Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Other Stanton's Categories
 
Sarah Mclachlan

Sarah Mclachlan

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Ertegun/Lennox/Taylo
Arranger Sarah Mclachlan
Artist Sarah Mclachlan
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100232
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Sarah Mclachlan Composed by Ertegun/Lennox/Taylo. Arranged by Sarah Mclachlan. Performed by Sarah Mclachlan. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100232, UPC: 884088132125)

A dozen top hits in our famous notation from the acclaimed Canadian singer/songwriter: Adia • Angel • Building a Mystery • Drawn to the Rhythm • Fallen • Fumbling Towards Ecstasy • Good Enough • Hold On • I Will Remember You • Into the Fire • Possession • Sweet Surrender.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADIA MCLACHLAN,SARAH MARCHAND/MCLACHLAN  
ANGEL (CITY OF ANGELS) MCLACHLAN,SARAH ERTEGUN/LENNOX/TAYLO  
BUILDING A MYSTERY MCLACHLAN,SARAH MARCHAND/MCLACHLAN  
DRAWN TO THE RHYTHM MCLACHLAN,SARAH MCLACHLAN,SARAH  
FALLEN MCLACHLAN,SARAH MCLACHLAN,SARAH  
FUMBLING TOWARDS ECSTASY MCLACHLAN,SARAH MARCHAND/MCLACHLAN  
GOOD ENOUGH MCLACHLAN,SARAH MCLACHLAN,SARAH  
HOLD ON MCLACHLAN,SARAH AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
I WILL REMEMBER YOU MCLACHLAN,SARAH CHAPMAN/EGAN/GRANT/M  
INTO THE FIRE MCLACHLAN,SARAH BROWN/DOKKEN/KNIGHTO  
POSSESSION MCLACHLAN,SARAH MCLACHLAN,SARAH  
SWEET SURRENDER MCLACHLAN,SARAH DENVER/GATES/HEIMERM  

Today's News

  • “Silly & Serious” for Early Childhood “Silly & Serious” for Early Childhood

    recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral and Classroom Music Specialist Mari Schay’s Busy Bodies, Busy Brains series is a must-have resource for preschool and early elementary teachers! Research-driven and classroom-tested, each book in the series contains four thematic units, each... Read More ›

  • Organ Music for Lent Organ Music for Lent

    recommended by Barb M, keyboard and folk music specialist The word “lent,” is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word lencten, meaning “spring,” and lenctentid, meaning “springtime” and “March.” True to its name’s origin, Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on March 1... Read More ›