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Songs of Gershwin Porter & Rodgers #41
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Songs of Gershwin Porter & Rodgers #41

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Cole Porter
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100425

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Songs of Gershwin Porter & Rodgers #41 Composed by Cole Porter. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100425, UPC: 073999004250)

21 songs from these great composers, including: Anything Goes · The Blue Room · But Not for Me · Embraceable You · Fascinating Rhythm · I Got Rhythm · Oh! Lady Be Good · Somebody Loves Me · Thou Swell · What Is This Thing Called Love?

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANYTHING GOES PORTER,COLE  
BLUE ROOM,THE HART/RODGERS  
BUT NOT FOR ME GERSHWIN/LESTER/GERS  
DANCING ON THE CEILING  
DON'T FENCE ME IN PORTER,COLE  
EMBRACEABLE YOU GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
FASCINATING RHYTHM GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU  
I GOT RHYTHM  
I'VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
MAYBE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
MOUNTAIN GREENERY  
MY HEART STOOD STILL  
OH LADY BE GOOD  
SOMEBODY LOVES ME  
SWANEE CAESAR/GERSHWIN  
THOU SWELL HART/RODGERS  
WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE  
WITH A SONG IN MY HEART HART/RODGERS/VALE  
YOU ARE TOO BEAUTIFUL HART/RODGERS  
YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME  

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