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What's Up at the Symphony? (Bugs Bunny's Greatest Hits) - This Is It / William Tell Ov. / Barber of Seville & more (Score and Parts)

Arr. Jerry Brubaker
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$99.00
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Description:

Bugs and Porky invite you to take part in this classical cartoon medley. All the greats are here: "This Is It," "William Tell," "Barber of Seville," "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down," Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody," Brahms' "Hungarian Dance," and "Ride of the Valkeries." What's Up at the Symphony? includes every cartoon mood and effect you could expect. You've got to get up pretty early on Saturday morning to hear a medley better than this! (4:31)

Song List:

  • Barber Of Seville (From "Back Alley Oproar")
  • Hungarian Dance No. 5
  • Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
  • Merrily We Roll Along
  • Ride Of The Valkyries
  • The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
  • This Is It!
  • William Tell Overture

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Additional Information:

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-FOM05003
Northwest Product Number: 104-2302-00-002

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