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Chordtime Piano Favorites (Midi)

Voicing/Format Software
Composer Traditional
Arranger Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Pretime To Bigtime
Grade Lv 2b
Catalog # 00420282

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Chordtime Piano Favorites (Midi) Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Faber/Faber. For Software. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420282, UPC: 674398209255)

Background accompaniments for General MIDI. Orchestrated by Edwin McLean. Favorite folk songs and familiar melodies which provide delightful pieces for recital and group sing-along. The arrangements emphasize the studentÆs mastery of I, IV, and V7 chords. Contents include: Skip to My Lou • The Mexican Clapping Song • Rise and Shine • The Great Meat Pie • Long, Long Ago • The Duke of York • Three Blind Mice • Everybody Loves Saturday Night • Down by the Riverside • Auld Lang Syne • Where Has My Little Dog Gone? • Hot Cross Buns • Turkey in the Straw • America.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMERICA FABER/FABER  
AULD LANG SYNE FABER/FABER  
DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE FABER/FABER  
DUKE OF YORK,THE FABER/FABER  
EVERYBODY LOVES SATURDAY NIGHT FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
GREAT MEAT PIE,THE FABER/FABER  
HOT CROSS BUNS FABER/FABER  
LONG LONG AGO FABER/FABER  
MEXICAN HAND-CLAPPING SONG (CHIAPANECAS) FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
RISE AND SHINE FABER/FABER  
SKIP TO MY LOU FABER/FABER  
THREE BLIND MICE FABER/FABER  
TURKEY IN THE STRAW FABER/FABER  
WHERE HAS MY LITTLE DOG GONE FABER/FABER  

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