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The Music Of Mgm

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Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomaniment Part
Arranger Greg Gilpin
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # CMM00069IN

Price: $100.00

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The Music Of Mgm Arranged by Greg Gilpin. For Instrumental Accomaniment Part. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # CMM00069IN, UPC: 654979181071)

Greg Gilpin and Pete Schmutte have done it again with this wonderful medley of songs from the ever-popular M-G-M movie greats. Perfect for high school or show choir concerts, this dramatic medley will entertain your audience and delight your singers. Full orchestration on the accompaniment track is perfect for performances, but an orchestral score is also available for live instrumental accompaniment. Now that's entertainment!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Good Morning from Singin' in The Rain Brown,Nacio Herb  
Make 'Em Laugh  
Make 'Em Laugh from Singin' in The Rain Brown,Nacio Herb  
Over The Rainbow from The Wizard Of Oz Arlen,Harold  
Over The Rainbow from The Wizard Of Oz Arlen,Harold  
San Francisco  
San Francisco  
Singin' in The Rain  
That's Entertainment Schwartz,Arthur  
That's Entertainment  
Trolley Song  
Trolley Song,The (from Meet Me in St. Lo Blane,Ralph  
We're Off to See The Wizard from The Wiz Arlen,Harold  

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