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Classic Rock

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Ensemble
Desc Ukulele Ensemble
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00103904

Price: $9.99

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Classic Rock For Ensemble. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00103904, UPC: 884088696337)

The songs in this collection are playable by any combination of ukuleles (soprano, concert, tenor or baritone). Each arrangement features the melody, a harmony part, and a “bass” line. Chord symbols are also provided if you wish to add a rhythm part. For groups with more than three or four ukuleles, the parts may be doubled. This volume features 15 great classic rock songs: Aqualung • Behind Blue Eyes • Born to Be Wild • Crazy Train • Fly like an Eagle • Free Bird • Hey Jude • Low Rider • Moondance • Oye Como Va • Proud Mary • (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction • Smoke on the Water • Summertime Blues • Sunshine of Your Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
•(I CAN'T GET NO) SATISFACTION  
•AQUALUNG  
•BEHIND BLUE EYES  
•BORN TO BE WILD  
•CRAZY TRAIN  
•FLY LIKE AN EAGLE  
•FREE BIRD  
•HEY JUDE  
•LOW RIDER  
•MOONDANCE  
•OYE COMO VA  
•PROUD MARY  
•SMOKE ON THE WATER  
•SUMMERTIME BLUES  
•SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE  
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