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First 50 Songs You Should Play on Xylophone: Xylophone

Instrumental Collection | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
A must-have collection of well-known songs, from pop hits and movie themes to jazz tunes and classical melodies, all expertly arranged for early-level xylophone players and presented in progressive order, from simple to more challenging! Songs include: Billie Jean · Chim Chim Cher-ee · Dancing Queen
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Specifications
Publisher Hal Leonard
Instrumentation Xylophone
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Genre Pop & Rock
Year of Publication 2020
ISBN 9781540068903
UPC 888680974244
No. HL00320031
Number of pages 96
Series FIRST 50
Description
A must-have collection of well-known songs, from pop hits and movie themes to jazz tunes and classical melodies, all expertly arranged for early-level xylophone players and presented in progressive order, from simple to more challenging! Songs include: Billie Jean · Chim Chim Cher-ee · Dancing Queen · Fever · Game of Thrones · God Bless America ® · A Hard Day's Night · He's a Pirate · Heart and Soul · Live and Let Die · Misirlou · Mission: Impossible Theme · Nola · The Rainbow Connection · Roar · Rolling in the Deep · Shake It Off · Skating · Star Wars (Main Theme) · Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious · William Tell Overture · and more.
Songlist
  • 1. God Only Knows
  • 2. Heart and Soul
  • 3. The American Patrol
  • 4. Turkey in the Straw
  • 5. When the Saints Go Marching in
  • 6. Camptown Races
  • 7. Can can
  • 8. William Tell Overture
  • 9. He'S A Pirate
  • 10. The Best Is Yet To Come
  • 11. Billie Jean
  • 12. Shake It Off
  • 13. The Irish Washerwoman
  • 14. Buttons And Bows
  • 15. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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