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More Popular Piano Solos Lev 3 (Midi)

Voicing/Format Software
Arranger Phillip Keveren
Artist Silverchair/Lewis/Os
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296265

Price: $12.95

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More Popular Piano Solos Lev 3 (Midi) Arranged by Phillip Keveren. Performed by Silverchair/Lewis/Os. For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296265, UPC: 073999962659)

This General MIDI disk correlates directly to the songs in More Popular Piano Solos Level 3. All track numbers for use with the GM disk are clearly indicate d in the book, and are included with the GM disk packet as well. These fully-o rchestrated accompaniments by Hal Leonard Student Piano Library method author Phillip Keverenare a delightful way to enhance students' lessons, and are a su re way to guarantee practice success!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARE NECESSITIES,THE GILKYSON,TERRY  
CLIMB EV'RY MOUNTAIN MCKAY/NEWAY/BENNETT HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
DREAM IS A WISH YOUR HEART MAKES,A RONSTADT,LINDA DAVID/HOFFMAN/LIVING  
GO THE DISTANCE BOLTON,MICHAEL ZIPPEL/MENKEN  
GOD HELP THE OUTCASTS MIDLER,BETTE MENKEN/SCHWARTZ  
I WHISTLE A HAPPY TUNE HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
ONCE UPON A DREAM ROMEO/WILDHORN/LAWRE  
PART OF YOUR WORLD ASHMAN/MENKEN  
SESAME STREET THEME HART/STONE/RAPOSO  
STAND BY ME KING/PRESLEY/GILLEY/ KING/TINDLEY/LEIBER/  
TOMORROW SILVERCHAIR/LEWIS/OS WINANS/LEWIS/JOHNS/P  
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD ARMSTRONG/KENNY G THIELE/WEISS  
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