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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Cahn/Van Heusen
Arranger Larry Shackley
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 27510

Price: $12.95

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Popular Performer 1950s Composed by Cahn/Van Heusen. Arranged by Larry Shackley. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 27510, UPC: 038081292779)

Rich textures, sophisticated harmonies and inventive rhythms make these arrang ements ideal for hobbyists, advancing students, professional musicians or any Popular Performer. Titles: Come Fly with Me * Cry Me a River * A Day in the Li fe of a Fool * Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me * I Could Have Danced All Night * I Love Paris * The Man That Got Away * Misty * Satin Doll * Teach Me Tonight * When I Fall In Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME FLY WITH ME SHACKLEY,LARRY CAHN/VAN HEUSEN  
CRY ME A RIVER SHACKLEY,LARRY  
DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FOOL,A (MANHA DE CA SHACKLEY,LARRY BONFA/SIGMAN  
HOLD ME THRILL ME KISS ME SHACKLEY,LARRY  
I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT SHACKLEY,LARRY LERNER/LOEWE  
I LOVE PARIS SHACKLEY,LARRY PORTER,COLE  
MAN THAT GOT AWAY,THE SHACKLEY,LARRY ARLEN/GERSHWIN  
MISTY SHACKLEY,LARRY  
SATIN DOLL SHACKLEY,LARRY  
TEACH ME TONIGHT SHACKLEY,LARRY CAHN/DE PAUL  
WHEN I FALL IN LOVE SHACKLEY,LARRY HEYMAN/YOUNG  

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