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Dan Coates Plays Frank Sinatra His Way

Dan Coates Plays Frank Sinatra His Way

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Composer Frank Sinatra
Arranger Dan Coates
Artist Frank Sinatra
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Piano Arrangement Mixed F
Grade Int
Catalog # 00321409
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Dan Coates Plays Frank Sinatra His Way Composed by Frank Sinatra. Arranged by Dan Coates. Performed by Frank Sinatra. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00321409, UPC: 884088679194)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL THE WAY SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN CAHN/VAN HEUSEN  
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN ARLEN/MERCER  
I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN  
I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN PORTER,COLE  
IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN  
LADY IS A TRAMP,THE SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN HART/RODGERS  
MY KIND OF TOWN (CHICAGO IS) SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN CAHN/VAN HEUSEN  
MY WAY SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN  
ONE FOR MY BABY (AND ONE MORE FOR THE RO SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN ARLEN/MERCER  
STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN KAEMPFERT,BERT  
THEME FROM NEW YORK NEW YORK SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN EBB/KANDER  
WITCHCRAFT SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN COLEMAN/LEIGH  
YOUNG AT HEART SINATRA,FRANK COATES,DAN LEIGH/RICHARDS  

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