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Popular Piano Solos Bk 4 (Gm Disk)
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Popular Piano Solos Bk 4 (Gm Disk)

Voicing/Format Software
Arranger Phillip Keveren
Artist The Muppets
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296100

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Popular Piano Solos Bk 4 (Gm Disk) Arranged by Phillip Keveren. Performed by The Muppets. For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296100, UPC: 073999961003)

This General MIDI disk correlates directly to the songs in Popular Piano Solos Level 4. All track numbers for use with the GM disk are clearly indicated in the book, and are included with the GM disk packet as well. These fully–orchestrated accompaniments by Hal Leonard Student Piano Library method author Phillip Keveren are a delightful way to enhance students' lessons, and are a sure way to guarantee practice success!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CRUELLA DE VIL KEVEREN P  
CRUELLA DE VIL KEVEREN P LEVEN,MEL  
FORREST GUMP (MAIN TITLE) (FEATHER THEME KEVEREN P SILVESTRI,ALAN  
FORREST GUMP - MAIN TITLE (FEATHER THEME KEVEREN P  
MUPPET SHOW THEME,THE KEVEREN P  
MUPPET SHOW THEME,THE MUPPETS,THE KEVEREN P HENSON/POTTLE  
MY FAVORITE THINGS KEVEREN P  
MY FAVORITE THINGS KEVEREN P HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
RAINBOW CONNECTION,THE KEVEREN P  
RAINBOW CONNECTION,THE KEVEREN P ASCHER/WILLIAMS,P.  
THEME FROM E.T. (THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL) KEVEREN P  
THEME FROM E.T. (THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL) KEVEREN P WILLIAMS,JOHN  
UNDER THE SEA KEVEREN P  
UNDER THE SEA KEVEREN P ASHMAN/MENKEN  
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