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Favorite Latin Songs #37
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Favorite Latin Songs #37

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Desc 2nd Edition
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100410

Price: $7.95

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Product Description

Favorite Latin Songs #37 For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100410, UPC: 073999085907)

20 south-of-the-border standards, including: Amapola · Bésame Mucho · Frenesi · The Girl from Ipanema · How Insensitive · Meditation · Quizàs, Quizàs, Quizàs · Telephone Song · more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ÁGUA DE BEBER (WATER TO DRINK)  
AMAPOLA (PRETTY LITTLE POPPY)  
BÉSAME MUCHO (KISS ME MUCH)  
CONSTANT RAIN (CHOVE CHUVA), THE  
FRENESÍ LINDO (MY PRETTY DARLING)  
GIRL FROM IPANEMA (GARÔTA DE IPANEMA  
HOW INSENSITIVE (INSENSATEZ)  
LA CUMPARSITA (THE MASKED ONE)  
LISBON ANTIGUA (IN OLD LISBON)  
LOVE ME WITH ALL YOUR HEART (CUANDO CALI  
MARIA ELENAGUA (IN OLD LISBON)  
MAS QUE NADA  
MEDITATION (MEDITACAO) OF LOVE)  
QUIZÁS, QUIZÁS, QUIZÁS (PERHAPS, PERHAPS  
SLIGHTLY OUT OF TUNE (DESAFINADO)  
SO NICE (SUMMER SAMBA)  
SWAY (QUIEN SERA)  
TANGO OF ROSESF TUNE (DESAFINADO)  
TELEPHONE SONG  
TRISTEZA (GOODBYE SADNESS)  

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