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Wes Montgomery

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Wes Montgomery
Arranger Fred Sokolow
Artist Wes Montgomery
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Transcribed Score
Catalog # 00675536

Price: $17.95

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Product Description

Wes Montgomery Composed by Wes Montgomery. Arranged by Fred Sokolow. Performed by Wes Montgomery. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00675536, UPC: 073999755367)

15 of his best songs and a special section with insight into Wes' playing concepts and techniques.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGEL MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
BOSS CITY MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
BUMPIN' MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
BUMPIN' ON SUNSET MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
FAR WES MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
FOUR ON SIX MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY,JOHN L.  
GOIN' ON TO DETROIT MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
MOVIN' WES PART I MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
MOVIN' WES PART II MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
MR. WALKER MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
NAPTOWN BLUES MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
ROAD SONG MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY RUBENSTEIN/ORTEGA/MO  
SERENE MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
TEAR IT DOWN MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY  
WEST COAST BLUES MONTGOMERY,WES MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY,WES  

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