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Duets From Broadway

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Voicing/Format 1 Piano 4 Hands
Arranger Dan Coates
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Intermediate To Late Inte
Catalog # 39595

Price: $12.99

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Duets From Broadway Arranged by Dan Coates. For 1 Piano 4 Hands. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 39595, UPC: 038081447643)

Since 1976, Dan Coates has arranged thousands of popular music titles. Compose rs and artists such as John Williams, Burt Bacharach, and Elton John have expr essed total confidence in Dan's ability to create outstanding piano arrangemen ts that retain the essence of the original music. The duets in this series cap ture a variety of styles and provide valuable experience in developing listeni ng skills, technique, and musicianship. These pieces are excellent crowd-pleas ers that are perfect for recitals, encores, piano ensemble classes---or just p lain fun. Titles: And All That Jazz , Anything Goes , Camelot , Don't Rain on my Parade , I Have a Dream , Ragtime , Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious , To gether Wherever We Go.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND ALL THAT JAZZ  
ANYTHING GOES  
CAMELOT  
DON'T RAIN ON MY PARADE  
I HAVE A DREAM  
RAGTIME  
SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS  
TOGETHER WHEREVER WE GO  

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