100 Years of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1920s arranged for piano,...

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100 Years of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1960s...

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Celebrating 100 years of song, the 2nd volume of songs from the 1930s for voice, piano (& guitar in most cases)....

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22 fiddle tunes from the golden age of sail, featuring dance tunes, shanties (work songs), recreational ‘forebitters’ and composed melodies which give...

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Vocal selections from Disney's 1991 musical based on the 1946 French film, arranged for voice + piano accompaniment with guitar chord boxes. Music by...

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Sing Nowell
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This wonderfully illustrated book intended for school / young church use contains 34 of the best loved Christmas carols arranged by Timothy Roberts...

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This wonderfully illustrated book contains 20 great non-religious Christmas songs arranged for school use by A.C. Black, 2007, ed. Jane Sebba. The...

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A great collection of 18 classic guitar solos accurately transcribed for guitar tab & in standard notation, + lyrics & chord indications. The 2...

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Michael Rosen's favourite silly songs - with acrobatic actions, rappy rhymes and an orchestra of annoying noises. The songs are excellent for improving...

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A series of 12 authentic collections presented in their original keys by voice type for voice + piano accompaniment, with songs from many of the best...

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Rocketman - PVG
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22 songs from the soundtrack matching the hit biopic of 2019 chronicling the life and career of Sir Elton John, & starring Aberystwyth's own Taron...

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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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