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Teaching Little Fingers Disney (Bk Only)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer E/Rice John
Arranger Glenda Austin
Artist Bette Midler
Publisher Willis Music Co
Series Willis
Catalog # 00416748

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Teaching Little Fingers Disney (Bk Only) Composed by E/Rice John. Arranged by Glenda Austin. Performed by Bette Midler. For Piano Folio. Published by Willis Music Co. (Catalog # 00416748, UPC: 884088164607)

Your students will love playing these early elementary level supplements with fantastic optional teacher accompaniments arranged by Glenda Austin. They complement and enhance the original Teaching Little Fingers to Play method, offering important guides and reminders to reinforce musical concepts. Our Teaching Little Fingers series successfully encourages advancement and also provides delightful recital material! 10 songs, including: The Bare Necessities · Can You Feel the Love Tonight · Kiss the Girl · Mickey Mouse March · Winnie the Pooh · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARE NECESSITIES,THE GILKYSON,TERRY  
CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE TONIGHT T JOHN,E/RICE  
CANDLE ON THE WATER HIRSCHHORN/KASHA  
GOD HELP THE OUTCASTS MIDLER,BETTE MENKEN/SCHWARTZ  
KISS THE GIRL LITTLE TEXAS ASHMAN/MENKEN  
MICKEY MOUSE MARCH DODD,JIMMIE  
MICKEY MOUSE MARCH (ALMA MATER) DODD,JIMMIE  
SIAMESE CAT SONG,THE LEE,PEGGY BURKE/LEE  
WINNIE THE POOH SHERMAN/SHERMAN  
YOU'LL BE IN MY HEART (POP VERSION) COLLINS,PHIL COLLINS,PHIL  
ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH GILBERT/WRUBEL  

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