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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5 (Bk/Cd)
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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5 (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Kern/Klose/Rejino
Artist Bee Gees/Cash/Creed
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Grade Level 5
Catalog # 00296630

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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5 (Bk/Cd) Arranged by Kern/Klose/Rejino. Performed by Bee Gees/Cash/Creed. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296630, UPC: 073999756678)

Includes 11 songs students know and love, carefully graded and arranged for piano solo with great teacher accompaniments. Orchestrated accompaniments by Phillip Keveren at both practice and performance tempos are included on the companion CD. 11 Songs: Accidentally in Love • The Avenue Q Theme • Baby Elephant Walk • Bless the Beasts and Children • Cruella De Vil • I Have a Dream • Theme from “Jurassic Park” • One • Till There Was You • A Wink and a Smile • Wonderful.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE COUNTING CROWS DURITZ,ADAM F.  
AVENUE Q THEME,THE LOPEZ/MARX  
BABY ELEPHANT WALK MINIATURE MEN/WELK DAVID/MANCINI  
BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN CARPENTERS,THE BOTKIN JR/DEVORZON  
CRUELLA DE VIL LEVEN,MEL  
I HAVE A DREAM ABBA ANDERSSON/ULVAEUS  
ONE BEE GEES/CASH/CREED/ BALLARD/BONO/BRAMLET  
THEME FROM JURASSIC PARK WILLIAMS,JOHN  
TILL THERE WAS YOU WILLSON,MEREDITH  
WINK AND A SMILE,A CONNICK JR,HARRY MCLEAN/SHAIMAN  
WONDERFUL SCHWARTZ,STEPHEN  
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