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Piano Trax 1

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Composer Jay Althouse
Arranger Patrick M Liebergen
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 31028

Price: $39.99

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Product Description

Piano Trax 1 Composed by Jay Althouse. Arranged by Patrick M Liebergen. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 31028, UPC: 038081338002)

PianoTrax 1 contains accompaniments only for the following 20 choral publicati ons: Bound to Go * Christmas … la Fa La La * Do You Fear the Wind? * Dona Nobi s Pacem * Gloria * Hodie * If * In the Bleak Midwinter * Kyrie * Look Up, Way Down * Nathan Nobb * Oh, No! * Pick a Bale o' Cotton * Poor Boy * Remember My Song (both key of C and D) * Rise Up, Winter * Ritorni al Nostro Cor * The Sea Gypsy * Shooting Star * Things That Never Die.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOUND TO GO ALTHOUSE, JAY  
CHRISTMAS A LA FA LA LA ALTHOUSE, JAY  
DO YOU FEAR THE WIND WAGNER, DOUGLAS E  
DONA NOBIS PACEM LIEBERGEN, PATRICK M HAYDN, F J  
GLORIA LIEBERGEN, PATRICK M SCHUBERT, FRANZ  
HODIE DONNELLY/STRID  
IF KEEN/ALTHOUSE  
IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER BECK, ANDY  
KYRIE ALTHOUSE, JAY  
LOOK UP WAY DOWN CHOPLIN, PEPPER  
NATHAN NOBB GARDNER, JANET  
OH NO GRAY, RUTH MORRIS  
PICK A BALE O' COTTON TERHUNE, CHARLES  
POOR BOY SCHRAM, RUTH ELAINE  
REMEMBER MY SONG (BOTH KEY OF C AND D) ALBRECHT/ALTHOUSE  
RISE UP WINTER PATTERSON, MARK  
RITORNI AL NOSTRO COR LIEBERGEN, PATRICK M PERGOLESI, G B  
SEA GYPSY, THE GRAY, RUTH MORRIS  
SHOOTING STAR BECK, ANDY  
THINGS THAT NEVER DIE GILPIN, GREG  

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