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More Up-grade! Piano Grades 0-1~ Instrumental Album (Piano)

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Following the runaway success of Up-Grade!, Pam Wedgwood has provided more original repertoire for those pianists looking for something to bridge the gap between grades. More Up-Grade! is guaranteed to breathe new life into your piano playing, the varied pieces in this bright collection range from toe-tappin' jazzy numbers to more classical styles, all designed to ease you gently on towards the next grade.

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The Clash Songbook~ Artist Songbook (Melody Line, Lyrics & Chords, Guitar)

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Originally published in 1978, this supremely popular songbook has been re-launched due to overwhelming public demand! Get your copy now and enjoy 20 of your favourite songs by The Clash.

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The Clash: The Singles~ Album Songbook (Piano, Vocal & Guitar)
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Rolling Stone ranked the Clash number 30 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists Of All Time, and declared London Calling the best album of the 1980s.


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