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Love Songs

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Harp
Composer John Denver
Arranger Sylvia Woods
Artist John Denver
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Harp
Catalog # 00720361

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

Love Songs Composed by John Denver. Arranged by Sylvia Woods. Performed by John Denver. For Harp. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00720361, UPC: 073999203615)

Features Sylvia Woods' expert harp arrangements of 13 Denver favorites: Annie's Song · Dreamland Express · Fly Away (easy and advanced arrangements) · Follow Me · For Baby (For Bobbie) · For You · Goodbye Again · I'm Sorry · Leaving on a Jet Plane · My Sweet Lady · Perhaps Love · Sunshine on My Shoulders. Includes lyrics. Spiral-bound. Playable on both lever and pedal harps.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANNIE'S SONG DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA DENVER,JOHN  
DREAMLAND EXPRESS DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA DENVER,JOHN  
FLY AWAY (ADVANCED) DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
FLY AWAY (EASY) DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
FOLLOW ME DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
FOR BABY (FOR BOBBIE) DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
FOR YOU DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
GOODBYE AGAIN DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
I'M SORRY DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
LEAVING ON A JET PLANE DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA DENVER,JOHN  
MY SWEET LADY DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA  
PERHAPS LOVE DENVER/DOMINGO WOODS,SYLVIA DENVER,JOHN  
SUNSHINE ON MY SHOULDERS DENVER,JOHN WOODS,SYLVIA DENVER/KNISS/TAYLOR  

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