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Guitar Standards

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Collection
Catalog # 00699143

Price: $14.95

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Guitar Standards For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699143, UPC: 073999991437)

16 classic jazz guitar performances transcribed note for note with tablature: All of You (Kenny Burrell) • All the Things You Are (Hank Garland) • Easter Parade (Herb Ellis) • How Insensitive (Insensatez) (Pat Martino) • I Remember You (Tal Farlow) • I'll Remember April (Grant Green) • Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) (Django Reinhardt) • Misty (Barney Kessel) • Moonlight in Vermont (Johnny Smith) • Satin Doll (Joe Pass) • Seven Come Eleven (Charlie Christian) • Softly as in a Morning Sunrise (Jim Hall) • Song for My Father (George Benson) • Tangerine (Jimmy Raney) • The Way You Look Tonight (Wes Montgomery) • When Sunny Gets Blue (George Barnes). Includes a discography and a foreword from the editors.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL OF YOU  
ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE  
EASTER PARADE BERLIN,IRVING  
HOW INSENSITIVE (INSENSATEZ)  
I REMEMBER YOU  
I'LL REMEMBER APRIL  
LOVER MAN (OH WHERE CAN YOU BE)  
MISTY BURKE/GARNER  
MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT  
SATIN DOLL ELLINGTON/MERCER/STR  
SEVEN COME ELEVEN CHRISTIAN/GOODMAN  
SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE Digital Delivery
SONG FOR MY FATHER SILVER,HORACE  
TANGERINE  
WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT,THE FIELDS/KERN  
WHEN SUNNY GETS BLUE FISHER/SEGAL  
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