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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5
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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5

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 # 00296610

Price: $7.99

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Broadway and Movie Hits Lev 5 Arranged by Kern/Klose/Rejino. Performed by Bee Gees/Cash/Creed. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296610, UPC: 073999763072)

Includes 11 songs students know and love, carefully graded and arranged for piano solo with great teacher accompaniments. Orchestrated accompaniments are also available on 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. Digital Delivery
AVENUE Q THEME,THE LOPEZ/MARX Digital Delivery
BABY ELEPHANT WALK MINIATURE MEN/WELK DAVID/MANCINI Digital Delivery
BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN CARPENTERS,THE BOTKIN JR/DEVORZON Digital Delivery
CRUELLA DE VIL LEVEN,MEL Digital Delivery
I HAVE A DREAM ABBA ANDERSSON/ULVAEUS Digital Delivery
ONE BEE GEES/CASH/CREED/ BALLARD/BONO/BRAMLET Digital Delivery
THEME FROM JURASSIC PARK WILLIAMS,JOHN  
TILL THERE WAS YOU WILLSON,MEREDITH Digital Delivery
WINK AND A SMILE,A CONNICK JR,HARRY MCLEAN/SHAIMAN Digital Delivery
WONDERFUL SCHWARTZ,STEPHEN Digital Delivery
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