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Young Singer Bk 1, The (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Tenor
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer G F Handel
Arranger Richard D Row
Publisher R D Row Music
Catalog # RB83

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Young Singer Bk 1, The (Bk/Cd) Composed by G F Handel. Arranged by Richard D Row. For Tenor. Published by R D Row Music. (Catalog # RB83, UPC: 798408003791)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CARE SELVE HANDEL, G F  
DREAM, A BARTLETT, J C  
FOR MUSIC FRANZ, ROBERT  
I LOVE THEE (ICH LIEBE DICH) GRIEG, EDWARD  
I'M WEARING AWA' TO THE LAND O' THE LEAL FOOTE, ARTHUR  
JESUS JESUS REST YOUR HEAD AMERICAN FOLK SONG  
LITTLE IRISH GIRL, THE LOHR, HERMAN  
LOVE HAS EYES BISHOP, SIR HENRY  
MORGEN (TOMORROW) STRAUSS, RICHARD  
MY LOVELY CELIA MUNRO, GEORGE  
NEBBIE (MISTS) RESPIGHI, OTTORINO  
NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES, HTE METCALF, JOHN  
NOW SLEEPS THE CRIMSON PETAL QUILTER, ROGER  
ON WINGS OF SONG (AUF FLUGELN DES GESANG MENDELSSOHN, FELIX  
PASSING BY PURCELL, HENRY  
PILGRAM'S SONG TCHAIKOVSKY, PETER  
PLEADING (BITTE) FRANZ, ROBERT  
REQUIEM HOMER, SIDNEY  
ROLLING DOWN TO RIO GERMAN, EDWARD  
SERENADE HAYDN, JOSEPH  
SWAN, A GRIEG, EDWARD  
SYLVELIN SINDING, CHRISTIAN  
THY BEAMING EYES MACDOWELL, EDWARD  
TOUT EST SI BEAU (HOW FAIR THIS SPOT) RACHMANINOFF, SERGEI  
TRUMPETER, THE DIX, J AIRLIE  
WHERE'ER YOU WALK HANDEL, G F  

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