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More Popular Piano Solos Lev 1

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Arranger Kern/Keveren/Rejino
Artist The Cookie Monster
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296189

Price: $6.99

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More Popular Piano Solos Lev 1 Arranged by Kern/Keveren/Rejino. Performed by The Cookie Monster. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296189, UPC: 073999961898)

Featuring top hits for the younger student, this pop songbook is perfect for beginning piano students. Correlates directly to Piano Lessons Book 1. The horizontal-format book and large–staff notation make the songs easy to read and learn. Each song includes an optional teacher accompaniment. Fully orchestrated CD and GM accompaniment disks are available separately. The CDs have a practice and a performance track for each song.

7 songs with teacher accompaniments: The Bells of Notre Dame • “C” Is for Cookie • Circle of Life • Feed the Birds • Mickey Mouse March • On Top of Spaghetti • Winnie the Pooh.

Notation includes quarter through whole notes/rests; 3/4, 4/4 meter; basic dynamics from p–f, D.C. al Fine; movements by steps and skips only; single–line melodies. Reading range: from Bass Clef E a 6th below Middle C, to Treble Clef A a 6th above Middle C; keyboard guides show hand placement.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BELLS OF NOTRE DAME,THE MENKEN/SCHWARTZ  
C IS FOR COOKIE COOKIE MONSTER,THE RAPOSO,JOE  
CIRCLE OF LIFE T JOHN,E/RICE  
FEED THE BIRDS SHERMAN/SHERMAN  
MICKEY MOUSE MARCH (ALMA MATER) DODD,JIMMIE  
ON TOP OF SPAGHETTI GLAZER/DO-RE-MI CHIL GLAZER,TOM  
WINNIE THE POOH SHERMAN/SHERMAN  
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