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The Cafe Accordion Orchestra

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Dan Newton
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 97112BCD

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

The Cafe Accordion Orchestra Composed by Dan Newton. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 97112BCD, UPC: 796279048712)

Original and traditional tunes in the continental style for accordion including: Say I Do; April Waltz; Eiffel Tower; Spanish Jenny; Two French Waltzes; Valiakainen-Merimes; Nuevo Brazil; Halloween; and more. The song Che Lia Lia is featured only on the CD.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APRIL WALTZ (2:45) DAHL (TRANS.)  
CAFE ACCORDION (5:00) DAHL (TRANS.)  
CHE LIA LIA (3:41) **NOT IN BOOK** DAHL (TRANS.)  
DUST BUNNIES (3:44) DAHL (TRANS.)  
EIFFEL TOWER (5:15) DAHL (TRANS.)  
ELECTION RAG (2:50) DAHL (TRANS.)  
HALLOWEEN (3:41) DAHL (TRANS.)  
LAURA'S WEDDING (4:37) DAHL (TRANS.)  
MUSETTE (3:41) DAHL (TRANS.)  
NUEVO BRAZIL (3:41) DAHL (TRANS.)  
SAY I DO (3:41) **ON CD TWICE** DAHL (TRANS.)  
SAY I DO (3:41) **ON CD TWICE** DAHL (TRANS.)  
SPANISH JENNY (2:49) DAHL (TRANS.)  
TELEPHONE POLKA (3:41) DAHL (TRANS.)  
TWO FRENCH WALTZES (6:32) DAHL (TRANS.)  
VALIAKAINEN-MERIMES (3:54) DAHL (TRANS.)  

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