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Disco Lives

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Various
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Vinson, Johnnie
Grade 2.5
Series Flex-band

Price: $55.00

Catalog #04002800

UPC code: 884088281922

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The current dance craze sweeping the nation is evidence enough that disco, in fact, never died. This energetic medley includes the hits Stayin' Alive (the Bee Gees), I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor), and Y.M.C.A. (the Village People).

Hal Leonard's innovative Flex-Band series is designed to provide exciting music for bands with incomplete or unbalanced instrumentation. Written using just five parts (plus percussion), these arrangements will work with virtually ANY combination of brass or woodwinds – even strings. Dur: 5:00

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
I WILL SURVIVE GAYNOR/IGLESIAS/SAVA VINSON,JOHNNIE DIOGUARDI/FEKARIS/FI  
STAYIN' ALIVE BEE GEES/N-TRANCE VINSON,JOHNNIE GIBB/GIBB/GIBB  
Y.M.C.A. VILLAGE PEOPLE,THE VINSON,JOHNNIE BELOLO/MORALI/WILLIS  
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