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Dan Coates Pop Keyboard Library Lev 5
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Dan Coates Pop Keyboard Library Lev 5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Composer C Horner/Mann/Weil
Arranger Dan Coates
Artist Ingram/Ronstadt
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Piano Arrangement Mixed F
Catalog # AFM0209

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Dan Coates Pop Keyboard Library Lev 5 Composed by C Horner/Mann/Weil. Arranged by Dan Coates. Performed by Ingram/Ronstadt. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # AFM0209, UPC: 654979039723)

Titles are: All By Myself * Amazed * Don't Cry for Me Argentina (from Evita) * From This Moment On * The Prayer * Somewhere in Time (Theme) * Somewhere Out There * Theme from Schindler's List * Time to Say Goodbye (Con Te Partir

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL BY MYSELF COATES,DAN CARMEN/RACHMANINOFF  
AMAZED LONESTAR COATES,DAN GREEN/MAYO/LINDSEY  
CON TE PARTIRO (TIME TO SAY GOODBYE) COATES,DAN QUARANTOTTO/SARTORI  
DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA COATES,DAN RICE/WEBBER  
FROM THIS MOMENT ON TWAIN,SHANIA COATES,DAN TWAIN/LANGE  
PRAYER,THE [E] COATES,DAN FOSTER,D/SAGER  
SCHINDLER'S LIST COATES,DAN WILLIAMS,JOHN  
SOMEWHERE IN TIME COATES,DAN BARRY,JOHN  
SOMEWHERE OUT THERE INGRAM/RONSTADT COATES,DAN HORNER/MANN/WEIL,C  
SOMEWHERE OUT THERE (FROM AN AMERICAN TA INGRAM/RONSTADT COATES,DAN HORNER/MANN/WEIL  
VALENTINE BRICKMAN/MCBRIDE COATES,DAN DRUCKMAN/KUGELL/BRIC  

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