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Country Wedding Favorites W/Reference CD
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Country Wedding Favorites W/Reference CD

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Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Baker/Dioguardi/Mora
Artist Tracy Byrd
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbo
Catalog # 00312069

Price: $16.99

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Product Description

Country Wedding Favorites W/Reference CD Composed by Baker/Dioguardi/Mora. Performed by Tracy Byrd. For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00312069, UPC: 884088530280)

The Wedding Essentials series is a great resource for wedding musicians, featuring beautiful arrangements for a variety of instruments. Each book includes a reference CD to help couples choose the perfect songs for their wedding ceremony or reception. This folio contains piano/vocal/guitar arrangements of 10 romantic country favorites: Amazed · Here · I Need You · I Swear · It's Your Love · The Keeper of the Stars · Love Remains · Then · Through the Years · When You Say Nothing at All.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZED GREEN/LINDSEY/MAYO/O  
HERE RASCAL FLATTS ROBSON/STEELE  
I NEED YOU BECKLEY/DAVIES/DEYO/  
I SWEAR BAKER/DIOGUARDI/MORA  
IT'S YOUR LOVE HILL,FAITH/MCGRAW SMITH,S.E. Digital Delivery
KEEPER OF THE STARS,THE BYRD,TRACY LEE/MAYO/STALEY  
LOVE REMAINS RAYE,COLLIN DADDARIO/DOUGLAS/GOO  
THEN PAISLEY,BRAD DUBOIS/GORLEY/PAISLE  
THROUGH THE YEARS ROGERS,KENNY DORFF/HEYMAN/PANZER/  
WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL KRAUSS,ALISON/UNION OVERSTREET/SCHLITZ  

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