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Funtime Piano Rock ' N Roll Lev 3
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Funtime Piano Rock ' N Roll Lev 3

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Composer Klein/Hoffman
Arranger Faber/Faber
Artist Marcie Blane
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Pretime To Bigtime
Catalog # 00420132

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Funtime Piano Rock ' N Roll Lev 3 Composed by Klein/Hoffman. Arranged by Faber/Faber. Performed by Marcie Blane. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420132, UPC: 674398200771)

FunTime® Piano Rock 'n Roll is a collection of hits from the rock and roll era that is sure to entertain the piano student. The selections have been careflly arranged for the early-intermediate pianist. A variety of keys are used, including major and minor, and the tempos range from upbeat rock to slow ballad. Songs include: Bye Bye, Love · Hey Jude · Hound Dog · Rockin' Robin · Stand by Me · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM  
BOBBY'S GIRL BLANE,MARCIE KLEIN/HOFFMAN  
BYE BYE LOVE  
COME GO WITH ME  
END OF THE WORLD,THE DEE,S/KENT  
HEY THERE LONELY BOY  
HOWL AT THE MOON  
MUMBO JUMBO  
PARTY MONSTER  
RING ON HER FINGER  
ROCKIN' PNEUMONIA AND THE BOOGIE WOOGIE  
ROCKIN' ROBIN DAY,BOBBY THOMAS,J  
RUNAROUND SUE DION/THE BELMONTS DI MUCCI/MARESCA  
SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER EDWARDS/WAYNE  

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