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Frankie Yankovic Polkas & Waltzes #81
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Frankie Yankovic Polkas & Waltzes #81

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Frankie Yankovic
Artist Frankie Yankovic
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100424

Price: $7.95

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Frankie Yankovic Polkas & Waltzes #81 Composed by Frankie Yankovic. Performed by Frankie Yankovic. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100424, UPC: 073999004243)

15 songs, including: Beer Barrel Polka · Bye Bye My Baby · Dance, Dance, Dance · Hoop-Dee-Doo · Just Another Polka · Pennsylvania Polka · Three Yanks Polka · The 'Whoop' Polka · You Are My One True Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEER BARREL POLKA (ROLL OUT THE BARREL) YANKOVIC,FRANKIE BROWN/TIMM/VEJVODA  
BILLOWS POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/MISKULIN  
BYE BYE BABY YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/PECON/  
BYE BYE LOVE YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  
CAFE POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC F  
DANCE DANCE DANCE YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  
HOOP-DEE-DOO YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  
HU-LA-LA-LA-LA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/CLARK  
JUST ANOTHER POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  
MARY JO WALTZ YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/MISKULIN  
PENNSYLVANIA POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  
SUMMER NIGHT WALTZ YANKOVIC,FRANKIE MISKULIN J  
THREE YANKS POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/  
WEDDING WALTZ YANKOVIC,FRANKIE MISKULIN J  
WHOOP POLKA YANKOVIC,FRANKIE YANKOVIC/TROLLI/  
YOU ARE MY ONE TRUE LOVE YANKOVIC,FRANKIE  

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