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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 3
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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 3

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Arranger Kern/Klose/Rejino
Artist Barbra Streisand
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296608

Price: $6.99

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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 3 Arranged by Kern/Klose/Rejino. Performed by Barbra Streisand. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296608, UPC: 073999720839)

Includes 10 songs students know and love, carefully graded and arranged for piano solo with great teacher accompaniments. Orchestrated accompaniments are also available on CD. 10 Songs: Be Our Guest • Close Every Door • Memory • The Music of the Night • The Rainbow Connection • The Surrey with the Fringe on Top • Try to Remember • Unchained Melody • What I Did for Love • A Whole New World.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BE OUR GUEST ASHMAN/MENKEN Digital Delivery
CLOSE EVERY DOOR RICE/WEBBER Digital Delivery
MEMORY STREISAND,BARBRA CHANLER/ELIOT/NUNN/I Digital Delivery
MUSIC OF THE NIGHT,THE HART/STILGOE/WEBBER  
RAINBOW CONNECTION,THE ASCHER/WILLIAMS,P Digital Delivery
SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP,THE HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS Digital Delivery
TRY TO REMEMBER JONES/SCHMIDT Digital Delivery
UNCHAINED MELODY BAXTER/HIBBLER/PRESL NORTH/ZARET Digital Delivery
WHAT I DID FOR LOVE HAMLISCH/KLEBAN/BLAI Digital Delivery
WHOLE NEW WORLD,A MENKEN/RICE Digital Delivery
WHOLE NEW WORLD,A (ALADDIN'S THEME) MENKEN/RICE  
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