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John Williams #128

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Desc 128
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Ez Play Today
Catalog # 00116947

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Product Description

John Williams #128 For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00116947, UPC: 884088884161)

Our famous E-Z Play® arrangements for 16 classic themes from this distinguished movie maestro: Across the Stars · Born on the Fourth of July · Cantina Band · Theme from E.T. · Hedwig's Theme · Theme from Jurassic Park · Moonlight · Olympic Fanfare and Theme · Raiders March · Theme from Schindler's List · Somewhere in My Memory · Star Wars (Main Theme) · Theme from Superman · The Throne Room (and End Title) · When You're Alone · With Malice Toward None.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ACROSS THE STARS  
BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY  
CANTINA BAND  
HEDWIG'S THEME  
MOONLIGHT  
OLYMPIC FANFRE AND THEME  
RAIDERS MARCH  
SOMEWHERE IN MY MEMORY  
STAR WARS (MAIN THEME)  
THEME FROM JURASSIC PARK""  
THEME FROM SCHINDLER'S LIST""  
THEME FROM SUPERMAN""  
THEME FROM E.T. (THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL)  
THRONE ROOM (AND END TITLE), THE  
WHEN YOU'RE ALONE  
WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE  

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