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Exploring Double Notes Ezpt E5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer G. Walters
Artist Ingram/Ronstadt
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00102106

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Product Description

Exploring Double Notes Ezpt E5 Composed by G. Walters. Performed by Ingram/Ronstadt. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00102106, UPC: 073999021066)

This supplementary book gives the keyboard player instruction on double notes, including the correct notes to play and how to come up with your own double note harmonies. It features 14 great tunes: Don't Cry for Me Argentina · Kumbaya · Somewhere Out There · The Entertainer · more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES WALTERS,G.  
CALL ME  
CLIMB EV'RY MOUNTAIN HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
CRAZY  
DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA RICE/WEBBER  
ENTERTAINER,THE  
GOIN' HOME  
JUST BECAUSE  
KUM BA YA (KUM BA YAH)  
LET IT BE ME (JE T'APPARTIENS) BECAUD/CURTIS/DELANO  
LULLABY (CRADLE SONG) BRAHMS,J.  
MARIANNE  
SOMEWHERE OUT THERE (FROM AN AMERICAN TA INGRAM/RONSTADT HORNER/MANN/WEIL  
YOURS (CUANDO SE QUIERE DE VERAS) GAMSE/ROIG/SHERR  

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