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Rock The Jukebox (Sab)

Rock The Jukebox (Sab)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Brymer/Jacobson
Series Choral
Permanently Out of Print

Catalog #08637244

UPC code: 073999372441

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

A jukebox - what does it represent? So many eras, styles, feelings and memories that it has become a cherished instrument in itself. This feature medley chronicles the history of the jukebox in six flexible sections. Rock the Jukebox includes hits from the '40s, '50s, and '60s, a country section, and even the dance hits of the '90s in a high-powered yet versatile show. Performance Time: 30 minutes.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BABY BABY BRYMER M  
CRAZY BRYMER M  
DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY MANN,MANFRED BRYMER M  
DON'T ROCK THE JUKEBOX BRYMER M  
FOREVER AND EVER AMEN BRYMER M  
GONNA MAKE YOU SWEAT (EVERYBODY DANCE NO BRYMER M  
GRANDPA (TELL ME 'BOUT THE GOOD OLD DAYS BRYMER M  
HEARTBREAK HOTEL BRYMER M  
HIGHER AND HIGHER BRYMER M  
HIGHER LOVE BRYMER M  
I'M SORRY BRYMER M  
IN THE MOOD BRYMER M  
IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA BRYMER M  
JOHNNY ANGEL BRYMER M  
JUKE BOX SATURDAY NIGHT BRYMER M  
LAND OF A THOUSAND DANCES BRYMER M  
LITTLE OLD LADY (FROM PASADENA),THE BRYMER M  
MAMMAS DON'T LET YOUR BABIES GROW UP TO BRYMER M  
MONDAY MONDAY BRYMER M  
MOUNTAIN MUSIC BRYMER M  
PROMISE OF A NEW DAY,THE BRYMER M  
PUMP UP THE JAM BRYMER M  
ROCK THE JUKEBOX BRYMER M  
SHOUT BRYMER M  
SUMMER IN THE CITY BRYMER M  
VOGUE BRYMER M  
WHO PUT THE BOMP (IN THE BOMP BA BOMP BA BRYMER M  
WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW (WILL YOU STIL BRYMER M  
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