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Fire Dance

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Washington Winds
Arranger Ed Petersen
Publisher Walking Frog Records
Catalog # WFR317

Price: $14.95

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Fire Dance Composed by Washington Winds. Arranged by Ed Petersen. For Performance CD. Published by Walking Frog Records. (Catalog # WFR317)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A CHRISTMAS FANTASY IN 3/4 TIME - NEECK  
A FRENCH NOEL - LOEST TIMOTHY  
BRYCE CANYON OVERTURE - WILLIAMS JERRY  
DECK THE HALLS WITH CHIPS AND SALSA - HU  
ENTRANCE OF THE TALL SHIPS - SWEARINGEN  
FIRE DANCE - SHAFFER DAVID  
KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE - HUCKEBY ED  
ON A SPRING MORNING - SHAFFER DAVID  
PORTLY PENGUIN PARADE - ORCINO LEN  
PRINCE OF WALES MARCH - ORCINO LEN  
SPIRIT OF AMERICA MARCH - HARRIS KEN  
STILLMEADOW OVERTURE - EVELAND DENNIS O.  
STONE MOUNTAIN FANTASY - HUCKEBY ED  
SURPRISE SYMPHONY - HAYDN/HUCKEBY  
TRIBAL DRUMS - SHAFFER DAVID  
WHEN THE KOALAS DO THE CONGA WITH THE KA  
WITCH'S DANSE - BARKER WARREN  
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