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Love Songs & Lullabies

Love Songs & Lullabies

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Jim Brickman
Arranger Jim Brickman
Artist Jim Brickman
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Personality Songbooks
Catalog # PFM0214
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Love Songs & Lullabies Composed by Jim Brickman. Arranged by Jim Brickman. Performed by Jim Brickman. For Vocal Folio. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # PFM0214, UPC: 654979045786)

This beautiful album-matching collection highlights Brickman's lyrical piano a rrangements and also showcases his vocal melodies as well as those of guest ar tists All-4-One, Jane Krakowski, and Amy Sky. Titles are: Prelude * Little Sta rs * Love Never Fails * Shades of White * Above the Clouds * Night Prayer * I See the Moon * Dreamland * Safe and Sound * Beautiful (as U) * Course of Love * You.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOVE THE CLOUDS BRICKMAN,JIM  
BEAUTIFUL (AS YOU) BRICKMAN,JIM BRICKMAN/KUGELL/JONE  
COURSE OF LOVE BRICKMAN,JIM  
DREAMLAND BRICKMAN,JIM  
I SEE THE MOON BRICKMAN,JIM  
LITTLE STAR BRICKMAN,JIM BRICKMAN,JIM  
LOVE NEVER FAILS BRICKMAN,JIM BRICKMAN,JIM  
NIGHT PRAYER BRICKMAN,JIM  
PRELUDE BRICKMAN,JIM  
SAFE AND SOUND BRICKMAN,JIM  
SHADES OF WHITE BRICKMAN,JIM  
YOU BRICKMAN,JIM BRICKMAN/DE VILLER/H  

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