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Bigtime Piano Popular Lev 4
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Bigtime Piano Popular Lev 4

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Ff1009
Composer Bricusse/Williams
Arranger Faber/Faber
Artist Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Pretime To Bigtime
Grade Intermediate
Catalog # 00420118

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Bigtime Piano Popular Lev 4 Composed by Bricusse/Williams. Arranged by Faber/Faber. Performed by Faber/Faber. For Piano Folio. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420118, UPC: 674398200634)

This new collection features 11 hits that students will love to learn, including: Dancing Queen · I Saw Her Standing There · Lean on Me · 100 Years · Pachelbel Canon · Pure Imagination · Star Wars (Main Theme) · You Raise Me Up · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE TONIGHT FABER/FABER JOHN,E/RICE Bb  
CAN YOU READ MY MIND (LOVE THEME FROM SU FABER/FABER BRICUSSE/WILLIAMS D  
CANON IN D FABER/FABER PACHELBEL C  
HAKUNA MATATA FABER/FABER T JOHN,E/RICE C  
HERO CAREY,MARIAH FABER/FABER AFANASIEFF/CAREY D  
I SAW HER STANDING THERE FABER/FABER LENNON/MCCARTNEY C  
IN DREAMS FABER/FABER D  
LEAN ON ME FABER/FABER WITHERS,BILL C  
MUSIC BOX DANCER FABER/FABER MILLS,FRANK C  
SEND IN THE CLOWNS FABER/FABER SONDHEIM,STEPHEN C  
STAR WARS (MAIN THEME) FABER/FABER WILLIAMS,JOHN G  
TWELFTH STREET RAG FABER/FABER BOWMAN,EUDAY L C  

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