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Concert Favorites 1

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Flute
Composer Higgins Et Al
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Essential Elements
Grade 1-1.5
Catalog # 00860119

Price: $6.99

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Product Description

Concert Favorites 1 Composed by Higgins Et Al. For Flute. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00860119, UPC: 073999750430)

Includes: Let's Rock, Majestic March, When The Saints Go Marching In, Mickey Mouse March, Power Rock, Farandole, Jus' Plain Blues, My Heart Will Go On, Rainbow Connection, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Drums of Corona, Laredo (Concert March), Pomp and Circumstance, Stratford March and Do-Re-Mi.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST QUEEN DEACON,JOHN  
DO RE MI HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
DRUMS OF CORONA SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
FARANDOLE (L'ARLESIENNE) BIZET,G.  
JUS' PLAIN BLUES SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
LAREDO (CONCERT MARCH) HIGGINS,JOHN  
LET'S ROCK SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
MAJESTIC MARCH LAVENDER,PAUL  
MICKEY MOUSE MARCH DODD,JIMMIE  
MY HEART WILL GO ON (LOVE THEME FROM TIT DION,C/DEJA VU/KENN JENNINGS/HORNER  
POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE MARCH NO1 ELGAR,EDWARD  
RAINBOW CONNECTION,THE ASCHER/WILLIAMS  
STRATFORD MARCH HIGGINS,JOHN  
SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS DREWE/SHERMAN/STILES  
WE WILL ROCK YOU QUEEN MAY,BRIAN  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN PURVIS/ROSENSTEIN/BL  

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