10 tunes by Turlough O’Carolan (1670-1738) arr. Tatiana Donis for non-pedal harp, with notes on the tunes in English & Italian. UT Orpheus,...

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The classic song by Harold Arlen from the 1938 movie "The Wizard of Oz", famously performed by Judy Garland, arranged for voice + piano accompaniment +...

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Over the Rainbow
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Trinity's collection of musical theatre songs for young singers of Grades 4-5 standard, edited by John Gardyne & Luisa Horrocks & arranged for...

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Eponine's poignant solo from Boubil & Schonberg's legendary "Les Misérables" arranged for voice + piano accompaniment with guitar chord symbols: D...

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A souvenir album of vocal selections from Lionel Bart's magnificent musical based on Charles Dicken's Oliver Twist, with a story synopsis, stills...

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Vocal selections from Rodgers & Hammerstein's iconic 1943 show. Set for ABRSM Examinations 2018 onwards Singing Grade 4 (List C:...

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The greatest ever collection of action songs for children: every primary school should have one! The collection is in the familiar A&C Black...

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Gwyn Arch's arrangement of the traditional Christmas spiritual " Oh Mary, Where is your Baby?" for TB (2-part male voices) + piano accompaniment....

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Songs, ballads & parodies of WW1, 1914-18, arranged for voice + piano (some with guitar chord indications - the original publications are used),...

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Francis O'Neill (1848 - 1936) is the most famous and influential collector of Irish traditional music, and "The Dance Music of Ireland", better known as "O'Neills 1001", is the single most popular collection of Irish Dance music ever printed. First published in 1907, it has never been surpassed as the standard reference for traditional musicians. Indeed, it has circulated so widely over the years that it has become known as "The Book" - a virtual bible for all those who love Irish traditional music.

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Nyman - Piano, The
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A collection of the beautiful piano music from this award winning film.

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Favourite songs by Welsh theatre composer Ivor Novello (1893-1951), born David Ivor Davies in Cardiff, who became 'King of the West End' as actor...

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