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God Bless America and Other Patriotic Pi
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God Bless America and Other Patriotic Pi

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Irving Berlin
Arranger Kern/Kevern/Rejino
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Grade Lev 1
Catalog # 00296249

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God Bless America and Other Patriotic Pi Composed by Irving Berlin. Arranged by Kern/Kevern/Rejino. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296249, UPC: 073999962499)

These fantastic new books in the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library feature America's best-loved patriotic songs, carefully graded and arranged for piano solo with great teacher accompaniments! Includes: Battle Hymn of the Republic · God Bless America · God Bless Our Native Land · I Believe · If I Had a Hammer · This Land Is Your Land · We Shall Overcome. To see other NFMC selections, click here.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC,THE KERN/KEVEREN HOWE/STEFFE  
GOD BLESS AMERICA KERN/KEVEREN BERLIN,IRVING  
GOD BLESS OUR NATIVE LAND KERN/KEVEREN TRADITIONAL  
I BELIEVE KERN/KEVEREN BERLIN,IRVING  
IF I HAD A HAMMER (THE HAMMER SONG) KERN/KEVEREN BERLIN,IRVING  
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND KERN/KEVEREN GUTHRIE,WOODY  
WE SHALL OVERCOME KERN/KEVEREN BERLIN,IRVING  

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