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Classic Standards

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Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Herman Hupfeld
Artist Carpenters/Dion/Grif
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series 10 For 10 Sheet Music
Catalog # 00322170

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Classic Standards Composed by Herman Hupfeld. Performed by Carpenters/Dion/Grif. For Vocal Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00322170, UPC: 884088686802)

10 for $10 Sheet Music editions are the smartest, most economical choices for building your music library. Each volume contains 10 top tunes, all profession ally arranged for piano, voice and guitar. Pick up these songbooks and start p laying and singing along today ... for just $10! Songs: As Time Goes By · At L ast · Danny Boy · It Had to Be You · La Vie en Rose · Over the Rainbow · Someo ne to Watch Over Me · Theme from New York, New York · What a Wonderful World · When I Fall in Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AS TIME GOES BY HUPFELD,HERMAN  
AT LAST GORDON/WARREN,H.  
DANNY BOY  
IT HAD TO BE YOU JONES/KAHN  
LA VIE EN ROSE DAVID/GUGLIELMI/PIAF  
OVER THE RAINBOW ARLEN/HARBURG  
SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
THEME FROM NEW YORK NEW YORK EBB/KANDER  
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD THIELE/WEISS  
WHEN I FALL IN LOVE CARPENTERS/DION/GRIF HEYMAN/YOUNG  

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