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Voicing/Format Guitar Trio
Desc Guitar Trio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Grade Mid Int
Catalog # 00865012

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

Great Themes For Guitar Trio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00865012, UPC: 884088560027)

The songs in Hal Leonard's Essential Elements Guitar Ensembles series are playable by multiple guitars. Each arrangement features the melody (lead), a harmony part, and a bass line. Chord symbols are also provided if you wish to add a rhythm part. For groups with more than three or four guitars, the parts may be doubled. Play all of the parts together, or record some of the parts and play the remaining part along with the recording. All of the songs are printed on two facing pages; no page turns are required. This series is perfect for classroom guitar ensembles or other group guitar settings. This edition features 15 popular themes.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
•ADDAMS FAMILY THEME  
•FORREST GUMP - MAIN TITLE (FEATHER  
•HAWAII FIVE-O THEME  
•HE'S A PIRATE  
•LINUS AND LUCY  
•MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE THEME  
•PETER GUNN  
•THE GODFATHER (LOVE THEME)  
•THE MASTERPIECE  
•THE MUNSTERS THEME  
•THE MUPPET SHOW THEME  
•THE PINK PANTHER  
•THEME FROM 'STAR TREK(R)'  
•THEME FROM E.T. (THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL)  
•THEME FROM SPIDER MAN  
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