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Easiest Accordion Book

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer J. Offenbach
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Easiest
Catalog # 95731

Price: $5.99

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Product Description

Easiest Accordion Book Composed by J. Offenbach. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 95731, UPC: 9780786617845)

" Using just six bass notes and six major chords, this book is written specifically for the beginners traditional ""12-bass accordion,"" but the pieces can also be played on more elaborate instruments. After just one page of technical notes, this book offers 27 easy solos. "

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT  
ALMA MATER  
ALOHA OE  
ALOUETTE  
AMAZING GRACE  
AWAY IN A MANGER  
BARCAROLLE OFFENBACH,J.  
BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES  
BLOW THE MAN DOWN  
DOWN IN THE VALLEY  
DU,DU LIEGST MIR IM HERZEN  
FRANKIE AND JOHNNY  
GOING HOME  
IRISH WASHERWOMAN  
JINGLE BELLS  
JUANITA  
JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE  
LAVENDER BLUE  
LOVE SOMEBODY  
MARY ANN  
MOONLIGHT BAY  
MY WILD IRISH ROSE  
SONG FROM MAGIC FLUTE MOZART,W.A.  
VIVE LA COMPAGNIE  
WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN  
WHERE SHALL I BE?  

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