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Casino Royale

Casino Royale

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Monty Norman
Arranger Casino Royale 7
Artist Monty Norman Orchest
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano Solo Songbook
Catalog # 00313367
Permanently Out of Print
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Product Description

Casino Royale Composed by Monty Norman. Arranged by Casino Royale 7. Performed by Monty Norman Orchest. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00313367, UPC: 884088152390)

11 beautiful piano solo arrangements from the David Arnold soundtrack, including: African Rundown · Aston Montenegro · City of Lovers · Dinner Jackets · James Bond Theme · Miami International · Nothing Sinister · Solange · The Switch · Trip Aces · Vesper.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AFRICAN RUNDOWN ARNOLD/CORNELL Digital Delivery
ASTON MONTENEGRO ARNOLD/CORNELL Digital Delivery
CITY OF LOVERS ARNOLD,DAVID Digital Delivery
DINNER JACKETS ARNOLD/CORNELL Digital Delivery
JAMES BOND THEME,THE (BOND VS OAKEN) (FR MONTY NORMAN ORCHEST NORMAN,MONTY  
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL ARNOLD/CORNELL Digital Delivery
NOTHING SINISTER ARNOLD,DAVID Digital Delivery
SOLANGE ARNOLD,DAVID  
SWITCH,THE ARNOLD/CORNELL Digital Delivery
TRIP ACES ARNOLD/CORNELL/NORMA Digital Delivery
VESPER ARNOLD,DAVID Digital Delivery

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