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World of Warcraft (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Brower/Hayes
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Pop Instrumental Solo Ser
Grade 2-3
Catalog # 36632

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World of Warcraft (Bk/Cd) Composed by Brower/Hayes. For Alto Saxophone. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 36632, UPC: 038081404608)

This instrumental series contains themes from Blizzard Entertainment's fantasy , multiplayer, role-playing, video games and includes 4 pages of art from the World of Warcraft universe. The compatible arrangements are carefully edited for the Level 2-3 player and include an accompaniment CD which features a demo track and play-along track. Titles: Lion?s Pride * The Shaping of the World * Pig and Whistle * Slaughtered Lamb * Invincible * A Call to Arms * Gates of t he Black Temple * Salty Sailor * Wrath of the Lich King * Garden of Life.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CALL TO ARMS,A  
GARDEN OF LIFE  
GATES OF THE BLACK TEMPLE  
INVINCIBLE (FROM WORLD OF WARCRAFT)  
LION'S PRIDE (FROM WORLD OF WARCRAFT)  
PIG AND WHISTLE  
SALTY SAILOR  
SHAPING OF THE WORLD,THE (FROM WORLD OF  
SLAUGHTERED LAMB  
WRATH OF THE LICH KING (MAIN TITLE) (FRO BROWER/HAYES  

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