100 Years of Popular Music 1940s vol. 2
Artikelnummer: 0571533469
295,00 kr
Sättning: Voice, Piano and Guitar (chords only)

Övrig information:
100 Years of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1940s arranged for piano, voice and guitar, providing a fascinating insight into the music of the era. A listing of new inventions first seen during the 1940s is also included.


A String Of PearlsA Sunday Kind Of LoveAc-cent-tchu-ate The PositiveAnother Openin’, Another ShowAnything You Can DoBe A ClownBeyond The Sea (La Mer)Bless ‘Em AllBlues In The NightThe Boy Next DoorBusy Doin’ NothingButtons And BowsChattanooga Choo ChooChoo Choo Ch’boogieClopin ClopantCome Rain Or Come ShineDay By DayDear Hearts And Gentle PeopleDo Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me **Trinity Guildhall selected piece: Singing syllabus 2010-2012Don’t Sit Under The Apple TreeElmer’s TuneHarlem NocturneI Couldn’t Sleep A Wink Last NightI Got A Gal In KalamazooI Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good)I Had The Craziest DreamIf I Should Fall In Love AgainI’m Beginning To See The LightI’m Going To Get Lit-Up (When The Lights Go-Up In London)I’m Going To See You TodayIt Can’t Be WrongIt Could Happen To YouIt’s A Great Day For The IrishIt’s A Pity To Say GoodnightIt’s Been A Long, Long TimeIt’s MagicJava JiveJust A-Sittin’ And A-Rockin’Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)London PrideMademoiselle De ParisMoonlight In VermontNancy (With The Laughing Face)Nature BoyOh! What It Seemed To BeOld Devil MoonOn Green Dolphin StreetOn The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa FeOne For My Baby (And One More For The Road)Pedro The FishermanPennsylvania 6-5000‘Round MidnightRoute 66SkylarkSkylinerSomeone Rockin’ My Dream BoatSpeak LowStella By StarnightSteppin’ Out With My BabySunday, Monday Or AlwaysSwinging On A StarTake The ‘A’ TrainThe Things We Did Last SummerThere Must Be A WayTico-Tico (Tico-Tico No Fuba)To Each His OwnToo Darn HotTwilight TimeWhen April SingsYou Don’t Have To Tell Me (I Know)You Make Me Feel So YoungYou Stepped Out Of A DreamYou’re Breaking My Heart