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Bigtime Piano Favorites Lv 4 (Midi)
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Bigtime Piano Favorites Lv 4 (Midi)

Voicing/Format Software
Composer Faber/Faber
Artist Herman's Hermits
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Pretime To Bigtime Piano
Grade Lv 4
Catalog # 00420289

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Bigtime Piano Favorites Lv 4 (Midi) Composed by Faber/Faber. Performed by Herman's Hermits. For Software. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420289, UPC: 674398209378)

These traditional, ever-popular melodies are presented in pianistic arrangements for the intermediate piano student. The pieces are in the keys of C, F, G, D, A minor, and D minor, and feature a variety of sounds. Includes: Beautiful Dreamer · Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home? · Cielito Lindo · Clair de Lune · Fanfare on America · Good Morning Blues · Halloween Sonatine · I Love a Piano · I'm Henery the Eight, I Am · Morning Has Broken · Oh! You Beautiful Doll · The Spy · Tarantella Italiana · Theme from the Moonlight Sonata.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEAUTIFUL DREAMER FOSTER,STEPHEN C.  
BILL BAILEY (WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME) CANNON,HUGHIE  
CIELITO LINDO  
CLAIR DE LUNE DEBUSSY,CLAUDE  
FANFARE ON AMERICA  
GOOD MORNING BLUES  
HALLOWEEN SONATINE  
I LOVE A PIANO BERLIN,IRVING  
I'M HENRY THE VIII I AM HERMAN'S HERMITS MURRAY/WESTON  
MORNING HAS BROKEN  
OH YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL AYER/BROWN  
SPY,THE  
TARANTELLA ITALIANA  
THEME FROM THE MOONLIGHT SONATA BEETHOVEN  

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