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Teaching Little Fingers To Play Songbook

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Publisher Willis Music Co
Catalog # 00416813

Price: $22.99

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Product Description

Teaching Little Fingers To Play Songbook For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Willis Music Co. (Catalog # 00416813, UPC: 884088327088)

A wonderful compilation of over 50 of the most popular songs from the Teaching Little Fingers to Play series. Includes original compositions as well as arrangements by Glenda Austin, Eric Baumgartner, Randall Hartsell, Carolyn Miller, Mary Sallee, and Carolyn C. Setliff. Contains optional teacher accompaniments for each piece, plus two CDs of terrific orchestrations by Eric Baumgartner. Pieces include such favorites as: Amazing Grace · America the Beautiful · Aura Lee · Beautiful Dreamer · Country Gardens · A Groovy Tune · Jasmine Flower · A Little Night Music · O Sole Mio · Ode to Joy · Rock-a-My Soul · Silent Night · Stars · and many, many more!

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