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Broadway Songs For Harmonica

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Voicing/Format Harmonica
Arranger Bobby Joe Holman
Artist Thomas Fats Waller
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Harmonica
Catalog # 00820009

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Broadway Songs For Harmonica Arranged by Bobby Joe Holman. Performed by Thomas Fats Waller. For Harmonica. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00820009, UPC: 073999452235)

19 show-stopping tunes for diatonic and chromatic harmonica: Ain't Misbehavin' • Bali Ha'i • Camelot • Caravan • Climb Ev'ry Mountain • Do-Re-Mi • Edelweiss • Give My Regards to Broadway • Hello, Dolly! • Hello, Young Lovers • I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face • The Impossible Dream • Masquerade • Memory • Oklahoma • On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever) • People • and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' WALLER,THOMAS FATS WALLER/BROOKS/RAZAF  
BALI HA'I HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
BLUE SKIES BERLIN,IRVING  
CAMELOT LERNER/LOEWE  
CARAVAN ELLINGTON/MILLS/TIZO  
CLIMB EV'RY MOUNTAIN HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
DO RE MI HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
DO-RE-MI HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
EDELWEISS HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY COHAN,G.M.  
GONNA BUILD A MOUNTAIN BRICUSSE/NEWLEY  
HELLO DOLLY ARMSTRONG/HERMAN  
HELLO YOUNG LOVERS WONDER,STEVIE HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
I'VE GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO HER FACE LERNER/LOEWE  
IMPOSSIBLE DREAM,THE (THE QUEST) DARION/LEIGH  
IMPOSSIBLE DREAM,THE (THE QUEST)(FROM MA DARION/LEIGH  
MASQUERADE HART/STILGOE/WEBBER  
MEMORY NUNN/ELIOT/WEBBER  
OKLAHOMA HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
ON A CLEAR DAY (YOU CAN SEE FOREVER) LANE/LERNER  
PEOPLE STREISAND,BARBRA MERRILL/STYNE  
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