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The Herbie Hancock Collection

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Kiedis/Lowe/Mazur/Sm
Arranger Herbie Hancock
Artist Williams/Gracie/Hanc
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672419

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Product Description

The Herbie Hancock Collection Composed by Kiedis/Lowe/Mazur/Sm. Arranged by Herbie Hancock. Performed by Williams/Gracie/Hanc. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672419, UPC: 073999724196)

One of American music's most gifted and eclectic artists, Hancock's talent as a pianist and composer is highlighted in these 8 note-for-note solo piano transcriptions of his performances. Includes: Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) · Butterfly · Cantelope Island · Dolphin Dance · Maiden Voyage · 'Round Midnight · Speak like a Child · and Watermelon Man, plus a biography.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BUTTERFLY WILLIAMS/GRACIE/HANC KIEDIS/LOWE/MAZUR/SM  
CANTELOPE ISLAND HANCOCK,HERBIE HANCOCK,HERBIE  
DOLPHIN DANCE HANCOCK,HERBIE HANCOCK,HERBIE  
MAIDEN VOYAGE HANCOCK,HERBIE HANCOCK,HERBIE  
ROUND MIDNIGHT MONK,THELONIOUS HANIGHEN/WILLIAMS/MO  
SPEAK LIKE A CHILD HANCOCK,HERBIE HARDIN/HANCOCK  
WATERMELON MAN HANCOCK,HERBIE HANCOCK,HERBIE  

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