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Concert Favorites 2

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Voicing/Format Trombone
Composer Et Al Higgins
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Essential Elements
Catalog # 00860172

Price: $6.99

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Product Description

Concert Favorites 2 Composed by Et Al Higgins. For Trombone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00860172, UPC: 073999932737)

Includes: Gallant March, High Adventure, The Hey Song, Beethoven's Ninth, Bandroom Boogie, Amazing Grace, Infinity Concert March, Latin Fire, Linus and Lucy, Star Trek Generations, American Spirit March, Gathering in the Glen, The Loco-Motion, Scarborough Fair, and Royal Fireworks Music.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE VARIOUS EXCELL/HAWKINS/NEWTO  
AMERICAN SPIRIT MARCH HIGGINS,JOHN  
BANDROOM BOOGIE SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
GALLANT MARCH SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
GATHERING IN THE GLEN SWEENEY,MICHAEL  
HIGH ADVENTURE LAVENDER,PAUL  
INFINITY CURNOW,JAMES  
LATIN FIRE HIGGINS,JOHN  
LINUS AND LUCY GUARALDI,VINCE  
LOCO-MOTION,THE GRAND FUNK/LITTLE EV GOFFIN/KING  
MUSIC FROM THE ROYAL FIREWORKS HANDEL,G.F.  
ROCK AND ROLL PART II (THE HEY SONG) GLITTER,GARY GLITTER/LEANDER  
SCARBOROUGH FAIR BRIGHTMAN/SIMON/GARF PETERSON,FRANK SIMON/TRADITIONAL EN  
STAR TREK - GENERATIONS MCCARTHY,DENNIS  
THEME FROM NINTH SYMPHONY BEETHOVEN,L.  

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