT W  
FIFTY ROCKS (LEAVITT) LEAVITT W  
GLOW WORM,THE LEAVITT W LEAVITT W  
HAPPY FARMER OP68 NO10 LEAVITT W SCHUMANN,ROBERT  
HAVA NAGILAH LEAVITT W  
IN MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE LEAVITT W  
JEANNIE(JEANIE)LIGHT BROWN HAIR (FOSTER) LEAVITT W  
JOY TO THE WORLD LEAVITT W  
LA PALOMA LEAVITT W  
LIRPA-LEE MELODY (LEAVITT) LEAVITT W  
MAIDEN'S WISH LEAVITT W CHOPIN,FREDERIC  
MY WILD IRISH ROSE LEAVITT W  
POLLY WOLLY DOODLE LEAVITT W  
SHORT SAD SONG (LEAVITT),A LEAVITT W  
SHORTNIN' BREAD LEAVITT W  
SOFTSHOE SHUFFLE (LEAVITT) LEAVITT W  
SPANISH MARCH LEAVITT W  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN LEAVITT W  
2-PART INVENTION LEAVITT W BACH  
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