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Top Hits Solo Book Lev 3
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Top Hits Solo Book Lev 3

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Alfred's Basic Piano
Artist Bobby Day
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 16498

Price: $8.99

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Top Hits Solo Book Lev 3 Composed by Alfred's Basic Piano. Performed by Bobby Day. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 16498, UPC: 038081176352)

Alfred's Top Hits series has overwhelmingly been accepted by students and teachers. This series combines just the right combination of hits from Broadway, Hollywood, television and recordings! As you might expect from Alfred, this series offers a rare combination of great music arranged with care and creativity. Your beginning and intermediate students can savor the excitement of playing pop music and reap the benefits from making practicing more fun and rewarding.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COLORS OF THE WIND MENKEN/SCHWARTZ C  
CRUELLA DE VIL LEVEN,MEL C  
HEART AND SOUL F  
I JUST CAN'T WAIT TO BE KING JOHN,E/RICE G  
MEMORY C  
MY HEART WILL GO ON (LOVE THEME FROM TIT DION,CELINE F  
NADIA'S THEME DEVORZON/BOTKIN JR DEVORZON/BOTKIN JR C  
ROCKIN' ROBIN DAY,BOBBY THOMAS,J C  
SOUND OF MUSIC,THE HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS F  
UNBIRTHDAY SONG,THE DAVID/HOFFMAN/LIVING C  
WHOLE NEW WORLD,A C  
WHOLE NEW WORLD,A (ALADDIN'S THEME) MENKEN/RICE C  

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